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Commercial Plumbing Repairs

Plumbing problems can greatly interfere with business operations and productivity, so don’t wait to hire a professional for your commercial plumbing repairs. If your water supply is not working properly your staff cannot have their coffee, and you may end up with a mutiny on your hands. All jokes aside, plumbing malfunctions at work cost time and money. From minor fixes to addressing major structural issues, the master plumbers at B&D Plumbing are at your service, with speed and precision. Not only do we fix the problem, but we also provide our customers with first-hand education about ways to mitigate and prevent significant problems.

We offer

  • Commercial Plumbing Installation and Service
  • Restaurant Plumbing Installation and Service
  • 24 Hour Plumbing

Going well beyond leaky faucets and uncooperative toilets, our full-service master plumbers are equipped to handle

  • Boiler Installation and Repair
  • Sewer Line Service
  • Water Line Replacement
  • Plumbing Fixture Replacement
  • Water Heater Installation and Repair
  • Gas Line Installation and Service
  • Commercial Stoves

While people are usually quick to address plumbing issues at home, it’s common for commercial plumbing problems to be ignored longer than they should be. Particularly if you are leasing your office space, a persistent leak might be perceived as a “not my job” problem. However, the damage inherent to a persistent leak can create an unsafe work environment due to mold development.

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) provides the following tips for mold prevention

Mold prevention tips include:

  • Repairing plumbing leaks and leaks in the building structure as soon as possible.
  • Looking for condensation and wet spots. Fix sources of moisture incursion problems as soon as possible.
  • Preventing moisture from condensing by increasing surface temperature or reducing the moisture level in the air. To increase surface temperature, insulate or increase air circulation. To reduce the moisture level in the air, repair leaks, increase ventilation (if outside air is cold and dry), or dehumidify (if outdoor air is warm and humid).
  • Keeping HVAC drip pans clean, flowing properly, and unobstructed.
  • Performing regularly scheduled building/ HVAC inspections and maintenance, including filter changes.
  • Maintaining indoor relative humidity below 70%.
  • Venting moisture-generating appliances, such as dryers, to the outside where possible.
  • Venting kitchens and bathrooms according to local code requirements.
  • Cleaning and drying wet (or damp) spots as soon as possible, but no more than 48 hours after discovery.
  • Providing adequate drainage around buildings and sloping the ground away from building foundations. Follow all local building codes.
  • Pinpointing areas where leaks have occurred, identifying the causes, and taking preventive action to ensure that they do not reoccur.

Always consider consulting a health professional to address any employee health concerns.

Well respected in the industry, Bob and Dave are both members of the Master Plumbers Association WSMPA. Additionally, we have long-standing and personable relationships with the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission WSSC, and Better Business Bureau. We stay on top of rules and regulation changes, so we are always equipped with the latest information about the how and the why. When you hire a B&D Master Plumber, you are hiring a quality plumber at a quality price.

Call us today for your Free Estimate! 301-595-1141.