Hospital cafeterias throughout Indiana are in a particularly difficult position these days. Patients and staff are reliant upon cafeterias for daily nutrition, but social distancing and new CDC guidelines make food production and delivery more difficult than ever. With so much added stress, it is easy to forget about proper waste management and disposal. But don’t add clogged drains and overflowing grease traps to your list of woes; instead, schedule routine maintenance with Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning Corp. today.
While much of the world is working from home, food processing plants are operating at full capacity. The demand for shelf-stable foods and packaged meats has risen dramatically over the last month. As such, proper drain cleaning is of the utmost importance for food processing facilities seeking to meet demand. Don’t let clogged drains or overflowing grease traps slow down your production line; instead, contact Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning Corp. to schedule maintenance today.
Even the most thorough of commercial kitchens ends up with a clogged drain from time to time. If you find yourself with a tough clog, Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning Corp. is here to help. We offer hydro jetting services for pipes and grease traps that need an extra boost. Our services will quickly remedy the clog and prevent blockages from forming in the future.
This time of year brings both a sense of nostalgia and a sense of hope. As you make your New Year’s resolutions, make sure to include routine grease trap and drain cleaning services to your plans. At Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning Corp., we have seen the difference that routine maintenance has made for our customers throughout Indiana. This year, invest in peace of mind and free-flowing drains; you won’t regret it.
As a business owner, it is important to be proactive in preventing and solving problems. One way you can do so is by hiring Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning Corp. for all of your plumbing needs. We provide plumbing services to commercial kitchens and food processing plants in Indianapolis and throughout Indiana.