Sump Pit Cleaning.
In most cases, sump pumps should be tested every three to four months. This should involve opening the inlet screen (often also called the pump screen) and cleaning it out, among other things. However, in some cases, your sump pump might actually benefit from more regular cleanings. If you have a sump pit the chances are that it is in the basement and doesn’t get a lot of attention. The longer you leave it the more urgent cleaning out your sump pit becomes. Is there something not quite right with your sump pump? When was the last time you cleaned it? Regular cleaning will keep your sump pump functioning properly, so it’s always prepared for when you need it most. Most sump pump models should be cleaned once a year but check your manual for more detailed information. If you don’t feel comfortable cleaning it yourself, you could always have an expert do it for you.
Water Tank Cleaning.
Our water tank cleaning experts are fully certified and trained. We use only those chemicals and chlorination treatment which are fully compliant with Dubai Municipality standards and regulations. Our water tank cleaning process includes automatic sludge pump to remove thick mud from the tank and use of chlorination to remove all the fungus from the tank walls. Our water tank cleaning process starts with the inspection of your water tank followed by a detail report and consultation based on our inspection. Our experts will ensure that your tank is perfectly sanitized and disinfected so that you are getting a supply of clean and germ-free water.
Grease trap cleaning.
In the most basic terms, a grease trap works by slowing down the flow of warm/hot greasy water and allowing it to cool. As the water cools, the grease and oil in the water separate out and float to the top of the trap. The cooler water – minus the grease – continues to flow down the pipe to the sewer. Grease traps are amazing tools that help keep your establishment smelling great, so your customers keep coming back. They’re also often the biggest annoyance that restaurants face, especially if you forget to clean them on a regular basis. Proper grease trap maintenance can keep your restaurant running smoothly, and a commercial plumbing service can ensure you don’t get any of the smelly, expensive backups that occur when you don’t catch the fats, oils and grease before they entire your sewer line.