When our commercial plumber comes to your office in the Lake Norman, NC area, the process will include a detailed assessment of the issue to make sure it is fixed correctly.
There are several main differences between a residential and a commercial plumber. Commercial plumbing jobs are typically much larger because businesses must provide a certain number of toilets and sinks to accommodate both staff members and customers or visitors to the location. There are also stricter building codes for commercial construction projects, so plumbers use more piping. Many commercial structures are made up of multiple floors, and high-rise buildings have a large number of floors that need plumbing to run between them.
Gravity plays a big role in most commercial plumbing that goes between multiple floors, and a commercial plumber must also have a clear understanding of water pressure needs to move water and waste through the pipes. Homes are typically three floors at the most, including a basement. A commercial plumber will also typically encounter a wider variety of problems, while residential plumbing issues are often just a handful of issues that present in different locations.
When you need an expert to handle your commercial plumbing concerns, call us at Ultimate Plumbing. When our commercial plumber comes to your office in the Lake Norman, North Carolina area, the process will include a detailed assessment of the issue to make sure it is fixed correctly. It is legally required to provide restroom facilities and running water to your employees, so if you do encounter a problem that is limiting this availability, give us a call as soon as possible, so you can minimize the lost work time that comes along with a plumbing issue.
At Ultimate Plumbing, our commercial plumbers serve Lake Norman, Mooresville, Denver, Terrell, Sherrills Ford, Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius, Charlotte, Concord, Kannapolis, Matthews, Statesville, and Troutman, North Carolina.