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Line Jetting Services Monmouth and Ocean County NJ

Line Jetting NJ

Arguably one of the greatest inventions for commercial kitchens, grease traps were designed to keep grease from entering the waste-water supply of Victorian-era kitchens. Unfortunately, these convenient contraptions can hold a lot of build-up, and can cause serious plumbing problems for businesses in NJ. Even worse, there’s the potential damage from flooding that can result from improperly maintained drainage lines leading to your grease traps.

Not sure what line-jetting/ water-jetting is or why your business might need it? We use water pressure to unclog and clean your pipes. Even when pipes are not clogged, build up and scale on the inside of the pipes makes for a smaller diameter, which means a slower, less efficient system. Eventually, if the pipes are not line jetted and are used for continuous grease and kitchen waste disposal, the waste may eventually clump together; creating a clog that can block the lines completely. We’d be happy to answer any questions you have about the process.


Line Jetting Services NJ

Specializing in Ocean County and Monmouth County, you can rely on AME for speedy, affordable, reliable line jetting/water jetting services to keep your pipes running smoothly and prevent potential catastrophes. We use high-pressure water and to clean the lines, working backwards from the grease trap to the lines heading into the trap, cleaning scale, grease, and debris from inside of the lines. This allows your grease trap system to work more efficiently and helps prevent potential plumbing emergencies.

How do you know how often your grease traps need cleaning? That is a question that depends largely upon the volume of business that you do and what type of usage your grease traps receive. Larger, high-volume commercial food preparation facilities will need more regular service than smaller facilities. Our experts can help you determine the right line jetting schedule for your business as well as provide as-needed services. One risk with grease trap lines is that if you ignore regular maintenance, you may not be aware that they need cleaning until facing a much bigger, more expensive problem than you anticipated.

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