Although many of the services we provide are to private customers, we’re equally happy to offer them for local businesses that require them. As a result, we work with quite a few management and warranty companies, one of which called to inform us that Bath & Body Works needed a new sink pump. That’s where this project started.
While it is true that you should always consult a professional when it comes to any significant maintenance project, this is doubly true for anything related to plumbing. Do-it-yourselfers who attempt to resolve their issues with sinks, pipes, or toilets run the risk of overlooking factors and causing irreversible water damage to their business or home. Doing it yourself could end up costing you in the end.
In this case, we had to wait for the specific pump model to arrive before we could begin working. Upon its arrival, we were in touch with the Bath & Body Works store’s management, and we installed the pump on the same day.
Small businesses commonly use under the sink drain pumps to pump the drain water. This includes bar sinks, utility sinks, and dishwashers. So, a project like this is par for the course when it comes to doing routine sink-related maintenance. In the hands of a professional, a job like replacing a sink pump may look simple. But it’s essential that each component of the pump is connected correctly to avoid expensive, unnecessary water damage.