Starting a new business can be a stressful time with lots to think about. Consequently, it’s only natural to overlook some things. Ecoheat Plumbing is here to make sure that isn’t plumbing and heating. Whether you’re moving into a newly built or older premises, it is important to consider your plumbing and heating requirements, so you know your systems are up to the job and reliable. With many years of experience, our plumbers and heating engineers in Fulham can work with you to ensure you get exactly what you need from your systems and prevent unexpected issues.
No matter the size of your company or space, our team provides a full range of services. From repairs to new installations and upgrades, we complete all work to the highest standard. We are ready to give expert advice and recommendations, but we suggest using the following information as a starting point:
Warmth and comfort results in a happier work environment and employees will be more productive. As such, it pays to take the time to ensure you have an adequate and effective heating system. The size and layout of your Fulham premises, as well as the amount of natural light, will influence the kind of heating you need.
The plumbers and engineers at Ecoheat Plumbing have installed various commercial boilers over the years, ranging from 70kW up. We make sure your boiler can cope with the demands put on it, so you don’t have to worry about sudden breakdowns in the middle of winter.
Our team can also assess existing systems, carry out upgrades and keep boilers in the best possible condition with regular servicing. Overall, this saves your business money and reduces its carbon footprint, so we recommend arranging ongoing boiler maintenance as a top priority.
Commercial plumbing covers toilets, sinks, washing facilities and kitchens. These are all essential features of office spaces in Fulham, and you want to make sure they continue to work. Our plumbers can advise on the best solutions for your needs and provide any necessary repairs, upgrades or replacements. We also install systems in new builds.
The following are some key things to think about:
• Pipes need to be big enough so they won’t burst – you don’t want a flood!
• Any leaks or drips can cost you a lot of money in the long run, so make sure water isn’t escaping anywhere in the system
• If opening a new commercial premises, you’ll want to think about your plumbing and heating requirements at the building stage because this will mean lower expenses and less work when you take over the property
• Arrange for commercial plumbers to check all aspects of plumbing, including pressure levels, valves, drains and pipe condition, to ensure optimal performance and prevent problems