Most of the plumbing systems you have for a home are the same ones you would find in a commercial setting. Of course, plumbing components on a commercial property may be larger (like the water heater), longer (like the pipes), and more plentiful (like the toilets). But they still share most of the same components.
That is with the exception of a couple of systems. And one major system that any commercial kitchen—restaurant or other kitchens—requires is a grease trap. A grease trap goes underneath the kitchen space and serves a tough job. Learn more about why you would need a grease trap and what it does in today’s guide.