March 7th, 2014 by admin
Here are a few commercial services that Plumbing Raleigh offers that you might be interested in if you run a school, hospital, restaurant, casino, hotel or any other commercial business.
- Plumbing Installation Services: As one would assume, Apex Plumbing Contractors and Plumbing Raleigh can take care of Plumbing Installation Services. They can fix all sorts of issues that pertain to sinks and faucets, as well as toilets and shower heads, dryers, water meters, and garbage disposals just to name a few. Apex Plumbing Contractors can also install things like water heaters, coolers, water filters, shut off valves and much more. If you are looking for something a little more intricate like installing complicated pipe networks, Apex Plumbing Contractors can do that too!
- Pipe Upgrades: Many of the buildings we see today, have old buildings, with old pipes. This can lead to problems such as the water in the pipes tasting bad and brown coloration in the water. If you have an issue like this, and you want a pipe upgrade, Plumbing Raleigh can help with this. A plumber will simply remove all of the old pipes and install new better working pipes. Some buildings might even have a complex system of pipes, hiring Plumbing Raleigh gives you the benefit of having a professional that is knowledgeable and has the tools to get to these pipes and repair them accordingly.
- Drain and Sewer Lines: Leave it to the professionals for this type of job! They can help remove clogs in the pipes and sewer lines, have the technical prowess to video or camera inspect the lines, as well as remove any materials from the lines to clear them. Apex Plumbing Contractors can also help with complex issues such as helping with septic tanks and they can do so in a timely manner that will still be cost efficient to you.
- Commercial Water Heaters: You might think that this problem is all about an HVAC team, but actually Apex Plumber or Plumbing Raleigh can also help with commercial water heaters as well. They can clean out any hard water or deposits that you might have in the tank or the lines of the water heater, as well as make sure that the temperatures on the heater are correct, check for leaks and repair issues in the valves, emergency shut off valves and help with water pressure issues you might be having.