Plumbing Services

 What are some common issues with plumbing services?

Commercial properties can suffer from a myriad of issues with plumbing services. Some of the most common plumbing issues include:

  • Clogged Drains & Toilets
  • Damaged Water Heaters
  • Leaky Pipes
  • Sewer Line Backups
  • And More!

In the event that any of these plumbing issues are affecting your property, give our experts a call. We can thoroughly inspect the area and determine the best course of action for your plumbing. We offer full service repairs and installations, so you can always rest assured that the work done will last.

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. we always put our customers first. As business and homeowners we understand how a plumbing issue can affect your commercial property. From losing customers, to losing money, no one wants to go through it. This is why we are always available to help our customers with advanced plumbing solutions that can solve just about any problem. Call us today and get your commercial property inspected and repaired in no time!

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PLUMBING HEALTH


3 Disease from sewage

Disease-causing germs can be spread from sewage if it is not disposed of properly or if people do not practise proper toilet hygiene (cleanliness). If a PLUMBING  system is not properly maintained it will not be able to get rid of the sewage safely. For a sewage system to be properly maintained, all faulty (blocked, damaged, broken or worn-out) parts must be mended as soon as possible after they stop working correctly.

Diseases caused by germs:

Bacterial:

  • salmonellosis
  • shigellosis
  • diarrhoea
  • trachoma
  • melioidosis

Viral:

  • gastroenteritis
  • hepatitis A

Diseases caused by parasites:

  • giardiasis
  • dwarf tapeworm infection
  • threadworm infection
  • hookworm infection
  • strongyloidasis

These disease-causing germs and parasites can be spread:

directly by people coming into contact with sewage or toilet waste (this can happen, for example, when people walk through sewage which has leaked onto the ground from broken sewage pipes)

indirectly by people:

  • coming into contact with animals such as flies and cockroaches which carry the germs and parasites in or on their bodies. Dogs and cats can carry germs and parasites too
  • drinking water which has been contaminated by sewage