COMMERCIAL PLUMBING SERVICES IN TORONTO AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS
Commercial Plumbing Repairs & Drain Services
New Canadian Drain & Plumbing has the solutions to your problems and fixes your commercial plumbing problem quickly and effectively, with results that last. Our technicians master expertise to solve small or big commercial plumbing needs. Our certified plumbers understand the projects’ complexity. They will do everything they can to fix the commercial plumbing related to your problem while offering advice on preventing further damage. Plumbing is an essential factor for any business like restaurants, hotels and commercial buildings. Commercial businesses in Toronto and surrounding areas can trust that our team of licensed plumbers is qualified to handle all aspects of your commercial plumbing needs.
Expert Commercial Plumbers in Toronto
New Canadian Drain & Plumbing is Toronto’s top choice for commercial plumbing projects, restaurant kitchens, building repipes, clogged drains, leaky pipes and backflow prevention services. We offer complete commercial plumbing services for clients in Toronto, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough, Mississauga, Oakville, Brampton, Ajax, Pickering. Contact us today for help with:
- Drain Cleaning & Clearing
- Drain Replacement
- New Drain Installation
- New Water Main Installation
- Fixing Leaky Water Main
Are you trying to find a good commercial plumber in Toronto, Contact New Canadian Drain & Plumbing team today!
Commercial Plumbing Frequently Asked Questions
Whether you are running a busy restaurant, shopping center, or other commercial property, optimal building performance is key. Maintaining the drains within your plumbing system is a large part of making sure the facility runs without a hitch.
Many commercial property owners have questions about their properties during the purchasing or leasing phase but do not always remember to inquire about the commercial plumbing considerations. Since it is not readily visible, commercial plumbing is often overlooked, until it becomes an expensive problem. Rather than wait for the day you have to deal with an expensive and time-intensive situation, we would like to provide answers to common questions that will help avoid potential plumbing disasters.
How often should I clean my property’s drains?
In many ways, it depends upon the type of businesses that are operating out of the location as well as the overall size of the property. Commercial properties with businesses that wind up putting more solid waste down their drains may need to have them cleaned more frequently, perhaps on a weekly basis. Most commercial properties, such as office buildings, are generally fine having the drains cleaned on a monthly schedule, which will keep everything free-flowing and trouble-free.
What chemicals can I use in or near my property’s drains?
It surprises our customers that many household cleaning products that are promoted as chemical drain cleaners are actually so harsh that they can wind up eating away the commercial property’s pipes. Rather than rely on caustic chemicals to fix a small problem, consider mixing baking soda, vinegar, and hot water to fix clogs or more traditional fixes like plungers and drain snakes. Avoid these chemicals that are also harmful to our environment. We recommend contacting an expert plumber to fix the problem properly to avoid future expenses.
How often should I get a full commercial plumbing inspection done?
Once again, it depends on the size and purpose of the property. But generally, make sure you have a full professional plumbing inspection prior to signing a lease or purchase. Also consider having an inspection each time the area experiences any major disasters, such as earthquakes, fires, hurricanes, and other disruptive storms. We strongly recommend scheduling a professional plumbing inspection at least once a year. It will save you time, money, and headaches in the long run!
Call New Canadian Drain & Plumbing for your commercial plumbing service. We will inspect the situation and provide an estimate, recommendations, and a time-table.