It’s difficult to stay on top of what your employees or tenants are doing with the water in your building. But knowing what you can do to save water (and money) with the plumbing in your commercial property is important. That is why we’ve compiled a list of the top three ways to save water and cut costs at the same time. Here are some tips on commercial plumbing in Homestead Florida!
We’ve all heard about homeowners who collect rainwater in a tank that is used in their homes. It saves money, it is eco-friendly and the same principle can be applied to a commercial property as well. If your building has a big enough roof and you have a high demand for non-potable water, then this is an option for you. Collected rainwater can be used for urinals, sprinkler systems and laundry services. The uses of rainwater doesn’t stop there though. Any part of your business that requires non-drinking water can benefit from the use of rain water.
Leaking or worn pipes tend to go unnoticed because they aren’t directly visible. Leaking pipes don’t always mean that there will be a burst pipe, much like older plumbing doesn’t always mean that there is going to be a flood. But, ensuring that your plumbing is maintained adequately by professionals on an annual basis does guarantee plumbing longevity. Spend on commercial plumbing services in Miami because they are essential in keeping your properties in great condition. This preventative maintenance allows plumbers to repair leaking plumbing, replace old pipes and ensure that your system is in great condition.
Educate! Educate! Educate!
Conserving water doesn’t only mean investing in water saving devices, but translates into practice as well. Make sure that the tenants in your building or your employees are aware of the basic water conservation tips. Posters, reminders and short seminars often do the trick in commercial buildings. This way there is a better chance of you saving water and money in the process.