Mechanical Partners

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  • 10217 Plano Rd # 103

    Dallas, TX 75238

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  • 214-343-1105

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The five factors that most often drive the decision to upgrade plumbing systems are the components?? age, previous upgrades, severity of use, regulatory mandates, and increases in workloads of maintenance departments due to facility add-ons.

Generally, the older the plumbing system is, the more an upgrade will benefit its operational efficiency. If a building is 35 years old, the amount of deferred maintenance, including the need for replacement with more modern fixtures and piping, probably has grown to the point where operational costs are much higher than for more modern fixtures.

Areas of concern include toilets that use up to four times more water per flush than newer models, taps that discharge water at twice the standard rate, urinals that use too much water, and high leak rates.

Plumbing systems in facilities with high traffic levels ?? including transportation terminals, schools, hospitals, commercial and government buildings ?? experience more cycling per day, and components wear out more quickly. These high-volume sites can benefit substantially from upgrades, even if they are only a few years old. Older plumbing systems located in high-traffic areas clearly have the most to gain from upgrades.

Examples of upgrades that can deliver large cuts in operating costs are:

? converting from high gallons-per-flush (gpf) toilets to newer, more efficient flush valves

? converting from manual flush valves to automatic, sensor-operated models

? upgrading to waterless urinals

? converting to paper-saving dispensers

? converting from paper drying to air drying

? upgrading soap dispensers to reduce clogging

? upgrading faucets with lower-flow, hands-free designs.

Managers also must ensure compliance with regulatory mandates, including those in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and building codes, and those enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Finally, increasing a facility??s maintainable space ?? for example, more lab and research space in schools and more diagnostic areas in hospitals ?? undoubtedly adds to the maintenance burden related to plumbing systems that serve these new, more complex spaces.

... Ask me about a "Partnership Agreement" for your Corporation!

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The five factors that most often drive the decision to upgrade plumbing systems are the components?? age, previous upgrades, severity of use, regulatory mandates, and increases in workloads of maintenance departments due to facility add-ons.

Generally, the older the plumbing system is, the more an upgrade will benefit its operational efficiency. If a building is 35 years old, the amount of deferred maintenance, including the need for replacement with more modern fixtures and piping, probably has grown to the point where operational costs are much higher than for more modern fixtures.

Areas of concern include toilets that use up to four times more water per flush than newer models, taps that discharge water at twice the standard rate, urinals that use too much water, and high leak rates.

Plumbing systems in facilities with high traffic levels ?? including transportation terminals, schools, hospitals, commercial and government buildings ?? experience more cycling per day, and components wear out more quickly. These high-volume sites can benefit substantially from upgrades, even if they are only a few years old. Older plumbing systems located in high-traffic areas clearly have the most to gain from upgrades.

Examples of upgrades that can deliver large cuts in operating costs are:

? converting from high gallons-per-flush (gpf) toilets to newer, more efficient flush valves

? converting from manual flush valves to automatic, sensor-operated models

? upgrading to waterless urinals

? converting to paper-saving dispensers

? converting from paper drying to air drying

? upgrading soap dispensers to reduce clogging

? upgrading faucets with lower-flow, hands-free designs.

Managers also must ensure compliance with regulatory mandates, including those in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and building codes, and those enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Finally, increasing a facility??s maintainable space ?? for example, more lab and research space in schools and more diagnostic areas in hospitals ?? undoubtedly adds to the maintenance burden related to plumbing systems that serve these new, more complex spaces.

... Ask me about a "Partnership Agreement" for your Corporation!

Pros: great information sent to me

Cons: none

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I received these tips from one of their plumbers and thought I would share them with all of you : The five factors that most often drive the decision to upgrade plumbing systems are the components? age, previous upgrades, severity of use, regulatory mandates, and increases in workloads of maintenance departments due to facility add-ons.

Generally, the older the plumbing system is, the more an upgrade will benefit its operational efficiency. If a building is 35 years old, the amount of deferred maintenance, including the need for replacement with more modern fixtures and piping, probably has grown to the point where operational costs are much higher than for more modern fixtures.

