Plumbing Repair and Maintenance for Midlands Businesses
A broken plumbing fixture doesn’t have to be as large as a water heater to give you trouble as a business owner. Kay Plumbing provides commercial plumbing services that can arrive the same day you call and get you fully operational again before you know it.
Commercial Plumbing Problems Can’t Last Long
From no hot water or a sudden drop in water pressure to clogged drains or full grease traps, the plumbing in your business is crucial for daily operations. These issues are costly and may force you to close your doors until they’re resolved. Kay Plumbing offers same-day and 24/7 emergency services so you can get to the root of the issue and back in business as soon as possible.
Quality Service for Anything from Clogs to Fixture and Line Repairs
Clogs, drains, and drain cleaning
It’s impossible to keep every food scrap or grease and oil out of your drains. Eventually, they will begin to build up, especially as greases and oils rinsed out of pans or off dishes cool inside your pipes. It’s important to get a clogged drain resolved as soon as you start to see the signs, like slow draining or drains backing up, or when you find that you can’t unclog it yourself. The longer you wait, the more the blockage will build up and impact daily operations, and the harder it’ll be to fix. Kay Plumbing can also provide regular drain and grease trap cleaning to help prevent buildups and clogs.
Gas line maintenance and repair
Natural gas is an economical option for business owners and has many great benefits. It’s still highly flammable and dangerous, and it needs to be treated with due diligence. The best way to prevent unexpected issues with your gas line is to have it regularly inspected and maintained. If something does come up, you need to have it corrected immediately so you aren’t at risk of a serious gas leak or of needing to close your doors for a significant amount of time.
Leaky faucets & leak detection
The cost of a dripping faucet adds up on your water bills over the course of the year. The cost of multiple leaky faucets – or, worse, of a leaking pipe – will add up within just a few water bills. Professional plumbers can often resolve leaky faucets easily. If it’s a pipe leak causing the issue and you can’t locate it, we can use a fiber optic camera to get deep into the parts of your plumbing system we’d otherwise be unable to see. Once we identify the location of the leak, we’ll be able to fix it quickly and with an accurate understanding of the issue.
Toilet unclogging & restroom services
Your restrooms probably receive heavy use. Clogs will come up, and you don’t want to be down a bathroom or bathroom stall. If you haven’t been able to solve a toilet clog, it’s time to call a commercial plumber. We can bring specialized snake drains and plungers that are designed to have a stronger seal around the toilet hole so more pressure can be applied to the blockage.
Water heater repair
No hot water is one of the biggest issues any business could face because of its role in keeping your staff, property, and even guests hygienic. It’s a plumbing emergency that requires professional assistance immediately so that you aren’t forced to close your doors for an ongoing amount of time. Kay Plumbing has 24/7 emergency services, and we’re going to do our repairs correctly the first time so you’re operational again as soon as possible.
Fixture repairs and replacements
Sometimes a toilet starts running or a faucet starts leaking from its base when you turn it on. These can often be repaired easily by a professional plumber. But, eventually, your fixtures will reach the end of their lifespan. In either case, Kay Plumbing will diagnose the issue with your fixture and tell you the best course of action.
Why Work with Kay Plumbing
You already don’t need the stress of a plumbing problem. You want professional plumbers who know what they’re doing, who can explain anything you don’t understand clearly, and who won’t rush to make costly replacements for what could’ve been simple fixes.
Locally owned and operated
Kay Plumbing has been serving the Midlands for almost 15 years. We know how much work goes into operating a successful business and how important it is to meet our customers’ needs. Most importantly, we know that every business requires a different expertise. We listen to our customers, and we give them professional advice based on what they’ve told us. We’re clear and up front about what our services will entail. We have hundreds of reviews from customers who have been in your shoes and shared their experiences with us – you don’t have to take our word for our claims.
Easy & tidy installations
You have a business to run. Having something as intrusive as a plumbing fixture installation means you’ll already either have to close your business for a short period or pay for after-hours services. You don’t need any reason for it to be more complicated than necessary. Our work is done right the first time, and we clean up the mess plumbing inevitably causes to leave your business neat and tidy.
Same-day plumbing services
Your company is busy, and your schedule is hectic. When you make an appointment for a service, it needs to be met on time. Kay Plumbing can provide same-day plumbing services, and we’ll arrive at the time we agreed upon. You won’t fall behind on the rest of your schedule when you call us out.
What Are Our Customers Saying?
Customers for Life
"This by far is the best Plumbing Service in Lexington. There work ethic and detail to the job at hand, while being kind and respectful- make this company one of a kind. I am certain my family will be customers for life. "
- Haley H.
"They did a fantastic job of being upfront about costs and what to expect during the visit. They have a great plan you can sign up for to help with costs. Mike was extremely kind and professional."
- Ashleigh M.
Can't Go Wrong
"This company has installed and repaired a few things in my home and it was done right the first time! Colt is the name of the plumber who I highly recommend however, you can’t go wrong with any of them!! Great company and quality work!"
- Jay C.
"Matt and company did an excellent job replacing all our supply lines in our house from the quoting process to job completion. Communication was excellent.Everything was explained thoroughly. They showed up on time, use better quality supplies and even finished a little bit ahead of schedule.
- Geo H.
"Flushed out our tankless water heater. Very professional and very knowledgeable about his job. Answered all questions about service provided and the plan I signed up for. Will highly recommend to anyone needing a plumber."
- Brandon E.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I ask a commercial plumber before hiring them?
Whether you’re looking for small plumbing repairs or you need a sizable project completed, you’ll want to make sure you’re getting the plumbing services you need at the quality you’re expecting. Before asking a plumber to come out or signing a contract with one, think about asking some of the following:
- Do they charge a fee to visit your property and give an estimate for what you want?
- Do they offer any warranties on their work? If so, what kind?
- How will they charge you – by the hour, or at a flat rate?
Particularly in the case of a large or complicated project, how will they ensure plumbing staff and your people and property are kept safe?
- How much experience do they have in commercial plumbing services and/or with the specific project you need done?
These questions and more will allow you to set expectations and decide whether you’ll work well with the company.
Do I need a commercial plumbing contractor? What’s the difference from residential plumbing?
If you run a brick-and-mortar business, then yes. A commercial plumber knows what your business needs and how to manage the more complicated plumbing that comes with it much better than a residential plumber.
The key difference between a commercial and residential plumber is expertise. Even for a small business that doesn’t have the specialized needs of something like a restaurant, the plumbing is going to be more complex than a home’s plumbing because, more than likely, there’s going to be a lot more of it under heavier use. Additionally, different laws regulate residential and commercial plumbing systems, and you won’t be able to operate if you don’t meet commercial code.
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