Have you heard the Benjamin Franklin saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?” At Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning Corp., we have to agree. We’ve seen it time and again, that preventative maintenance on grease traps helps keep your commercial kitchen running smoothly. Here are the benefits of scheduling preventative maintenance on your commercial grease trap.

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No Service Interruptions

It’s much easier to keep a clean kitchen rather than have service interruptions from a backed-up trap. When you plan ahead by scheduling preventative maintenance, you’re setting yourself up for success. Whether you’re in a restaurant, food processing plant, school, or hospital, we have experience helping in all types of spaces, 

Save Money and Time

Grease traps are designed to prevent grease, fats, and oils from entering the sewer system. This can cause clogs and backups that can be costly to repair. Regular cleaning and maintenance help prevent these issues and save you both time and money.

Your customers come to you for business for a reason. You rely on a smooth-functioning kitchen to serve them well. When you need to stop service to do emergency grease trap cleaning, not only are your service and schedule impacted, but your customers’ schedules as well. You don’t have time for that, and neither do the people you serve. 

Health and Safety Compliance

We have been doing this work since 1991, so we know the laws that are in place to make sure commercial kitchens are following health and safety guidelines. According to the Indiana State Department of Health, grease traps must be cleaned and maintained regularly to prevent the accumulation of grease, fats, and oils that can cause clogs, foul odors, and health hazards. 

To schedule preventative maintenance for the grease trap in your Indianapolis commercial kitchen, contact Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning Corp. at (317) 269-0000 and request service. You’ll be glad you followed Benjamin Franklin’s advice.