Plumbing is any electrical system that carries liquids for various uses to different places. Generally, plumbing employs hydraulic pipes, pipelines, plumbing fixtures, storage tanks, and other such apparatuses for carrying fluids. It may also be combined with other electrical systems to carry water or to carry other fluids. The plumbing system may also be a movable object like an aquarium, dish, sink, fireplace, pool and fountain. Whatever the use of the plumbing system is, it has to be properly installed to prevent accidents.

The main parts of the plumbing are the pipes and the fittings that are fitted in them. These plumbing equipment is made up of several elements like the pipes, the pipelines, the joints, fittings, valves and the packing. The various categories of plumbers include the private plumbers, commercial plumbers, in-home plumbers and public plumbers. All these different types of plumbers have their own ways of plumbing, hence they use different methods.

Private Plumbers: A private plumber is a person who installs and maintains the plumbing equipment at one’s home. They do not undertake complicated works like repairing or updating the plumbing system. Private plumbing is the best way to get your house in good shape without spending on any expensive contractors. Most common plumbing fixtures are the copper pipes, cast iron pipes, galvanized pipes and the polyvinyl chloride pipes. These pipes are quite strong and thus can bear any kind of weight.

Commercial Plumbing: If you belong to a big building construction company, chances are that you will employ a team of plumbers including the electricians, drainage expert, pipe fitter, water heaters, and plumber’s assistants. You may also have a separate department for maintenance. Basically, all the plumbers who work for different companies do their jobs from the same location. Their only job is to manage the plumbing systems of the building. However, there are commercial plumbers who perform specialized jobs.

Water Heaters: For your plumbing work to be efficient and timely, the plumbers you hire must have the proper tools and equipment. He must have reliable water hoses, pressure gauges, temperature monitors, and detectors. In addition to that he should also have a detailed knowledge about the various plumbing parts and their installation. For example, a residential plumbing work might require the plumber to drill-holes and install pipe joints on walls, floors and ceilings. On the other hand, a commercial plumbing job will require the plumber to install pipes under floors, ceilings, and walls. Commercial plumbers also have to do the repair of water leaks and rectify any damages that they find on the pipes.

Drain and Sewer Cleaning: It is always better to hire a skilled and experienced plumber so that he can safely remove the dirt and debris from your pipes and fixtures. These people also know how to cleanse sewers and drains properly. They also have the expertise to fix blocked pipes and fix drainage problems in order to ensure water supply to the residents of the building.