Admiral Plumbing Services Blog

Avoid Commercial Slab Leaks at ALL Cost

September 13th, 2021

Here are a few questions that commercial space owners ask us on a regular basis:

  • What’s the most expensive commercial plumbing problem that can be found during an inspection?
  • Are there any commercial plumbing issues that can severely endanger the foundation of my building?
  • Why do commercial plumbers always check out basements and crawlspaces?

The answer to all of these questions is the notorious “slab leak.”

Commercial plumbing in Boynton Beach, FL is fairly simple when things are in good shape. We can ensure drains are not clogged, appliances are running, and no water is being wasted. We’ll fix leaks and even repipe a whole establishment. That’s the easy part.

The hard part of our job is when we encounter a building’s foundation that is in desperate need for repairs. This problem is called a “slab leak,” and it can be expensive to repair, as well as a necessary cost to keep your structure standing.

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5 Reasons to Upgrade Your Plumbing

August 16th, 2021

There are several reasons to upgrade your plumbing, but there are also several reasons why homeowners refrain from doing so. The cost is usually the biggest roadblock that keeps people from looking at new toilets or tubs, as well as the intensive process and the time it takes. You’re probably not too fond of people spending hours working on installing a new system in your bathroom if it’s not completely necessary, right?

Well, we’d like to start off by reassuring you. Upgrading your plumbing in Port St. Lucie, FL doesn’t have to take hours and it definitely doesn’t have to cost that much. The initial cost can be a hefty price tag for sure, but depending on the efficiency of your new toilet or showerhead, you might see savings that offset the cost.

Now that we’ve got your interest, let’s talk about why upgrading your plumbing can be a great idea!

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Four Basic Upgrades for Your Bathroom Plumbing

August 2nd, 2021

People use a lot of water in the bathrooms. This may make it seem quite difficult to save or conserve water. However, new and better plumbing upgrades are available in the market that can allow you to save water and cut down utility bills.

In this blog, we look at several ways to upgrade your bathroom plumbing in Port St. Lucie, FL. These methods can not only cut down your utility costs but are also good for the environment.

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3 Ways Your Water Heater Is At Risk!

July 19th, 2021

The water heater is one of the most important parts of your household, and, unfortunately, it is one of the most neglected appliances in most Florida homes. You should know that faulty water heaters are the top source of residential water damage in the country. Problems with your water heater are inconvenient, and water heaters in West Palm Beach, FL, can be very expensive to fix.

A ruptured or leaking water heater might not seem like it should be the top of your concerns, but it is the most common type of water heater system failure that homeowners in Florida can face. When was the last time you checked in on your water heater and scheduled maintenance or repairs for it?

This post will tell you about some of the most common ways your water heater is at risk to help you understand what you need to do before it is too late.

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Your Building’s Bathroom Needs Professional Help

July 5th, 2021

What would a commercial space be without a bathroom? Probably illegal, and borderline uninhabitable, but this isn’t a blog about legal problems. Your building or commercial space might technically have a bathroom, but it needs to be a safe, sanitary, and functional bathroom. That means you need a competent plumber on hand to deal with specific commercial problems that might otherwise run people away from your business.

Take plumbing leaks, clogs, and backups for example. If a customer enjoys your business but has a terrible experience with your bathroom that is outdated, unsanitary, and practically falling apart, then they might never want to come back. There’s very little you can do to convince a customer otherwise when it comes to commercial plumbing in Stuart, FL.

Luckily, our team can make demonstrable changes to your commercial plumbing system to ensure customers and employees are happy and healthy.

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The Unforeseen Costs of a Water Leak

June 21st, 2021

Water leaks aren’t always how they’re depicted in television and media. We’ve all seen the old cartoons where a pipe starts gushing water and filling up the first floor of a whole home. While yes, there are gushing, major leaks that can be a devastating problem, but these are rare and often the easiest leaks to deal with. In those cases, you can just simply shut your water off, call a plumber, and clean up the mess.

One of the hard aspects of water leaks can be detecting them and dealing with minor leaks that might not feel like they need to be addressed immediately.

First of all, we’d like to tell you that our team of plumbers in Boynton Beach, FL are great to have on hand even when you’re not sure about the service you need. And secondly, let’s talk about some hidden costs of water leaks that you might not be aware of!

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It’s Time for a Water Heater Replacement

June 7th, 2021

Welcome to water heater week! Well, it’s not really an official holiday yet, but it should be! Every so often, homeowners should take note of their water heater. It’s important to investigate things like the quality of your water temperature, the quality of your water itself, if you’ve dealt with any leaks, and even the age of your water heating system. Problems with each of these can point to signs that you need to replace your water heater, especially if it’s getting old.

Water heater replacement services can sound daunting, especially because homeowners don’t want to toss out their old systems if they still have a few years of good service left. So, when do you know that it’s time to replace your water heater? We’ll answer that and more down below.

Just make sure you have a professional’s number on hand for any issues with your plumbing in West Palm Beach, FL.

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The Hidden Cost of a Kitchen Clog

May 24th, 2021

A kitchen clog might seem like a common occurrence, but we want you to think about this type of problem. When your kitchen sink’s drain clogs up, you could start doing things and changing your behavior in ways that cause you to spend more money. For instance, having a clogged kitchen drain means you’re less likely to cook and clean, so you might end up ordering take-out for the whole week while you debate calling a plumber.

There are lots of hidden costs behind skipping things like calling for a plumber in West Palm Beach, FL. You might think you’re making a good financial decision buying your own drain snake and getting to work after a week of having your drain clogged, but you might be spending more money in the long run.

Let’s talk about some of the hidden costs that come with avoiding professional plumbing services.

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3 Reasons You Should Never Use Drain Cleaning Chemicals

May 10th, 2021

Your drains aren’t as robust as you might think. Sure, they’re usually made out of copper or PVC piping which is sturdy and strong, but those materials quickly corrode when you start pouring strange chemicals down them. Think about it—no material in this world is safe from the effects of corrosion due to harsh chemicals. That’s why we think it’s so important that we make a small PSA in this blog post about the negatives that come with chemical drain cleaners. Your drains and your personal health are at risk when you use them.

We understand the drive for homeowners to find any cure for their drain clog that isn’t calling for professional plumbing in Port St. Lucie, FL, but that might be a very bad idea. For reasons we’re about to mention, calling a plumber might be your best, most effective option when dealing with a clog.

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What’s Stopping Sewer Gases From Ruining Your Day?

April 26th, 2021

It’s no mystery why sewers are associated with foul odors. We see them in movies, TV shows, and we even read about them in books. While we like to think of sewer systems as completely separate from our homes, they’re really not. There are drains and other pipeline systems that lead directly into the sewer. Our home plumbing systems are like the veins that transport waste from our living spaces into sewer systems, so we need to start thinking about them as connected.

That being said, we get asked this question all the time. “Why doesn’t the sewer gas come up into my kitchen or bathroom?”

While the answer might seem simple, it’s a bit more complex and we’d like to explain why. We’re your go-to experts on all things plumbing in Port St. Lucie, FL and we’ll walk you through the magic of the P-trap!

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