Commercial Plumbing

Is There A Difference Between Commercial and Residential Plumbing?

March 22nd, 2014|

When it comes to plumbing, is it all the same no matter what type of structure you have? Is a commercial plumber capable of doing all a residential plumber does and vice versa? Or do you need special training to be one or the other?

The short answer is once a plumber, always a plumber. A […]

How Much Water Can Waterless Urinals Really Save You?

November 18th, 2013|

If you haven’t heard of waterless urinals, they are becoming quite popular, especially with businesses. Waterless urinals are a great alternative to regular urinals because they are cheaper and greener. And nowadays, more businesses and buildings than ever before are looking to save money and be more environmentally friendly.

So how much water can waterless urinals […]

Understanding Domestic Water Piping

September 6th, 2013|

In a nutshell, domestic water piping supplies water to the water heater and to all fixtures in a home. There are many materials used for domestic water piping. Today, the most common are PEX tubing, CPVC, and copper. Each type of materials has its own individual pros and cons. In the past, galvanized steel was […]

The Difference Between Commercial Plumbing and Residential Plumbing

July 23rd, 2013|

A plumber is a plumber, right?

In many cases, that’s not always true.

For instance, did you know there is a difference between a commercial plumbing expert and a residential plumbing expert? They work differently, have different specialties, and perform different tasks on a regular basis.

A residential plumbing company mainly works on routine tasks again and again. […]

How Commercial Plumbing Problems Can Affect Your Business

March 21st, 2013|

 

Being a business owner, you already have numerous concerns on your mind. You stress about good customer service, making a profit, the upkeep of your store, and many other potential problems. The last thing you want to worry about is plumbing.

However, commercial plumbing problems can affect your business. Customers and employees may be unable to […]

How Property Managers Are Improving Restrooms

February 22nd, 2013|

Property managers can be excellent assets for rental property owners.  They serve as a mediator between the owner and the renter, and serve to maintain and improve the property.  While the specific duties of a property manager will vary from case to case, the general job description is the same.

Property managers handle different things every […]

Preventative Drain Cleaning In Commercial Properties

February 14th, 2013|

Plumbing is one of those areas we typically ignore until it becomes problematic.  You don’t question the functioning of a toilet or a sink until it starts to back up, refuses to flush, or decides to emanate an unpleasant odor.

Drains work in a very similar manner…if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it (or think about […]

How to Prevent your Backflow Device from Being Stolen

January 4th, 2013|

Thieves today are coming up with creative ways to make more money, including stealing backflow devices right from the property of commercial businesses. While this might seem like an odd item to steal, the metal can be turned in for cash, giving thieves reasons to try to steal them. In order to prevent your device […]

Winterizing Guide to Freeze-Protect your Building

November 8th, 2012|

Here in Colorado, it’s 70 degrees today. Yet by tomorrow, we could just as easily have snow and well below freezing temperatures. With that much variance in the temperatures, how are you supposed to protect your property?

Understanding how to freeze-protect your building is one of the best ways to keep your building safe during the […]

What a Property Manager Needs To Know About Plumbing

September 14th, 2012|

As a property manager, you already have your hands full managing each of the different properties and keeping the tenants happy. The job of a property manager never stops – especially when there is a plumbing crisis. It is important for you to know exactly how to handle any plumbing crisis. No, you are not […]

Does Your Commercial Building Need Repiping?

March 9th, 2012|

Does your business have leaky pipes and rusty water? Are you bothered about the awful water pressure and slab leak? Does the tap water taste bitter or turn a strange color?

Modern plumbing is something we can’t live without. And we don’t think much about it until we begin having problems. Yet because our plumbing system […]

Backflow Device Theft: Is Yours At Risk?

February 3rd, 2012|

Tough economic times are upon us. And with high unemployment and under-employment means people are turning to a wide array of ways to bring in a fast buck, including criminal activity.

While you often hear about home burglaries and car thefts, there is one stolen item that you may not hear much about – the backflow […]