Educate Your Employees to Avoid Plumbing Problems

July 22, 2021 | Indiana

Does it seem like you’re constantly having to call on your commercial plumber to service your Indianapolis office building? Plumbing problems are common in large buildings; however, with some simple education, you may be able to cut down on the frequency of the problems. Your employees simply might not know that their daily habits are causing plumbing problems in the building. At Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc., we encourage you to educate your employees on these three most common (and avoidable) plumbing problems.

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3 Signs Your Pipes Need Inspected

May 17, 2021 | Greensburg

Pipes are a tricky part of your building’s plumbing. Because they are inside the walls and hidden from view, we often take them for granted and forget that they need occasional attention. To add to the problem, plumbing issues often start off quite subtly, making it even more difficult to know when your system actually needs maintenance. At Quality Plumbing & Heating Inc., we have seen subtle plumbing problems quickly turn into devastating problems; so to help you avoid that, here are three signs your pipes need to be inspected.

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The Danger of Chemical Drain Cleaners

February 16, 2021 | Commercial Plumbing

When you own a business, it’s a good idea to be frugal with your company’s money and save wherever possible. Sometimes, that may mean you pick up some of the slack that comes with routine maintenance. However, if you have clogged drains in your commercial building, the only DIY fix you should be attempting is with a plunger and a pair of gloves. However, if you plan on tackling this clog with liquid drain cleaner, stop right now and consider the harm you are doing to your pipes! At Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc., we urge you to put away the chemical drain cleaners and call us. Read on to learn why.

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes

January 18, 2021 | Commercial Plumbing

Frozen pipes are among the most significant problems a commercial building owner can face during the cold months. If proper precautions aren’t taken, the water inside the pipes will freeze when the outside temperatures begin to drop below the freezing point. This problem can be anything from a minor inconvenience to a major disaster, so it’s important to avoid it to protect your commercial building. At Quality Plumbing and Heating Inc., we believe that the best offense is a good defense, so take these precautions and avoid damage from burst pipes this winter.

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