HOT WATER HEATER INSTALLATION
Nothing is more devastating than walking into your commercial or industrial building to find that your water heater has failed. In some cases you may not be able to get hot water at all, but in other cases your water heater could burst, spilling water everywhere. Before you encounter a water heater disaster, you need to enlist the help of a licensed professional to manage and maintain the health of your hot water system.
Industrial Water Heaters
Over the years many improvements have been made in the world of hot water heaters. Today you can choose from gas, electric, high efficiency and on demand water heaters depending on your needs. However, you also need to make sure that you are performing regular servicing of your water heater after it is installed. Schedule to have an experienced journeyman plumber come to your business and inspect your water heater at least annually. They will be able to tell you if there are any minor leaks or repairs needed, or if your water heater seems to be on its last days. This will give you the opportunity to choose a more modern water heater, and possibly upgrade to a more efficient system in the process.
Commercial Hot Water Heater Installation
A professional commercial plumbing contractor must make sure that all local, state and federal codes and regulations are followed in the design and operation of plumbing works. Special equipment and materials required for construction will be ordered to ensure availability at the proper time and avoid delays during construction.
CAD and Modeling Preparations
With the help of our technicians you could have a brand-new water heater in no time. Depending on the size and type of facility we can point you in the direction of the right water heater for your application. No matter what kind of water heater you had in the past, we can handle retrofitting and conversions to more modern systems including on-demand water heaters. This will save you money in the long run and drastically reduce waste. We will also check all your surrounding plumbing for signs of damage to ensure that once your water heater is installed you won’t have any new problems down the road.