Your home's or office's water supply is often taken for granted. Washing dishes, bathing, and cooking require a steady supply of cold or hot water, and the only time you think about it is when it comes time to pay the utility bill. Your water heater and pipes require regular maintenance to avoid unnecessary stress and costs. Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning is standing by to perform quality plumbing, water heater, and drain cleaning services in Alpine, UT. Schedule a consultation with us today and restore your plumbing system back to a new-like state.
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Why Get Professional Water Leak Detection
Undetected leaks in water pipes can waste a tremendous amount of water, water that you end up paying for. Not only is there the expense of water usage to consider, there is also the problem of just where the leaking water ends up. At Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning, we specialize in giving your residential property a thorough investigation to check for signs of water leaks.
A complete inspection of the property and its piping system will reveal any potential dangers associated with leaks. If a faucet is leaking, it may not have anything to do with a gasket or valve. Instead, the problem may be an inordinate amount of pressure flowing to the outlet because of a snag or clog in the pipes. Locating this bottleneck and removing it will save water and money.
Drain line inspection also pinpoints any source of leakage from the pipes. This unfortunate situation can result in rotted wood flooring or sub-flooring. Leaks in delivery lines above floor level can lead to softening and weakening of interior framing, as well as sheetrock saturation. A regularly scheduled check by a professional plumber will keep this from happening.
Slow-moving water through the pipes, toilets, or water heater can mean insufficient pressure. This means flushing the toilet more often and running the tap longer for the delivery of hot water. A water line inspection will locate any potential problem and end up saving you a tremendous amount on your water bill.
Lastly, a drain line and water delivery piping system check will show whether corrosion is occurring. This is a huge problem in older structures with outdated plumbing systems. It's far better to discover the problem now, long before a pipe ruptures.
Signs You Need Professional Drain Cleaning
If the water pressure fluctuates constantly, the problem is most likely caused by a leaking water delivery main or air entrapment. Dirty or discolored water often means a ruptured pipe. Inadequate amounts of hot water from the boiler is often caused by particles trapped in the hot water pipes, instead of a problem with the heater itself. If you encounter these problems, it's time for a thorough drain cleaning. Pressure cleaning methods are safe, inexpensive, and do not damage the water lines.
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Does Your Water Heater Need Repair or Replacement?
Water heaters, whether powered by electricity, natural gas, or oil, all require constant attention. The most common signs of a failing water heater are a lack of hot water, moisture dripping from the unit, and dirty water being delivered from the heater to the faucets.
At Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning, our licensed and certified repair specialists will quickly locate the cause of a failing water heater. We also install new, energy-efficient tankless models that exceed government standards for energy use.
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Current water heater has some galvanized plumbers tape strapped around the heater which is not to code, or seismic rated. There is a concrete wall and I will drill some anchors into that and secure properly.
The shower in the upstairs loft is not draining. Also, the basement cloths washer drain and floor drain are not draining. I snaked the shower out 25â€™ and it did not feel as if I hit anything. I knew that I had to be in the main drain by then so I investigated further. I cameraed the drain line from under the loft kitchen sink and found that the whole loft isnâ€™t draining, not just the shower. With the camera I found and located a test plug located just below a drain stubbed out for a future sink in the garage under the loft. The wall needs to be opened up and the plug needs to be removed. On the basement floor drain I removed the drain cover and tried to snake it out. I hit something right away. I vacuumed it out and found a plug in the drain. I removed the plug and it is draining great now. The cloths washer drain however is still backing up. There must be another test plug in a test tee in the wall that needs to be removed. The customer is going to have their builder take it from
We will cut out the old hose bib and replace with a new one. We tried to rebuild the hose bib. However we could not replace the handle, because the grooves were stripped. So we ended up having to replace the hose bib. I cut a hole in the ceiling of the basement in order to access the hose bib. Then i cut out the old hose bib. They have 1/2 inch copper supplying it, i needed to solder. However the shut-off valve was not working. So i turned the water meter off outside, however i was still getting a little bit of water in the lines. So i had to put on a 1/2 sharkbit from copper to PEX. Then i ran the rest of the water line in PEX to the hose bib. After i was finished i turned the water back on and tested to ensure there were no leaks and to make sure the hose bib worked correctly. I then cleaned up and finished the job.
Elkay Drinking fountain with a bottle filler needs to be installed in the basement. Will need a P trap and an angle stop. Should take about 2 hours. Customer also mentioned that the built in drinking fountain in the main level is leaking slightly. Iâ€™ll have to take the bottom cover off of that and see what the issue is there and assess a $ for fixing it. Hang water fountain, add a p trap and one angle stop.
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