Urinal Installation & Repair in Mesa/Gilbert, Arizona
Clean, functional urinals make for happy customers. That’s why dingy, leaky, or broken urinals can mean bad news for your business. If your urinals aren’t functioning properly, it’s time to get a professional to look at them. Get your urinals working the right way with professional urinal installation and repair services from Phend Plumbing.
We fix urinals with all of these problems and more!
- Low Pressure
- Poor Drainage
- Not Flushing
- Strong Odors
- Strange Noises
At Phend Plumbing, we offer up-front pricing and fast, professional work. Call us now to schedule your Urinal Installation & Repair Service.
How do you service a urinal?
We service urinals by first taking a good look at your urinal to determine the cause of the problem. Next, we’ll talk to you about the issue and make recommendations about any next steps. Depending on the outcome of our initial evaluation, we will make any necessary repairs to your urinal.
How much room do you need for a urinal?
To install a single urinal stall, you need an open space of 30 inches by 48 inches in front of the urinal. A wall-mounted urinal without a stall is approximately 24 inches wide and 40 to 45 inches tall.
How much does it cost to install a urinal?
The cost to install a urinal varies greatly depending on several factors. Sometimes, it can end up costing a significant chunk of money. The model of urinal you get, where you want to install it, and how many urinals you install all affect the price of installing a urinal.
Are urinals cheaper than toilets?
Urinals don’t tend to be cheaper to install when compared to toilets. Their installation alone can be fairly costly. Still, many businesses may choose to install urinals because they save on space, meaning their clientele can be in and out of the restroom quicker.
How do you fix a urinal drain?
If your urinal drain is clogged, the simplest thing you can do is try using a plunger to unclog it. If this method doesn’t work, a drain snake may do the trick. If you’re still having trouble unclogging a urinal drain, you should call a professional to come and take a look.
How do I adjust my urinal water flow?
Adjusting urinal water flow is a simple and easy process that almost anyone can do. Just find the shut-off valve on the urinal and turn it clockwise to shut off the water flow. If you can’t find the shut-off valve, it might be hidden behind a cap on the upper right of the urinal’s external piping.
Do any of these questions sound familiar? Maybe you even have some more! Sounds like you might need a professional plumber for your Urinal Installation & Repair. Give us a call at 480-388-6093 to see how we can help.
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