PROMOTIONS
20 Oct

7 Expert Tips for Avoiding Drain Clogs in Commercial Kitchens

When you’re cleaning your kitchen, it might seem practical to get rid of small food remnants or liquids down your kitchen drain. However, if you ask the professionals of commercial plumbing services, they’ll give you a rundown of things that they’ve seen dumped down kitchen drains that you might not think will cause an issue. Read More

Posted By

0  Comment

8 Aug

Why Is My Shower Temperature So Hard to Control?

The best part of taking shower is relaxing in warm water. But when all of a sudden, when a shot of scalding hot or ice-cold water hits your body, you shiver or shriek!  So what is the cause? When you experience water temperature fluctuations in the shower it could be the amount of cold or hot water coming from your water heater or plumbing system is compromised. Read More

Posted By

0  Comment

11 Jul

What to Do When Moving Your Business to a New Location

Are you planning to move your business to a brand new location? Generally, relocating to a new business location requires planning and a budget. The biggest challenge is to find a space that will accommodate your business and won’t give you any interior complications, especially when it comes to commercial plumbing. Read More

Posted By

0  Comment

16 May

Keep Your Cash Out of the Toilet

Your business revenue is going straight down the drain. Well, not all of it, but you’re probably spending more of your hard-earned money on plumbing costs than what is necessary. Plumbing is likely the most frequent of all the maintenance services you pay for, such as cleaning or electricity. If you’re not careful though, it can quickly become the most expensive too. Read More

Posted By

0  Comment

9 May

Hard vs. Soft Water: What’s the Difference?

The water from your tap may look crystal clear, but is it? A quick visual check to make sure there’s no debris or contaminants and you’re probably ready to use your water for a bunch of purposes. However, did you know that not all water is the same? You may have heard the terms “soft” and “hard” water, but what do they mean? Read More

Posted By

0  Comment