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Repiping

When you compare the usage frequency of your structures as a commercial establishment to a residential building, the commercial structure suffers more usage and abuse. Within a short time, the plumbing structure goes through enough stress than it is made to handle. In such scenario, there will be a need to carry out an overhaul of your piping and sewer systems. It can even be more daunting when you commercial structure is considerable older.

As a professional plumbing company, we handle the repiping of different types of structures; church, motel, hotel, hostel, medical facilities, office apartment and many more. We put our experienced professionals to the task of ensuring that you get the best out of re-piping.

When Should You Consider Re-Piping

Of course, you need to carry out scheduled and regular maintenance of your commercial building. However, when it comes to total overhaul and re-piping, it must be carried out in the following scenario;

1. Aged and Older Building

Look at the age of your building and determine if you can be sure it’s at 100% strong enough withstand another year. Call on our professionals as they are in the best position to determine this.

2. Water Wastage and High Water Bills.

There will be a need to carry out re-piping when you notice water is being wasted than usual, if you notice the drains are never dry. This will lead to amassing high water bills. Then there will be a need to consider re-piping.

3. Water Pressure Issues and Mold

Re-piping must be considered when the water flow and pressure is becoming a pain. This should point to leakages and weakness of the piping system. When you notice molds also, you should give a thought to re-piping

Whatever it is, may be old, corroded, damaged, or weak, then re-piping by our professionals should be the next line of action.

Showers And Tubs Repair

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

  • Faucet- there are two forms of faucet, there is a cartridge faucet and a compression faucet. You should know the type of faucet you have to be able to troubleshoot it.
  • Tub spout- this directs water into the tub.
  • Drains- carry waste water out from the tub and keep the water from overflowing
  • Diverter- takes the water from the pipe to the showerhead

Common Issues with Showers and Tubs

  1. Drain Issues

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.

  1. Low water Pressure

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.

  1. Leaky Showerheads and Tubs

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. 

  1. Leaky Faucet

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.

Toilet Repair

Toilet is one of the most essential parts of a house the value of which is felt only when something is wrong with it. Imagine the inconvenience a leaky toilet could cause if not checked or the scare a ghost flush could give in the middle of the night. Some of these problems can be averted with a proper check and maintenance while some are inevitable. You can tackle some of these issues on your own but for others a professional plumber is your safest bet.

Some Parts of a toilet and their Uses

  • Flapper/Tank Ball controls the amount of water released to the bowl.
  • Float Ball signifies the supply when the tank is full.
  • Flush Handle is the outer part of the toilet that you press and hold to flush.
  • Ballcock/Fill Valve opens the toilet for water to fill the tank
  • Toilet Tank is where most of the other parts are located. It holds water until you flush.
  • Wax Ring serves as a seal for your toilet.

Common Problems Found in a Toilet

  1. Clogging

This gives most toilet owners headaches. Clogging can be as simple as a shallow clog or as complicated as a deep clog. When you have a shallow clog, all you need is a plunger to clear the drain. If your toilet is still blocked, use a toilet auger. For a deep clog, contact a professional repairer.

  1. Ghost or Phantom flush

A situation where your toilet occasionally flushes itself without you pressing the handle is a phantom flush. This may be due to a high water level, which could be because of a worn flapper. To adjust or replace a damaged flapper, drain the tank by holding the toilet handle or turning off the water supply to the tank.

  1. Leaky Wax Seal

The water coming out from the bottom of your toilet bowl can create a puddle on your floor if not checked. It may be because of the wax rings seals located at the base of the toilet. You can replace the seals by removing the toilet or call an expert.

  1. Loose flush handle

When your flush handle is loose, it can be caused by a problem with the mounting nut or chain in the tank. Clean the mounting nut in the tank and tightening any loose nut or replace a broken chain. Call a professional plumber if the problem persists.

There are varieties of issues that you may encounter with your toilet, most of which may seem daunting if you don’t know how to deal with them. This is why you need a plumber who is not only reliable, affordable and fast and but will also relate with you in a respectable manner.

Hydro Jetting

No one wants to deal with the mess and smell that comes from a clogged sewer line. There are faster options that may work in the short term in unclogging your drains but they are still far behind when Hydro Jetting is applied. Hydro Jetting provides a temporary and potent fix to your sewer line issues. Hydro Jetting is an invasive procedure that frees your drains of every sediments, clogging and messy build-up that dates back into years.

How Is Hydro Jetting Done?

Hair, tree roots and grease are usually culprits that blocks your sewer line. Our professionals usually recommend hydro jetting when other methods such as snaking with an auger seems to be ineffective. Hydro Jetting is done by pumping streams of pressurized water into the sewer line. Let’s say between 3,000 PSI to 8,000 PSI. of course, there’s no debris or obstruction that can withstand this pressure without giving way.

Hydro Jetting is a long-lasting solution that targets more than just the suspected clogs, it also reach out for even those unknown within your sewer line.

When Should You Consider Hydro Jetting?

Only professionals can decide whether hydro jetting is the best option to fix the messy situation. But usually, hydro jetting is inevitable when the following has been considered;

1. When every other option has been tried and exhausted. For instance, snaking with an auger.

2. After the strength of your sewer line is certified strong enough to withstand the extreme pressure. Hydro jetting will never be utilized on old, weak and fragile pipes.

3. A thorough inspection of the sewer lines which is able to trace the problem and recommend that hydro jetting is the best of the available alternatives.

Hydro Jetting isn’t for the novice as they are likely to cause more damage. This is why you should reach out to our professionals with years of experience in carrying out hydro jetting.

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