When a plumbing issue occurs at your commercial building, it’s important to have it fixed right away. Not only can problems like a clogged toilet, leaky sink or blocked drain inconvenience your building’s occupants and visitors, but plumbing issues can also put your property at risk for severe - and costly - water damage. To avoid these threats, call About Plumbing Inc. to schedule services with our trustworthy technicians. We can fix every plumbing problem!
When your water heater malfunctions, leaving your building’s occupants with cold water, it’s important to have it repaired quickly. Contact us for water heater services in Arnold.
When To Replace Your Water Heater
Before the people in your commercial building are left with only cold water, it’s important to know the signs that can indicate you need to install a new system. These can include:
- Signs of aging, especially if the unit is nearing the end of its lifespan.
- A higher utility bill, which can indicate it’s losing efficiency.
- Rust and corrosion on the unit.
- Leaks coming from the unit or the tank.
- Rust in the water.
- Lack of hot water.
- Water isn’t able to drain through the drain valve.
- Cracks in the unit.
Signs You Need To Install a New Shower
Is it time to install a new shower in your commercial property? While you may opt to replace the existing shower when you remodel the building, other reasons to install a new unit can include:
- If the shower does not fit the design of the bathroom.
- If it is outdated and needs to be updated with a newer model.
- If you need a unit that is easier for those with disabilities or the elderly to access.
- If there is visible damage to the shower.
- If it is leaking.
Are the drains slowing down in your commercial property? Call us to schedule drain cleaning services at your building.
When To Replace the Kitchen Faucet in Your Building
Have your building’s occupants been complaining about the kitchen faucet? Before you schedule repairs, watch for these signs that can indicate you need a new unit installed:
- Leaks: A plumber will determine if the faucet can be repaired or if it needs to be replaced once he or she inspects the leak and determines the severity.
- Severe limescale buildup: Buildup can decrease your water pressure and cause rust to form.
- Expensive parts: Depending on what is wrong with the faucet, it can be more cost-effective to replace it rather than repairing it.