DC Advance Plumbing
We’ve got you covered for all your commercial & plumbing needs.
Our commercial plumbing periodical maintenance has us revisit your premises on a rotating calendar, attending to previous problems, while at the same time running a check on any potential problems that may cause future grief Some of the typical problems that we address with our periodical maintenance program include:
Water leak monitoring and repair
Fire service testing and certification
General commercial plumbing maintenance
TMV testing and certification
Hot water safety
General Commercial Plumbing Maintenance
There are lots of specialised things that require upkeep on commercial properties, however there is also a lot of repairs that fall under what we consider the ‘general’ banner.
They include things like the following:
Leaking taps and mixers
Malfunctioning sensor taps
Blocked floor wastes
Blocked sink and basin traps
Leaking toilet cisterns
Leaking toilets are a drag. Not only do they waste water, they can also be very irritating.
Because they have so many moving parts, there’s a lot that can go wrong and they can be easily misdiagnosed. Here are some common symptoms of a leaking toilet:
Water constantly running into the bowl
Cisterns not filling fast enough
Toilets not flushing correctly
Cisterns that are noisy when filling
Water dripping onto the floor from the cistern
Water dripping onto the floor when flushed
Water leaking from under the toilet
TMV (hot water safety)
Keeping your colleagues safe from getting scolded from hot water is not only sensible, it’s the law.
The water that comes out of your hot water heater is typically around 60 degrees celsius, which is extremely hot.
You can take control of the temperature of your hot water either across the board, or at the individual fixtures depending on the specific scenario.
We’re fully certified to service and install ‘thermostatic mixing valves’ and ‘tempering valves’, which are designed to keep you and your colleagues safe from accidental scolding.
Give us a call today to find out how you can protect your staff.