Areas of concern include toilets that use up to four times more water per flush than newer models, taps that discharge water at twice the standard rate, urinals that use too much water, and high leak rates.

Plumbing systems in facilities with high traffic levels ? including transportation terminals, schools, hospitals, commercial and government buildings ? experience more cycling per day, and components wear out more quickly. These high-volume sites can benefit substantially from upgrades, even if they are only a few years old. Older plumbing systems located in high-traffic areas clearly have the most to gain from upgrades.

Examples of upgrades that can deliver large cuts in operating costs are:

? converting from high gallons-per-flush (gpf) toilets to newer, more efficient flush valves

? converting from manual flush valves to automatic, sensor-operated models

? upgrading to waterless urinals

? converting to paper-saving dispensers

? converting from paper drying to air drying

? upgrading soap dispensers to reduce clogging

? upgrading faucets with lower-flow, hands-free designs.

Managers also must ensure compliance with regulatory mandates, including those in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and building codes, and those enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Finally, increasing a facility?s maintainable space ? for example, more lab and research space in schools and more diagnostic areas in hospitals ? undoubtedly adds to the maintenance burden related to plumbing systems that serve these new, more complex spaces.

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I received these tips from one of their plumbers and thought I would share them with all of you : The five factors that most often drive the decision to upgrade plumbing systems are the components? age, previous upgrades, severity of use, regulatory mandates, and increases in workloads of maintenance departments due to facility add-ons.

Generally, the older the plumbing system is, the more an upgrade will benefit its operational efficiency. If a building is 35 years old, the amount of deferred maintenance, including the need for replacement with more modern fixtures and piping, probably has grown to the point where operational costs are much higher than for more modern fixtures.

Areas of concern include toilets that use up to four times more water per flush than newer models, taps that discharge water at twice the standard rate, urinals that use too much water, and high leak rates.

Plumbing systems in facilities with high traffic levels ? including transportation terminals, schools, hospitals, commercial and government buildings ? experience more cycling per day, and components wear out more quickly. These high-volume sites can benefit substantially from upgrades, even if they are only a few years old. Older plumbing systems located in high-traffic areas clearly have the most to gain from upgrades.

Examples of upgrades that can deliver large cuts in operating costs are:

? converting from high gallons-per-flush (gpf) toilets to newer, more efficient flush valves

? converting from manual flush valves to automatic, sensor-operated models

? upgrading to waterless urinals

? converting to paper-saving dispensers

? converting from paper drying to air drying

? upgrading soap dispensers to reduce clogging

? upgrading faucets with lower-flow, hands-free designs.

Managers also must ensure compliance with regulatory mandates, including those in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and building codes, and those enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Finally, increasing a facility?s maintainable space ? for example, more lab and research space in schools and more diagnostic areas in hospitals ? undoubtedly adds to the maintenance burden related to plumbing systems that serve these new, more complex spaces.

Pros: These guys really are the best!

Cons: not a one

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I am a building engineer for a prominant commercial property management company, I located Mechanical Partners, Inc. through this website & have to brag on their Service Division! From the lady who answered the phone who was so very polite as we discussed the problems I was having, to the professionalism from the time the plumber arrived & contacted me, until the repair was complete. He actually took the time and comunicated with me, advising the whole process. When he was finished I signed his paperwork & he presented a customer service survey. . . this company obviously cares about their image. The plumber left the work area claener than when he arrived, this, in todays times is almost unheard of. I'll give them two thumbs up and FIVE stars! I think I just found a new plumbing company!

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I am a building engineer for a prominant commercial property management company, I located Mechanical Partners, Inc. through this website & have to brag on their Service Division! From the lady who answered the phone who was so very polite as we discussed the problems I was having, to the professionalism from the time the plumber arrived & contacted me, until the repair was complete. He actually took the time and comunicated with me, advising the whole process. When he was finished I signed his paperwork & he presented a customer service survey. . . this company obviously cares about their image. The plumber left the work area claener than when he arrived, this, in todays times is almost unheard of. I'll give them two thumbs up and FIVE stars! I think I just found a new plumbing company!

