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24-Hour Emergency Service

A backed-up grease trap or interceptor or clogged line means lost time and customers, not to mention the potential for municipal fines. Burns Septic TLC is available 24/7 to meet any of your emergency needs, with mounted and portable jetters to correct any problems quickly and efficiently. Contact us at 1-877-89-BURNS for immediate service.
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Customers Say...

"We love Burns Septic! They handle the grease trap service at 15 locations throughout Maryland and Virginia....[and] emergency service requests at the drop of a hat. They let me know how my traps are doing and recommend if we need to change things. I can't say enough good things about them."
- B. Hudgins, Dir. of Maintenance, Chicken Out Rotisserie

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My grease trap is overflowing, why?

Answer

If your grease trap is overflowing, there is most likely a clog in the outgoing line from the grease trap to the county sewer. The grease trap should be serviced more frequently. The outgoing line should be jetted out at least once a year.

NOTE: Cleaning the grease trap is not the same as cleaning the lines; both are of equal importance and should be performed on a regular basis!

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