Butter Plumbing Blog : Posts Tagged ‘grease traps’

Restaurants Need Grease Trap Service

Monday, July 24th, 2017 by Butter Plumbing

grease-trap-serviceLas Vegas is a tourist economy, and that means that many businesses in the area are restaurants or similar food service preparation industries. In most cases, the plumbing system in such businesses requires grease traps to fully function. They’re reasonably simple in concept, but can be tricky to install and require periodic cleaning and servicing to do their jobs. A good plumbing service can take care of the issue for you and keep you focused on more pressing aspects of keeping your commercial enterprise running. (more…)

We Provide Grease Trap Service

Monday, September 5th, 2016 by Butter Plumbing

Most people think of plumbers as the folks who can handle pipe leaks, broken water heaters and the like. But Summerlin, NV has a lot of restaurants, and in addition to standard commercial plumbing services, they also require quality grease trap services as well. A grease trap is integral to the successful functioning of your kitchen, and a reliable service can be worth its weight in gold.  (more…)

Get the Grease Traps in Your Restaurant Serviced

Monday, April 25th, 2016 by Butter Plumbing

The term is FOG, which stands for Fats, Oils and Grease. If you work in the plumbing business, you know exactly how much trouble they can be: poured down the drain in hot liquid form, only to cool and solidify in the pipes and create a bad clog. In residential homes, we recommend that people never pour such materials down the drain, but rather put them in a coffee can until they cool, then throw them in the trash. Restaurants, however, rarely have that luxury due to the sheer volume of food they produce as part of their business. And here in Henderson, NV, restaurants are one of the staples of our economy. (more…)

Signs Your Grease Trap Needs Cleaning

Monday, May 4th, 2015 by Butter Plumbing

If you are in the food service industry, then at least one of your sinks has a grease trap. Grease traps are critical to the good operation of your kitchen as they help sort food waste, separating the liquid waste from the solid waste, including FOG (fats, oils and grease). Because of the way a grease trap works, it is imperative to have your grease trap cleaned every 60 to 90 days by trained experts, like the ones at Butter Plumbing. Grease traps are one of those components that don’t let you forget to clean them as they have some very clear signs that they are full. What are those signs? Let’s take a look: (more…)