When it comes to plumbing services, the team at Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning is dedicated to getting the job done quickly and affordably. We understand just how fast plumbing issues will bring a home to a grinding halt. That is why our experienced plumbers are focused on pinpointing problems quickly with cutting edge tools and services. From annual leak detection services to plumbing emergencies, we are just a phone call away. Trust us for all your plumbing, water heater, and drain cleaning needs in Bluffdale, UT. We guarantee long-term solutions that leave you 100% satisfied.
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What Are the Benefits of Water Leak Detection Services?
An unseen leak is a big problem that can lead to some expensive issues within a home if not taken care of immediately. When these leaks are not detected early on and repaired quickly, homeowners will lose money every day they let the problem slide. In addition, they could face health issues as standing water produces mold and mildew throughout the home.
Aside from avoiding health problems, catching a leak early on can also help you avoid damaged property as leaks can rot wood, rust metal, and crack the foundation of a home. Regular leak detection services carried out by our technicians will also preserve the purity of your water supply and prevent any outside toxins from entering into the pipes.
Do You Need Professional Drain Cleaning?
The occasional slow drain may not be an issue in most homes, but all residents should keep an eye out for a few signs that it may be time to call in a professional. Primarily, homeowners should contact one of our plumbers if drains clog repeatedly or if they no longer drain as quickly as they once did. If multiple drains throughout the home all clog at once, it is most likely a sign of stoppage further down in the system that will require specialized tools. If you notice any sewage smells around sinks, drains, or the outside of the home, the outgoing pipes may be clogged and in need of professional cleaning.
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Is It Time To Replace Your Water Heater?
A water heater often accounts for as much as 15% of all energy consumption throughout the home, so you will probably notice serious hikes in your utility bill when they are no longer working efficiently. Issues such as a home no longer producing warm water could mean that any number of components within the water heater are no longer working correctly or that the settings must be adjusted.
Your water heater is also one of the most important aspects when it comes to maintaining the purity of your water. Any odd smells, colors, or tastes will require a complete inspection of the unit. Finally, owners want to begin thinking about replacing their water heater around the 8-year mark, especially if its efficiency has been on the decline.
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Jack - Bluffdale, UT
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Listen - Bluffdale, UT
We were in a bind and needed someone fast!! Valley Plumbing answered the call and were at our location within an hour!! They diagnosed and gave us a price quickly. Eric was awesome! Service with a smile and a very pleasant attitude! Price was great! We will definitely be calling Valley Plumbing again!!
The P trap in the kitchen has a few inches that could be raised to allow a better grade on the 2â€ line. This is not the best way to fix this, but will help. I think we will only be able to get the 2â€ line to level at best.
Backflow assembly was leaking and leaked into basement. Upon arrival, once water was turned on, the water was coming from the test cocks. Both test cocks were partially open and one of the plastic protection caps had blown off to saturate ground and leak into basement. Assembly seems to be fully functional. Closed test cocks and turned water on. No further leakage coming from assembly.
Toilet fill valve was not working properly, it was filling the tank to much and dumping in the overflow tube and also not shutting off properly. We changed out the fill valve and replaced the supply liner to the toilet with a new one. Checked the rest of the toilets in the building. I lowered the water level in the tanks a little bit to prevent future problems with running toilets.
Snake the floor drain that is in the mechanical room