Pros: Thumbs way up! service BEYOND expectation

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Their main business is now Plumbing & drain cleaning, but they still specialize in hydro-jet, sewer, vent, pipe, water conservation, drain, drainage, boiler, leak, cooling towers, use sewer cameras, have a see-snake, are better than roto-rooter, or drain doctor, and when you call drain dr., or A.O. Smith you will not get the service in the dallas metroplex like Mechanical Partners. You can compare to any of these and they will %^(& their doors off in service, and price: Watts, Zurn, Carrier, Trane, York, Goodman, Lennox, Axxion, Jay R. Smith, Josam, Wade. If you are working with greasy waste or a grease trap, call . Any welding, pipe-fitting, flack fan, exhaust, pumps, faucet, repair, in the Dallas or DFW Metroplex these guys can help. For new construction: heat trace, expansion tanks, heat pump, industrial, institutional, preventive maintenance, remodel, tenant finish, stoppages, installation, boring, leak detection, renovations, air conditioning, commercial, comercial, retrofit, trenchless, rehab, alpha, a, abc, dba, plumb right, pipe freezing, hot tap, live tap, master, tsbpe, filter, filteration, filtration, pvc, cast, toilet, urinal, sink, plumbing supply, plumbing supplies, hvac supply, hvac supplies, make up air, facility, building, retail, office, insulation, pipe insulation, controls, clean room, cleanroom, quality, value, safety, project, Mc Quay, project manager, project management, plant, central plant, specialty, building materials, fixtures, Kohler, concrete products, factory, factory service, hotel, C.A.D., APHCC, City Inspection, City of Dallas, solenoid, water treatment, construction management, A.D.A., T.A.S., ADA/TAS, bathroom, restroom, barrier free, water cooler, drinking fountain, storm drain, EMS, Energy Management Systems, vacuum waste disposal, and combustion services

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Their main business is now Plumbing & drain cleaning, but they still specialize in hydro-jet, sewer, vent, pipe, water conservation, drain, drainage, boiler, leak, cooling towers, use sewer cameras, have a see-snake, are better than roto-rooter, or drain doctor, and when you call drain dr., or A.O. Smith you will not get the service in the dallas metroplex like Mechanical Partners. You can compare to any of these and they will %^(& their doors off in service, and price: Watts, Zurn, Carrier, Trane, York, Goodman, Lennox, Axxion, Jay R. Smith, Josam, Wade. If you are working with greasy waste or a grease trap, call . Any welding, pipe-fitting, flack fan, exhaust, pumps, faucet, repair, in the Dallas or DFW Metroplex these guys can help. For new construction: heat trace, expansion tanks, heat pump, industrial, institutional, preventive maintenance, remodel, tenant finish, stoppages, installation, boring, leak detection, renovations, air conditioning, commercial, comercial, retrofit, trenchless, rehab, alpha, a, abc, dba, plumb right, pipe freezing, hot tap, live tap, master, tsbpe, filter, filteration, filtration, pvc, cast, toilet, urinal, sink, plumbing supply, plumbing supplies, hvac supply, hvac supplies, make up air, facility, building, retail, office, insulation, pipe insulation, controls, clean room, cleanroom, quality, value, safety, project, Mc Quay, project manager, project management, plant, central plant, specialty, building materials, fixtures, Kohler, concrete products, factory, factory service, hotel, C.A.D., APHCC, City Inspection, City of Dallas, solenoid, water treatment, construction management, A.D.A., T.A.S., ADA/TAS, bathroom, restroom, barrier free, water cooler, drinking fountain, storm drain, EMS, Energy Management Systems, vacuum waste disposal, and combustion services

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I got my toilet fixed right away! They were so helpful when I called them on the phone, and put me through right away! They answered all my questions, and were at my house the next day!

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I got my toilet fixed right away! They were so helpful when I called them on the phone, and put me through right away! They answered all my questions, and were at my house the next day!

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