Kitchen Sink Repair

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  • Drain Cleaning
  • Sink Installation
  • Faucet repair and replacement
  • Ice maker water hook ups
  • Garbage disposal repair

We Specialize at Kitchen Plumbing Repairs and Maintenance If a problem occurs with your kitchen plumbing, call one of our professionals right away. We can remove clogs from kitchen sinks, drains, inspect your fixtures for problems, fix water pressure issues, or replace leaking or burst pipes quickly and efficiently.

To minimize the need for emergency plumbing services, we also offer routine annual maintenance visits for all plumbing systems, including those in your kitchen. During these visits, we will thoroughly inspect your kitchen plumbing pipes, drains, and fixtures for issues and make adjustments to minimize the need for repair calls in the future.

Faucet Repair

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  • Worn o-rings
  • Worn washers
  • Corroded or broken internal seals
  • Corroded or damaged valves or valve seats
  • Worn cartridges
  • Damaged or corroded internal hardware

Getting your sink faucet repaired is easy. Just call us and explain your faucet problem at any time. Our customer service team will coordinate to send you a nearby expert fast. This expert will arrive right on time with everything they need to find and fix your problem right then and there.

Faucets can break down or start leaking for many reasons, some minor and some surprisingly major. A dripping faucet usually indicates a broken o-ring or washer, for instance. At the same time, a leaking valve will need to be replaced entirely. Different types of faucets leak and fail for various reasons, too: single cartridges are more susceptible to corrosion on average than compression faucets, for instance.

Minor faucet problems are usually pretty easy to fix yourself. You can replace an o-ring or washer with a trip to a hardware store. Unfortunately, however, some other common reasons faucets break or leak can be tougher to handle. First, you would have to identify the problem’s source, which could be any number of faulty, worn, or broken internal components. Then, you have to disassemble the faucet, replace the part, and reassemble without making any mistakes.

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Garbage Disposal Repair

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  • Garbage disposal won’t start.
  • Disposal makes noise but isn’t working correctly.
  • Disposal is leaking.
  • Disposal reeks and the scent won’t go away.
  • Water won’t drain or is draining slowly through the disposal.

Is your garbage disposal broken? Can you hear the motor whirring, but nothing spins? Or does nothing happen at all when you turn it on? We provide all garbage disposal repair, replacement, and install experts. We are a team of professional, licensed plumbers. We take pride in the quality of service we provide and that we will work to find you the most affordable solution to your problem. Each plumber is expertly trained to pinpoint the issue, thoroughly explain our recommended fix quickly, and then at your request, get you working garbage disposal again.

You should always run cold water into the garbage disposal while crushing foods. Cold water sets oils that have been discarded. The water makes it smoother for the system to shred them. Garbage disposals also require frequent use to avoid malfunction.

Some disposals are connected to the dishwasher, which allows for self-cleaning. This spot frequently suffers from leaks as well. These issues can be fixed except for cracks in the body or interior lining of the disposal. If this is your problem, you will need to install a new garbage disposal. It can take a DIYer a lot of time to locate and make simple repairs, so factor that into the cost when choosing to handle the problem by yourself.

Every day there are hundreds of gallons of water flowing through pipes, fixtures, and drains in your home, and because of that, they can get clogged or start to show signs of wear and tear over time. When your plumbing system starts to fail you, it is essential you immediately contact a plumber so they can evaluate the current and potential damage and offer you further guidance on the plumbing repairs you need to consider having done.

Most of the items you put down the drain will remain unchanged from the time they go down the household drain or toilet. They don’t breakdown and tend to clog the wastewater system. The cost of maintaining the system will reflect on your utility bill. Grease is a liquid when it goes down but quickly hardens on the pipes. The oil accumulates on the canals and ultimately makes the pipe so small that even typical wastewater can not make its way through the system. That only leaves one way for it to flow.

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