Mechanical Services


McClure Company is experienced in all styles and sizes of commercial plumbing.

From tank replacement to drain repair we can provide a wide range services to resolve all of our customer's domestic water needs. Whether it is installation, maintenance or repair of industrial plumbing McClure Company can design a program to meet our customer's site specific requirements. Years of experience combined with the very latest in tools and manufacturer certifications, make McClure an industry leader in commercial and industrial plumbing service.

Here are just a few of the expertise we have in commercial plumbing:

Also known as Cabling or Snaking – A heavy-duty cable with a steel head on the end is mechanically pushed through the plugged sewer line to break up an obstruction.
High-pressure water cleaning for sewer lines up to 12” diameter.
The sewer camera has a remote locator that allows the operator to determine the location and depth of the line. This exact positioning saves time and allows accurate estimates.
When the water meter is spinning, but there is no water apparent, it’s time to find the leaks. Leak detection is done by injecting gas into the water lines, then using the equipment to detect the gas leaks.
Pump out and maintain the systems that lift wastewater from below-grade sewer lines to the city sewer lines.
Repair or replace broken water mains and sewer lines.
McClure is experienced in the diagnosis and repair of problems with pumping and plumbing systems in multi-storied, city buildings.
McClure is certified to test, install, and repair backflow devices to keep water flowing in the right direction to prevent water contamination.
Design and install natural gas systems. Our designer works with your architect and contractor. Gas piping repairs.
Repair, replace, and maintain booster pumps to assure good water pressure for upper-level floors in high-rise buildings.
Install, repair, and replace pressure-reducing valves, which are used to regulate water pressure in water lines and booster pumps. Too much pressure can damage pipes.