Exterior & Interior Traps Serviced

A-1 Gator Septic adheres to the Lee County Grease Maintenance Ordinance No 14-24. Effective Dec. 2014.

As part of our grease trap cleaning services, we remove all fats, oils, and grease materials (FOGs) from the trap, eradicating odors and ensuring the trap is safe to use. Skimming a grease trap and just removing the grease interferes with municipal wastewater systems, which can cause a blockage. Most Florida municipalities have a minimum amount of FOGs that are acceptable in the water leaving an establishment.

Vegetable oils and animal fats in waste water from the kitchen will flow through your plumbing system, before they eventually reach sanitary sewer lines. A heavy build-up of grease over time will result in clogged and backed up lines.

A-1 Gator Septic employs the latest technology and provides regularly scheduled grease trap cleaning services so you can maintain full business operations. Routine maintenance at non-peak service hours is always a great option to keep your business running smoothly.

A-1 Gator Septic’s preventative maintenance schedule saves you time and money. Take advantage of one of our money saving maintenance plan agreements providing you with the assurance you deserve. We will make a plan that fits your budget and accomplishes all of your grease trap cleaning and septic services needs!

Let us monitor your system on a regular basis.

Email questions about setting up regular serviceCall: (239) 267-4541

See what our clients are saying...

“It's nice to know who to call whenever you have a septic issue. A-1 Gator is always there and they always take good care of us”

- Robert K.
Commerical Property Owner

“As a restaurant owner, I have to follow many health codes and we use A-1 Gator because they know all the rules and do the job right.”

- Michael V.
Local Restaurant

“The team at A-1 Gator really know there stuff. It's nice that the job is done and I don't have to worry about it anymore.”

- Donna B.
Local Resident
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