A sump pump is a pump used to remove water that has accumulated in a sump basin. Sump pumps are used where basement flooding happens regularly and to remedy dampness where the water table is above the foundation of a home. Sump pumps send water away from a house to any place where it is no longer problematic, such as a municipal storm drain or a dry well. A quality, properly functioning sump pump can be an important investment for keeping your business dry. Quality sump pump function is an extremely important investment for maintaining a dry water free business. Our plumbers at OCG Plumbing assess your business location and the area water table, recommending the best sump pump for your location. OCG Plumbing offers the following Sump Pump Services for Commercial Business:
Backflow prevention devices are extremely important to public health, especially for restaurants, food manufacturers and health clinics.
A backflow prevention assembly is used to protect water supplies from contamination or pollution due to backflow. In common water supply systems, water is maintained under pressure to enable water flow from the tap. When the pressure fails such as in the case of a burst main, frozen pipes or a sudden high demand on the system, the pressure in the pipe can be significantly reduced and allow contaminated water from the ground, storage or other sources to be drawn into the main potable system. By law, all backflow devices are to be tested and certified by a licensed tester once a year. OCG Plumbing has trained certified backflow plumbers well versed in all types of backflow prevention assemblies.
Backflow/Cross-Connection annual Inspection and Preventative Maintenance
Water supply protection has become such a major concern that water utilities are now requiring annual testing of cross connection protection devices. We offer a number of service agreements and annual inspection plans to keep your commercial plumbing systems operating efficiently and within government guidelines.
Hydro-jetting is a process that utilizes high pressure streams of water to remove build up and other debris in pipe systems and is often the first method employed to clear a blocked line. Hydro-jetting solves most common problems and with a little ongoing maintenance can keep lines functioning properly thus minimizing blockages that could result in a broken line.
This process should be a regular maintenance consideration for businesses such as restaurants and food processing facilities who are subject to extraordinary grease and oil by-product accumulations as a matter of course.