Commercial outlets such as offices, business establishments, hotels and restaurants all have a one thing in common, and that is the significant amount of water usage. Due to the number of people that visit and work at a commercial property, the bathrooms and kitchen facilities substantially have large amount of waste water flowing down the drains.
Water leaks in the plumbing system of a commercial outfit can multiform your company’s monthly bill, due to the wastage of hundreds and thousands of gallons of water every day. Remember that in case of water dripping, if not acted, detected and rectified early on, can eventually cause, what is called as commercial plumbing leak, which could cost you expensive repairs.
However, if the leaks are detected and fixed early, the repairs could be moderate and also less water will be wasted, resulting in lower water bills.
Check for Underground Leaks
Underground leaks in water supply pipelines, sewer and drains, line or other plumbing lines buried beneath your property, is one of the main reasons leading to expensive plumbing repairs. In such a plumbing scenario, such leaks will require a visual inspection. At A-General plumbing and sewer service company, to detect leaks that are hidden far and beneath, we use the Video pipe inspection & leak detection techniques to pinpoint the location of the leak. Once the leak is found, hydro jetting service is in case of stubborn clogs, or the pipes will have to be dug up, repaired or replaced at the point of the leak.
Hidden Leaks are the worst
One of the worst plumbing nightmare that your commercial outfit could face are the hidden leaks. Such a situation can create unexpected flooding and long-term water to your construction and its surroundings, is it discovered after it’s too late.
However, once they are detected early, commercial plumbing service providers like A-General plumbers, NJ, repair or replace the leaked pipeline that requires removing of walls, floors, ceilings and other material get access to the leak.
Two signs of hidden leaks can be detected by:
* Unexpected increases in your water bills.
* Signs of water staining along walls, floors, basements or other locations.
Wet floors, walls, carpets and other structures