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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.
In the event of a natural disaster such as flooding, your sump pumps must be ready to take charge and prevent further damage. The functioning of a sump pump is simple; it collects all the flood water into the basin under the basement. The sump pump is installed to ensure that the flood water is prevented from getting to the foundation and cause a damage.
Since flooding cannot be predicted, that means the sump pump must always be in top shape all year round. Maintenance must be regularly carried out by our professionals to ensure it functions as needed.
Common Issues with Sump Pumps
1. Blocked Discharge Line
You cannot know the discharge line of your sump pump is blocked until flooding occurs. To prevent this occurrence, a maintenance by a professional is pertinent.
2. Incorrect Installation
Not every sump pumps is installed correctly. When there are issues with installation, the functioning will be faulty also. A professional must look into the sump pump to be sure that it is correctly installed.
3. Wrong Size
The sump pump size must be determined by the size of your structure from the ground floor. You must be sure that the sump pump is neither too big nor too small for your building.
4. Loss of Power
When there’s a natural disaster the power supply might be affected and this prevents the sump pump from working. Call on our professionals in recommending alternative and back-up power for your sump pumps.
You don’t have to wait till when flooding occurs before you look into your sump pumps. Our professionals are just a call away from you. They are ready to help avert a structural damage to your property.
With your ever-reliable water heater, you shower with hot water, wash your dishes and even do the laundry. This makes water heater an important part of our everyday life, so, when it develops an issue, it calls for immediate attention. Water heaters can be a gas or an electricity water heater. Irrespective of the type of water heater you have in your home, the following parts are common to the two types.
Parts of Water Heaters and their Purposes
Common Issues with Water Heaters
Water leaking from your water heater might be due to loose drain valves or leaky pipes. Check if the drain valve is loose and tighten it. You can then check if your T&P valve is not damaged, if it is, it needs to be replaced. You may tighten the drain valve by yourself but contact a professional to replace a defective T&P valve.
Good water is said to be colorless and odorless but what happens when your hot water is smelly and/or colored. Bad odor might be coming directly from the water source or it could because the anode rod is rusty. Rusty anode rod can make water smell or discolor. The minerals in the water might also be the cause of the discoloring. Flush the hot water tank or call a plumber to replace a defective anode rod.
Issues with water heater temperature might be because your water heater is not hot at all, it is not hot enough or it is too hot. If the water from your gas water heater is not hot at all, adjust the pilot light setting. Check the electricity connection to the water heater for electric water heater. A broken dip tube might make the water not to heat properly and the thermostat issue might be the cause of a water heater producing scalding hot water. Call a professional to replace your dip tube.
The noise your water heater makes will determine what its problem is and how to tackle it. If your water heater is making a gurgling sound, the solution is to drain the tank and clean out the sludge or sediment. You can do this yourself. A water heater that makes a heating noise is dangerous and requires the attention of a professional immediately.
Carrying out a repair of hot water requires some levels of finesse and expertise, which only a professional plumber can deliver. Get in touch with us today and safe yourself precious time and money.
The odor coming out of a clogged or cracked sewer is unbearable, the insects are deadly and the rodent plainly annoying. A home is supposed to be where you come back to after a hard day’s work but a clogged sewer can make you dread coming home. You have probably been advised to pour chemical into the drain to clean a blocked sewer but this will only compound the problem for you. Therefore, the best solution to a clogged sewer is to call a professional but how do you know if your sewer is clogged.
Indications of a cracked or broken sewer
If you have a clogged toilet, you will obviously not be able to flush properly. Now imagine a situation where you cannot flush your toilet, your shower drain retains water and you cannot change the water in your tub because the water keeps coming back up. This can only mean your sewage is clogged and needs cleaning.
Sewage issues is not only internal, it also affects your external surrounding. Your lawn or your yard bear the brunt of a broken sewer line. You can definitely not have a lush green lawn with a broken sewer line. Your lawn will have a soft spot inform of a soggy grass patch and you may likely see water pooling in a particular area on your lawn.
When your sewer line breaks, the waste that are meant to go into the sewer are exposed to the air and produce odor both in your building and around the surrounding area. Contact a professional plumber to check your sewage line if you notice this problem.
This might seem insignificant at first but when all your fixtures drain slowly for an extended period, you need to have your sewage line checked by a plumber because it can lead to other issues in your home.
These unwanted visitors are quite deadly and they can be due to a broken sewer line. Rats live in the sewer and flies and other insects breed and feast on waste. The crack will pave way for the rats while the water that comes out of the broken line will serve as a home for the pests.
There are different ways to deal with a cracked sewer but the best method will be determined by the type of sewage system you have. This is why you need a plumber for thorough repair.
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