Murphy's Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Blog:Posts Tagged ‘Commercial Plumber’

What’s a Grease Trap (and Why Would You Need One)?

Monday, November 27th, 2017

grease-trap-plumbingMost of the plumbing systems you have for a home are the same ones you would find in a commercial setting. Of course, plumbing components on a commercial property may be larger (like the water heater), longer (like the pipes), and more plentiful (like the toilets). But they still share most of the same components.

That is with the exception of a couple of systems. And one major system that any commercial kitchen—restaurant or other kitchens—requires is a grease trap. A grease trap goes underneath the kitchen space and serves a tough job. Learn more about why you would need a grease trap and what it does in today’s guide.

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This Is Why You Need Commercial Plumbing Specialists

Monday, November 13th, 2017

plumber-smile-wrenchWhen you own a commercial property, you’ve got a lot to worry about. You have to work with a lot of specialists to keep your business running, and it’s stressful to have to look for another. It’s easy to want to cut corners and avoid dealing with another company when you’re not sure who to trust. Unfortunately, that’s why our commercial specialists end up fixing a lot of plumbing mistakes.

We don’t think it’s worth it. When it comes to your plumbing, it’s important to find a commercial specialist who is experienced with larger plumbing components and more complex plumbing pipes. Find out why in today’s guide, or by speaking to our friendly team. You’ll see why so many commercial property owners and managers already put their trust in us.

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Schedule Regular Service for Your Commercial Plumbing

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

time-service-clockAs someone who owns or manages a commercial property, there’s likely one problem that comes up more often than most. The plumbing system on a commercial property can be more intricate than the one in your home, so it’s no wonder you have to deal with clogs, leaks, and other problems so often. Some such problems are not so big of a deal: certain clogs just need a simple drain auger, and leaks may be fixed with the turn of a wrench.

Others, however, can shut down your business for a time or interfere with your ability to get things done. Sewage backup is one of the worst of the potential plumbing problems to plague a commercial property, while a burst pipe will cost far more to repair. Some of these problems, though, may be prevented if you get on a regular schedule with a local contractor.

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