Faucets, Fixtures and Garbage Disposals

Individuals often pay little attention to the plumbing system in their homes until something goes wrong. Unlike the HVAC system, for example, which requires monthly filter changes, the plumbing system functions with little human interaction. However, when a problem does arise, homeowners need help immediately to protect their homes and the occupants. Water can do a large amount of damage in very little time, which is why every homeowner should have a plumber they trust and can call in these situations.

  • Service, repair, replacement
  • Leak detection
  • Toilets
  • Kitchen faucets
  • Bathroom faucets
  • Tub and showers
  • Shower heads
  • Laundry boxes
  • Angle stops
  • Shut off valves
  • Hose bibbs
  • Sink drains
  • Garbage disposals
  • Water filtration systems

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Bathroom Upgrades

A person might call a plumber when they need fixture replacement. They have opted to upgrade one or more fixtures in the home and need help doing so. For instance, a person might become tired of the fixtures they currently have and wish to give the room a facelift by installing new ones. It may be that they are renovating the entire room and need a plumber to help them complete several tasks with fixture replacement being one of them.

Some homeowners opt to replace their existing fixtures to improve the efficiency of their residence. It doesn’t matter why a person is requesting a fixture replacement. Our team is ready to help.

Plumbing Repairs

When you are in need of a faucet repair, give us a call. We’ll determine where the problem lies and find the appropriate solution. We also handle many other types of repairs, including toilet and garbage disposal repair. Many times, the problem lies within the sewer. Thanks to advances in technology, a plumber no longer has to dig up the sewer line to find the source of the issue. Our team uses a camera to inspect the sewer line, diagnose the problem, and determine the right course of action to resolve the issue. We also handle bathtub and shower repairs along with water heater repairs. Regardless of what you need, our team can help.

Plumbing issues can never be ignored. Homeowners may feel they can tackle a plumbing repair without assistance, but doing so can be costly. Leave this work to the professionals and know the job will be done right. You won’t risk waking up to a few inches of water throughout the home or a toilet that won’t flush when you call on us. We are here to help in any way we can.

Plumbing Maintenance

Homeowners rarely carry out maintenance tasks when it comes to their plumbing system. They address a clog when one arises or install a low-flow fixture when they realize the water pressure in their home is too high and it is putting stress on their pipes. In addition, a homeowner may choose to install a water softener as they see hard water is doing harm to their plumbing system and their household appliances.

Men and women should consider hiring a plumber to run a snake through their municipal sewer lines every few years. Although they may not be experiencing problems, plumbers say tree roots often make their way into the pipes and the homeowner doesn’t know it until they notice the water isn’t flowing freely from the home any longer or their drains begin to back up. This can be prevented by having a plumber run a snake through the lines to remove obstructions before they begin to cause problems.

Every homeowner must know where their main water shut-off valve is, so they can stop the flow of water if a problem arises. This should be done as soon as a leak is detected because a leak of any size can bring about pipe corrosion at a rapid rate. Furthermore, the homeowner may also find they are dealing with significant water damage or mold if the problem isn’t addressed right away. The same holds true when it comes to exposed pipes. Never hang things from them, as doing so could loosen joints and fasteners.

After using your garbage disposal, always run water through the system for 15 seconds to clear any remaining debris. This helps to prevent clogs from developing in the line. Furthermore, know which items should and should not go through the disposal. For example, eggshells and potato peelings clog up the disposal and can lead to its failure. The same holds for pasta, which absorbs water and expands. This could lead to a clog further down the line that takes sewage away from the home. Use the trash can for all food items and reserve the disposal for small pieces that get past you.