Whether broken pipes are flooding your home or you’re dealing with malfunctoning appliances that are connected to your plumbing system, you can count on our expert plumbers to be there 24/7.
We know that accidents can happen at any time, and you shouldn’t have to wait for the next business day to receive assistance. From gas leaks to frozen water pipes, there isn’t a plumbing problem we haven’t dealt with!
Having functioning plumbing systems is essential to your daily routine, so don’t wait for the problem to worsen.
When you work with our technicians, you’ll receive a fast response and the repairs you need - all backed by friendly customer service.
After detecting a water leak in your home, it’s crucial to get it professionally
repaired as soon as possible to prevent damage to your valuables and costly water bills. Based
on our years of service, we know that the most common household plumbing leaks include
leaking water heaters and dripping faucets. Unfortunately, other household leaks may be hidden
behind your walls, underground, or beneath floors; these can go undetected for years! Although
you can’t see these leaks, you’ll be able to tell they’re present based on their foul stench and an
increase of mold and insects in your home. You may also be experiencing inconspicuous leaks
if you notice a drop in water pressure when using your plumbing appliances.
A clogged drain or sewer line can wreak havoc on your property due to sludge, grime, and waste. Since our homes’ pipes are usually out of sight and out of
mind, it’s easy to neglect them until they need a professional inspection. You shouldn’t do a DIY
drain cleaning if you aren’t licensed to handle the job; luckily, you can turn to our expert
plumbers for root treatments, drain flushing and repair, and more! Our team will use state-of-
the-art equipment to identify what’s obstructing your plumbing system. When we find the clog,
we’ll extract it, flush it away, or break it down so that your pipes can run smoothly again.
Although the residents of Utah County get to enjoy relatively fresh water, it still contains high levels of sediment and chemicals. You don’t want most of these elements in your bathing water, let alone drinking water. Worst of all, they can shorten the lifespan of your home’s pipes! Common drinking water chemicals include chlorobenzene and dichloroethane,
which are associated with health risks, such as kidney and liver problems. Choosing high-quality
water filtration and softening products can change your water’s quality for the better, keeping
your family safe. Our experts are happy to recommend, supply, and install the most reputable
water filters and softeners in Utah.
If you’re planning on a kitchen or bathroom remodel, you’re probably excited about all of the modern, beautiful features you can include. However, it’s crucial to also prioritize your kitchen and bathroom’s fixtures so that they do their job properly. Our technicians can ensure that all of your plumbing components are properly designed and installed. We can take care of sinks, faucets, toilets, showers, bathtubs, spas, and any other features your
customizable design includes. We’ll use only the highest quality materials, guaranteeing your
remodel’s plumbing system is built to last. Respecting your timeline and goals is important to us, so we’ll arrive on time to get the job done.
Creating a new bathroom fixture is an exciting part of a remodel! Today’s homeowners are paying close attention to bathrooms, staying up to date with trends, looking at different interior design techniques, and attempting to increase their home’s value. Sadly, installing new ones can quickly turn into a dangerous feat, and it can become a homeowner’s worst nightmare if they take the DIY route. Luckily, our certified plumbers are ready to help you transform your property so that you don’t have to figure it out on your own. We can help with
professional toilet, sink, shower, tub, and faucet installation. We know that recreating your home
is exciting, but the stress of a DIY bathroom remodel job isn’t worth it. Let our technicians
Most homeowners depend on their natural gas lines in their homes when they heat food or water on their stove or to stay warm in the Wasatch Front’s frigid winter months. Several appliances and systems in your home may be powered by natural gas, such as
water heaters, clothes dryers, and heaters. Even your fireplace or barbeque is likely to be connected to your gas line. Although this gas is one of the cleanest sources, it can be dangerous because it’s combustible. For this reason and more, it’s best to let our professionals handle all your natural gas supply needs. Whether you need a new gas line installed or an emergency repair, we’re happy to help.
The ability to heat your home is a modern convenience and necessity. It’s one of those features you can’t live without! Think about all the times you rely on heat to perform your daily tasks: when you start the dishwasher or washing machine, turn up the thermostat, step into a hot shower, or warm up on those cold winter days that are common in the Wasatch Front. Since your water heater may be out of sight, out of mind, you probably don’t pay much attention to it—until it stops working. Luckily, our plumbers specialize in servicing, repairing, and installing these critical systems that keep your water hot and home well heated.
Since we live in desert conditions, particularly in the summer, we don’t really think much about the hazards of flooding until our basement floors are inches deep in water. Once flooding poses a risk to the foundation and structural integrity of your home, as well as your possessions, you’ll wish you had a sump pump. This device should be your first line of defense in case of an emergency. Its job is to get rid of the stagnant water that pools in the sump basin in your basement. However, deciding which pump style is right for your situation is confusing, so it’s best to leave the selection and installation to our professionals.
Kitchens are the heart of your home. They’re where you prepare delicious dinners, host family conversations, and go to for midnight snacks. Not only can these fixtures showcase your personality, but they also improve your space’s functionality. Our plumbers can help you install new fixtures to keep your kitchen functioning as the go-to spot in your home. We’re here to help with your home building, renovation, and general repair process by installing kitchen sinks, faucets, garbage disposals, and icemakers. Working with a team of experts will ensure the best results. Our professional plumbers will address all of your kitchen’s needs in an effective and efficient way.
Utah’s extreme weather reminds us that we live in a desert. As local technicians, we understand the need for homeowners to have a functioning cooling system to enjoy a high quality of life. Swamp coolers, also known as evaporative coolers, are as effective as air conditioning, and for some properties, they’re more effective. Our coolers can use much less electricity—up to 75% less! Best of all, they can improve your home’s air quality by bringing in fresh air from the outside, rather than recirculating the same air. They’re also eco friendly and produce lower CO2 emissions compared to traditional air conditioners. Our experts are here to help you with all your swamp cooler installation, maintenance, or repair needs.
If you’re like most homeowners, you probably have a busy schedule, so when plumbing issues arise, you stick to quick fixes. However, “band-aid solutions,” such as patching leaks, only address the symptoms of a bigger problem—old and defective piping. If your water is starting to look discolored or rusty, notice poor or inconsistent water pressure, or if your home is developing multiple leaks, you need a professional to inspect your piping. When was the last time your home’s pipes were replaced? Older houses are more likely to experience pipe corrosion, or their pipes may be made with cheaper materials, such as soft copper or galvanized
steel. If your pipes are in poor condition, your entire house will suffer. When our certified plumbers re-pipe your home, it will prevent future leaks or pipe bursts and increase your home’s