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As the owner or manager of a commercial building, you have a lot to deal with on a daily basis. You need everything to run smoothly. Then, one day your building’s pipes are clogged or leaking. Maybe a toilet won’t flush or a drain won’t empty. A plumbing problem is going to make everything more difficult to manage. You know you need to hire a Birmingham plumber, but who? Can anyone from any company handle this for you?

No! You don’t need any plumber; you need one who specifically works on commercial plumbing problems. While a residential plumbing system and commercial plumbing system do the same job, they are very different. Only a plumber who specializes in commercial work will know exactly how to fix common commercial plumbing problems like these:

#1 Drain clogs

Simply based on the sheer number of people that use your facility’s bathrooms or kitchen sinks on a daily basis, drain clogs are bound to happen. A clogged drain should be fixed by a professional plumber as soon as possible; it’s not something to let go. These clogged drains look and smell bad. Not only are they an inconvenience, they can harm the impression people have of your company and your building. Restaurants that have clogged drains can have trouble meeting health and safety standards.

#2 Faucet leaks

A faucet leaking in a bathroom, kitchen, or anywhere else means you’re wasting water. No one wants that! You’d hate to spend more on your monthly bills than you have to. You’d much rather put that money to use somewhere else in the budget. Whether the root of the issue is just a loose valve or a problem in your main water line, you’re going to need a professional plumber to fix the problem. A member of the DrainBlaster team can be there soon to figure it out and fix it!

#3 Low water pressure

Low water pressure at home is certainly an inconvenience, but it is far from an emergency. In a commercial setting, however, it is a much bigger deal. This can be especially bad for those in the food industry. Washing produce, cleaning hands, and keeping stations clean are absolutely necessary to meet health and safety standards. Without the correct amount of water pressure, the kitchen staff will take longer to clean their stations- if they’re able to get the area clean at all. If your company works with chemicals or another type of toxic material, you might have eyewashes and showers that need the correct amount of water pressure as well. This is something you’ll want corrected as soon as possible.

Commercial plumbing isn’t like residential plumbing. For businesses in the Birmingham area, the team to call is at DrainBlaster Plumbing. For emergencies please call (205) 637-0668. You can also request a non-emergency appointment by filling out the form on our website or emailing us at craig.sparks@yahoo.com.