McKinstry’s Spokane office recently added drain cleaning to its list of integrated capabilities which includes plumbing, piping, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning), commissioning and energy retrofits.
McKinstry’s drain cleaning services include: drain inspection and location utilizing a rigid See-Snake (fiber optic camera) that detects plumbing issues before they become problems; drain cable cleaning; and back flow testing and repairs.
For nearly 50 years, McKinstry has provided high quality plumbing, piping and HVAC services throughout the Pacific Northwest, and is a top innovator of these services exploring new methods and technology. In February of 2010, McKinstry became certified Green Plumbers adding value to an already versatile and robust plumbing and piping offering.
States McKinstry’s VP of Service, Bob Frey: “The Green Plumbers training provides our plumbers with the necessary tools and resources to present multiple solutions to help our clients save water, energy and money.”
McKinstry’s whole-systems approach to plumbing and piping services enables the company to drive out inefficiencies, drive down costs, and eliminate waste and redundancy as part of its unique, integrated delivery methodology. It is through this method that McKinstry gains the knowledge capital to inform benchmarks for success and continued project improvements that deliver cost effective facilities that perform optimally overtime.
McKinstry (mckinstry.com) is a full-service, design-build-operate-and-maintain (DBOM) firm specializing in consulting, construction, energy and facility services. Our innovative, integrated delivery methodology provides clients with a single point of accountability that drives waste, cost, time, and redundancy out of the design/build process. We employ over 1,600 professional staff and trades people throughout the United States with operations in more than 15 states. McKinstry advocates collaborative and sustainable solutions designed to ensure occupant comfort, improve systems efficiency, reduce facility operational costs, and ultimately optimize profitability for “The Life of Your Building.”