We proudly offer a wide variety of plumbing services. If you find yourself dealing with serious toilet clogs, a broken water heater, or even a burst pipe, our highly-trained, licensed plumbers are able to provide quick and effective plumbing service.
Plumbing services we offer:
- Drain clearing and unclogging
- Burst pipe repair
- Toilet repair and replacement
- Kitchen faucet repair and replacement
- Water heater repair, installation and maintenance
- Garbage disposal install and repair
- Clogged drains
- Leak detection
- Leak repair
- Repiping service
Common Plumbing Problems:
Water leaks are one of the most common plumbing issues we receive calls regarding. Typically, these arise when they are least expected. If the issue isn’t discovered quickly enough, the damage could be severe. Most small leaks indicate a larger, underlying issue that should be detected by a professional plumber. Regardless of how small a leak might appear, reach out to us today to ensure your small plumbing problems don’t become big, expensive issues.
A clogged toilet can cause serious disruptions in your household. A clogged toilet may pose a health issue and cause damage to your home and pipes. There are a few early signs you can watch for. First, take note if you notice your toilet is draining slower than normal. This is typically the first indication of a problem. You may notice will take longer than usual for the water level in the bowl to drop and, in some cases, it may even drop lower than normal level due to the vacuum effect.
Clogged Garbage Disposal
There are many different reasons things can go wrong with your garbage disposal. Just like any other working appliance, your disposal cannot last forever. Typically, garbage disposals last around 8 -12 years. This will vary based on how often it’s used and how well it’s treated. Most people do not know what cannot go down their garbage disposal. At the very least, avoid putting pasta and coffee grounds down the garbage disposal.
A faucet, in the kitchen, bathroom, or anywhere else in and around your home—acts as a mini dam, holding back pressurized water until you lift or twist the handle.
According to the National Association of Home Builders, the average faucet should last around 15 years. Of course, they may start to leak before then. In some cases, the leak will start at the nozzle or at the base of the fixture. Once you’ve noticed that a faucet is dripping, try to make the repair immediately.
Stopping the dripping quickly will save you money and resources. The leaky faucet calculator provided by the U.S. Geological Survey reminds us that one drip every minute wastes 34 gallons per year!
Service You Can Trust
If you find yourself in need of a plumbing-related repair, reach out to us to get scheduled. Our team of highly-trained, licensed plumbers will be happy to rectify the issue for you promptly.