Do You Want Plumbing Repairs Done in Your Biscoe, NC Home?
If you’re looking for someone to do Biscoe plumbing repairs in your home, then go with the services of Pride Plumbing. We offer a 24 hour emergency service to take care of your needs. We’re all about convenience. Our techs don’t want to see you wait for a repair. Call us today and we’ll come out to repair or replace your plumbing fixtures.
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Biscoe Water Heaters
Whenever it comes to water heaters, you have lots of options. There are three main type of water heating units:
Gas water heaters are much more efficient for the home. They work through the use of a pilot light. As long as the pilot light is lit, your heater will work. A gas condensing water heater will provide you with a constant supply of hot water. These tanks heat up quick!
If you should decide to go with the services of an electric water heater, chances are that you’re going to love it as they are affordable and will last you a lot longer than the others. There are no pilot lights on these units.
Biscoe Drain Cleaning
If you haven’t given much thought to a drain inspections, here are some valid reasons why you should call you Biscoe plumbing repair contractor:
- Inspections are great for maintaining your drains.
- Drain cleaning will eliminate major clogs from your drains.
- Your drains will work more efficiently.
Don’t let your drains cause you any more misery. Take care of them today by calling in the plumbing experts. If there is one thing that we know about it’s drains. We only use advanced tools and machinery to get your drains unclogged.
Your drains are the veins for your plumbing system. If something happens to them, then that’s when you start to experience costly repairs with your plumbing products. Contact Pride Plumbing before the matter gets worse.
Upgrading your plumbing shouldn't be a hassle – let us make it easy with flexible financing and upfront pricing.
Biscoe Plumbing Repair & Replacement
Your bathroom plumbing should be as important to you as it is to us. When something goes wrong with your toilet, it can cause a lot of frustration within the household depending on how many people live in your home.
If you are in need of Biscoe plumbing repairs, then look to the experts at Pride Plumbing. We’ll repair your toilet, and if we can’t, then we have the means to replace it. We care about the plumbing in your home and want to make sure that it’s always working properly.
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Pride Plumbing came out and replaced a leaking 24-year old 40-gallon electric low-boy Whirlpool hot water heater with a new 40-gallon electric low-boy Rheem PROE36-S2-RH95 666310 model. This included removing and disposing of the old water heater; and installing the new water heater, new ball water shut-off valves, new PEX and stainless steel water supply lines to the water heater's water connections, a new brass drain valve, connecting the unit's electrical connections, ensuring that the unit was properly vented, and setting it to its appropriate operating temperature.
Pride Plumbing was called out for sewage backing up into the home. We used a pressure device at a cleanout underneath the home and cleared a blockage in the outside main sewer septic drain line. We inserted a camera into the drain line and it revealed a section of pipe that was causing backflow. We provided price quotes to 1) dig a ditch from the house to the town sewer tap to expose and remove the outside main sewer septic drain line; 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; install tracer wire in the ditch along with the new sewer drain line; and backfill, tamp, and spread grass seed and straw after the work has been inspected and approved by the county's Inspection Department; and 2) repipe and replace the drain lines under the house in the crawlspace, going to a) the fixtures in the kitchen and two bathrooms (sinks, toilets, and bathtubs/showers - replacing the toilet bowl's fl
Pride Plumbing was called out for an outside PVC cleanout that had been run over and damaged by a lawnmower. We repaired the cleanout with new PVC piping and fittings, raised it up so it would be more easily seen, and installed a new cleanout cap. We also provided a price quote to 1) repipe and replace the drain lines under the house in the crawlspace, going to a) the fixtures in the kitchen and two bathrooms (sinks, toilets, and bathtubs/showers - replacing the toilet bowl flange and wax seal gasket, the P-traps underneath all the sinks and installing new PVC piping, fittings and supports under the house for each fixture); and b) the washing machine; 2) repipe and replace the water supply lines under the house in the crawlspace, going to the fixtures in the kitchen, two bathrooms (sinks, toilets, and bathtubs/showers), the washing machine (installing a new washer box and hot and cold hose bibs), and the water heater, with new PEX piping and fittings (installing new 1/4 turn water shut
Pride Plumbing was called out for no water pressure in the building. We inspected the water meter and saw that it had been turned off. We had the customer contact the city water department to have it turned back on.
Pride Plumbing was called out for sewage backing up into the building. We pulled a toilet and used a sewer machine down through its flange and cleared a blockage in the outside main sewer septic drain line. We replaced the toilet's wax seal gasket (with a new Mainline ML11580 model), reset the toilet, replaced the toilet bowl bolts, and the issue was corrected. We also provided a price quote to 1) dig a ditch from the building to the town sewer tap to expose and remove the 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 building) 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.