A plumbing emergency can disrupt your business or organisation until the problem is rectified. Whilst we are available for emergency plumbing services, preventative maintenance can help avert most emergencies from happening in the first place. It’s also good to know you have an emergency plumber on call rather than having to ring around and find someone.
Plumbing and gas maintenance plans are essential to your business continuity plan. Reactive plumbing repairs means there is a higher risk of more damage occurring if something happens. Preventative maintenance reduces the risk of a significant incident such as flooding, repairing that small leak or replacing that old pipe before it bursts.
A maintenance plan also saves you money. The expense of replacing old or degraded components is considerably cheaper than the costs and damage that occurs after it has failed. It also reduces the risk of damaging other parts of the system.
Preventative maintenance additionally reduces business interruptions by identifying and assessing potential risks in your systems and putting a plan in place to address them, either by regular maintenance or replacement.
Preventive maintenance means the risk of a significant issue is reduced by:
- Ensuring all components are in good working order.
- Replacing valves, seals, anodes and other parts, as required by manufacturer service specifications.
- Identifying the cause of any plumbing odours.
- Regular inspection and testing of connections, pipes and hoses for any water or gas leaks.
- Recommendations on replacing or upgrading equipment or fixtures.
- Inspection of your hot water system for corrosion or leaks.
- Identifying and assessing potential risks in your system.
What does a maintenance plan cost?
As all businesses and organisations are unique, so too are your plumbing and gas needs. That’s why we offer a free onsite consultation, where we’ll review your water and gas systems, discuss your requirements and tailor a maintenance plan to suit your needs and budget.