A great many emergency plumbing call outs could be avoided if a comprehensive plumbing maintenance schedule is adhered to. Finding out that something needs work by waiting for it to fail is a false economy. It can also lead to serious problems of reduced access and functionality in buildings – and large bills – until the problem is resolved.
- What sort of thing does planned maintenance cover?
- inspections and preventative maintenance on kitchens, bathrooms and other plumbing
- routine drain inspection to avoid blockages and unresolved damage to pipework
- jet cleaning of drainage systems
- descaling urinals, hand basins, WC units, sinks and showers
- emptying and recharging grease traps
We will carry out a site investigation then establish a planned maintenance schedule. We will do our best to minimise any disruption to work. Doing this will help to control routine maintenance costs through the year.
Why have a plumbing maintenance plan?
- reduce high cost emergency plumbing and avoid unplanned expenditure
- avoid loss of business due to burst pipes, drain blockages and faulty toilets
- avoid Health & Safety issues that may arise from loss of facilities
- be certain that if any problems do occur they will be dealt with quickly, efficiently and professionally
What does a maintenance plan include?
- following a free inspection, each maintenance programme is tailor-made to meet each customer’s specific needs and budget
- maintenance visits can be monthly, quarterly, twice yearly or yearly
- they can include servicing drains, taps and toilets, and de-scaling pipework and urinals
- we can carry out high pressure water jetting of foul and surface water drainage
- we can empty and service grease traps, septic tanks and cesspits
So when you are planning how to make your own life easier and to control your maintenance costs, call us and we can make sure that you have as few nasty surprises as possible.