Stop the clog. Stop the headaches.
Dealing with lots of sewer backups and overflows? It's costly, headache-inducing work. Worse yet, it's a drain on maintenance resources. The cause? More than likely it's fats, oils and grease (FOG). When FOG gets poured down the drain, it hardens in pipes and creates massive, cement-like clogs. Then, it creates unhappy tenants... and unexpected costs to rental owners and property managers.
Looking for a better way?
It's starts with educating your tenants. By teaching them some simple steps, you can easily avoid this issue. The Sacramento Area Sewer District is here to help. Together with the Rental Housing Association and its members, they're creating an awareness campaign about clog prevention and proper disposal of fats, oils and grease.
Over the next few months, this page will include helpful materials that you can use to educate your tenants. In the meantime, remember these three simple steps: