Running a successful business is all about keeping the customers happy. That means more than just making sure that your products are perfect, and your services are on target.
As important as those things are, keeping up the appearance and functionality of your physical business space is almost as important as what you do or sell in that space.
That means that leaky faucets, stains on the walls or ceilings from leaky pipes, and toilets and drains that don’t drain properly can be just as detrimental to your business as damaged merchandise.
A good commercial plumber and some plumbing know-how of your own can keep things running smoothly. I started this blog for business owners like you to learn how to handle some of the plumbing and maintenance problems you’ll face in your day-to-day routine.