Tuesday, July 18, 2017

How to Prevent a Plumbing Emergency

You try to do everything you can to make your business successful. Sometimes that means working late hours or firing bad employees. Hopefully, it doesn’t involve enduring and paying for plumbing emergencies. We know how much valuable time and money can be lost when having to repair drain line and septic issues. To make sure you’re staying on top of plumbing maintenance, we recommend you schedule the following services to minimize your chances of a disastrous plumbing emergency.

Grease Trap
Whether you have an indoor or outdoor grease trap, it needs to be serviced on a regular basis. This means a professional technician must disassemble it and clean all the parts to keep your wastewater flowing as it should 365 days a year. Make sure you aren’t using a company who will cut corners and just skim grease off the top. Use a thorough company like Kaiser-Battistone who employs a 14-point inspection process when servicing grease traps.

Drain Lines
You may not have slow drains at this very moment, but that doesn’t mean food and debris aren’t collecting in your pipes. Regular drain cleaning is important for businesses because clogs can form at the worst possible times, and you don’t want to be stuck with clogged sinks during a busy lunch period. When you are suffering obstructions, Kaiser-Battistone can snake drains or make pipe repairs quickly. However, periodic jetting is a good idea as a preventative measure, and you should always practice good drain hygiene even when everything is flowing well. This includes using strainers, throwing food scraps in the trash and being mindful of what is flushed down toilets.

Hot Water Heaters
A dysfunctional water heater is not only annoying, but it can be dangerous. Have your water heater inspected and tuned up annually and allow that same company to make repairs if necessary. The technicians will already be familiar with your unit, making the process quicker and easier.

We Can Do All Three
We pride ourselves on our ability to be a one-stop shop for all your wastewater needs. We also do our best to simplify things for business owners so they can focus on their bottom line. We can keep track of service dates, so you don’t have to remember anything, and we offer a customer portal so you can organize all your service documents online.  If you’d like to get your business started on a healthy maintenance program, Contact Us or Request Service Now.

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