PLUMBING TIPS, FOR YOUR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY!
As a professional looking to thrive, you should have a basic maintenance routine for visiting a commercial property.
LOOK FOR SIGNS OF TROUBLE
During these visits, it’s wise for you to walk around the interior and exterior of the building to look for any signs of water damage or leaks.
Running all relevant plumbing fixtures to ensure there are no slow drains.
Ensuring there is sufficient usage of hot and cold water.
Checking the pressure gauge to ensure the water pressure is running as normal.
Running diagnostics to check for any signs of silent leaks.
Making sure all shutoff valves operate correctly.
Ensuring the water heater is running at the proper temperature.
Checking there is no risk of backflow in the building water system.
Maintaining your commercial clients doesn’t have to be difficult. Providing a quality service is the first step.