While it may seem tempting to lump most plumbing systems into the same category, there are some differences between residential and commercial plumbing systems. That means that having a plumber who is knowledgeable about your type of plumbing system is an important part of getting good results during a repair and preserving your system on a long-term basis.
So, what exactly is the difference between a residential and commercial plumber? Wouldn’t they basically do the same type of job? The answer is yes and no. While plumbing systems for residential and commercial properties often have the same types of components that make up the plumbing system, a residential and commercial plumbing system vary in some important ways.
Because a commercial plumbing system is often more complex than a residential system, a commercial plumber will need to know how to identify areas of concern and diagnose problems on a larger scale. Where a residential system might only have one toilet that’s backed up, a commercial system might require a commercial plumber to check an entire set of toilets to ensure that the problem is resolved in the pipes completely. Similarly, a home may have only one sink with a concern, but a business will have multiple drains to check even if only one appears to be clogged.
A commercial plumber is also equipped to provide assistance when it comes to major plumbing malfunctions, like a sewer line problem that is preventing the use of the plumbing at a business. Correctly repairing major problems such as this are an important part of their job skills and certifications.
At Benjamin Franklin Plumbing – Hendersonville, our team is made up of both residential and commercial plumbers who can assist you with plumbing repairs and maintenance. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and to learn more about our comprehensive services.