As a business owner, you have a lot of expenses to manage. Every month you have to pay for the mortgage or lease, utilities, business insurance, salaries, benefits, taxes, advertising, and other miscellaneous fees and expenses. With so many accounts to settle, you may think that it’s okay to deal with plumbing problems later.
Here’s why you shouldn’t wait to call on Rakeman Plumbing’s commercial plumbing contractors to service your property in the North Las Vegas, NV, area.
Unresolved Plumbing Problems Waste Money
Does your business have a constantly running toilet? If so, you could be flushing a lot of money down the drain. One leaking toilet can waste about 6,000 gallons of water each month, which translates to an extra $1,000 per year. If you have several running toilets, you could be losing thousands of dollars.
Say you have a leaky faucet instead. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a faucet that drips once every second will waste over 3,000 gallons per year, costing you an extra $500.
If you call our commercial plumbing contractors, we can repair your running toilets and dripping faucets, saving you money in the process. Or for more long-term savings, we can upgrade your old plumbing fixtures to newer, more energy-efficient models. The EPA claims that switching to high-efficiency bathroom faucets cuts your water waste by almost one third—and without sacrificing on performance!
Broken Fixtures Frustrate Employees and Customers
If you have clogged toilets or drains, sewer odors, or water temperature problems in your commercial building, you risk leaving a bad impression on customers—and your employees won’t appreciate your neglect of plumbing problems either. Keep employee and customer satisfaction high by relying on Rakeman Plumbing for speedy repairs.
Schedule a Repair
With the assistance of our experienced commercial plumbing contractors, your business in the North Las Vegas, NV, area can focus on work instead of your pipes. Call us today at 702-642-8553, or fill out our contact form online.