You are not thinking about plumbing services until suddenly you discover a leaking pipe under your sink. It is just as unbearable to deal with leaky faucets and overflowing toilets. Such unpleasant plumbing experiences are liable to occur, and when they do, all that is required is a reliable plumber who will quickly attend to the plumbing problem, be it at your home or office. S & B Plumbing is here to provide the best possible plumbing repairs and plumbing products at the best possible value.
It’s hard to predict when you’ll need plumbing repair services and that’s why we make it easy to reach us when you have an issue like an overflowing toilet, burst pipes, slap leaks, and all other problems that can arise. We can also take care of your plumbing goals when you remodel rooms like the bathroom and kitchen. We handle jobs of all sizes from commercial and residential, and we welcome you to call us with any questions you have about pricing and timelines. If you need a reliable plumber, let our crew show you the quality services we provide.
Signs You Need a Professional Plumbing Services
There are some obvious signs that you need plumbing repair, such as a sink that is backed up or a clogged toilet. However, you should also look for signs that you need a professional plumber like reduced water pressure and sinks draining slowly. If you notice that the color of your water is changing to a rusty color, you should call in the experts to do a complete inspection.
We offer everything from basic plumbing repairs to garbage disposals to shower valves to toilets. Our complete re-piping services are exceptional and our bathroom and kitchen remodeling techniques will add value to your home. Sewer and drain cleaning is also a specialty of ours, and we are highly skilled when it comes to hot water heater installation and repair. If you have a slab leak, don’t hesitate to call in our experts because we know that this is a job that needs to be done with attention to detail.
We Offer a Full Range of Residential and Commercial Plumbing Services Such as:
- toilets, tub valves, and shower valves
- faucets and sinks
- garbage disposals
Sewer & Drain Cleaning
- Sewer line repair and cleaning
- Unclogged blockages
- Sewer line replacement
- single-family houses
- apartment complexes
Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling
- kitchen remodels and bathroom remodels
- shower replacement
- new fixture installations
Hot Water Heater Repair, Installation and Replacement
- gas water heaters and electric water heaters
- commercial and residential
- Detection and repair
What is Wrong with Your Plumbing?
It’s merely a matter of time before you need plumbing services and eventually something will go wrong at your home or business. Even the best maintained systems eventually succumb to age, loose connections, leaks, clogs and other issues. How do you recognize plumbing problems? Here are the most common plumbing problems to look for:
Reduced Water Pressure
Now this can mean many different things depending on your plumbing, but most of the time it is a water pipe leak either inside your home or in the main water line.
Your Kitchen Sink Backs Up
Does your sink back up with water especially when you run the dishwasher? You have a clog in your kitchen drain that needs to be cleared
Sure you probably have a faucet that drips all day. It’s easy to ignore but you are wasting water and your water bill goes up with each drop.
A running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons per day! That is a lot of water being wasted and is very costly on your water bill.
A toilet will back up if large item was flushed down the toilet or if there is a buildup of waste. This can be an unpleasant problem to deal with.
Garbage Disposal Problems
Grease, potato peels, egg shells, bones, and vegetables can easily cause problems with your disposal. These are items you never put into a garbage disposal.
Rusty Colored Water
Turn on your tap only to have brown colored water come out. The most common reason is a rusty pipe. As pipes age the pressure of water can wear down the inner walls of a water pipe and flush it out as the tap is turned on.