Grease Trap Installation

Keep Your Commercial Kitchen Running Smoothly with Our Expert Grease Trap Installation Services

Grease Trap Installation

Grease traps are an essential component of any commercial kitchen, responsible for capturing and treating fats, oils, and grease before they enter the sewer system. Proper installation and maintenance is crucial to ensure the efficiency and longevity of your grease trap. Our team of septic professionals provides comprehensive grease trap installation services, ensuring your system is installed correctly the first time. Call Flamingo today to learn more about our services and how we can help keep your commercial kitchen running smoothly.

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Testimonials

Our customers love us!

Buying Jax Homes LLC
Flamingo Septic Services Customer in Jacksonville, FL

Great Experience!

Rob Morris
Plumbing Customer in St. Augustine, FL

I called Flamingo with an emergency toilet situation while traveling in my RV. I had no experience with them prior and nowhere else to turn for help. They did an excellent job of accommodating my situation and quickly resolving the matter for me. The team was quick, professional and efficient. Would use them again if I were in the St. Augustine area. Highly recommended.

Theresa Weisgerber
Flamingo Septic Services Customer in Jacksonville, FL

The guys who came out were polite and efficient. They game a time to be at my house and were there on time. My repair was done well.

Septic FAQs

You have Septic questions? We've got answers!

What should I avoid flushing down the toilet?

You should avoid flushing anything that is not biodegradable, such as hygiene products, sanitary wipes, cigarette butts, grease, and chemicals. These can clog your pipes and harm the bacteria in your septic tank that are responsible for breaking down the waste.

Can I plant trees near my septic system?

It is not recommended to plant trees near your septic system as their roots can damage the pipes and tank. It is best to keep a minimum distance of at least 10 feet between the septic system and any trees or large shrubs.

How often should a septic tank be pumped?

It is recommended that a septic tank should be pumped every 3 to 5 years, depending on the size of the tank and the number of people using it. Regular pumping helps to prevent solids from building up and clogging the drain field.

What is a septic system?

A septic system is a self-contained waste management system that is typically used in rural or suburban areas where a centralized sewage treatment plant is not available. It consists of a septic tank and a drain field that are buried underground.

Need financing for Grease Trap Installation? Check out our simple plans.

Get the comfort you deserve without breaking the bank. We offer flexible financing options to make it easy to fund your plumbing, septic, or electrical repair projects. From major credit cards to personal checks, we accept it all. Upgrade your home or business with ease and start enjoying maximum comfort today.

Only the Best From Flamingo Home Solutions

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Always On Time

Our technicians always arrive on time, ready to provide top-notch service. Plus, with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, you can trust us to get the job done right, every time.

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Same Day Service

Say goodbye to waiting and hello to same-day service. No matter the make or model, our team is ready to help. Get your home or business back to top shape in no time.

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Parts and Labor Warranty

Worry-free service is just a call away! Our Parts and Labor Warranty includes $0 repair fees for a full year, so you can have peace of mind knowing your home is in good hands.

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Emergency Services Available 24/7

Never be left in the dark. Our technicians are available 24/7 and committed to providing the best service possible. Trust us to keep your home or business comfortable and safe, no matter the time.

Looking for a Grease Trap Installation maintenance plan?

Keep your home's systems running smoothly with routine tune-ups! Neglecting regular servicing can lead to energy waste and frequent breakdowns.