Are you looking for professional grease trap cleaning in Winston Salem? Greasecycle® is a North Carolina based grease trap cleaning company. From recurring routine cleanings to one-time appointments, our grease interceptor cleaning services are customized to meet your needs.
If you want quick, efficient, convenient and cost-effective services, you are at the right place. The importance of regular grease trap cleaning in commercial properties cannot be discounted.
Greasecycle® provides tailor-made grease trap cleaning services that ensure your business doesn't suffer from drain backups and spills. If you hire us, we’ll schedule a routine cleaning and inspection of your grease traps. This will not only protect your business and the environment, it will reduce your liabilities and costs by preventing costly clean-ups from overflows and blockages.
Greasecycle® has professionally-trained technicians who will ensure that all your establishment’s grease trap cleaning needs are met. Whether you own a school, nursing home, restaurant, or industrial facility, we are here to help.Call us today for a free Quote
Do you have a food establishment in Winston-Salem? If you do, then you certainly need our grease trap cleaning services. Our technicians are highly-trained and will meet your grease trap cleaning needs.
Greasecycle® is compliant with all local and state regulations related to grease trap cleaning. We are certified to remove your waste cooking oil from your facility by the North Carolina Department of Environment Quality (NCDEQ).
Our rigorous process ensures that we deliver the highest level of operational compliance. In addition to this, quality and commitment to safety and strict adherence to compliance ensures that your grease trap waste is collected with minimal disruption to your business.
FOG is a leading cause of sanitary sewer overflows in Winston-Salem. To prevent this, you need regular grease trap cleaning services.
But how do you know your kitchen’s grease trap needs cleaning? Well, you’ll know that your grease trap needs cleaning if it exhibits any of the following signs:
If you notice any of these signs, call us immediately.
Generally, you should have your grease trap cleaned anywhere from 30days to 90 days. If your establishment discharges more than 250 mg/L of waste, then a more frequent routine cleaning plan may be necessary to keep your kitchen running smoothly. If your Winston-Salem food establishment produces less than 250 mg/L of waste, then a less routine cleaning schedule is needed.
Our goal at Greasecycle® is to ensure that your kitchen sink doesn’t cause any disruptions to your Winston-Salem business.
We’ll charge you based on various factors such as accessibility, grease trap size, and frequency of our visits. Generally, we’ll charge you less per visit for more frequent visits. When you call us, please provide us with your grease trap’s location and size so that we are able to give you an accurate quote.
The standard sizes of indoor grease traps are: 30 gallon or 60 gallon.
Standard sizes of outdoor grease interceptors are; 1000 gallons or 1500 gallons
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Winston-Salem is located 65 miles northwest of the geographic center of the state in the northwest Piedmont area of North Carolina.
The city is full of beauty, charm, history, and culture. It’s the largest in Forsyth County and is the fourth-largest city in North Carolina.
There are many things to do and see in Winston-Salem. You could take a brewery tour at foothills brewery and enjoy Sexual Chocolate an Imperial Stout which is the most sought-after beer by locals.
You could also ride a Segway with Triad Eco Adventures. Here, you will enjoy a ton of different Segway tours from Public Arts, Glide & Dine, Mayhem & Mystery, and more.
If you love history, then you should definitely visit Old Salem Historic District. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1966, the museum is one of the city’s most famous tourist attractions.
With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder that the city is ranked among the top 100 places to live in the U.S, according to U.S News and Report.