Hotels, assisted living facilities, and other commercial properties need a plumber they can trust to deliver outstanding commercial bathtub services. Mr. Rooter® Plumbing’s decades of experience mean that we deliver an unparalleled quality of service. With our upfront pricing model and ease of scheduling online, it’s no wonder we are Canada’s preferred commercial plumber.
Commercial Bathtub Plumbing Repair and Replacement
Many commercial bathtubs endure frequent use. That alone can lead to excessive wear and tear on plumbing fixtures and drains. Pair that with potentially poor water quality or lack of routine maintenance, and your commercial plumbing may wear out well before expected.
Mr. Rooter Plumbing is the local expert you need for all plumbing services related to bathtub plumbing repair and replacement. We begin each appointment with a thorough inspection of the issue. Then, we can explain all your options and help you make an informed decision. Once we have agreed upon a plan of action, we’ll put our 50+ years of experience to work, providing the ideal commercial tub repair or replacement for your needs.
Commercial Bathtub Plumbing Repairs
Tub faucets aren’t the only bathtub components that need attention from time to time. Hot and cold water supply lines can spring leaks; this often happens inside walls, making them difficult and inconvenient to service. Trust your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing to repair or replace failing water supply lines, no matter where they’re located.
Bathtub drains can clog frequently, as hair and other debris collect inside the drain. Routine drain cleaning can be performed by your in-house cleaning and maintenance teams. But deep, stubborn clogs require specialized tools and an expert’s touch.
Commercial Bathtub Plumbing Services Near Me
For on-time and on-budget commercial bathtub plumbing services, contact your local Mr. Rooter Plumbing. Call or request a job estimate online today.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the plumbing in a bathtub work?
Hot and cold water supply lines send fresh water to the bathtub faucet. Bathtubs with a single handle or knob rely on a mixing valve to combine the two water supplies to deliver water that’s the perfect temperature. If the tub is also a shower, a diverter mechanism stops water from coming out the spigot and forces it up to the shower head. The bathtub drain is connected to a drainpipe that takes wastewater to a sewer line or septic system.
How to use a plumbing snake in a commercial bathtub:
If the tub drain has a stopper, remove it. Then, guide the plumbing snake all the way down the drain. Pull the snake out and remove the hair and debris it caught. Repeat until the snake comes out clean. Then, reinstall the tub stopper.
How to fix a leaky bathtub faucet:
The most common reasons for leaky faucets are defective O-rings, stems, cartridges or washers, or a failing valve seat. However, the process to repair a leaky bathtub faucet depends on what kind of faucet you have. Your best course of action is to have a licensed plumber inspect the faucet and perform a repair.