Commercial New Construction Plumbing
Serving the Greater Portland OR Area
There are many factors to consider when having new construction plumbing installed in your commercial building. All plumbing being installed in new builds is subject to precise regulations and local codes. By hiring an experienced and comprehensive plumbing service, you will ensure your building meets all plumbing codes and has an efficient new plumbing system that will last for decades to come.
Commercial buildings have unique needs when it comes to plumbing, which may vary depending on the type of business which will be in the building. Restaurants and service businesses may require additional appliances or piping, whereas additional hot water heaters and other equipment may be needed for apartments or hospitality businesses. In order to plan for your specific buildings needs you’ll need to contact a licensed, commercial new construction plumbing service.
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New Construction Plumbing
New construction plumbing for commercial buildings is complex and requires a plumbing service with lots of experience. There are many regulations that must be followed regarding the sizing and materials of all piping in commercial buildings. You may have choices when it comes to the materials and type of plumbing that will be used in your specific building. In order to see what the best system for your building will be, you’ll need to speak with a plumbing service that specializes in commercial plumbing.
Aspects of Commercial Plumbing
A main water supply line will need to be installed to connect your building to a water service. This is most often a municipal water system near your property. A sewer line will then need to be installed connecting your property to the sewer system in your area. Other piping, lines, fixtures and appliances will then need to be planned for and installed in your building. This may entail the installation of specialized commercial plumbing equipment such as heavy-duty water heaters and washers.