Part two of a series on hiring a commercial plumber Tampa goes deeper into reasons why you should.
Commercial Plumber Tampa: It’s Not Just One Sink or ToiletA commercial plumber Tampa is qualified to handle a plumbing emergency on a much larger scale than a residential plumber is. And we’re not kidding about it being more than one sink or toilet. In our last article, we covered a beauty salon with hair washing stations. That’s nothing. What about a health club with multiple sinks and showers? A hair clog in the wrong place could flood a shower or even a locker room, the same with a clogged toilet and that is obviously a much more serious problem.
To a residential plumber, this would be a daunting task. To a commercial plumber Tampa, however, this is child’s play. Usually, commercial plumbers have more than enough equipment as well as any parts that may be needed. Sometimes, though you may need a plumber for a non-emergency.
Plumbing Upgrades and a Commercial Plumber Tampa
Sometimes, plumbing upgrades are the reason that you want to contact a commercial plumber Tampa. For example, maybe you want to install low flow toilets to save money on your water bill or for ecological purposes. Perhaps your sinks are worn out so you want to get some new plumbing fixtures. For a business such as a small hotel, this would be part of a remodeling project. Why remodel? Well, hotels, like a lot of businesses are very competitive. As such, their clientele may want to consider another hotel that looks newer.
Whether on a non-emergency footing or not, you want to get the most qualified personnel for your project. So if you have a business, hire a commercial plumber Tampa.
PUR Plumbing Inc.
7139 Mitchell Blvd.
New Port Richey, FL. 34655