We can handle many important plumbing jobs around the home, including providing help during a plumbing emergency. Our services include everything from unclogging drains and repairing leaks to installing fixtures for a kitchen remodeling. Conservation minded, we can help you choose the most energy-efficient equipment available for your home, including water heaters, air conditioners and heating systems. We also specialize in low-flow fixtures and heat recovery systems.
Our plumbing services include:
Sewer and drain cleaning
In many homes, the main sewer line can become clogged over time. This clog can be due to normal blockages from everyday use or outside problems like root systems encroaching. Whatever the reason behind the clog, there is no question that a blocked sewer line is going to cause problems. The sewer line is what transports waste from the home to the city sewer system, so resolving the problem should be done as quickly as possible. While there are a variety of products on the market designed to help homeowners tackle clogs on their own, it is usually advisable to seek out a professional plumber or a commercial sewage company.
Well pump systems
While the inner workings are still—thankfully—invisible, your water supply is independent from the neighbor’s down the road. Each home has its own well from which to draw water. More than that, each home has its own electromechanical system for getting the water from the well to the house. At the heart of each system is a pump, and the most common types are jet pumps and submersible pumps.
Water conditioning and treatment
Water conditioning is the process of removing or altering minerals, chemicals, and contaminants from a water source.
Today, more than ever, there is a growing concern about our water supplies containing a multitude of contaminants such as chlorine, ammonia, chloramines, and many other harmful chemicals.
Applying the proper type(s) of water conditioning creates clean water that tastes good and is good for you.
Residential and commercial water heating
Like many other household conveniences, a good supply of hot water is only truly appreciated when it stops. And if it stops when you’re in the shower, this realization can arrive quite abruptly. Fortunately, it doesn’t happen that often. The systems that provide hot water are generally reliable and operate for years without a hitch… Even if you can’t make the repairs yourself,…
TemperaturePro can help!
Tankless water heaters
Tankless water heaters, also known as demand-type or instantaneous water heaters, provide hot water only as it is needed. They don’t produce the standby energy losses associated with storage water heaters, which can save you money.
Faucets (repair and replacement)
…Repair a leak around a faucet stem by tightening the packing nut or replacing the packing washer. Both are simple fixes. An unusually noisy outdoor faucet may be due to something as simple as a worn-out washer. To find out, disassemble the faucet from the outside, then check the condition of the washer. Buy this cool tool, a special faucet nut wrench, to simplify faucet removal under those hard-to-reach sinks. It works quickly and easily and you avoid backaches. A leaking frost-proof faucet can waste a lot of water, but fixes are simple, whether the problem is the faucet stem washer assembly, the vacuum breaker, or just a loose retaining nut.
Sinks (including utility sinks)
One of the most-used rooms in every home is the kitchen. Here we prepare and enjoy food, wash our hands and clean the dishes. The sink is crucial to cooking and cleaning, so it must be in working order. Out of all kitchen plumbing repairs, this is one that must be done immediately when you notice something is wrong. Otherwise, you won’t have a place to wash dishes and produce, or take care of other food-related tasks.
Do your dishes come out spotted and stained? Have you noticed a puddle of water on the floor? Does your dishwasher simply fail to start up? If so, you’re not alone. These three complaints make up the vast majority of dishwasher problems. But now the good news:
TemperaturePro can help!
Toilets (repair and replacement)
Your average toilet flush may handle a lot of natural waste – and toilet paper – but it isn’t designed to handle anything else. The best way to increase the longevity of your toilets and avoid annoying plumbing issues (plus lots of extra plunger time) is to keep all other waste and trash away from your toilets. … Maybe it’s time for some new rules around your house.
Tub and shower (installation and control valve replacement)
Remnants of dirt, debris, and soap that are not rinsed down the drain can harden on the surface of a bathtub or shower, forming a residue. Limiting the amount of residue is important because mildew often grows in areas where residue is not properly removed. Also, areas that are prone to water infiltration should be regularly inspected and repaired as necessary.
Washing machines and gas dryers
Without a washing machine, you may quickly find yourself without clean clothes and linens, forced to make frequent — and expensive — trips to the local laundromat or dry-cleaner. If your washer breaks, it’s probably worthwhile to have it repaired or replaced.
Your dryer saves you time and keeps you from having to hang clothes out on a line. Like your washer, it’s important to keep it in good working order.
The garbage disposal may be one of the most misused appliances in any home. Few people realize that garbage disposals are only designed to handle light food residue that is rinsed from plates and cooking utensils before they go into the dishwasher.
Mobile home piping, fixtures and water heaters
What is the difference between mobile home plumbing and plumbing in a site built home? There are some significant differences in the plumbing system of a mobile home that are a result of the method of manufacture. Mobile homes are not built to the same standards as site-built homes since they fall under different regulations. This accounts for some of the differences in the plumbing systems.
Thawing and repair of frozen pipes
Frozen water pipes are always a concern and a possibility during the cold winter months. Although there are various things you can do to prevent frozen pipes there is always a chance that pipes will freeze. If this happens, quick action to thaw frozen pipes can help minimize or prevent damage to pipes.