Commercial Repiping FAQ
Serving Vancouver WA – Camas WA – Battle Ground WA
Commercial repiping can involve a variety of materials, pipe routing, industrial appliances and applications, and other complex factors. While a complete repiping project can seem overwhelming, there is no need to worry, as a licensed plumbing service can walk you through every step of the project. Check out these top Frequently Asked Questions to get an idea of how your project will go, or to find specific answers for your questions.
How Much Does Commercial Repiping Cost?
While commercial repiping can be a major project, it is almost never cost-prohibitive for commercial building owners. That’s because repiping is a a critical part of owning a commercial property, and newer piping materials cost less than piping used in the past. To help with the overall cost commercial property owners can also choose energy-efficient materials that save on monthly electric and water bills. To get an exact figure on how much your project may cost you will need to contact a licensed plumbing service, however, as building-specific factors will affect the price of your repiping job.
How Long Will it Take to Repipe?
Commercial repiping projects require the removal and replacement of dozens and sometimes hundreds of pipes, connectors and fixtures. Choosing an established plumbing and drain service with lots of experience can cut days or even weeks off your repiping project and minimize the downtime your building will face. Many commercial repiping projects can be completed in a week.
What Are My Materials Choices?
There is a wide variety of materials available for use in your commercial repiping project. If you have an older building it will likely benefit greatly from the use of newer, more efficient and durable materials. The exact materials offered may include PVC, PEX, CPVC or metal piping. The materials choices you have is also limited by local regulations and building codes.
What is Included in a Commercial Repiping?
A complete commercial repiping project includes every pipe in the building in both the supply and drain systems. It also includes plumbing for fixtures and appliances including commodes, showers, sinks, tubs, lines for ice and dishwashers, water heaters, and any other appliance or fixture that uses water.
Where Can I Get Commercial Building Repiping Services?
If your building is in Washington, near the Vancouver, Camas, or Battle Ground areas then you should contact Clark County Plumbing & Drain for a commercial repiping estimate. They are a fully licensed and insured provider that can take care of every aspect of your commercial plumbing.
Repipe FAQ IN VANCOUVER WA AND CAMAS WA
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