3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Care About Grease on Your Roof
As a restaurant manager or owner, you’re very busy. You have so many details to oversee, equipment to maintain, and if there’s something you could take off your plate, you would gladly drop it like a hot potato. Grease on your rooftop is a gross problem and here are three reasons why you just shouldn’t bother caring about it.
You really want to pay for a new roof
Roofs are supposed to be disposable, that’s why they only cost $30-$40K to replace. Not only that, but since the grease on your roof voids the warranty, it’s all coming out of your own pocket. Who doesn’t want to dump a bunch of money on a shiny new roof?
The EPA just isn’t funded well and you’d like to contribute
Government agencies have really tight budgets and you want to help alleviate some of their financial woes. They don’t typically accept donations, but they will absolutely accept your check if you rack up a serious fine for violating regulations via your storm drain.
A big fire is a great way to get your restaurant’s name in the papers
What better way to get a lot of attention, not to mention thoughts and prayers, than with a large photo of your restaurant on the front page of the daily newspaper. It doesn’t matter much that a fire in your restaurant will definitely delay your ability to open your doors to customers. I’m sure they’ll all love to come to the grand re-opening in 6 months.
Let’s be serious for a minute. You know you don’t actually want to waste your money or time on these easily preventable consequences. We understand that your time is valuable and here at Driploc we can handle all the details of keeping your roof clean and compliant. Give us a call at 1-877- DRIPLOC