Commercial Plumbing & Repair Services in Toronto & GTA

Everyone knows the importance of a working plumbing system at home. Still, there’s twice the need for a correctly flushing toilet, draining tap, and energy-efficient fixtures in offices and businesses. For one, there’s a revolving cast of users coming in and out of large washrooms — that’s a lot more units to maintain and keep at an optimal function to serve the personal needs of partners and customers at the same time.

Commercial Plumbing & Repair Services

But more than the sheer volume of crowds and foot traffic coming in and out of your office building, store, or any other type of commercial property, there’s also the cost of upkeep and utility bills. From regular building maintenance like cleaning and upgrading fixtures to monthly water and energy bills and larger drainage and waste disposal requirements, it’s essential to be smart in maintaining essentials like washrooms.

Ask a Commercial Plumber

Just like at home, office buildings are no strangers to plumbing emergencies and some of the most common issues like leaks and clogged drains. The difference is, these problems occur on a bigger scale, resulting in more substantial repair or replacement expenses, workflow interruption, and even profit losses. The last thing you want is having tenants move out or disappointing customers due to a poor experience.

Energy-Efficient Fixtures

Modern plumbing is transitioning to more energy-efficient and sustainable plumbing practices. This includes high-efficiency toilets that minimize water consumption and timers on the faucets to prevent water waste. We value the impact that sustainable plumbing has on the environment and on our local community. Not only does it save money on energy bills, but it helps minimize the ecological impact of our fixtures. We are happy to find suitable, energy-efficient fixtures for your commercial property.

Commercial Plumbing Equipment

At Drain King Plumbers, we understand the most common concerns of business owners and commercial property managers. Maintaining an entire building — including keeping the washrooms clean and fully functional — is no small expense. This requires maximum efficiency, down to the plumbing system.

Our team of certified plumbing experts work with you to assess your water supply needs, waste disposal requirements, and existing plumbing fixtures. This includes finding and fixing leaks, unclogging drains, repairing or installing fixtures, and clearing sewer lines. Based on these, we’ll recommend, repair, and install new equipment, so your plumbing system can keep up with the demands of partners, visitors, and customers.

Custom Plumbing Requirements

For the modern business owner and visionary, a new and innovative design extends to the entire space, including the plumbing system. Your plumbing system needs to function just as you need it to, handling large volumes of water and waste at once. This also means using custom fixtures and equipment to handle your building’s needs and style. These include fixtures like faucets and showerheads, commercial-grade pipes, drainage, portable water tanks, and sewer lines.

When to Call a Commercial Plumber

While some homeowners think they can afford to wait to call a plumber at the first sign of trouble, it’s not the smartest move for business owners. Every second that you wait to call in a dripping faucet or clogged toilet is an extra dollar in your water bill or a quick moment before the sewer backs up and floods the property. That’s why it’s in your best interest to call a commercial plumber right away — and sign up for preventative maintenance.

  • Recurring toilet clogs: with washrooms on every floor and toilets being flushed even by the minute, clogging is hard to avoid, especially if partners or customers are regularly flushing waste items, even those that don’t belong there.
  • Drain clogs: just as you’re never sure about what people flush down the toilet, the drains see many waste items too, ranging from soap suds, loose hairs, and other debris that are washed down. Unfortunately, these can remain lodged in the drains and build up over time, which can cause the sewer to back up and flood.
  • Running toilets and leaky fixtures: continuously running water in the toilets and dripping faucets indicate leaks and result in higher utility bills every month. Call a commercial plumber to fix these leaks and consider replacing ageing fixtures with new, energy-efficient ones.
  • Ageing and broken fixtures: a growing commercial property requires the utmost energy efficiency and eliminates unnecessary expenses. This includes installing upgraded plumbing fixtures that help you conserve water, such as timed faucets and automatic, powerful flushes to regulate water consumption. Plus, with eco-friendly plumbing and commercial practices, you can help build a sustainable future for your business.

For detailed quotes and custom commercial plumbing services, call Drain King Plumbers at 833 983 5301 or contact us here to speak with a plumbing expert.

Drain Cleaning: Frequently Asked Questions

What does commercial plumbing mean?
Commercial plumbing is plumbing that involves industrial grade piping and materials.
What is the difference between commercial and residential plumbing?
Residential plumbing involves residential property such as houses or townhouse. Commercial plumbing generally involves commercial offices and retail spaces as well as high rise buildings.
What sort of routine work is involved with commercial plumbing?
Commercial plumbing often involves routine insections, maintenence on water and drain pipes.
Is commercial plumbing more expensive than residential plumbing?
Commercial plumbing is generally more expensive due to the type of materials and installation.
What plumber services are essential for commercial businesses?
Routine inspections and drain cleaning is a must for a commercial businesses.