Commercial plumbing versus residential plumbing. Is there a difference?
In many ways they are similar. In both cases, the job of the plumber is to find the problem and make corrections. Whether it’s a leaky faucet, an overflowing toilet, or a backed up pipe, a plumber’s goal is to get to the root of the problem and fix it.
Yet with commercial plumbing, a plumber must think on a grander scale. It isn’t just about one bathroom, or a water heater to service a family of four. It’s about keeping the entire complex operating smoothly.
Commercial plumbing services can cover everything from hotels and apartments complexes, to offices and retail establishments. They all have a variety of needs to make sure they run efficiently for their employees and customers.
· Keeping common bathrooms fully operational.
· Setting up drainage and venting systems.
· Installing water heaters and boiler systems.
· Creating a roof drainage system.
· Cleaning drains and carrying out regular maintenance.
A commercial plumber often prefers to work on a contractual basis, keeping a close watch over the entire system regularly. That ensures the best possible care for both the property manager, and for the clients utilizing the common grounds of the buildings.