South Florida Grease Trap Repairs & Installation
South Florida grease traps are devices that are built into your plumbing system that keep grease, fat, oil, wax or other debris from making it's way into the sewer system. These types of substances can cause blockages in the system, which cause backups and overflows. This is why grease traps are required in commercial establishments such as restauraunts.
South Florida grease traps are designed to separate grease from wastewater so that it can be removed before it enters the sewer system. All restaurants, caterers, school cafeterias and other commercial cooking facilities must, by law, avoid discharging grease into the municipal sewer system. In order to function properly grease traps must be pumped and cleaned on a regularly scheduled basis.
Our South Florida Grease Trap Repairs & Installation Offers These Detailed Services
- Grease Trap Installation & Repair
- Grease Trap Installation
- Grease Trap Cleaning
- Grease Trap Service
- Septic Maintenance
- Cleaning Grease Traps
- Grease Trap Cleaners
- Grease Trap Pumping
- Grease Trap Maintenance
- Grease Trap
- Grease Trap Cleaner
- Septic Installation
We Provide Grease Trap Repairs & Installation In The Following Areas:
Broward County - Parkland, FL | Coconut Creek, FL | Deerfield Beach, FL | Coral Springs, FL | Margate, FL | Pompano Beach, FL | Lighthouse Point, FL | Hillsboro Beach, FL | Tamarac, FL | North Lauderdale, FL | Lauderdale|by|the|Sea, FL | Village of Sea Ranch Lakes, FL | Oakland Park, FL | Wilton Manors, FL | Village of Lazy Lake, FL | Fort Lauderdale, FL | Lauderdale Lakes, FL | Lauderhill, FL | Sunrise, FL | Plantation, FL | Weston, FL | Davie, FL | Dania Beach, FL | Hollywood, FL | Southwest Ranches, FL | Cooper City, FL | Pembroke Pines, FL | West Park, FL | Pembroke Park, FL | Hallandale Beach, FL
Why South Florida Should Hire Us For Their Grease Trap Repairs & Installation
One of the many benefits of these traps is that they can actually cut down on pollution. Large underground units can be pumped out and their contents can be recycled. (Smaller units will just need to be emptied into the trash.) Having a grease interceptor in place can reduce the amount of pollution that gets back into the lakes and rivers. If the water in your cities is all reused, it can make the job for the guys at the water treatment plant a little easier.
South Florida Grease traps can come in all different types of shapes and sizes. Sometime a grease trap can process on 4 to 8 gallons per minutes and sometime they can process 50 to 100 gallons per minute. Smaller units sell for around $150 to $200. Lager units can sell for more then $1000s. The largest traps today are probably found in shopping malls or food manufacturing facilities