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How to Find and Hire a Certified Plumbing Contractor

Hiring an experienced and certified plumbing contractor is crucial to ensuring your commercial property or construction project has safe, quality plumbing. Michigan requires all plumbers to be licensed, but it is important to do your research if you want the job to get done correctly.

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When to Involve a Plumber on a Construction Project

Plumbers are an integral part of any construction project team. They ensure functionality, quality design, and safety. At K&S Plumbing, we offer a full range of quality plumbing services for every stage of the construction project. From the planning stages to the regular maintenance after a project is completed, well-trained and experienced plumbers are a necessity.

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5 Steps to Stop a Freezing Pipe Disaster

As winter hits Grand Rapids freezing and bursting pipes are always a concern. With Michigan’s fluctuating and unpredictable weather, we never know when there will be a sudden drop in temperature.

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Will Your Building Pass or Fail a Disaster?

Your handy online dictionary describes ‘disaster’ as a “sudden event, such as an accident or natural catastrophe that causes great damage or loss of life”. In a commercial or industrial setting, you know with a fair amount...

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Keep Issues At Bay With Drain Cleaning

While there are no laws that mandate what to do in a low water pressure or water main break situation, employers must consider several factors including employee safety and comfort.

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Keep Issues At Bay With Drain Cleaning

Plumbing could quite possibly be the last thing you want to think about when it comes to your commercial facility, but you can prevent many plumbing problems by merely thinking proactively. You’ll save time and hassle when you schedule a commercial plumbing inspection...

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What Makes a PLumbing Emergency

The words “Plumbing Emergency” can be fearful ones for many homeowners and business owners. There can be health risks and extensive financial ramifications with not fixing crucial plumbing failures...

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Spotting A Ceiling Leak

A leaking pipe is always bad news in your home or business, but a ceiling leak is particularly worrisome for several reasons. Should you see a leak developing in your ceiling, make sure to call your Grand Rapids plumbing contractors...

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Sewer and Drain Maintenance Tips for Business Owners

As a new or established business owner, it can be devastating to ignore signs of needed maintenance for your commercial plumbing and need to fix a catastrophic leaking pipe or breakage after it occurs....

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What to Do About Clogged Drain Pipes at Your Business

As a business owner, a clogged drain can entirely interrupt your day, costing you and your employees lost work time, water damage, and even extensive plumbing repair bills. There are several steps you can take to avoid or handle a clogged drain in your restaurant, business or dental office plumbing system....

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Signs You Need Commercial Plumbing Repair

The sooner you schedule commercial plumbing repair, the less likely something catastrophic will happen. If you own a building, it’s your responsibility to make sure the commercial plumbing receives proper maintenance and repairs. Even a small leak can cause significant water damage over time, costing you money and productivity...

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Signs You Need Backflow Testing

You can’t install a backflow prevention device only to neglect basic maintenance. The only way to protect your building from backflow is to have your backflow preventer tested once a year. Our commercial plumbers in Caledonia MI are ready to answer your call and want to help you recognize the signs you need to schedule backflow testing before it’s too late...

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes in Commercial Buildings

If you have a commercial building that will be unoccupied this winter, you’ll need to learn how to keep pipes from freezing. Not only do frozen pipes clog your building’s plumbing system, but they can also burst...

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What to Do During a Natural Gas Leak

If you smell gas, you’ll need to evacuate everyone from your building before calling 911, your gas company, and an emergency plumber. Commercial building owners can be held liable for natural gas leaks, especially if someone was injured or killed...

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5 Signs it’s Time for Water Heater Replacement

Your commercial building depends on hot water for sinks, dishwashers, and other amenities. Fortunately, our plumbing contractors are able to recognize when a water heater is starting to fail and will soon need replacement. Continue reading to learn the 5 signs you need...

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Why You Need Plumbers for Gas Line Installation

Whether you need to install gas appliances or suspect a gas leak, anything involving the gas lines is not something you should ever do yourself. For the safety of you (and your tenants) it’s important you call a licensed plumber. Our plumbing contractors have the necessary training and experience to safely install gas lines...

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Why Commercial Plumbing Needs Backflow Testing

You expect water from your faucets to be clean and safe to drink. However, a slight fluctuation in water pressure could be all it takes to contaminate drinking supplies. Continue reading to learn how your commercial building benefits from backflow systems and why you should schedule certified backflow testing with our plumbing contractors...

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5 Signs You Need Water Heater Repair

Imagine not being able to have hot water for washing laundry or taking a shower. A functional water heater is vital to managing a commercial building, which is why it’s important to call one of our plumbing contractors when you first notice an issue...

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5 Benefits of Touchless Bathroom Faucets

We’re starting to see more and more hands free technology in public bathrooms, especially for toilets, soap dispensers, and faucets. Hands free faucets are activated by movement, which means they only turn on when they’re needed. Continue reading to learn how our plumbing contractors can help you save water and money with touchless bathroom faucets...

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3 Signs You Need Bathroom Faucet Repair

If you own a commercial building, you most likely have bathrooms on every floor. Since sinks and toilets receive more daily use in commercial buildings than they do in your home, it makes sense that they would occasionally need plumbing repair...

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5 Tips for Dental Office Plumbing

Plumbing is one of the most important aspects of dental office design. Whether you are starting your own dental practice or opening a new location, your first step should be to hire a licensed plumber. Dental plumbing must be carefully designed to encompass all the different ways dentists and dental hygienists...

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How are Residential and Commercial Plumbing Different?

Don’t just hire any plumber for your commercial building. Our local plumbers specialize in commercial plumbing, which is different than the type of plumbing you’ll find in your home. If you own a commercial building, hiring a licensed plumber will help you save money in the long run and give you peace of mind...

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How Heavy Rain Affects Commercial Plumbing

Is your commercial plumbing ready for the spring rains? The best way to protect your commercial building from water damage is to call a plumbing contractor the second you notice something is wrong. If your building has a basement, you may need a sump pump to prevent flooding. A sump pump repair can save you thousands...

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