Apartment & Multi-Family Home Service
Services we offer for apartments and multi-family homes:
- Interior Polybutylene Replacement
- Water Efficient Fixture Upgrades
- Exterior Polybutylene Replacements
- Water Heater Replacement
- Pressure Reducing Valves
- Non Emergency Repairs
- Boiler Conversions
- Sewer Jetting
- Boiler to Water Heater Conversions
- Water Submetering
- Washer/Dryer Retrofitting
- Due Diligence Consultation
Locations We Serve:
- South Carolina
- North Carolina
At Greenlee Plumbing we offer a number of specialized services to apartment complexes and other multi-family homes. We are members of the Atlanta apartment association and take great pride in helping all of our valued customers to take advantage of superior levels of safety, convenience, and comfort inside their properties. As your #1 apartment maintenance supervisors and capital improvement managers we would encourage you to upgrade to more efficient plumbing systems, which will not only ensure optimal functionality, but will also add value to your building.
Whether you are looking to replace your faucet, toilet, or sink, require a new piping system, or want to take advantage of a more proficient water heater our licensed team of plumbing professionals will be happy to assist you. To read reviews and testimonials from other satisfied customers in your area, click here.
When is it time to replace your faucet or sink?
Although diminished water pressure, which is typically as a result of a buildup of minerals inside your faucet caused by hard water can cause problems, too much pressure will also lead to trouble. Hard water can leave unsightly stains on your faucet and sink and could also cause issues with your pipes leading to premature replacement. An again faucet can become damaged beyond repair due to increased water pressure and outdated sinks can crack and eventually leak if you are not careful.
What are signs that you need to replace your toilet?
- Age: Older toilets will lose efficiency and begin to require one repair after another. If this is the case the more cost-effective solution is to have the entire unit replaced.
- Constant clogs: This can be another problem with older units as they do not flush at the same rate as newer models. Replacing your system with one of our high-efficiency toilets will most certainly solve the issue.
- Inefficiency: A rise in your monthly utility bills will normally indicate that your toilet needs to be replaced with one of our high-efficiency models, as they will use less water and ensure a stronger flush.
- Cracks: Even a small crack in your toilet can start a leak that will only get worse over time and may cause massive floodwater damage inside your property. Install a brand-new toilet to circumvent this serious problem.
Why do polybutylene pipes need to be replaced?
Polybutylene pipes simply cannot withstand the test of time. They have been know to fail prematurely especially if water pressure is not properly regulated. Systems like pressure-reducing valves along with gate valves can help to lower the intensity of your water pressure and control its flow rate so that your new piping system will last for years to come.
Polybutylene pipes were made of a weak plastic used many years ago and has a tendency to disintegrate. Our professionals will come out and orchestrate professional repiping services to solve the issue. It may also be time for gate valve replacement if the particular situation calls for it, which will help to extend the longevity of your system.
What are signs that your water heater needs to be replaced?
If you notice a drastic change in your monthly utility bills it could be that you water heater is losing efficiency. As this system becomes older it will undoubtedly start to encounter problems. You may hear strange noises coming from your unit, which will need to be checked out by our professionals in order to determine what is causing the issue. The water coming from your faucets may also turn a funny color, due to heavy rust inside the unit.
Eventually the temperature of your water will begin to decline until there is a complete absence of hot water in your building. Our plumbing specialists will come out and examine your unit to decide if a new one needs to be installed. We can also take a look at your pressure-reducing valve to determine if that needs to be replaced. Extremely high water pressure can be very damaging to your water heating system.
For top-of-the-line plumbing services, call the dedicated contractors at Greenlee Plumbing at (678) 386-7513.