Although a commercial plumbing system is typically sturdier and more durable than a residential plumbing system, a commercial system will be used more frequently, thus increasing the effects of usage. Eventually, you’re most likely going to find that you need professional commercial plumbing. Here are a few signs to watch out for to know when it’s time to call a plumber:
- Slow drains: Your commercial facility has a lot of toilets and sinks, which means you also have a lot of pipes within your plumbing system. If these pipes get clogged, your toilets and sinks will experience slow draining. Whether this clog is big or small, you should get rid of that blockage as soon as possible to avoid bigger problems.
- Leaks: Water is supposed to stay inside your sinks, toilets, and pipes. A leaky faucet left unchecked could really increase your water bill. Leaks from your toilets can lead to floor damage and mold. It’s important to call for commercial plumbing as soon as you notice these problems.
- Water stains: Have you noticed a stain on your walls or ceilings that wasn’t there before? One possible cause of this stain is water leaking out of one of the pipes in your plumbing system. Aside from risking those unsightly stains growing, leaving a leaky pipe unchecked can result in mold, rotting, and unpleasant smells.
Our commercial plumbing services at Wake Forest Plumbing Company ensure your commercial facility will be taken care of and restored to its original, properly functioning condition. Call us today for more information!