Plumbing problems can cause major damage to your home not to mention daily routine. When you're in need of serious plumbing repair, seek only the best service that goes beyond that of the standard plumber. At Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning, we have the tools and experience to handle a variety of issues. Our leak detection services stop water damage before it becomes more severe. Extensive drain cleaning, and repair or replacement of damaged water heaters are just a few of the services we offer. Count on us for your all your Eagle Mountain, UT home plumbing, water heater, and drain cleaning needs. We guarantee your 100% satisfaction!
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Advantages of Water Leak Detection Services
Water leak detection spots leaks without the need for uprooting the soil and base of the home. This is done with advanced equipment that finds leaks and any damage they have already caused. Not all standard plumbers carry this advanced equipment, but we have the tools to give clients the security and peace of mind they desire.
Other benefits of water leak detection services include:
- Catching excess moisture before it causes hazardous mold.
- Preventing residents from using more water than necessary and running up utility bills.
- Averts sudden flooding in the home.
- Spots leaks before they lead to irreversible damage of the home's structure.
Do You Need Professional Drain Cleaning Services?
Simple drain problems can cause issues with the entire plumbing system in a home. There are numerous ways to tell when it may be time for drains to be cleaned. Recurring clogs are a problem common to sinks and showers. Trying to remove the clog is usually not effective enough without professional tools that can reach the source deep down and prevent future clogging.
Flooding is another major sign. Water may back up in basements or near floor drains. The drain may stop working and leave stagnant, contaminated water on floors or in your tub. Frequent foul odors coming from drains is also signals that they should be cleaned.
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Do You Need To Repair or Replace Your Water Heater?
When a water heater begins to function abnormally, it may be a sign that there is damage that needs to be repaired. If this damage is severe, the unit may stop working altogether and it will have to be replaced. When the damage is neglected, the problem will only get worse. If the unit is repaired repeatedly, these repair costs add up and it becomes more beneficial to replace the unit with a newer one.
Simple problems that require repair include leaking valves, loose fittings, and debris buildup. More serious issues that signify the need for replacement include corroded tank walls and large leaks around the base of the unit. A standard water heater should last from 8 to 12 years with normal use and proper maintenance.
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Michelle - Eagle Mountain, UT
Loved that when I called for a quote they were able to come the next day. I wish I knew more about plumbing prices to compare Valley's cause I found their prices to be kind of high. Spencer was awesome to work with and did the job quickly. overall I am happy with Valley's service.
Jazmin - Eagle Mountain, UT
Super quick response time from the initial call to finish. Friendly service technicians. No mess. I will definitely use them in the future!
Shower valve cartridges replaced
Ingrid - Eagle Mountain, UT
Neil was punctual friendly skillful and responsive to my concerns. Company sends out multiple reminders for the appointment so I knew someone would come on schedule. The job was done timely and satisfactorily. Thank you Valle Plumbing!
Water Pressure Fix
Aaron - Eagle Mountain, UT
Fast response and great install!
Rebecca - Eagle Mountain, UT
Chandlyr with Valley Plumbing was efficient and courteous. He even cleaned up my wood floors from the tracks he made! Highly recommend him.
The current PRV is old and making noises and needs replaced. I had to cut out a little extra drywall in order to attach the new PRV to the existing piping. The new PRV has been installed. I checked for leaks and found none. Also I got their pressure adjusted to 63psi
Down Stairs: We will rough in the down stairs bathroom. We will add an auto vent to the bathroom lavatory, and stub outs for the hot and cold under the sink. We will add in the waste and over flow drain to the customer supplied bath tub and install a Moen Positemp Tub/Shower Valve, and stub outs for the tub spout and shower head. We will stub out cold water for the toilet. The flange would be best installed in the finished stage. We will install a new drainage branch for the dog wash station. We will jack hammer the concrete to connect the drains. We will add an auto vent above the dog wash station and hot and cold water stub outs. Up Stairs: We will cut a hole in the floor to add in a p-trap under the customer supplied tub. We will cut a hole in the ceiling below the tub to work on the drain. We will add hot and cold water stub outs. We will install a Moen Positemp Tub/Shower Valve. We will add in an auto vent above the tub. We are not responsible for repairing drywall. We can and
There was a failed tee fitting on the hot water side off of the water heater. I removed the fitting and installed a new pex tee. I turned the water on to the home with no issues. There is a 90 day warranty on parts and labor.
I removed the drain cap and cleaned out the build up in the drain. I also removed a piece of hard plastic that was blocking half the drain pipe and was collected lots of gunk build up. The water pressure was also a bit low at 40 psi, the PRV was working just fine. I adjusted the pressure to 60 psi.
The work would include installing a tub spout with a diverter, replacing the cartridge and the trim as well. We ended up replacing the entire shower valve because it was the old Moen style and wasn’t gonna work with the trim kit that they bought. I attached the new shower valve to the existing piping, and I checked for leaks and found none. I installed the show trim kit as well. I had to cut open a hole in the wall on the backside of the bathroom so I could access the shower valve. An access panel has been put there. We are not responsible for drywall repairs. These new shower valves make maintenance easy because of the hard water that wears out shower cartridges. To prolong the life of all plumbing fixtures in your home a water softener would be recommended.