Commercial Grease Traps & Sand and Oil Interceptors
Grease traps and sand and oil interceptors help you dispose of waste responsibly without clogging up municipal drainage and sewage systems. Both mechanisms work to trap grease, sand, oil, and other problematic substances before they can enter pipes and communal drainage systems.
At JL Phelps & Associates Plumbing And Mechanical, LLC, we’re experts in the field of commercial-grade grease traps and sand and oil interceptors for all kinds of applications. If you have questions about installing these essential components or need someone to repair or replace your existing trap or interceptor, give our team a call.
Book your grease trap or sand and oil interceptor appointment with us today! You can reach us at (512) 352-0220 to get started.
We Offer Grease Trap Installation and Replacement in Austin, TX
If you do decide that a grease trap is necessary in your home, make sure that you schedule your grease trap installation in Austin, TX with a qualified plumber. The drainage system in your home is incredibly important both to your daily routines and to the hygienic condition of your kitchen. Only a professional installation can ensure that your grease trap operates properly. If you have an old grease trap that is beyond repair, our grease trap replacement technicians can find a new one that fits your needs perfectly. Let us help keep grease out of your drains.
Grease Traps, Sand/Oil Interceptors for Your Business
Improperly disposing of grease, oil, and sand in your municipality’s water system can affect your business in many ways. If grease builds up in your drain, it can have consequences for your floor drains, restrooms, and sinks. These buildups can potentially expose people in your establishment to untreated sewage and bring your operations to a complete standstill if it gets bad enough.
Having the right grease trap or oil and sand interceptor for your business’s specific waste disposal needs is the only way to defend yourself from any of the mentioned unfortunate circumstances. We’ll assess your current grease or sand/oil disposal methods and see if your system is working as it should. If not, we’ll make recommendations about what to do and provide you with a quote on an installation, repair, or replacement.
There are actions you can take to prevent any pipe or drain damage caused by grease, sand, or oil. The first step is installing a trap or interceptor, but once we’re finished with the installation, we’ll tell you all you need to know about disposing of these materials properly.
We Offer Grease Trap Repair and Maintenance in Austin, TX
Like any other component in your plumbing system, it is possible that your grease trap will require professional repair service at some point. If your grease trap is damaged in any way, the condition of your drains are put at risk and you will probably notice a foul odor in your home. Obviously, grease trap repair in Austin, TX is a service you want completed as soon as possible.
We recommend that you check your grease trap every day. It’s the best way to make sure that everything’s functioning correctly, and it allows you to spot problems early on. Your eyes and nose are the best way to tell if something’s wrong, as any problematic build-up should be visually evident or cause an unpleasant odor. Many commercial grease traps are primarily underground and hard to see, so this undesirable smell is the best way to know it’s time to call us in to take a look.
Do You Need a Grease Interceptor?
Although most substances that go down our drains easily break down and do not create any problems, heavy amounts of grease, oil, or fat can eventually be an issue. These materials can stick to the inside of your pipes once they begin to cool down, which can quickly lead to headaches if not properly dealt with. This is especially true with buildings used in the foodservice industry that deal with excess amounts of grease.
With our grease trap services, you can avoid:
- Sewage backups
- Vermin contact with disease-causing microbes
- Damage to your plumbing system
- Interruptions to your business by public health officials
How Do Grease Traps Work?
Grease traps operate on the principle that fats, oils, and greases are lighter than water and therefore rise to the top. Our interceptors use filters and a series of baffles to trap these unwanted substances before they can enter your plumbing system and clog. With regular grease trap cleaning, your filters won’t become too full, and you can effectively eliminate grease in your wastewater.
Consult with Our Experts on Your Grease Trap
If you know that you want to install a grease interceptor for your property but want to make sure you make the right choice, we are here to help. Our experts will take the size of your property and wastewater expectations into account and help you with grease trap sizing. With our professional input, you can feel confident that your unit will be able to handle everything that comes at it.
Rest assured that having our team assess your property will result in installing the right waste treatment aids. Perhaps you have a grease trap, but it’s not working well. It may be the wrong size or installed incorrectly. An issue of this kind might be a significant annoyance, but it’s better to deal with it earlier rather than too late. We’ll take a look and see what the problem is before offering you the best solutions.
Professional Grease Trap Installation
Our knowledgeable team of plumbers is fully certified to provide new grease traps and sand and oil interceptors. When we are the team behind your installation, you can feel confident in our ability to provide you with a valuable investment in your property. We promise to carefully assess the space we are working with and use high-quality equipment to ensure the best possible performance.
We pride ourselves on our ability to provide our clients with speedy grease trap and sand/oil interceptor installations. We’ll work hard to ensure the whole process is easy for you. We’ll complete a safe excavation if we’re installing a new component and ensure all the measurements are correct before hooking it up and burying it back underground.
Experienced Grease Trap Plumbers
With many successful jobs under our belts and a history of client satisfaction, we are an easy choice if you need a new grease trap. We have been serving the local area for many years now and continually put our full effort into every job that we take. Ask any of our former customers, and they are guaranteed to attest to the benefit of our certified plumbers.
Straightforward Estimates on Grease Trap Services
If you are in the market for a new grease interceptor, we make it easy to weigh out your options. All you need to do is reach out to our staff with some details, and we will gladly provide you with an honest outlook on the expected costs.
Speak with a Qualified Plumber Today
If you have any questions or concerns about our grease trap services, we invite you to get in touch with our friendly and professional company. Our fully licensed plumbers will gladly provide you with all the details and help you find a convenient time for us to come to your property. Reach us at (512) 352-0220 to get started.