Lift Stations: By regularly maintaining lift stations you can minimize costs and increase the life of your pumping station equipment. Given a lift stations function is to maintain clean water lines and prevent back flow of sewage, it is vital that lift stations be properly installed, routinely tested and maintained and repaired at the first sign of an issue. At Drain King, our technicians are trained and licensed to install, repair and test commercial lift station equipment, give us a call today to learn more.
Grease Traps: Every commercial kitchen has one or more grease traps. The grease, fats and oils left behind from cooking need to be removed in a manner that ensures a clean, safe and healthy environment. At Drain King, we pump and clean interior kitchen grease traps and exterior grease tanks that will keep your business clean and safe but will also keep the equipment running more efficiently.
Inflammable Waste Traps: Inflammable waste traps may be installed above or below ground. While tanks should be constructed of a leak-proof material, it is important to have them regularly inspected to make sure the waste is fully contained. At Drain King, we can manually measure your liquid levels on a monthly basis to gauge the rate of fill in your waste trap and if needed clean and unclog this for you on a routine basis. Inflammable waste traps that are not cleaned regularly may allow oils and other chemicals to leak into a septic or sewer system, contaminating waste water and causing costly cleanup and disposal.
Residential Pumping Septic Tanks: Few home or business owners ever get to see their septic tank in operation, that is until something goes wrong. As the main waste storage in your house or business the septic tank stores waste from appliances, washing machines, sinks and toilets that all depend on the septic system to function properly and process waste to outside our home or business. At Drain King, we offer emergency service for septic tank pumping where a trained technician will carefully open up your system and pump out all the refuse, clean and inspect the tank, conduct a flow check and properly reseal the septic tank system to its original hidden state.