There is nothing wrong with wanting to save some money on your business. However, it is also important to cut corners. Unfortunately, this is often the case when people attempt to do their own plumbing. They either go too fast or do not know what they are doing.
Often, it is a combination of these two factors. In the end, this results in businesses often losing money where they attempted to save money. In this video, you will learn about common issues that arise when doing your own plumbing for your business.
Sometimes people attempt to save time by sticking several copper pipes through a single hole in the hall. This may seem like a time-saving endeavor, but it will cost you a lot more than time. Hot and cold water pipes can not be adjacent to each other. Otherwise, they will transfer heat between each other and render the water heating extremely inefficient. It will result in water that is neither hot nor cold. It could also run up your bill if the system has to work harder to compensate for this. To avoid such an issue, make sure to separate pipes and add insulation.