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What Should You Look for in a Commercial Plumber?
First off, what is important to look for in a professional commercial plumber?
1) Good customer reviews:
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2) Professional staff:
Every worker on our team is a licensed plumber and we don’t hire outside contractors. We do our own work so we can stand fully behind what we do with confidence.
We are fully insured above and beyond state mandates, giving you extra security in our work on your property.
We offer a 1-year guarantee on labor, nearly unheard of in our industry. We live by the adage, say what you’ll do and do what you say.
When Should You Call a Commercial Plumber?
Commercial property managers should depend on their maintenance staff to notify them of any plumbing problems, but it’s best that a professional does the work to get the job done effectively and efficiently and in a way that will help avoid costly future repairs.
We’re at your service for any plumbing problems that may arise including:
We’re here to help you with any new plumbing need you may have, from water lines to sewer and natural gas. We give you transparent pricing, professional consultation, and the confidence that it will be done right the first time.
We stand behind what we do 100%, so we take great care in using quality parts and delivering expert service in every job we do for you.
Whatever commercial plumbing need you may have, give us a call. Whether installing new kitchen facilities, doing a small piping or fixture change, or running entirely new lines to a manufacturing area, we have you covered.
Signs that you should call a plumber to take a look at drains in the kitchen include a clog in the sink, loud noises, or foul odors. We’ll clear the clog and provide you with repair or replacement options. If it’s beyond repair, we can handle the removal and installation process.
For commercial kitchens in particular, you need to ensure proper drainage to stay up to code and to handle the grease and increased demands that a commercial kitchen puts on your drains and sewer lines.
Slow drain? Completely blocked? That’s when you need a professional plumber with the tools to do the job right the first time. What kind of drain are we talking about?
Office kitchen drains are subject to water, soap, and often food that tends to collect and clog the drain. Incorrect use of garbage disposals can add to the problem. Restaurant kitchen drains are even more susceptible to clogs simply because of their constant use and should receive regular maintenance to avoid potential down time.
Public bathrooms have multiple sinks, toilets, and floor drains… and they can all get clogs, backups, and breakdowns. Whether the clog is cause by soap, toothpaste, or hair, it needs to go, and we can do the job. For broken fixtures, toilets, and plumbing, we’re here to quickly and cost-effectively repair your facilities fully up to commercial code.
Floor drains are common in restrooms, kitchens, warehouses, production facilities, and building maintenance areas. When they back up, dry out, or get clogged, they can produce foul odors and drainage problems. This can be a problem not only for you, but for staying up to code.
For foul odors, it may be a trap issue. By cleaning the drains and refilling the traps with water, sewer gas (which is often the cause of foul odor) won’t seep in.
We can scope your lines and diagnose the problem, clear your drains, and repair any problems we find while getting your business back on track.
It’s obvious there’s a problem if you don’t have hot water from the tap in your kitchen. But if it takes longer to heat up or doesn’t last as long as it should, you may have a water heater problem.
If you’re not sure if you need a new water heater or a simple repair, we can provide a thorough assessment and practical and affordable solutions.
Another reason for getting professional help is if you notice rust in the tank. Tackling this problem before it becomes serious will save you money. If the rust problem is ignored, it can corrode the tank liner, allowing water to leak or the tank to fail. A water heater tank fail could end up damaging valuable materials or products and unexpectedly stop operations, when it could have been prevented and scheduled at a convenient time.
If you’re having any of these problems with your water heater, and it’s over ten years old, replacement instead of repairs is often recommended. Especially so if the cost of repairs will exceed half the cost of a new water heater.
We clearly lay out your options and the current state of your water heater and hot water plumbing so you can make an informed and smart decision.
Tankless Water Heaters
If you’re looking for energy efficiency and cost savings for the break room, a tankless water heater could be the answer. We can explain the advantages, such as the space saving design, cleaner water, and longer life, and if you decide to go with it, we can install it for you.
Sewer Line Repair/Replacement
Unfortunately, sometimes drain cleaning doesn’t reach the actual problem… which may actually be in the sewer line.
We’ll thoroughly inspect your sewer lines using a video system that enables us to see the exact cause of the problem. We fix cracks and breaks and damage caused by roots, freezing and corrosion, and get your drains running smoothly again without recurring clogs and backups.
If extensive repair and additional work is necessary, we can take advantage of trenchless pipe repair to get the job done faster than digging and with less disruption to your property so you can continue to do business.
Who do You Call?
We can tackle any commercial plumbing problem you may have, and we’ll do it in a timely and professional manner. We have over 20 years of experience behind the work we do for you. If you’d like to learn more, call Stollwerck Plumbing and Sewer today.