Salisbury Plumbing services commercial buildings, even in emergencies.
As a business owner, you know that when plumbing issues arise in your building, they need to be taken care of swiftly. With our licensed and experienced plumbers, we can identify all your plumbing problems and work on them quickly, so they don’t interrupt your day. A commercial plumber works on:
Site sewer lines
Plumbing used by industrial equipment
Commercial plumbing usually occurs at any time of the day, even on weekends and possibly on holidays, to take advantage of times when workers are not on the job.
There are many types of commercial businesses, dedicated plumbers service. At Salisbury Plumbing, we take care of plumbing repairs, replacement and installations, maintenance, inspection, sewer line repair and replacements, sewer line backups, water heater repair and replacements, water line repairs, and water line replacement and installations. We serve the following commercial businesses:
When you contact Salisbury Plumbing, you will discover that we do full maintenance inspections that include diagnosis and check-up and cleaning. We take care of clog removal, leaking faucets and toilets, water heater issues and repair/replacements, emergency plumbing repairs, installations and upgrades, and more.
We strive to fix issues fast but with the best service possible, and offer 24-hour emergency service 7 days a week. Contact us for all your commercial plumbing needs today.
If it’s water heaters, back flow prevention, or pressure reducing valves to burst pipes, leaky faucets, and toilets, we can fix it. No matter if your plumbing needs are large or small, our licensed professionals have seen it all. And with our free, no obligation estimates and upfront pricing, you’ll never be hit with sticker shock.
Many expensive repairs can be avoided with a bit of preventative maintenance. Slow or stubborn drains have build-up inside them which are very acidic. This kind of build-up (called sludge) will rot your pipe from the inside out over time, leaving you with a broken drain. At this point, the only thing to do is to replace it. This usually means cutting up your floor and digging down to the rotten pipe. These repairs are labor intensive and can be time-consuming, leaving you without use of your facilities while the repair takes place. By walking into your facility and asking you a few questions, we can tailor a custom preventative maintenance program specifically for your needs and budget.