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Plumbing Services

Residential & Commercial Plumbing

Complete Plumbing Services

Dependable Plumbing Repair, Installation, and Maintenance Services

Plumbing Repair Faucet and Pipe Fitter

Full Service Plumbing, We Do It All

Our plumbers are equipped to handle a full range of residential and commercial plumbing problems. 

Plumbing Repair
General Plumbing Repair Services
  • Leaky faucets
  • Leaky toilets
  • Leaky pipes
  • Laundry room services and hookups
  • Clogged toilets
  • Sump pump installations and repairs
  • Dishwasher installations and repairs
  • Garbage disposal installations and repairs
We Provide Full Water Heater Services
  • Repair

  • Replacement (New)

  • Installation

  • Maintenance

Sewer and Drain Services
  • Leak Detection and Repair

  • Sewer Pipe Relining

  • Sewer Line Replacement

  • Sewer & Drain Cleaning

  • Root Removal

  • Video Camera Inspection

Water Main Services
  • Water Main Installation for New Homes

  • Water Main Upgrades 

  • Water Main Inspection

  • Flushing Services

  • Leak Detection and Repair

  • Water Main Replacement

Gas Line Services
  • Gas Leak Repair

  • Gas Line Upgrades

  • Appliance Gas Connection Repair

  • Gas Line Installation for New Construction

  • Gas Appliance Hook-Ups 

  • Gas Line Inspection

  • Gas Leak Detection

Repair Services
  • Tankless Water Heater Installation

  • Gas Line Adjustment

  • Ventilation System Installation

  • Annual Maintenance

  • System Upgrades

  • Repairs 

Water Softening & Filtration Services
  • Whole-House Water Softener Installation
  • Magnetic and Electronic Water Softeners
  • Water Softener Maintenance
  • Water Softener Repair
  • Salt-Free Water Softeners
  • High-Efficiency Water Softeners
  • Under-Sink Water Filters
  • Whole-House Water Filtration Systems
  • Reverse Osmosis (RO) Systems
  • Shower and Bath Water Filters
  • Filter Replacement and Maintenance
  • System Troubleshooting and Repair

Remodeling or Building an Addition?

We Have Your Plumbing Needs Covered

We specialize in remodeling and renovation plumbing projects in old and newer homes and businesses. We handle projects of all sizes and budgets.

Repairs and Maintenance
  • Drain Cleaning: Clearing kitchen sink blockages and cleaning drains to prevent clogs and odors.
  • Leak Repairs: Fixing leaks in sinks, faucets, pipes, and appliances to prevent water damage and wastage.
  • Garbage Disposal Repair and Maintenance: Troubleshooting and repairing garbage disposal units, including jammed or malfunctioning disposals.
  • Dishwasher Repair: Addressing issues such as leaks, drainage problems, and inefficient operation.
  • Water Filtration System Maintenance: Servicing and replacing filters in kitchen water filtration systems to ensure clean drinking water.
Installations
  • Sink Installation and Replacement: Setting up new sinks or replacing old ones, including undermount, top-mount, and farmhouse styles.
  • Faucet Installation: Installing new faucets, including touchless or smart faucets that offer enhanced convenience and water conservation.
  • Garbage Disposal Installation: Fitting or replacing garbage disposal units to manage kitchen waste efficiently.
  • Dishwasher Installation: Connecting new dishwashers to the water supply and drainage systems.
  • Refrigerator Water Line Installation: Installing or repairing water lines for refrigerator ice makers and water dispensers.
  • Instant Hot Water Dispenser Installation: Providing near-boiling water on demand for cooking and hot beverages.
 
