DATE POSTED: March 18, 2020
Are you starting to have an issue in your business that may be connected to your drains? Is there a foul smell? Is water backing up? Are you finding filth flies appearing and growing in number? There are many ways dirty drains can create problems for your business. No matter what business you're in, it is wise to take measures to keep your drains clean. Here are a few things you should know.
DATE POSTED: August 27, 2018
When you own a business, one of the last things you worry about is your drains! That is, until you have a nasty pest infestation and suddenly your drains become a real emergency!
DATE POSTED: February 9, 2018
Have you ever noticed that personally cleaning your drains just isn’t doing the trick? Do they still smell badly? Is the build up so bad that DIY solutions only work temporarily? If you are a business owner, you know that sanitation is a very important issue for commercial facilities. Drains that are clogged, emit a foul smell, or look dirty are a sign of bad sanitation and can reflect…
DATE POSTED: January 16, 2018
Let’s face it, dirty drains are not something you like to think about every day. But, flies are naturally drawn to the decay and fermentation that can exist in commercial sinks and floor drains, and that is a reality that exists especially in food service facilities. The sink drains provide a variety of flies and larvae a good source of food that they can survive on. This food source…
DATE POSTED: June 30, 2017
A typical day in most commercial kitchens can see orders for hundreds of different meals for hungry patrons. The staff in all types of restaurants from the local diner to a 5 Star local favorite spot go about their day prepping and cooking each meal made to order the same way. Over the course of the day that can create a lot of messes that have to be cleaned up. At the end of their shift, you can…
DATE POSTED: January 24, 2017
The plumbing in your restaurant is critical to your business operations. Over time, organic waste and mineral deposits can accumulate inside your pipes, causing water flow to decrease. This moist area full of grease and fats and whatever else finds its way into your plumbing is the ideal breeding ground for insects and commercial pests and causes sanitation problems for your business. Professional…