Not just any plumber is qualified to be a commercial plumber. Commercial plumbing involves installation, repair, and maintenance to commercial spaces like office buildings, theaters, malls and the like. These spaces are significantly bigger and require far more plumbing than a single family home, making the plumbing operations more complicated and the results more disastrous should anything go wrong. Consider your options carefully before you select a plumber for your commercial space.
Malfunctioning plumbing can affect your company’s productivity. If the bathrooms aren’t functioning, employees have to go to a different floor or leave the building to use another bathroom. That may not seem like a huge deal for a few hours, but the inconvenience will add up to lots of time lost, especially if the problem drags on for days. And what about a restaurant where the dishwashers won’t run to keep up with cookware and dining room needs? In both of these cases, you need a commercial plumber available to get your plumbing problem fixed immediately.
When you are selecting your commercial plumber, be sure to ask about their training and level of experience. The massive amount of water that flows through commercial spaces could lead to disaster if plumbing mistakes are made, so make sure you select someone who is competent.
You should also make sure your commercial plumber is licensed and insured. That way, you’ll know you’re working with a reputable company and will be protected should anything go wrong with the repair work.
At Hall’s Plumbing, we are a licensed commercial plumber, and customer satisfaction is our top priority. We look forward to working on your commercial plumbing project.