Everything You Need to Know About Grease Trap Installation

Septic Services LakelandPosted bySeptic Services LakelandAugust 20th, 2021

Everything You Need to Know About Grease Trap InstallationGrease traps are great for both your home and commercial kitchens. If you have scheduled a grease trap installation, you may have some questions regarding what the installation process entails and how it works. To help guide you, here’s everything you need to know about a grease trap installation.

• What Is It? – The purpose of a grease trap is to have a place where hot grease can cool, and the water and grease can separate. This makes it easier for the water to drain and makes grease clean-out simple. For installation, your installer first determines where they can install the grease trap and then connect the trap making decisions based on the kind of trap and where the trap is located.

• How to Prepare – To prepare for your grease trap installation, make sure that the area is cleared and there are no objects or people in the way. Additionally, your water may need to be temporarily shut off during the time of installation.

• Benefits – Wondering if it’s worth it to invest in a grease trap? Here are some benefits to look forward to:

  • • Saves Money – Having a grease trap will reduce the number of repairs that would otherwise be caused by grease.
  • • Good for The Environment – Did you know that grease is a form of pollution? Cooking with grease releases oils and grease into rivers and streams.
  • • Convenient – A grease trap makes disposing of your grease easy by simply cleaning your grease trap periodically.

We hope this information has given you the basics of a grease trap installation, how to prepare, benefits, and more.  If you have any questions regarding a grease trap installation, and the services we provide, contact us today at Southeastern Septic LLC.

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