As the strict lockdown measures arranged for COVID-19 have been eased, employers have also begun opening up their businesses to be used by the public. For establishments in the hospitality area, it is imperative that there are safety measures in place to ensure that the business that you are returning to is running safely and smoothly for both the staff and costumers.
For example, restaurant owners would be at risk of closing their establishment for a second time if their sewer lines became backed-up and blocked during the time of absence which could be a potential health hazard. This would mean waiting until a health inspector certifies it to be safe to re-open again. This can be avoided by simply carrying out some checks.
Ensure the toilets are flushing, washing up areas and dishwashers in the kitchen are flowing freely, the drainage system which discharges into the manholes that may be located inside or outside the establishment, it is vitally important to check that these are not blocked.
The most common problem of drainage systems in hospitality establishments is the build-up of fat, oil, and food wastes which could solidify and cause potential blockages.
By taking some of the preventive measures business owners may hopefully avoid serious drain issues, sometimes it is unfortunate these problems cannot be avoided. If you have any issues before you re-open Drain 247 can help, we can send a qualified engineer to your premises to diagnose any potential problems that require immediate attention to postpone any delay in your re-opening.
If you suspect you your drains need inspection or clearing before you re-open your business please contact us for on how we can assist you in the reopening of your business feel free to contact our friendly staff who are there to help you.