Doug Turner Plumbing CO. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Commercial Plumbing’

Understanding the Importance of Grease Trap Services

Monday, December 18th, 2017

Grease trap, pluming device used to intercept greases and solids in Water Treatment System from Household Hazardous.There is a lot that your restaurant’s plumbing system shares with a residential kitchen. But that doesn’t mean that your commercial plumbing system isn’t exposed to some risks that don’t necessarily impact your home. When you have a restaurant, your Bellaire, TX commercial plumbing system is constantly at risk due to its exposure to problems caused by fats, oils, and grease, otherwise known as FOG. Since your commercial kitchen works at sigh a high volume, FOG can be a pretty serious threat.

This is why it’s vital that you have a functioning grease trap system in place, and that you have it serviced as needed. Commercial grease traps are vital to not only preventing clogged drains and clogged sewer lines on and around your property, but also for the municipal plumbing system. Whatever commercial grease trap services you may need, you can count on our plumbers to do the job right.

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Why Choose Hydro-Jetting for Your Commercial Drain Cleaning?

Monday, August 28th, 2017

commercial buildingWhether you run a business or own a commercial property and manage tenants, you have a lot to manage. Likely, your Bellaire, TX commercial plumbing is the last thing on your mind. Properly maintaining that plumbing system is not easy, and not something that the average person can handle. However, your commercial building’s drain and sewer system is vital to the operation of the property, and since it’s mostly hidden from view problems can develop without you even realizing it—that is, until these problems begin to impact the plumbing system’s operation.

Fortunately though, scheduling one simple service on a routine basis is often enough to keep your commercial building’s drains in top shape. Keep reading to learn more about the advantages of this service—commercial hydro-jetting.

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