Your plumbing system gets used every single day. Consequently, your pipes may be showing signs of wear and tear. With threats ranging from rust and corrosion to invading plant roots and damaged fixtures, your plumbing system requires routine maintenance and care. However, even the most proactive homeowner may find that their plumbing system is still suffering from chronic leaks and burst pipes.

We offer a wide range of services including:

Plumbing Service, Repair & Installation

  • Sewer Drain Repair & Installation
  • Sewer Drain Video Inspections
  • Backflow Prevention
  • Electronic Leak Detection & Repair
  • Water heater Service, Repair & Installation
  • Whole House Re-Piping
  • Waterline Repair & Installation
  • Minimally Invasive Drain Line Reconditioning
  • Water Treatment & Purification
  • Faucet Repair, Reconditioning & Installation
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • 24 Hour Emergency Service

Sewer & Drain Service

Signs of Sewer or Drain Problems

Your sewer and drains get used every day, and it can be a real problem when they back up or get clogged. Additionally, if your sewer line is leaking, you may experience flooding and dangerous contamination. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the warning signs that there might be a problem with your drains or your sewer line, before you experience a problem.

Signs you may need drain cleaning include:

  • Your water is draining more slowly than usual
  • You hear strange sounds when water drains, such as bubbling or gurgling
  • Chronically clogged drains
  • There is standing water in your tubs, sinks, yard, or elsewhere
  • There are water stains, puddles or flooding in your basement or crawlspace
  • You can smell an unpleasant odor

Backflow Prevention

What Is Backflow Prevention?

The water that comes into your home should always be a one-direction flow. Backflow happens when the water pressure in your plumbing system suddenly drops and the flow of water reverses, drawing potentially unhealthy water back into your home and contaminating your potable water supply. Unhealthy water from a variety of sources can enter your fresh water supply, including toilets, dishwashers, washing machines, landscaping water systems, and more.

It is important that you protect your water with a backflow prevention device. These devices are installed in locations where potable and non-potable water have the potential to cross contaminate. When backflow occurs, these devices prevent contaminated water from entering your fresh potable water supply.

Signs you may need backflow service include:

  • Water to be discolored, brown, yellow or even pink in color.
  • Water to have a bad Sulphur smell.
  • Water flow could be slow and / or interrupted.
  • You visibly see rust particles or sediment in the water.
  • Water has a bad taste.
  • Drains draining slowly or you notice increased water level in some drains and decreased water level in others simultaneously.

Electronic Leak Detection & Repair

If left undetected and untreated, a leak can cause serious damage to your home and property. In addition to water damage, leaking water or sewage can destroy landscaping, encourage mold growth, and can potentially contaminate your fresh water supply. 

Signs you may have a leak include:

  • Lowered water pressure
  • Pooling water in your basement or crawlspace
  • Water stains in your flooring, walls, or ceilings
  • Sounds of running water when taps are off
  • Pooling water or puddles in your yard, garage, or elsewhere on your property
  • An unexpected increase in your water bill
  • Hot spots on your floor
  • Increase in gas bill
  • Water heater cycling on and off more frequently
  • Running out of hot water

Water Heater Service, Repair & Installation

Your water heater provides your home with hot water for showering, bathing, dishes, laundry, and much more. When your water heater stops working or isn’t working as efficiently as it once did, it is frustrating and can affect your entire day.

Is a Tankless Water Heater Right for You?

Water heater technology has come a long way, and you no longer are required to have a bulky tank. Many people have heard of tankless water heaters, but are unfamiliar with what they are, how they work, or if they are an option for them. Even if you have a traditional water heater with a tank now, you may be able to upgrade your home to a tankless model that saves you space in your home and money in your wallet.

Tankless water heaters employ wall-mounted heat exchangers which heat your water instantly. They are not only smaller and more efficient, but they also save you money. Tankless water heaters typically have a longer lifespan than traditional tank models.

Whole House Re-Piping

The Benefits of Re-Piping Your Home

If ignored, compromised piping systems can lead to expensive, serious problems down the road. Problems such as flooding, water contamination, and property damage can be avoided when a home is re-piped. While whole house re-piping may sound daunting, it can be an effective, cost-efficient solution to problematic plumbing systems.

Signs your home may need to be re-piped include:

  • Discolored water as a result of rust or corrosion
  • Chronic leaks
  • Lowered water pressure
  • Extensive damage to your pipes as a result of invasive landscaping
  • Burst pipes
  • Flooding
  • High water bill
  • Bad taste or odor from the fresh water
24-Hour AC Service & Repair

24-Hour Emergency Service

Your plumbing system is some of the most-used systems in your home. When it breaks down, it can seriously impact the comfort of your home, and can even put you or your family at risk. When a system breaks down, you need help fast, no matter if it is a weekend or after hours. 

Signs of a Plumbing Emergency

Do you know when you should call an emergency plumber? When something goes wrong with your plumbing system, it can be hard to diagnose what is causing the problem, or how quickly you need to contact a repair technician. In some cases, like a flood, it is obvious to call an after-hours plumber, but in other situations, such as you don’t have any hot water, it can be unclear. Because problems with these systems can put you and your family at risk, it’s important to know when to call an emergency technician.

Signs you should contact our 24-hour service and repair technician include:

  • Flooding
  • The sound of running water when all taps are off
  • Excessive moisture in your home, or damp carpets
  • Bad odors which might indicate a gas leak or a fire
  • Your water heater is making strange sounds or won’t turn on

It can be hard to determine if your problem is an emergency, but if you are unsure, it is always better to call and speak with a professional. Some problems, like a clogged drain, may seem small on the surface, but this could belie a larger, more dangerous problem elsewhere