Inland Empire emergency plumber & drain cleaning service opens new office

Customers rely on Steel Plumbing & Drain Experts for quality service using the latest techniques and equipment. The company uses upgraded software to keep track of service calls and techs.

Rialto, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Steel Plumbing & Drain Experts owner, Raul Vecerra says that the company prides itself in the high-quality service it provides. The core philosophy is to build relationships one customer at a time. The service men are required to wear booties and use plastic runners to protect our customers’ homes. “Treat customers home as if is your own.”

In addition, the company helps keep customers informed and in compliance with changes in any regulations affecting residences and commercial customers. Many customers are surprised at the increased costs of replacing their water heater after the new regulations that took effect in April 2005.

In April 2015 a major change to the water heater market took effect that affected all home owners needing to replace their water heater. They require higher energy factor (EF) ratings on virtually all residential water heating products including gas-fired, oil-fired, electric, tabletop, instantaneous gas-fired and instantaneous electric. Tank less water heater already meets the new (EF) standards so there is no problem here.

What this means for homeowners is that they may face higher equipment and installation costs when replacing a water heater that will meet the new standards. How much more will depend on the type and size water heater that meets their needs and the new standards. Under the new guidelines the water heater may require more insulation to the water heater and the pipes and fittings.

It appears that there is little impact on most commercial businesses except for small office buildings and apartment complexes. Some smaller businesses, with low hot water demand, may elect to use smaller water heaters, but can still choose between residential and commercial water heaters.

Another specialty service the company provides, that has helped commercial businesses, is Hydro Jet preventative maintenance. This is particularly needed for an office or apartment building where debris such as waste, hair, soap and other debris can build up and clog your pipes. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” This is a great way to ensure that your tenants to not experience toilet or sink clogs and backups.

The company reports that the commercial side of their business is growing rapidly and they are expanding to meet the demand.

Contact Info:
Name: Raul Vecerra
Email: steelplumbing@yahoo.com
Organization: Steel Plumbing & Drain Experts
Address: 1260 North Fitzgerald Avenue , Rialto, CA 92376, United States
Phone: +1-909-333-9469

For more information, please visit http://www.mysteelplumbing.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300539

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