No matter if you are a successful business owner already or just a novice, launching a start-up company, your business surely means a lot to you. You constantly invest your money, time and efforts in various projects, wanting your business to thrive and be able to compete in the marketplace. That’s why when having plumbing initially installed in your business or upgrading the plumbing after years of use, it is crucial for you as a business owner to ensure that the whole process runs smoothly and without any disturbances. This means assessing all the factors involved in the plumbing installation/upgrade in advance before anything is actually done.
The following are some points worthy of your attention in case when you decide to have quality plumbing installed/renovated in your commercial facility. These points will come in handy when plumbing changes are being implemented.
- Have a professional plumbing contractor maintain your plumbing.
This point might seem like something that goes without saying but it is worth considering. The matter is that some business owners want to save money hiring unqualified and inexperienced plumbers. However, they might not realize that such stinginess will ricochet back at their business, causing unexpected break-ups and premature leakages at the most inappropriate time. As a result they will pay more for plumbing fixes and repairs.
Whether your business requires plumbing installations or is looking for a plumbing upgrade, Downey Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning can always help you. Being a full-scale plumbing and HVAC contractor, we maintain a wide range of plumbing installations and services, and our professional and knowledgeable plumbers are at your disposal to deal with plumbing needs in your commercial building. Let our trained specialists take care of your commercial plumbing needs, so as a business-owner you can focus on your tasks without being distracted by any plumbing issues.
- Size of your commercial facility.
Size of your commercial building is extremely important when it comes to plumbing installations or renovations. You need to provide the plumbing contractor with the proper building measurements (including the number of floors, bathrooms, sinks, toilets, etc.) This will help verify how many plumbers will be required for your plumbing project and how much time this plumbing project is going to take.
- Use of plumbing fixtures by employees
Hundreds of employees work in some commercial buildings and there is no exception when it comes to using restrooms, washing hands and using sinks. This puts extra strain on a commercial building plumbing system. That’s why when it is being originally installed or upgraded, it is important to know the exact number of average users on a given day. Such info will allow the plumbers to accurately estimate the situation with your plumbing and ensure its reliable and long-lasting service in the future.
- Public restrooms
Public restrooms are a separate and important issue in itself. The truth is public restrooms exhaust commercial plumbing systems. Every day they are being used by hundreds or even thousands of customers. These customers flush toilets, run sinks and use drinking fountains continuously. Neglectful customers may even leave faucets running or flush things down the toilet drain that weren’t supposed to go there in the first place. So the volume of use of these toilets needs to be considered as well when it comes to plumbing installations or upgrades at your business.
- Commercial water needs
If your company needs a substantial and steady source of water for your commercial activities, your plumbing units will be exploited regularly to provide that water. Even systems designed for carrying millions of gallons of water every year will need upgrading or replacement sooner or later. Consider this aspect and invest in high quality plumbing and HVAC systems.
- Best days for implementing changes
Decide which days are best for plumbing changes at your facility. You probably wouldn’t want your employees or clients to be distracted from their daily duties, so don’t call a plumber to come on Friday for a non-emergency plumbing issue, when he could come on Saturday instead and no employees are in the way.
When having plumbing installed in your business, consider our plumbing and HVAC contractor Downey Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning. We hold our plumbers to the highest standards by requiring constant training, education, and testing. Call us today to schedule an appointment!