Different Types of Plumbers

Service and Repair Plumbers

A service and repair plumber is the type of plumber you typically think about when your home or commercial business plumbing needs a repair. These plumbers receive technical training and have experience problem solving to solve the problem with the plumbing in your home or business.

Residential Plumbers

Residential plumbers are the plumbers you think of when someone tells you to call a plumber. They train and gain experience by working on residential jobs such as new constructions and new additions to homes. Residential plumbers are usually tasked and become experts at installing pipe systems in residential homes. These plumbers are essential in making sure that the water and toilets work in your home. They troubleshoot and install plumbing mechanisms in your home to keep your home running smoothly. It is recommended that you call a residential plumber yearly to come out and check your plumbing system.

Commercial Plumbers

They are responsible for installing, repairing, and maintaining pipes in commercial or industrial buildings. Usually, a plumber working only commercial jobs will not have sufficient training and job experience in residential service and repair. With a residential plumbing job, there are significantly fewer pipes and outlets to deal with. Additionally, there are in most cases only two floors that have to be dealt with in a residential job. In commercial plumbing, there are more sinks and toilets, and floors to handle. This could make the job more time-consuming and cumbersome than if you called a plumber to come to unclog your kitchen sink. Commercial plumbing is quite a bit more involved than fixing a leaky faucet or a simple pipe repair. Commercial plumbers put in extensive waste removal and water systems for large businesses. This could involve excavating trenches and laying pipelines that link the building to the local water main and sewage system. Commercial plumbers are also instrumental in the maintenance of the systems that they have put into place. Maintenance is an essential part of a commercial plumber’s job. Making sure that the plumbing works in a large office building is important because it could affect many more people than a plumbing failure in a small home.

JCN Plumbing Corp.

At JCN Plumbing we are trained and ready for any type of plumbing work. If you need our services, contact us for a free estimate at (305) 770-6860.