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We happily offer affordable, expert repair and installation services on all common household plumbing fixtures. Contact our friendly customer service if you don’t see your fixture listed or have a specific question about its plumbing.
There are quite a few things that can go wrong with a bathtub, including a leaking faucet, a damaged drain, malfunctioning door, clogged drain, faulty water jets, or broken fixtures. Each of the problems can often be repaired the same day…
Common problems people experience with bidets include leaky handles, tank water leaking into the bowl, clogged filter, water leaking onto the floor, plus defective faucets or inlet valves…
If your kitchen or bathroom sink faucet wasn’t installed properly, you’ll eventually run into issues. This is more common as of late, as faucets (namely kitchen taps) are increasingly more complex. Other issues include water leaking from…
In the kitchen, the sky is the limit! You can spend between $20 to well over $2,000 and the differences are night and day. You can buy a touch on or touchless faucet or choose from one or more other common features – 180- and 360-degree spout swivel, advanced/pull out spray nozzle, secure docking, and spot resistance. There are a lot of options when it comes to manufacturers too, including Delta, KOHLER, MOEN, Pfister, Kingston Brass, and dozens more.
In the bathroom, you have sink, bathtub, and shower faucets. All the same brands that make kitchen faucets make bathroom models; but unlike the dozen or so designs you can choose from for the kitchen, there are hundreds of styles of bathroom faucets. Colors are plentiful too, including black, brass, bronze, chrome, gold, multicolor, polished nickel, stainless steel, and white. There are tons of different shapes colors features that you can choose from when buying a new one. you have all of your favorite Brands, including Delta, KOHLER, MOEN, American Standard, Pfeister, Glacier Bay, and too many to list. Popular styles include single-handle, centerset, widespread, vessel, wall mounted, and touchless models. Prices range significantly and you can pay under $100 for an inexpensive model and well over $1,000 for a top-of-the-line model.
One of the most common reasons our plumbing team gets called out to fix a shower is for low water pressure. Sometimes there’s an issue with hot water, or lack thereof, having bursts of scalding hot water. You may also have a faulty…
When it comes to bathroom showers, you often can choose from an acrylic mold, pre-built unit, or custom-built to fit your space. Regardless of the type of shower you have, our team can quickly replace shower heads, faucet handles, or damaged drains. As with other types of bathroom faucet hardware, you have an abundance of options for the shower. This includes similar brands and colors; but unlike sink faucets, anything is possible when it comes to your new shower head!
Other than a faulty faucet, the two major issues with sinks involve a clogged drain and water leaking. However, you may be experiencing an issue with a stopper or plunger not functioning correctly…
Kitchen sinks range from 20 to 50 inches in length and can be purchased in a single-, double-, or triple-bowl. Also, similarly to faucets, prices range anywhere from $40 to over $3,000. Top manufacturers include Thermocast, Kohler, Moen, Swan, and dozens more.
Bathroom sinks come in all shapes and sizes, they can include a vanity or not, and they can be made in a variety of shapes – circular, oval, rectangular, square, and in specialty forms. When it comes to colors, you typically have beige, black, cream, gray, and white to choose from. Materials can include acrylic, ceramic, cultured marble, glass, granite, marble, porcelain, and several others. You can expect to pay between $25, and anywhere up, to $2,000 for a new sink (retail).
Utility sinks, often found in garages and laundry rooms, have an abundance of different styles that you can choose from; which are basically difference materials and overall lengths. There are even models of utility sinks that are designed specifically for bathing pets. If you’re simply replacing a broken garage or washroom sink, you will spend somewhere around a $100 to $250 for a basic model. But like so many other household fixtures, you can easily spend well over $1,000 for a model that has all the bells and whistles.
If your toilet won’t flush, you have a clog and need professional drain cleaning service. Other issues include water continuously running into the tank, weak, double, or phantom flushing, low water level in the bowl, whistling or…
Toilets, like so many of today’s standard household plumbing fixtures, have come leaps and bounds in modern years. Popular options include choosing the height of the toilet, the bowl size, whether it’s a dual-flush or single-flush unit, how many gallons per flush it produces, whether you want a wall-hung unit, and color. If you’re interested in knowing what retail prices are for toilets, you’ll typically spend somewhere around $100 to buy a standard toilet; but if you wanted to, you could easily spend thousands of dollars on your Sir Harrington.
If your plumbing repair is an emergency, follow these steps to help prevent and minimize any potential damage to your home. Step one, shut off the water. If you found that there’s a plumbing fixture causing significant water leakage, find the closest water source and turn it off by…
After you have turned off the water, it’s a good idea to check your hot water heater and to turn it off as well. Be sure to turn off your water heater after you’ve turned off the main valve to prevent any water welling up inside of the unit. If your water heater is gas powered, turn off the gas valve before shutting off the water source.
If dealing with a small leak, you might be able to patch it yourself by wrapping it in plumbers tape. If possible, wrap the pipe or leaking fixture with a rag and place a bucket underneath it to slow the water flow.
In the event that you cannot stop the water from leaking. Be sure to call a plumber immediately. By reaching out to a certified plumbing company as soon as possible, you can troubleshoot with someone over the phone to best minimize any potential damage to your home.
When replacing fixtures in your home, there are a few tips that you should keep in mind. Tip number one, compatibility matters. Before you go and buy a new fixture you should measure twice to ensure that it will fit in the space allowed for it. Taking a picture of the fixture will also help with…
Spend your money wisely. There’s a lot of truth to the old adage that you get what you pay for. Avoid purchasing the cheapest option as poor craftsmanship often leads to breakdowns, leaks, and frequent repairs. We also recommend that you stick to buying from larger brand name manufacturers, as they have reputations for creating quality products.
Don’t buy the first fixture that you like; instead shop around. There are a lot of places in most major cities where you can buy new plumbing and even refurbished plumbing fixtures. In addition to Home Depot and Lowe’s, there are many specialty plumbing stores and even liquidation centers that often offer better deals than the big box stores. If you intend to live in your house for many more years to come, you’re going to want to make sure that you’re entirely satisfied with your selection.
Narrow your search. There are a ton of options when it comes to buying a kitchen sink. For example, do you want a single, double, or triple basin unit? Do you want a black, stainless steel, or white finish? By asking yourself these types of questions before going to the hardware store, you will help to narrow down your search; ensuring that you buy the right fixture for your home.
Finally, you should take into consideration water usage of your new fixture. There is serious drought in many parts of the nation and by buying low flush or even modern faucets that turn themselves off automatically, you will be doing your part to help lower your environmental impact.
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If you’re having leaks or operational problems with any of your household fixtures, we know how to fix it and get it fixed fast. We arrive at your door with the right tools for the job, including minor replacement parts so that we don’t need to make a second visit. We’ll fix your plumbing fixture so that it runs like new or We’ll help you choose the right one fit your family’s needs. Contact us today to request an online estimate.
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