What To Know About Cleaning The Grease Trap In Your New Restaurant

Posted on: 2 December 2016

If you're planning to open your own restaurant, you'll have to become familiar with how a grease trap works. A grease trap is a big metal box that is somewhat similar to a septic tank. The water from your kitchen drains flows into the box, where the food particles and grease accumulate while the water flows on through the drain. The box has to be serviced regularly to keep it operational, and if it gets clogged or backs up, your restaurant will be filled with foul odors.
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New Home Come With A Septic System? 3 Steps To Avoid Problems

Posted on: 30 November 2016

If you're in the process of buying a home with a septic system, and you've never used one before, there are some things you should know. First, literally all the solid waste that flows from your home will be stored inside your septic tanks. Second, without proper care, that solid waste can back up into your home. Finally, there are some things you should avoid when you have a septic system.
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Family Coming Home for the Holidays? 4 Tips to Help You Avoid Septic Problems

Posted on: 30 November 2016

The holiday season has begun. It's time to start having company over for get-togethers. If you're going to be hosting large gatherings or having extended family staying with you during the holidays, it's time to get your septic system prepared. During the holidays, your septic system will take a lot of abuse, especially if it's being overused. Unfortunately, septic problems can lead to plumbing emergencies, such as sewage backups and stubborn clogs.
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Performing A Video Inspection Of Your Toilet Stack: Why Your Plumber Would Do This

Posted on: 30 November 2016

Sometimes a plumber can do all he/she can and your toilet still does not seem to be flushing properly. When that's the case, your plumber may perform a video inspection of your toilet's inner workings along the trap and down through the toilet stack. If he/she has a long enough scope, then the plumber may send the scope and video camera down into the underground sewer pipe too. Here are some reasons why your plumber would opt to do this when nothing else seems to work on your toilet.
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