The plumbing in your home is the most critical aspect of your home. That’s why it is so important to make sure your system receives timely preventive maintenance and prompt repairs when necessary. When you are experiencing issues with your home’s plumbing, count on Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning as your go-to premier plumbing team. We are committed to providing first-rate plumbing, water heater, and drain cleaning services for your Cedar Hills, UT home. Your 100% satisfaction is our guarantee.
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Why Are Water Leak Detection Services Advantageous?
Water leak detection services are far more beneficial than homeowners realize. These services helps to spot leaks you may have been unaware of. This not only helps prevent extensive damage from being incurred upon your home, but it also helps lower your water bills.
Hidden water leaks are too small to spot with the naked eye. However, a trained professional has the necessary skill and tools to locate and treat them. These types of leaks are invasive to your home, and your wallet. Having timely water leak detection services performed in your home can help keep your home comfortable and safe while cutting costs.
Do You Need Professional Drain Cleaning?
A professional drain cleaning service is recommended for your drainage system at least once a year. However, if you experience the following signs, it is imperative you consider this service.
- Odd, foul smell from your drains
- Frequent clogs
- Backup in tubs and sinks
- Visible gunk in your drains
Our drain cleaning service will help you keep your drains in good working order while helping you discover problems in the system. This service also helps maintain the efficiency of your drainage system so that it continues to function at peak performance.
Find out what homeowners in your area are saying about us in the customer comments and testimonials.
Should You Repair or Replace Your Water Heater?
When your water heater is not performing as it should, we can thoroughly inspect the unit to uncover the source of the problem. Our trained professionals can provide you with the best options for your unit. As a homeowner, it is important for you to know the signs that your unit requires repairs or replacement.
If you notice any of the following signs, your unit may need repair or replacement:
- Rust and corrosion on the unit
- Temperature inconsistencies
- Little to no hot water
- Past its life expectancy of 15 years
- Requires frequent repairs
- Has a water leak
If your unit is experiencing any of these symptoms, call our professional team and we will dispatch a plumber out to your home immediately. Our plumbers can diagnose and remedy water heaters of all makes and models no matter the level of complication.
for Cedar Hills, UT
Terrah - Cedar Hills, UT 84062
Justin was friendly and did a great job putting in a kitchen faucet and getting a part out of my toilet that got stuck. They let me know in advance what time during the time frame they were coming. He let me know what he was doing and how much everything would cost before starting the job. I’m happy with the results. Thank you!
Terrah - Cedar Hills, UT 84062
The price they quoted me at the beginning was what I paid. They were honest, fast and did a great job!
Randall - Cedar Hills, UT 84062
great service. very professional. very knowledgeable, personally i like him, and got alone very good will ask for him next time
Thank you Trevor!
Liz - Cedar Hills, UT 84062
Trevor was pleasant and worked quickly. I was comfortable having him in my home.
Made it easy
Home Owner Plumbing Fail - Cedar Hills, UT 84062
Explained the problem so a inexperienced homeowner could understand. Fixed the problem quickly and left no mess. Personable and professional.
I replaced the current leaking 10 year old 50 gal Bradford White water heater with a new 50 gal A O Smith water heater. I also replaced the expansion tank that was full of water with new expansion tank. I also add new water flex lines ad re did the expansion tank set up with 3/4 inch brass fittings. I also added a new 3/4 inch ball valve emergency shut off above the expansion tank. I checked for both water and gas leaks (no leaks found).
There is a half inch copper line pipe coming from outside the home through the foundation in to the basement. Homeowner noticed some dripping from the pipe that was seeping in to his drywall and causing damage. I cut the pipe down and soldered in a cap to prevent any future leaking and damage to the home. I also added some silicone to the existing putty on the wall.
We will tie into an existing stack with a sanitary tee to complete the new kitchen sink drain. We will likely cut and set flange for the toilet. We may have to demo a small amount of concrete to move The existing shower drain to the right position for a tub. We will tie onto the existing stack in the bathroom to complete the lavatory drain. **1/10/23 I ran drains for the kitchen sink, lavatory sink, set the toilet flange, and installed the p trap and waste and overflow for the tub.
I cleared the clog in the kitchen sink by running my auger through the stack. I ran my auger the full 75 feet all the way to the end clearing any obstruction in my way. Sink is draining well in there does not appear to be any more clogs. Valley plumbing does not warranty drain cleaning
I replaced the faucet in the bathroom with a new customer supplied one I also replaced the filter cartridge in the shower. I installed both and ensure that they were both in proper functioning order before leaving. Valley plumbing does not warrantee the customer supplied faucet but does warranty the shower cartridge.