We specialize in All Things Plumbing! From snaking your sewer line, replacing your kitchen faucet, fixing a leaky pipe, we do it all! We also provide more specialized services such as Commercial Water Heater Installation, Trenchless Sewer Line Replacement, and full Re-Pipes.
The water heater gets quite a workout in most homes. Based on manufacturer’s suggested service life, the life expectancy of a water heater is about 8 to 12 years. That, of course, the unit design, quality of installation and the level of maintenance your unit has received.
If your water heater is more than 10 years old, leaks around the base of the tank, and / or works erratically or not at all, it probably needs to be replaced. In any case, Discount Plumbing can come out to your home and give you a fast free estimate. We can come out and determine whether we can repair the water heater or if it indeed needs replacement. Our plumbers can install both Gas or Electrical conventional water heaters.
Tank-less water heaters are a great alternative to traditional tank water heaters. Using advanced water heating technology, on-demand systems are manufactured for high efficiency (83-94%). Tank-less energy efficient hot water heaters can cut your current water heating costs up to half and conserve wasted energy spent on heating a traditional tank water heater. Tank-less gas water heaters are designed to ensure all of your hot water needs are met efficiently. They require less space, less service and less energy than old style tank water heaters.
several reasons for continually slow draining pipes and repetitive clogs. Video camera plumbing inspection shows the exact “root” of the problem whether it be root intrusion or crushed, cracked or misaligned pipes.
Sump pump is usually an electric pump that is placed in the basement of a home, and used to pump water from the basement to outside the house’s drainage pipe system. In some cases sump pumps are installed outside of the property mostly for rain purposes. Sump pumps normally work in combination with a sump pit which is a hole dug into the ground, generally in the basement of a house or in the subterranean parking garage, which allows water to collect into it. The pump then pumps the water out of that sump pit hole to the exit drain line. Sump Pumps are often used in cases where the house’s basement is below the water table level, and in places where flooding is common. When rain comes and the soil around your home’s foundation gets wet, that water can leak into the basement. And even just an inch or so of water on the basement floor can cause quite expensive damages. It’s critical for the pump to always be working however; otherwise the sump pit can overflow. So a backup power supply system is needed just in case the primary power system for the sump pump fails or is out for a long period of time. Many sump pumps actually come with built in backup battery supplies these days. The pumps usually get clogged with gravel, dirt, sand, and other debris carried in by the water from the sump pit. Too much debris will clog the sump pump and can make it stop working completely. Like other major household appliances, general maintenance on a sump pumps are usually needed on a regular basis.
When you experience a leak on your water system it’s mainly caused by the corrosion of your old galvanized which are grayish looking pipe lines.
There are several ways to check whether your water system is lacking pressure. Sometimes you may experience “water slow down” when taking a shower or washing your hands. It’s not always the old piping that can cause water pressure drop. In some cases the problem might be from the water pressure regulator. In order to avoid guessing, 911 Plumbing Services professional technicians can help you to SAVE MONEY, by pinpointing the exact problem and offering you an optimal solution that will restore your water pressure.
Benefits of re-piping your home include: Replacing your old and damaged galvanized water pipes with new clean copper piping is a good idea. Copper pipe does not corrode, does not rust, and once installed will last a lifetime.
After copper re-piping you will enjoy:
Copper re-piping may also let you take a comfortable shower, wash dishes, water the lawn, wash laundry, and use faucets and fixtures at the same time. Copper re-piping gives you great water pressure, improves delivery of hot water, reduces or eliminates plumbing repairs, and saves money on water loss
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