Gerber is nearing a century in the manufacturing of top quality plumbing fixtures and it has reaped the benefits of longevity. The brand has gained a lot of experience down the line and has risen to the status of one of the world’s finest plumbing fixture manufacturers since its establishment in 1932.
Gerber has a culture of commitment and maintaining a strong customer relationship through the continuous production of premium quality plumbing fixtures. Sustainability remains the core of the brand and the efficiency of all your installations are unprecedented.
Gerber remains a popular American brand and their ecological manufacturing processes makes them a top choice among customers. The collection of the brand’s plumbing fixtures makes your daily routine easier, profitable and a joy.
Bathtubs and showers are made not only to keep you clean but also relaxing. Now imagine if you have to put up with a clogged bathtub or a shower that drips slowly. Drains and leaks are the two most common problems of showers and bathtubs, but other plumbing issues can be equally annoying.
Showers and Tubs parts
Common Issues with Showers and Tubs
Items like hair, soap and even mineral deposits from hard water could block the free flow of water down the drain. The solution to this can be as simple as pouring hot water into the drain, using vinegar or a plunger to unclog the drain. If your water still does not flow, contact a plumber.
Water running slowly from your showerhead could be as a result of lime scale buildup. The solution to this is to use a descaling solution or replace the showerhead. Contact a professional for a suitable showerhead replacement.
If your showerheads and tubs are consistently wet even when you are not using them, then you have a problem common to most showers and tubs- leaking. A cracked or rusty gasket can bring about a leak with your tub while the water supply valve and the washers may need replacement in your showerheads.
A leaky faucet might be as a result of faulty rubber washers, seals or gaskets in the valve compartment. If any of this is defective, you can easily replace it on your own or call a plumber to replace the whole faucet.
Proper maintenance of the showers and tubs keep it in excellent condition but no matter how careful you are, some parts of these fixtures are going to develop faults at some point. Some of these you could simply rectify on your own but to prevent bigger problems, you need a plumber for others.
Your sanitary sewer serves as the link between your commercial building and the treatment or disposal system. You may not like to talk about your sewage issues but you’ll eventually have to deal with it. Usually, your sewage issues may be beyond just a repair. Don’t be hesitant in involving our professionals as it can be a nuisance and also lead to serious health risks. When it’s beyond a repair, you may have to think of replacements.
Sewage Parts Susceptible to Problems
When you notice issues with your sewage, it is likely to be caused by any or a combination of the following;
1. Broken Sewer Line:
Our experts will trace your sewer line for cracks and damages. This might lead to leakages that leads to a form of environmental pollution. There might be a need to reline the pipes to your sewage, or a hydraulic replacement when its too damaged beyond repair. Nonetheless, it may be a case of a simple maintenance.
2. Bathroom Not Draining
This can lead to a whole lot of mess for you indoor. This messy scenario which our experts don’t consider as dirty might have occurred as a result of numerous reasons. It’s the job of our plumbing experts to trace the problem to the root and ensure it doesn’t happen anytime soon.
3. Foul Odor Due to Sludge Build-Up
All these reasons leads to one point, unbearable smell in the environment. Let’s assume you run a factory or an office building, you’ll be exposing your visitors, employees and customers to health issues if the sewage problem is not fixed.
When Should You Call Our Professionals?
You should not wait until it has gotten to an unbearable point before getting across to our professionals. Waiting could be quite dangerous as it will be getting worse by the day. Just have it in mind that it takes our professionals 90 minutes to get to you!
Even if you won’t pay attention to any other faulty plumbing works in your commercial building. You cannot leave things to chance as fat as the water coming into you building is concerned. Before water reaches your building from the source, it would have been exposed to different forms of contaminants in form of chemicals, rusts, minerals and many others. By putting your water filtration in check, the health of everyone using the water is taken care of.
Common Issues with Water Filtration Systems That Requires Professionals
Rights from the water source, sediments and minerals are pumped out. The water filtration system prevents them from being used. However, this unneeded dirt’s cannot be returned to the source. It houses itself in your water filtration system and this builds up after a while to clog the system.
For commercial utilization, the water quality should not be compromised. Due to human or machine error, high level of chlorine and fluoride can be found in the water. In this scenario, your water filtration system should be strong enough to prevent this from being used. If it is unable to limit the in-flow of these chemicals, please call us to kook into your systems.
We have to be called to repair your water filtration systems if you have issues of hardwater which can affect your business. For instance, if you run a Laundromat, it will affect the look of the cloths. If it’s a food business, the taste of the water will be evidence in the food.
Parts of Water Filtration That We Handle
1. We deal with water softener in the event of hardwater, odor and aftertaste.
2. Ice Maker filter to ensure the quality water is supplied to your icemaker.
Not everyone can handle repairing a water filtration except our professionals who from the taste of water can determine what is to be done about your water filtration system.
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