Wilson Plumbing has the equipment to take on even the most challenging jobs.
Our team has years of experience handling commercial plumbing needs, including:
- Sewer and Drain Cleaning – Whether it means cabling or water jet blasting, we specialize in cleaning debris-clogged pipes.
- Camera Inspections – Our state of the art video inspection service helps pinpoint the exact cause and location of pipe problems.
- Repair Service – We service, repair and replace water mains and sewer lines.
- Jet Cleaning – High-powered water jetting can save you costly property damage by clearing commercial pipes before problems begin.
- Complete Plumbing Services – Everything from water leaks to garbage disposals, trust Catons to take care of any and all problems.
Repairs and replacements
From a simple (or not-so-simple) drain clog to running new sewer lines to installing a new water heating system, we can handle any commercial plumbing repair you throw our way. And you can count on our team to give you sound advice about whether to keep repairing a system and when it makes sense to replace it.
Installation and new construction
If you need a comprehensive plan for a new building, or just want to update your commercial kitchen or bathroom, we can provide the expertise to scope out a plan and ensure that everything is properly installed and will meet your business needs and current code requirements.
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65 Perkins Lane
Campbellsville, KY 42718
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Common Plumbing Questions
Should I close and open the main water supply shutoff valve periodically?
Yes. You want to make sure they’re not stuck in the open position just when you have a water emergency! Do the same periodic check for the shutoff valves on your sinks, tubs, and toilets, too.
Why do I hear a vibrating noise in my pipes?
Noises can be fairly common in plumbing supply lines. If a washer in a faucet or valve is loose, you’ll hear it rattling or knocking. If the sound occurs when you open and close faucets rapidly, it generally means pipes are loose, and can be corrected by anchoring pipes more securely. If it really bothers you, you can add air chambers at the end of long pipe runs. Their installation will probably require a plumbing professional.
Why doesn't my old water heater work as well as it used to?
This is usually due to a sediment buildup in your tank. As water heaters grow older, they accumulate sediment and lime deposits. If these deposits are not removed periodically, the sediment will create a barrier between the burner and the water, greatly reducing the water heater's performance level. At least once every three months, drain water from the tank. Draining a gallon or so on a regular basis helps remove the sediment.
You should also periodically inspect your water heater burner. The flame under the heater should appear blue with yellow tips. If it’s mostly yellow, or if it’s sooty under there, your flue may be clogged, which is a dangerous situation. Contact a professional to check it out. At least once every two years, have your water heater inspected by a service technician. He or she will also check the drain valve for signs of leakage, and the anode rods for corrosion.