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Septic and Grease Trap Pumping Print

Did you know that you should have your septic pumped every 3-5 years? Septic systems have changed over the past 20 to 30 years. With the advancements in water softening, antibacterial soaps and ultra concentrated detergents, it is hard to maintain the same echo-friendly environment in your septic system needed to promote bacterial growth. Failure to perform maintenance on your tank can lead to clogs and possible field saturation. Field line replacement is costly and can be avoided with a call to set up an appointment to have your tank pumped today.

 

Grease traps should be pumped yearly, quarterly or even monthly according to size and usage. Grease traps are designed to trap the build ups of FOG (fats, oils and grease). The trap acts as a filter which may become clogged or ineffective if left unattended for too long. A neglected grease trap can spill grease and build up into other lines. For restaurants, this can lead to possible shut down and loss of customers. If you feel the same for your customers as we feel about ours, you wouldn't want to leave your grease trap unattended. Call for an appointment today.

 

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