If you own a business or a commercial building, there are so many things to keep track of. Regular maintenance on all your plumbing and HVAC systems needs to be attended to. Sometimes repairs are necessary. It can be easy to overlook the ways that your bathrooms may be adding to your problems. While keeping things running and fixing things that break will keep your bathrooms basically functional, there comes a time when your bathrooms really need an upgrade. How should you approach revitalizing your commercial bathrooms? Here are three things you can do to really give your bathrooms a boost.
There are some plumbing issues that are perfectly reasonable to tackle yourself as a homeowner. And then there are others that require the expertise of a plumbing professional. Trying to determine which is which can be a little tricky. We’d like to give you some pointers that can help you decide when to take a DIY approach and when to call a plumber.
There are many times when you might need a new gas line in your home. Maybe you had an electric appliance such as an oven, water heater, or clothes dryer, and you are purchasing a new one that runs on natural gas. Or maybe you’re tired of swapping out grill tanks all the time, and you want to run a gas line directly to the back yard so you can hook up your grill and have barbecues any time you like.
Can you do the work of running a new gas line yourself? The simple answer is no, and there are some extremely important reasons why.
The human body is approximately 60% water. In some cases, it’s even higher: 75% of an infant’s body is water. This fact makes it obvious that drinking plenty of water is critical for human health. But what about the source of that water? Is your drinking water clean enough to keep you healthy?
There are a variety of water treatment systems available to help ensure that your drinking water is clean. How can you select the right water treatment system? How can you be sure that it’s working properly? And how can you keep it working well in the long term?
If you own a commercial property, one of the things you absolutely want to avoid is water damage. It’s costly and unsanitary, and it can bring your business grinding to a halt.
What if you do encounter an alarming plumbing problem in your commercial building? Here are our recommendations.
If you’re in the market for a new water heater, there are a lot of things you should consider. One of the decisions you can make that will get you well on your way to finding the right water heater is whether you want a tank or tankless system. While tankless water heaters are the best choice for some homes, others would be better off with a tank.
What factors should you weigh when you make your choice? Here are some of the major features of tankless systems and how those can be pros or cons depending on your situation.
You’ve seen them on your hardware store shelves: plastic bottles labeled liquid drain cleaner. And if you have slow or clogged drains at home, it’s understandable that you’d be tempted to buy some and pour it down your sink. But should you do it? Definitely not!
There are a variety of reasons why liquid drain cleaner is a bad plan, and they fit into three main categories: your health, your plumbing, and your clog. We’ll give you some information about all three, to help you understand why we feel so strongly about it. Then, we’ll offer some alternatives.
If you’re concerned about something in your home, you may be wondering who to call to get it sorted out, or just to find out more about your home’s systems. Our team is committed to helping our customers understand their homes and their needs as fully as possible because a knowledgeable customer will be better equipped to make decisions they’ll be happy with in the long term. A satisfied customer is more valuable to us than a big check, because satisfied customers keep coming back, and they also pass along the word that Modern Plumbing Industries is a reliable and trustworthy partner in home plumbing service in Orlando.
We’d like to explain what plumbing services we offer, and what is included in those services, so you’ll be better able to get the plumbing help you need.
Sometimes, homeowners aren’t sure whether or not repairs are warranted. A minor problem, or one that develops gradually, might be easy to overlook. While some things seem like obvious concerns, like a puddle of water below your water heater from a leak, other necessary repairs might be postponed because the problem isn’t as clear.
For the record, if your water heater is leaking, you definitely need to have it serviced.
Here are four subtler problems you might encounter that indicate that you should have a technician service your water heater.
If you’re having problems with your kitchen plumbing, and it seems like nothing you do about individual issues manages to address the root of the problem, you might be wondering how to go about replacing all of the plumbing in your kitchen. Repiping is a big decision, and there are a variety of factors you’ll want to consider before you decide whether it’s the right choice for your kitchen.