We service both gas and electric water heaters. In most cases, customers come to us with grandfathered units that are not exactly in code, because they have been there since before the code changed. Heaters need to be correctly sized for your home to maximize efficiency. We also recommend tankless heaters for those that have a higher demand for hot water, faster. When we replace water heaters, we take the connections all the way to the wall and bring the brand new piping out of the wall to the heater.
If your mainline is undersized, the old material is in bad shape or it has been repaired one to many time, We always recommended replacement. Replacement services include digging from the city water meter to center of the home where we tie it to supply the whole home with water.
Having issues with your shower? It might be your shower valve. The shower valve is the housing that holds the cartridge that controls your ability to run hot and cold water on in the shower.
In many cases, we recommend garbage disposal replacements. Once the disposal does not grind or spin it is recommended to replace unit as there is no repairing internal parts.
Fidelis faucet installations include adding new supply lines on the hot and cold emergency shutoffs, running the other end to the faucet, attaching the locking nut underneath the sink on faucet threads, and tightening the locking nut to prevent any unwanted movement on faucet.
Constantly running toilets can result in a higher water bill. If your wax rings go bad, they can cause water to leak out of the base of the toilet. We can replace wax rings, fit the flange which anchors the toilet to the floor, and rebuild internals inside the tank to prevent any leaks.
Our sewer services include running an augar through an outside clean-cut or indoor cleanout. We also can run a camera through the cleanout to detect any sags, clogs, or breaks.
Water Softener installation can consist of a number of things. If the home is pre-plumbed and the waterline, drain, and standard 110 plugs are all built into the home by builders, we can install directly. In other cases, we may also include cutting under water heaters, cutting open drywall, climbing in attics, or even digging from under the water meter to the desired location.