Commercial plumbing issues are high-priority repairs as they affect a large number of people and have the potential to grind business to a screeching halt. The moment disaster strikes, isn’t a good time to start phoning around in the hopes of finding a reliable plumber. Art Plumbing, AC & Electric has been in the commercial plumbing business for over 30 years and are ready to answer your call for help.
When it comes to your business, time is money. Hiring a single company that can meet all your plumbing emergency and maintenance needs, will save you both time and money.
Here are some of the boxes that a plumbing company should check before you consider hiring them:
Plumbers from Art are fully licensed and insured. Our plumbers are also qualified, as well as extensively trained and kept up-to-date with the latest in plumbing technology, techniques, and tools.
Each Art Plumbing, AC & Electric van is a rolling warehouse of plumbing tools, spares, and everything that could be needed to resolve your plumbing issue as quickly as possible. Our plumbers benefit from years of shared mutual experience, as mentorship by an experienced plumber is part of our training strategy.
Art’s plumbers aim to work efficiently and accurately to make sure that whatever job they tackle is done right first time, in the shortest amount of time possible. Our aim is to get your business back up and running again with little downtime. While thoroughly professional, our plumbers are friendly and truly care for our clients.
Commercial plumbing systems are very different to residential plumbing systems. The demands on a commercial plumbing system are high due to the large volumes of water and waste that flow through the network of pipes. The wear and tear on faucets and fittings are also much higher largely because of the number of people serviced. Commercial plumbing systems are far more complex and intricate than residential plumbing systems to accommodate various factors such as multi-family properties, multi-story buildings, industrial properties, or building with specialized plumbing requirements like medical facilities.
These are the top four types of commercial plumbing disasters.
Clogs in a commercial building can cause overflow in other parts of the plumbing system, leading to extensive damage. Clogs and blockages are also the main cause of unpleasant sewer smells. Locating and removing deep clogs in complex plumbing systems requires expertise and special equipment that can only be provided by a reputable plumbing company like Art Plumbing, AC & Electric.
Left unrepaired, running toilets, leaking faucets, and ‘invisible’ silent leaks within the walls of a commercial building can lead to hefty water bills and mold and mildew growth. Dampness, mold, and mildew can all cause superficial and structural damage over time if not dealt with.
Backflow is what happens when water flows the wrong direction in a plumbing system. Backflow can be a serious health risk if contaminated water mixes with drinking water. The number of people who could be potentially affected by backflow in a commercial building is many times greater than a single-family household.
Maintaining even water temperature and pressure in a large building requires a plumbing system that is in good working order. Blockages, leaks, and burst pipes can affect water pressure, while malfunctions in the water heater can affect water temperature.
Regular maintenance check-ups for commercial properties are essential to avoid plumbing emergencies. These are some of the things that can be checked and sorted during routine plumbing maintenance:
Whatever your commercial plumbing needs are, big or small, we’ll tackle them all! Call us today at 1-800-475-1504.
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