Sweetwater Plumbing Blog: Archive for the ‘Commercial Plumbing’ Category

How Does a Commercial Grease Trap Work?

Monday, February 11th, 2019

The commercial grease trap (aka grease interceptor) is a basic part of the plumbing and sanitary system of mossewer-manhole-covert restaurants and food service establishments. In order for an establishment to remain up to code, it must have a properly installed and working grease trap that receives regular maintenance to clean it out. And these jobs have to be done by a professional commercial plumber.

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Considerations for a Commercial Water Heater

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

There are few businesses that won’t rely on hot water in some fashion. It might be simply for the taps in the employee bathroom. Or it could be one of the essential parts of running a food service company. If you are a business owner in Southern California, it’s likely that you’ll need a water heater. If you are currently in the market for a commercial water heater, either as a replacement unit for your old water heater or as the first installation for a new business, you must turn to experienced commercial plumbers to handle all the work, from selecting the new system to the final tests before it starts working.

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Answering Some Common Questions about Commercial Grease Traps

Monday, January 30th, 2017

commercial-pipe-connectionThere are many important plumbing jobs that our licensed and trained plumbers tackle for our commercial clients. One of them is working with commercial grease traps in Fullerton, CA and other parts of Southern California.

We often receive questions regarding grease traps and if/why they are necessary. We’ll answer a few of the more common queries below. If you have other questions, our helpful staff is always ready to provide answers and schedule the service your business needs.

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