The last thing a homeowner wants to deal with is plumbing trouble. Adopting a maintenance plan is the best approach to keep complications at bay, but you could still run into issues from time to time. If you’re faced with plumbing problems such a clogged toilet, burst pipe, or garbage disposal repair, count on Valley Plumbing and Drain Cleaning to be your reliable plumber.
Our team of dedicated, experienced plumbers is equipped with the tools and means to diagnose and remedy plumbing issues of all complications. Trust us for your Pleasant Grove, UT home's plumbing, water heater, and drain cleaning services. Your 100% satisfaction is our goal and gratification.
Save on your next service when you access our exclusive online coupons and special promotions.
What Are the Benefits of Water Leak Detection Services?
Preventative care is just as important for your home as it is for your car or your own body. That is why when it comes to your water systems, from pools to plumbing, that you find leaks early with leak detection services. Consider these benefits of water leak detection services:
- Prevents damage: By detecting leaks early, you prevent the damage that they can cause throughout your home. Water leaks, even small ones, can lead to the softening of drywall, rotting of floorboards, and even damage to items you may have stored beneath or near the dripping water.
- Averts mold: Mold can be especially dangerous for your health, and it can grow in places you may not see. All it needs is a moist, damp environment, one that your leaking pipes will easily provide.
- Catch potential problems early: Small leaks can become something much worse if allowed to persist. They can also be a sign of a much bigger problem that has not made itself known yet. Leak detection services let you find and eliminate these issues.
- Thoroughness: Some do-it-yourselfers have the attitude that they should be able to manage all maintenance in their home, but without the training and equipment, a homeowner is unlikely to successfully check for leaks unless they put holes in their walls, floors, and ceilings.
When Do You Need Professional Drain Cleaning?
Clogged drains can be a serious problem and even cause unfortunate back-ups and smell in your home. Many homeowners like to think they can handle the unclogging on their own, but trained professionals know how to handle minor and major clogs in your system. So, how do you recognize you have a problem that requires a professional? Look out for these signs:
- Repeated clogging: Even after you've managed to clean your drain, the clogs just seem to keep coming back. That's a sign there is a problem that requires specialized tools and techniques.
- Multiple slow or clogged drains: This is a sign you have a problem with more than just one drain in your home and that the clog is likely deep into your water drainage system.
- Smelling sewage: This can be a sign of much more serious problems. While a sewage smell could possibly be a severely backed-up drain, it may also indicate a broken or damaged sewer line.
- Flooding: This is one of the more common signs of a plugged drain. When water begins to pool in your basement or in a room beneath a bathroom or other room with plumbing, you can bet that somewhere above the pooled water is a clogged drain.
Take a look at our reviews to see how we’ve helped other customers in the area.
Signs You Need To Repair or Replace Your Water Heater
Finding out your water heater needs to be replaced or repaired can mean a sudden cold shower or even the cause of some serious problems with your plumbing system. Early detection can help you prepare for replacement costs and avoid unfortunate surprises. That is why it is so important to learn the signs that your water heater needs to be serviced.
- No hot water: If you are experiencing unexpected cold showers, you may have a problem with your water heater. A professional can tell you whether the problem is simply a pilot light, power problem or if your heater needs to be replaced.
- Muddy water or sediment: Hot water that has become muddy or has pieces of sediment floating around indicate potential failure of your water heater.
- Unusual smells and tastes: If your water has begun to smell or taste metallic, your water heater is likely nearing its last days and is due for a replacement.
- Odd noises and water: If you are hearing strange sounds from your water heater or noticing leaked water where none had leaked before, your heater likely needs a check-up, if not a replacement.
for Pleasant Grove, UT
Shower valve repair
Robert - Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Great service. Came quickly and took care of the plumbing issue. Thanks!
Friendly, fast and job well done!
Kangaroo Zoo - Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Luis was personable from the start and very considerate of our facilty by wiping up any foot prints he left on the floor and sweeping/cleaning the area fixed. I continue to use Valley Plumbing because of people like Luis!
Sherman - Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
I asked for Neil on purpose. He came out the first time to resolve a flooded basement. He was easy to work with and provided the professionalism and expertise to complete the task. This time was not a big problem as before but the same superior results were accomplished.
Friendly & Fast
Iiferidr - Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Chandlyr was helpful and efficient again! Thanks Valley Plumbing!
Sandy - Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Will definitely use again!
The P trap on the urinal was rusted and had a hole in it which was causing a leak with every flush. I replaced all the pieces in the P trap and kept it all plastic to avoid it Rustin all over again.
Replace old hose bib
I replaced the existing faucet in the men’s restroom. The existing faucets handle had broken off. I replaced it with a new commercial faucet, reconnect the water lines and tested for leaks (no leaks found).
I removed a 12 year old water 50 gal heater that was leaking from the bottom. I replaced with it with a 50 gal slim. I added new water lines, new gas line, new emergency shut off valve and new expansion tank. I hauled away the old water heater.
On unit 22 we pull the toilet ran the camera spotted the problem areas. They were roots 10 feet inn and 25 ft inn. Then we ran the Jetter 40 feet in back-and-forth Until we got the roots completely out. Then we ran a camera again until we noticed there were no more roots. On unit 11 we pulled the clean out ran the camera but could not go more than 10 feet. I crawled under the unit and remove the ABS drain and put my camera directly in to the cast. We spotted route 3 feet inn and 10ft inn. We ran our Jetter 50 feet minimum back-and-forth until we got rid of all the root problems. We stuck a camera back in to double check and make sure all the route we’re gone. We’re successful in removing all the roots.