Repairs and Maintenance
  • Toilet Repair: Fixing issues such as running, leaking, or clogged toilets to ensure they function properly.
  • Shower and Tub Repair: Addressing problems like leaks, poor water pressure, or drainage issues in showers and bathtubs.
  • Sink Repair: Repairing or replacing damaged or leaking bathroom sinks and faucets.
  • Caulking and Sealing: Applying or replacing caulking around bathtubs, showers, and sinks to prevent water damage and mold growth.
Installations
  • Toilet Installation and Replacement: Installing new toilets, including standard, high-efficiency, and smart toilets.
  • Shower and Bathtub Installation: Setting up new showers and bathtubs, including walk-in showers, shower-tub combos, and freestanding tubs.
  • Showerhead and Faucet Installation: Installing showerheads and faucets, from basic models to luxury rain showers and thermostatic shower valves.
  • Bathroom Sink Installation: Replacing or installing new bathroom sinks, including pedestal, vessel, and vanity sinks.
  • Bidet and Bidet Seat Installation: Adding standalone bidets or bidet seats to existing toilets for enhanced hygiene.
Upgrades and Enhancements
  • Water Efficiency Upgrades: Replacing fixtures with low-flow toilets, showerheads, and faucets to conserve water and reduce utility bills.
  • Bathroom Ventilation Solutions: Installing or upgrading bathroom exhaust fans to reduce humidity and prevent mold growth.
  • Heated Flooring Installation: Adding radiant floor heating systems for added comfort in bathrooms.
  • Accessibility Modifications: Installing grab bars, walk-in tubs, and shower benches to make bathrooms safer and more accessible.

Plumbing in older homes presents a unique set of challenges that differ significantly from those encountered in more modern constructions. These challenges stem from aging materials, outdated standards, and wear over time. Here are some of the key issues:

Aging Pipe Materials
  • Galvanized Pipes: Common in homes built before the 1960s, galvanized pipes are prone to corrosion and rust, leading to reduced water pressure, leaks, and water contamination.
  • Lead Pipes: Older homes may still have lead pipes or lead solder, posing serious health risks through lead contamination in drinking water.
  • Cast Iron Sewer Pipes: Used extensively in the past, cast iron pipes can corrode and break down over time, leading to sewer backups and leaks.
Outdated Plumbing Systems
  • Lack of Shutoff Valves: Older homes may not have local shutoff valves for sinks, toilets, and other fixtures, making repairs more complicated and requiring water to be shut off to the entire house.
  • Non-Standard Pipe Sizes: Modern plumbing uses standardized pipe sizes, but older homes may have unique or non-standard sizes, complicating repairs or replacements.
  • Inadequate Venting: Proper venting prevents sewer gases from entering the home and allows wastewater to drain smoothly. Older plumbing systems may have insufficient or clogged venting.
Deterioration and Wear
  • Pipe Corrosion and Scale Buildup: Over time, pipes can corrode and accumulate mineral scale, especially in areas with hard water, leading to blockages and reduced water flow.
  • Tree Root Intrusion: In older neighborhoods, large trees can have roots that invade sewer lines, causing blockages and potentially expensive repairs.
  • Wear and Tear on Fixtures: Fixtures in older homes, such as faucets, toilets, and showerheads, may be worn out, inefficient, or prone to leaks.
Environmental and Health Concerns
  • Asbestos: Older homes may have asbestos insulation around pipes, posing health risks during renovations or repairs.
  • Water Contamination: Beyond lead, aging pipes may harbor bacteria and other contaminants, or contribute to water discoloration and unpleasant tastes or odors.
Code Compliance and Efficiency
  • Non-Compliance with Current Codes: Plumbing practices and materials have evolved, and older systems may not comply with current building codes, requiring upgrades during renovations.
  • Energy and Water Inefficiency: Older plumbing fixtures and water heaters are often less efficient than modern, environmentally friendly models, leading to higher utility costs and greater environmental impact.


Addressing the plumbing challenges of older homes typically requires a comprehensive assessment by a professional plumber who can identify and prioritize issues, recommend upgrades or replacements, and ensure compliance with current codes. Often, strategic upgrades can significantly improve the performance and safety of the plumbing system while preserving the character and value of the home.

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