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Your Plumber Salt lake City understands that residential plumbing is a big time business. That means it’s easy for big, corporate type plumbing companies to make you feel confused, bullied, and taken advantage of. That’s why we work so hard to make sure you never feel that way.

We told you, we’re your neighbors, so we want to make sure you know we’ve got your back.

When it comes to the most common residential plumbing needs, we’ve seen them all.

We can unplug that drain, repair that water heater, fix that toilet, and service your water softener.

We make sure that each and every service call is personal, professional, and pleasantly memorable. Don’t settle for average of over priced when you search plumbers salt lake city.

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Typical plumbing problems that your Salt Lake City plumbers can fix

The most common residential plumbing needs are usually one of the following:

  • Clogged or slow drains
  • Running Toilets
  • Leaking hose bibs
  • Dripping faucets
  • Low water pressure
  • Leaky pipes
  • Water heater problems
  • Sump pump problems
  • Garbage disposal problems
  • Leaking toilets
When dealing with any of these SLC plumbing problems, failure to act quickly or trying to fix things yourself may only make matters worse.

That’s why we offer 24/7 service so you never have to worry about what to do. Call us… we’ll come take care of things!

Common Plumbing Services

Because we know the problems, let us tell you the solutions we offer.

  • All Hot Water Repairs
  • Boiler Repair and Replacement
  • Water Heater Tank Replacements
  • Tankless Hot Water Solutions
  • Drains Cleaned
  • Leaks Repaired
  • New Appliance Hook Ups: dishwashers, washing machines, ice makers
  • Garbage Disposals
  • New Sink and Faucet Installations
  • Leak Location
  • New Pipes and Lines
  • Copper Re-piping
  • Slab Leaks
  • Pipe Thawing
  • Gas Lines
  • Water Softeners
  • Reverse Osmosis Systems
  • Water Conditioning
  • Water Purification
  • Bathroom Remodels: new tubs, new showers, sinks and faucets
  • Faucet Leaks and Installations
  • Toilet Clogs, Leaks, Repairs and Installations
  • Leaking Showers
  • Clogged Floor Drains
  • Water Mains
  • Water Line Replacement
  • Sump Pumps
  • Septic Tanks
  • Backflow Prevention

Plumbing Tips

Believe it or not, we don’t want you to have plumbing problems. Sure, we want to be the ones ypu think of when you need Salt Lake City emergency plumbing, but we woud rather you make smart choices so our plumbing visits are more standard.

Most emergency plumbing salt lake city problems come from people failing to take smart preventative measures. When those repairs pop up they are extra frustrating because they didn’t have to happen.

We’ll be there to take care of them when they do, but if we can help you prevent some of the most basic ones, it actually makes our job easier.

Here are a few How To plumbing tips:

Don't pour grease down the drain

This is a common utah emergency plumbing issue. Don’t do it. It makes things extra messy. It gunks up your pipes and leads to clogged and disgusting drains.

Check the toilets

Simply making sure the ball and flapper in the toilet tank are sealing completely will save you money and frustration. Also, many can be adjusted, so tweak things if you feel you’re using too much water.

Use foam insulation on pipes

Especially the ones near exterior walls in the winter time. Pipes freeze, which leads to leaks and a lot of expensive trouble.

Keep your water soft

Water Softeners have made things much nicer, but they do no good if you fail to keep the salt full in them. Set a reminder on your phone to check the salt levels regularly, and have us adjust things so it’s cycling appropriately for your family’s water consumption.

With some basic prevention, our trips to your home will be for emergency plumbing only, and that means less trouble for you.