Does your aging water heater need to be replaced? Are your pipes showing signs of corrosion? Get professional help quickly to accurately repair the issue and prevent water and other damage to your house. Call Pride Plumbing for repairs and installations in Badin, NC. Our experts provide upfront pricing and fast turnarounds.
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We offer complete plumbing services to the Badin, NC, area, including:
- 24-Hour Emergency Services
- Commercial Plumbing Services
- Drain Cleaning Services
- Water Leak Detection Services
- Burst Pipe Repairs
- Clogged Toilet Repair
- Water Heater Services
- Tankless Water Heater Services
- Repiping Services
How Professionals Repair Burst Pipes
Burst pipes need to be repaired as soon as possible to try to limit the amount of water damage to your property. When you call for professional help, you can expect a plumber to perform the following tasks at your Badin house or building:
- Shut off the water supply and locate the damaged area.
- Determine if just a section of the pipe can be replaced or if the whole system needs to be replaced.
- If a section can be replaced, the plumber will repair it with a pipe cutter and solder a new section in place.
- If the entire system needs to be replaced, a plumber will discuss repiping options with you.
Advantages of Professional Drain Cleanings
When your drains start to slow down, it is beneficial to schedule professional drain cleaning services to remove any blockages. Some of the advantages you might experience can include:
- Clear stubborn clogs that you’re unable to remove on your own.
- Get rid of slow drains.
- Reduce the risk of plumbing emergencies.
- Eliminate odors coming from the pipes.
- Catch other plumbing issues early to prevent larger problems later.
Are you letting the balance of your checking account dictate when you can have your plumbing system repaired? Don’t wait! Contact us to learn about our financing options.
Life Expectancy of Water Heaters
Like all appliances, it can be difficult to determine exactly how long your water heater will last. However, experts can provide some guidelines. Most electric water heaters are expected to last between 10 to 20 years, as long as it is properly maintained. Gas-powered units might not last quite as long. To determine how much longer your unit might last, contact our experts at Pride Plumbing to inspect your system.
for Badin, NC
Pride Plumbing was called out for sewage backing up into the home. After attempting to clear the blockage and failing, we cut a small hole in the outside main sewer septic drain line, inserted a camera, and the camera revealed a blockage on the town's side of the drain line. We advised the customer to contact the town to come out and clear the blockage. We provided a price quote to 1) dig a ditch from the house to the town sewer tap to expose and remove the home's outside main sewer septic drain line; 2) install a new 4-inch PVC sewer drain line (connecting it to the main drain line under the home) along with proper cleanouts and fittings per code; 3) install tracer wire in the ditch along with the new sewer drain line; and 4) backfill, tamp, and spread grass seed and straw after the work has been inspected and approved by the county's Inspection Department.
Pride Plumbing was called out for a leaking Whirlpool hot water heater. Our inspection found that the unit was leaking from its T&P valve and that its temperature was set to 148 degrees. We replaced the T&P valve and adjusted the temperature down and corrected the issue. We provided a one year warranty on the parts and labor. All work was agreed upon before being performed.
Pride Plumbing came out and provided a price quote to: 1) trench a ditch from an existing water meter to the house; 2) install a new 1-inch black roll and PEX outside main water supply line from the water meter to the house (enclosing it in a 2-inch PVC sleeve to protect the piping) along with installing tracer wire; 3) connect the new water line to an existing water line connection under the house and install a new ball valve main water cut off and new thermal expansion tank in the crawlspace; 4) install a new pressure reducing valve (PRV), ball valve, and check valve at the water meter in the meter box; 5) test the new water line for leaks and working order; and 6) backfill and tamp the ditch after the work is completed and approved by the county’s inspection department.
Pride Plumbing was called out to investigate the cause of a higher than usual water bill. Our inspection did not find any plumbing issues either in the home or in the yard that would cause the water bill to be higher.