Proximity Plumbing understands the expectations of its commercial clients and appreciates that there is never enough time in the day when an unwanted issue arises you want the job completed immediately and the tradesmen who arrive to be prepared and educated on the task at hand. At Proximity Plumbing we have built a strong family dynamic within our team; we appreciate that everyone has their strengths and weaknesses but as a team, we can solve any issue and constantly surpass the expectations of our clients.
Food outlets produce waste such as cooking oil, grease and food solids every day. Waste that is discharged directly into Flow Systems’ sewer can cause blockages, overflows and overload the wastewater treatment plant. By correctly installing grease traps and similar devices, plumbers can help retail food businesses manage and dispose of greasy wastewater.
With Proximity Plumbing you know you’re in good hands, we have 20+ years industry experience, all our tradesmen are fully licensed and constantly refining their skills with latest technology and industry insights. Our trucks are fully equipped with the latest tools and equipment to tackle the any Commercial plumbing requirement, whether it’s a private service or a large commercial complex.
Backflow occurs when water that has been contaminated or exposed to the atmosphere makes its way into the domestic water supply of a property.
The water that we drink at home has been through a process that removes any dangerous chemicals, bugs, etc. There are times however, where that supply can become compromised, resulting in contaminated water making its way to our taps.
Typically, back flow happens as a result of ‘siphonage’. Siphonage occurs in scenarios where there is a build-up of pressure at a given source, greater than the pressure in the pipes. Some of the common places that we see potential backflow risks are: