Commercial Plumbers Near You

Dr. Pipes commercial plumbers are up to speed with all local plumbing standards. Rest assured, whether your project is small or large in scale, Dr. Pipes is perfect for the job.

Our certified and fully licensed plumbing pros are available for scheduled maintenance and inspections. We will make sure your systems are up to date and that your drain lines are performing well.

Call Dr. Pipes plumbing today to book installations, maintenance, and code-compliant inspections to ensure that your business avoids a plumbing emergency. You can reach us 24 hours per day at 1-877-DRPIPES (1-877-3774737).

Commercial Plumbing Services

Dr. Pipes plumbers have the experience and expertise to service all types of businesses. We have listed some of the commercial plumbing services we provide below.

  • Commercial Plumbing

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    • Sewer Lines
    • Water Heater Services
    • Water Restoration
    • Frozen Pipes
    • Excavations
    • Water Heaters
    • Leak Repairs
    • Pipe Bursting
    • Flushometers
    • Toilet Installation
    • Drain Services
    • Toilet Repairs
    • Toilet Replacements
    • Unclogging
    • Main Sewer Line Repairs
    • Dishwasher Repairs
    • Camera Line Inspection
    • Garbage Disposal Repair
    • Garbage Disposal Installation
    • Main Sewer Line Installation
    • Sump Pumps
    • Sump Pump Repairs
    • Sump Pump Installation
    • Disposal Services
    • Downspouts
    • Pipe Services
    • Toilet Drains
    • Trenchless Repair
    • Sump Pump Services
    • Pipe Lining
    • Water Leak Services
    • Grease Trap Services
    • Sewer Lines
    • Storm Drain Cleaning
    • Toilet Plumbing
    • Backflow Service
    • Faucet Services
    • Drain Repair
    • Sewer Line Repair

Hire a Commercial Plumber Near You

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Our automated system connects you to a local plumbing company. They will ask you to explain the issue so they can send a commercial plumber.

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When the commercial plumber arrives at your business, they will fix your problem and then clean their workspace.

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Commercial Plumbing Tips

Hotels - Keep water pressure in check!

One of the worst things for a guest at your hotel is a weak shower. When water pressure is lacking, your guests will not likely return even if they are satisfied with the rest of your facility. It could even result in bad reviews. It could even result in bad reviews. Investing in powerful pumps for your showers and having regular tests run on your water circulation system is a sure bet to keep your guests satisfied.

Unclog slow drains.

If your sinks are a bit slow in the drainage department, it is best to correct them before things worsen. The last thing you need is a sink that won't drain. This can sometimes be fixed by simply pouring a vinegar mixture and hot water down your drain to dislodge any debris. Doing this routinely every three months or so is a good idea as it can help keep your drainage system in healthy working order.

Flush only what your plumbing is designed to flush.

Toilet clogging and leaks can be a disaster for any business. If your toilets fail, so might your reputation with some customers. It is always a good idea to keep your employees reminded about what can and can't be flushed. Most toilets can only handle toilet paper and human waste. Signs in your washrooms can also keep customers reminded. Finally, be sure to install toilets made by someone respected in the commercial plumbing sector. In the event someone is flushing more than toilet paper and waste, your system won't fail.

Routine appliance inspection.

Often leaks can occur from things you wouldn't expect, such as a washing machine or fridge. These types of issues can cause mildew and mold if they go unnoticed and are not corrected quickly. Puddles are a dead giveaway, but the problem is likely more severe than it needs to be by the time they are spotted. Having your plumber routinely inspect appliances will ensure that your kitchens operate at capacity with minimal downtime.

Commercial Renovation Ideas

Don't sacrifice quality for cost.

When it comes to plumbing systems and fixtures, trading quality for cost is never a good idea. Ever. The cost of servicing a plumbing emergency can be higher than the cost of fixtures and lines. Not to mention the loss of business if the crisis shuts you down. Spend a bit more on your systems initially. You will be able to focus on your business without being interrupted by a problem with your plumbing.

Use an experienced team of experts.

When having new installations and renovations done, the last thing you need is to fall behind on your schedule. Or worse, end up with a subpar finished project, or come in far over budget. Taking the time to vet your contractors properly will save you time and money. A knowledgeable plumbing expert will be able to quote your project with accurate costs and time frames. They will also provide sound advice on which systems and fixtures will be the right fit.

Take size and age into consideration.

It is a good idea to make sure that your washroom equipment is accessible for people of different ages and size groups. A good example is installing hand bars above tubs and beside toilets. You are making it safer for both children and the elderly.

Use the best grout on the market.

When installing showers and flooring, always use the very best grout money can buy. One of the most significant issues with aging bathrooms is moisture absorbing into the walls or floor. When this happens, it can cause a lot of other issues and massively increase wear and tear.