Adelaide Commercial Plumbing – Plumbing Your Business Needs
Commercial plumbing requires a lot more work than plumbing in your home. Commercial plumbers specialise in designing, installing and maintaining complicated waste removal and water supply systems for large complexes or office buildings. Unlike home plumbing, commercial plumbing is something that should not be tackled alone. If you’re setting up a business, restaurant or establishment and require the plumbing to be checked or installed, get in touch with us.
Toilets, drinking fountains and kitchen drainage
If you’re renovating a shopping complex or building a restaurant, these are just some of the plumbing services your business may need. A plumber would need to carry out the appropriate safety checks to ensure the water supply is safe and that the drainage is free of grease. You may need a special trap to prevent grease blockages. It’s important that these plumbing jobs are carried out by a professional.
Fire hose reels and pipe work
Proper installation or replacement of fire hose reels is super important to ensure the safety of the building and its patrons. Negligence in installing proper pipe work and/or fire hoses could cause serious penalties. Here’s a full check list for maintaining your fire hose reels.
Rain water tanks
Rain water tanks help reduce water bills, help provide water during restrictions, reduce infrastructure operating costs and help protect remaining environmental flows in rivers. Apart from the up-front cost of purchasing and installing a rain water tank, investing in a tank for your business will help save money. Rain water tanks come in all different styles and sizes to suit your building size and/or needs. If you’re interested in installing a rain water tank for your establishment – get in touch with Modern Era Plumbing on 0400 386 991 for a quote. We’re happy to help!
Trade waste drainage
Any business that discharges waste water for commercial use requires waste water drainage. This could be schools, cafés, restaurants, child care facilities and/or takeaway shops. You’ll also need a grease trap or grease arrestor. The waste water enters the local sewer system for re-use.