Restaurants are a magnet for plumbing problems, and it’s no surprise considering the amount of plumbing equipment required to operate. In worst-case scenarios, restaurant plumbing problems can force the business to close temporarily if floodwaters or backed-up sewage gets into food storage areas, prep areas, or service stations. Not only could this get patrons sick by exposing their food to bacteria, but it can also lead to electrocution and slips and falls. We’re here to help prevent all that!
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