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Location: Fort Lauderdale Florida 33308 (Roof Drain Repair) Cause of Problem: Building was having water leaking due to broken drain. Resolution: A leaking roof drain pipe can cause major water damage very quickly. If the drain is left leaking for even a short period of time there is a possibility for mold to grow! By having a roof drain repair or even inspection to ensure there are no leaks may save you thousands in the long run. The design for a roof drain is to prevent water build up on flat roofs. If there was is not a roof drain, you risk the chance of rain water "pooling" up on the roof. The extra water may cause issues with your roof such as it collapsing! Most roof drains will look like a large dome with metal grate to allow rain water to flow efficiently yet block debris such as leaves from entering drainage system. In this particular situation the the pipe was leaking. Which was causing water to enter the building during a rain shower. The customer contacted Rhino Rooter for the roof drain repair. When the plumber arrived they found the 8" PVC by Cast Iron pipe connection was not sealed properly. The plumbers were able to remove a section of the pipe and repair the area quickly and permanently.  If you are having issues with your drains give us a call today at (954) 651-3229 in Broward County or (561) 717-8523 in Palm Beach County. [caption id="attachment_238" align="alignnone" width="480"] 8 inch pipe repaired.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_239" align="alignnone" width="768"] Hole in connection causing leak.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_240" align="alignnone" width="480"] Testing the roof drains.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_241" align="alignnone" width="600"] Pipe reconnected to the roof drain.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_242" align="alignnone" width="480"] 8 inch pipe repaired and secured.[/caption]...

Location: Boca Raton FL, 33428 ( Lift Station Repair and Pump Replacement) Cause of Problem: One of the Pumps and Control Panel not working correctly. Resolution: Summer time in South Florida means Hurricane and Storm season. Anyone that is local or has been here long enough will tell you. One minute it is sunny with blue skies and the next minute there is a torrential down pour. In this case when when the rains came in the storm system backed up. All the storm drains became full and started to flood the parking lot. The cause of all of this was due to the Lift Station that the storm basins connected to was not running. The pumps inside the wet well where not pumping. The Rhino Rooter Plumber found that the Control Panel the is the brain of the system was malfunctioning and not sending signals needed to engage the pumps. One of the pumps was completely "fried" from running continuously. Which lead to the Lift Station Repair and Pump Replacement. [caption id="attachment_225" align="alignnone" width="480"] New Pump to be Installed[/caption] [caption id="attachment_223" align="alignnone" width="480"] Old and New Pumps[/caption] [caption id="attachment_222" align="alignnone" width="480"] Control Panel and Wet Well[/caption] [caption id="attachment_221" align="alignnone" width="600"] Control Panel[/caption] Rhino Rooter Plumbers first stated off by replacing the Control Panel to the Station. The panel was all pre-wired off site prior to being installed for the specs that are required. The old Panel was removed. The new Control Panel was then installed. The Panel was mounted to the existing stand. Then the existing float switches were connected. Float switches are what sends signal to Panel on when to turn pumps on and off. One of the pumps was under sized and "burnt out". This pump was replaced with a larger and more durable pump. The Lift Station Repair and Pump Replacement was almost complete. The pump was connected to the discharge pipe, the pipe was a two inch PVC pipe. A new pump should have a...

Location Palm City Florida. Problem Flooded loading dock due to failed sump pump. Resolution Rhino Rooter was called out to a building with a flooded loading dock. When onsite there was over 6000 gallons flooding the parking lot. The water was up to 3 feet deep in some areas. The cause of all the was from a heavy storm that had moved in over night. A sump pump is located in one of the storm basin. The sump pump is to transfer water from the parking lot storm system to a retention pond located on the property. All excess water had to be removed in order to gain access to the pump. Rhino Rooter set up a transfer pump and hoses to remove all water from the storm system and transfer it to the pond. The removal of the water took over 5 hours. Finally the plumbers could work safely. Access was gained to the sump pump and it was found that the float switch was not working properly.  The pump was removed for inspection. Minor debris where cleaned from the bottom of the pump. when every thing was reconnected for testing it was found that the sump still was not working. The pump was removed again and the check valve for the pump was found to be stuck and not opening. The check valve was removed and cleaned. The system was re-installed and tested. All components where working properly at this point. At Rhino Rooter we are not just drain cleaners we can handle all your plumbing needs. Anything from a small leaking faucet to replacing you water heater we are here for you. We specialize in both residential and commercial service plumbing so no job is ever to big or too small. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment to have a Rhino Rooter plumber  resolve your plumbing issues call us at (954) 651-3229 in Broward County or (561) 717-8523...

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