Plumbing utility services can include any public utilities related to water, including sewers, domestic water supply, fire services, and storm drains. These utilities are vital for most residences and commercial buildings. Often times, they require heavy equipment to install, maintain and repair. WN Kirkland has the experience and equipment necessary to provide utility services for new facilities or renovations. Our licensed technicians are also on call to promptly take care of your emergency needs.

Sanitary Sewer Utility Services

Sanitary sewer services typically consist of servicing and repairing the main extensions to water and sewer supplies. They can also include the installation of municipal sewage and water supply systems. The service and repair of sewers routinely requires earth-moving equipment. That’s why it’s important to contact a trustworthy plumber who can perform emergency repairs quickly. Additionally, our technicians are licensed and bonded. This allows us to contract with government agencies.

Domestic Water Utilities

Domestic water is used for indoor purposes such as drinking, washing, cooking, and flushing toilets. These services generally involve connecting the municipal water supply to a building plumbing system. They primarily include the installation of piping made from materials such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC), ductile iron pipe (DIP) or soft copper. Domestic water services also include the installation of concrete precast manholes, force mains, and grease traps.

Fire Services

Fire services include the installation of fire mains. This involves tapping the municipal mains. This process may consist of just the underground portion of the work, but it can also include the marking and installation of fire hydrants. A complete package would include the use of concrete and asphalt to create a finished appearance. Our crews adhere to OSHA standards when installing and repairing fire mains.

Storm Drains Utility

Storm drains carry excess rainwater and groundwater from hard surfaces such as streets, sidewalks, parking lots and roofs. The components of a site’s storm drainage system can include standard underground detention systems and reinforced concrete box culverts, as well as specialized devices for improving water quality. The major components of a storm drain also include manholes and outlet control structures. Storm drains may include roof drainage systems, which require the installation of pipes. These pipes are often corrugated with corrugated metal pipe (CMP) and corrugated high-density polyethylene pipe (HDPE). Additional types of pipe used in storm drains include reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) and PVC.

If you are in need of utility services, contact the experts at W.N. Kirkland today!

Metal Builders, Inc. has done business with W. N. Kirkland for the past 35 years. During that time we have never had an unpleasant issue with them. Their people are extremely well trained and always go beyond what is expected. Mike Kirkland, the owner, has always taken a personal hands-on, approach to any job they undertake. He makes sure the finished product is exactly what the customer expects. I can easily recommend them to anybody that needs any kind of plumbing from a simple stopped up drain to a water or sewer main for a commercial project. They can do it all and do it the way it is supposed to be done. Simply put, they are the best in town.

Everette Matthews