Plumbing Services For Commercial Buildings
Hello friends and neighbors! Welcome to Richland Public Health, your go-to partner for all your commercial building’s plumbing needs. Our Plumbing Inspection Unit is dedicated to helping you navigate the complexities of Ohio’s Plumbing Code and ensuring everything is up to par.
Our team, backed by certified Ohio State Plumbing Inspectors, works hard to ensure compliance for both commercial and residential settings. It’s not just about the professionals—it’s about you, too! We’re all in this together for a safer, more efficient community.
Choosing us for your plumbing inspections is more than a service; it’s an investment in your property’s safety and well-being. We don’t just check for functionality, we make sure your plumbing is efficient and compliant with the highest standards.
Ready to dive into plumbing permit applications? Our expert team is here to guide you through the Ohio plumbing code, so you never miss a detail.
Let’s work together for a safer community, one building and pipe at a time. Reach out to Richland Public Health today and let’s make a difference in your plumbing safety and compliance!
Richland Public Health has Residential and Commercial Plumbing jurisdiction in Richland County and Commercial Jurisdiction in Crawford, Huron, Knox, Morrow and Wyandot counties. We also do Commercial and Residential plumbing inspections in the city of Galion.
- Registration of all persons intending to engage in the plumbing installation business in the County of Richland.
- Issuance of plumbing installation permits.
- Inspection of commercial and residential plumbing installations for code compliance.
- Plans review and/or consultations with plumbing contractors and homeowners as required (see below for form).
Commercial Plumbing Forms
Plumbing Business Registration
This is the Plumbing Contractor/Service Provider Registration Application to perform installations as a plumbing business within the jurisdiction of Richland County and the Counties of Crawford, Huron, Knox and Morrow.
Plumbing Definitions & FAQs
The practice, Maintenance, Extension and alteration of all piping, fixtures, plumbing appliances and plumbing appurtenances within or adjacent to any structure, in connection with the sanitary drainage or storm drainage facilities; venting systems; and the public or private water supply systems.
WHO IS A PLUMBER?
A person who is licensed to install plumbing.
A person who works for another to learn the plumbing trade under the direction and control of a licensed plumber.
A person that is authorized to engage in the business of installing plumbing in buildings or other structures.
Anyone of a special class of plumbing fixtures intended to perform a special function. Included are fixtures having the operation or control dependent on one or more energized components, such as motors, controls, heating elements, or pressure or temperature-sensing elements.
Such fixtures are manually adjusted or controlled by the owner or operator or are operated automatically through one or more of the following actions: A time cycle, a temperature range, a pressure range, a measured volume of weight.
A person that is authorized to engage in or work at or supervise the trade or occupation of plumbing, but not engage in the business of installing plumbing.
The art or skill of a worker. The quality of skill. The product or result of a worker’s skill.
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