Bradenton Plumbing offers comprehensive plumbing repair services from drain cleaning to the full house re-piping.
Our Plumbing Repair Services
If you’re like many other homeowners, then chances are you take your home’s plumbing for granted. In fact, you might not think about plumbing at all until something goes wrong. So many of your daily household activities rely on plumbing that whenever a problem pops up, it can throw your entire routine into disarray.
Whenever you need plumbing repair, whether it’s a leaky faucet, a drain clog or even whole house repipe, you can count on us to provide quality service with fast turnaround times. The benefits of letting seasoned experts handle your plumbing repair speak for themselves:
We’ve been in the plumbing industry for years and seen more than our fair share of plumbing issues. Make us your first choice when it comes to plumbing repair.
Whole House Re-pipe
The older your home’s plumbing gets, the more trouble you’re likely to run into. That’s especially true for homes with copper or cast-iron pipes. These pipes can become corroded with time and use. Old and corroded pipes not only cause leaks that could lead to water damage throughout your home, but also contaminate the water you drink, bathe and wash with.
Depending on how old and corroded your pipes are, you may be better off having a whole house re-pipe done. The whole process involves replacing all of the pipes in your home, usually with a durable and long-lasting solution like PEX piping. Most jobs of this nature take a few days to complete, depending on your home’s size.
A whole house re-pipe isn’t as intrusive as you think. While our technicians may need to remove a small amount of drywall or flooring, we try to make the process as discrete as possible. Costs for this service depend on your home’s size, among other factors.
The words “whole house re-pipe” can strike fear into any homeowner’s heart. However, there’s little you’ll need to worry about. Our technicians know what it takes to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
Drain Clogs Cleaning
Drain clogs can be a pain to deal with. Not only do they slow your plumbing down, but a bad enough clog can bring your entire plumbing system to a halt. Drain clogs can even cause nasty grey water, a common term for used water, to flow back into your toilets, bathtubs and showers. Definitely not something you’d want to see, plus it’s a serious health hazard.
Drain clogs can build up in a single drain, usually due to hair and grease buildup that happens over time. Calcium and other types of mineral buildup can also block drains and cause problems. If you’re dealing with multiple drain clogs throughout your home, it’s likely due to foreign objects trapped in the main drain line. Tree roots can also find their way into drain lines in search of nutrients and moisture, resulting in line breaks that ultimately cause slow or clogged drains.
Our technicians have the tools and the expertise to deal with drain clogs, usually with same-day service. Even if you have drain clog issues at night or during the weekend, you can count on our emergency plumbing repair service to get your drain clog problem resolved as soon as possible.
Sewer Pipe Install
There are plenty of reasons why you’d need a sewer pipe install. Perhaps you’re building a new home or remodeling an existing one and need a new line. You may also want another sewer pipe to replace one that’s either deteriorated due to age or destroyed due to root intrusion or collapse. If you’re dealing with constant clogs and sewer backups, then it may be time to consider a sewer pipe install.
Most sewer pipe installs involve digging up the old sewer pipe and replacing it with new pipe. However, it’s a highly invasive method that often leaves wrecked landscaping and driveways in its wake. Trenchless sewer pipe install solves this problem by offering a less intrusive way of installing new pipe:
- Pipe bursting, which involves breaking up the old pipe with a pipe bursting tool while the new pipe is pulled into place
- Pipe lining, where a machine pulls a flexible resin-coated pipe through the old pipe and inflates the new pipe as the resin hardens into place.
Either method is ideal if you want to leave your gardens and driveways in place. Trenchless sewer pipe installation has a higher upfront cost, in most cases, so factor that into your budget if you want your sewer pipe installed this way.
Leaky Faucet Repair
To many people, a leaky faucet is no big deal. To others, it’s a nuisance that often drives homeowners up the wall. Either way, it’s a common plumbing problem that could add up to big bucks wasted if left alone. Even a tiny leak can cost you money each month in wasted water. Plus, there’s no guarantee that a small leak will stay small. Over time, a leaky faucet can transform into any number of more serious plumbing issues.
Faucets can leak for variety of reasons. Seals and washers inside the faucet can dry out over time and allow water to leak past. Corrosion and deposit buildup can also lead to leaks. Mechanical wear and tear from years of use can also create leaks. Mistakes from a previous installation can also contribute to a leaky faucet.
A leaky faucet seems like an easy fix for a DIYer, but you’ll get better peace of mind from a professional repair. It won’t take long for one of our technicians to replace your faucet. It may even be possible to replace a worn-out component rather than the entire faucet, which could save you money. In the end, our technicians have the right tools and the expertise to get the job done quickly.