Hamlet Plumbing Company and Water Heater Specialist
At Pride Plumbing, we’re ready to help you with all of your Hamlet plumbing needs. We’ve been providing plumbing installation, maintenance, and repairs since 1965. It’s our goal to make sure our customers always receive high-quality plumbing services.
Whether you’ve got a blocked drain, or are in need of water heater installation or repair, we provide all the services you need to keep your plumbing system functioning properly. Give us a call when you’re in need of professional Hamlet plumbing services.
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Hamlet Plumbing Repairs
With our complete Hamlet plumbing services, our experienced plumbing technicians will ensure that your home’s plumbing is functioning properly. From leaky pipes to clogged toilets, there are many times when your best bet is to call a professional plumber. Many home and store remedies for common plumbing problems can damage pipes and cause you more expensive problems down the road. We’ll provide a comprehensive service inspection and estimate with every service call, to ensure that your home’s plumbing needs are properly met. Don’t hesitate to give us a call if you’ve got a plumbing question. From sewer pipes to water and gas lines, our plumbing experts can handle any plumbing situation.
Looking for more ways to pay for your plumbing services? Consider financing with us!
Hamlet Water Heaters
From water heater repair to new water heater installation, you can trust the experienced plumbers at Pride Plumbing to help with all of your Hamlet water heater needs. There are many types and models of new water heaters available today. A popular option is the tankless water heater, which can save you money by only generating hot water right when you need it, unlike standard water heaters that must constantly maintain a supply of hot water. Water heater maintenance is also importance when it comes to protecting your new investment. We provide water heater repair and maintenance to ensure that your home always has hot water.
for Hamlet, NC
Pride Plumbing came out and 1) dug a ditch from the house to the town sewer tap to expose and remove the orangeburg outside main sewer septic drain line; 2) installed 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) installed tracer wire in the ditch along with the new sewer drain line; and 4) backfilled, tamped, and spread grass seed and straw after the work was inspected and approved by the county's Inspection Department.
Pride Plumbing was called out for sewage backing up into the home. We used a pressure device at an outside cleanout and cleared a blockage in the main outside sewer septic drain line. We inserted a camera into the drain line and it confirmed that the blockage had cleared. The drain's cleanout cap was broken so we replaced it also. We provided a price quote to replace a faulty pressure reducing valve (PRV) at the water meter (attaching it to the existing black roll outside main water supply line with new PEX piping and fittings) due to high water pressure in the home.
Pride Plumbing came out and provided a price quote to 1) dig a ditch from the house 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 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 to investigate the cause of a sewage odor in the kitchen. Our inspection determined the the kitchen sink's drain system was installed incorrectly. We provided a price quote to replace the kitchen sink's P-trap and end outlet waste and connect them correctly.
Pride Plumbing came out and replaced a non-working 30-gallon electric A.O. Smith low-boy hot water heater with a new 40-gallon electric low-boy Rheem 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.