There is never a job too big or small for our trained, licensed technicians. Our plumbers are continually doing trainings on the latest techniques and equipment, so you can rest easy knowing that you'll always get the highest quality work from us. As your local plumbers serving all of Salt Lake County and Utah County, we have established trust within the community and take pride in the areas we serve. We strive to offer the best service possible at the greatest value. When you choose our skilled team, you'll receive a free plumbing safety inspection for your home with any service performed.
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Need to Find a Hidden Water Leak?
It may be months before you notice a water leak within your walls or underneath your home. Because these hidden water leaks are difficult to locate on your own, you will need to contact your plumber for help. We use the latest in leak detection technology to accurately pinpoint any leaks that have developed in your property.
Water Heater Problems?
Is your water heater tank leaking? Not getting any hot water at all? You may need to repair or replace your water heater. Make sure your unit is up to code with a professional inspection. The following are some of the most common water heater problems we see and how we can help resolve them:
- Lack of hot water: The most common issue with water heaters is not producing any or enough hot water. For gas-powered water heaters, this could be the result of a pilot light that is out. In this case, it's a simple fix- the light can just be relit. In more severe cases the heating element could be damaged beyond repair and require a replacement.
- Leaking: Depending on how severe the leak is will determine whether you'll need your unit repaired or replaced.
- Excess noise: If your heating element is making a lot of excess noise, it could be damaged and in need of a repair or replacement.
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Why Work With Us?
24-7 Emergency Service: When you have an emergency after hours, you don't have to worry. We are here to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your peace of mind and convenience.
Experienced Technicians: Our technicians not only have years of experience in the field, they are continually being updated with trainings on new techniques and tools. They take great pride in the work that they do and it shows in the finished product.
Honest, Upfront Pricing: We know you have options when it comes to your plumbing needs, and our upfront pricing makes that decision just a little bit easier. Your business means a lot to us and we repay you by providing excellent, reliable service at straightforward and upfront prices. We know you don't like surprises (we don't either), so we always give you a free estimate before we start any work.
Personalized Solutions: From the first phone call to the last handshake, you will always be treated with highly personalized service. Our caring, knowledgeable technicians take great pride in their work and strive to provide the most personalized service possible. We know that plumbing problems are stressful enough, and the least we could do is provide a hassle-free experience on our end that leaves no room for surprises and always lets you know your options.
The kitchen sink was clogged up with coffee grounds. The customer had already taken apart the p-trap. I snaked the line out roughly 75â€™ and cleared the clog. I put the p-trap back together, however, it does not fit correctly. The drain line is up to high to fit with the disposal so the drainage has to be forced together. I got it back together, and replaced one nut and gasket. It is not leaking, but I recommend keeping an eye on it. I ran water and the sink is draining great.
Kitchen drain line is clogged, I will disassemble the P-trap and snake the line with my drill snake. I snaked the line with my drill snake and it is now flowing clear. I noticed there was a leak on the bottom, down stream hub of the inch and a half, cast-iron wye. I cut out a section of the paneling and re-did the apparatus in plastic ABS pipe with a continuous waste set up.
We will repair the hall bathroom toilet; replace the fill valve and the supply line and the flapper in the TOTO toilet. We caulked the base of the toilet too the floor and schemed the base too stop it from rocking. In the master bathroom we pulled the toilet and replaced the bolts and wax ring with new supply line and caulking the base of the toilet too the floor. Test everything for leaks and proper function, everything is working great.
Large amount of paper product has been attempted to flush down the old toilet and I got stuck in the back of the horn. We are unable to retrieve the items as it was wedged in very tightly. We replaced the old toilet with a new western pottery round bowl toilet. We modified the existing installation as needed to complete the install. This included replacing the toilet bolts, nuts, washers, caps, wax seal, and water supply. We hauled away the old toilet to the dumpster. Installation comes with a one-year warranty parts and labor. Service membership line item took 15% off this invoice and will also take 15% off any future plumbing work that may be needed within the next year.
Kitchen drain leaks when running water. We removed drywall behind the dishwasher and behind the kitchen sink cabinet in order to diagnose the problem. This will be a minor diagnostic charge, which has been credited toward any repair work we may perform. 2â€ galvanized sink drain arm has a hole eroded through it and needs to be replaced with ABS pipe. We removed the p-traps, cut out the drain tee, re-used the auto-vent assembly, pipe the new drain, and connected the p-traps. We will also refer the client to Utah Disaster for water damage remediation, as per the client. Client expressed interest in Total-C. We replaced the left strainer basket, as the old one cracked when we disconnected the P-trap. When attempting to complete the water pressure check, we observed that the hose was still attached to the outside faucet. We attempted to removed the hose and noticed that the hose still had water in it, it was frozen solid, we stopped attempting to disconnect the hose. We then alerted