24 HOUR PLUMBING REPAIR SERVICES
Emergency Plumbing Services Across Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania
When plumbing fails, time is of the essence. You can count on our team of emergency plumbers 24 hours a day, seven days a week with no additional emergency fees, no matter when you need us. Our plumbers receive more than 100 hours of technical training each year, so you can rest assured they are up-to-date on all the latest in system design and technology. We offer trustworthy 24 hour plumbing repair services in areas such as Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. We’re here for you when you need us most, whether it’s installing bathroom plumbing, repairing your water heater, or unclogging your drains and pipes. Give us a call by phone at (302) 367-7915 to receive honest and efficient services.
1-Year Clog-Free Guarantee
We’ll clear any drain for just $99 – if that same drain ever clogs up again for 1 full year—no matter what the reason—we’ll come back and unclog it again for FREE.
ServiceMark Plumbing Repair Service
With our On-Time or It’s Free Guarantee, your local emergency plumber will arrive exactly when they say they will, or the visit is on us. We offer plumbing repair and installation services in areas such as Drexel Hill, Easton, Newark, Upper Darby, Perryville, and Newtown Square. Your comfort is important to us, so we strive to get your plumbing back up and running as quickly as possible. When your plumbing system is in need of replacement or repair, contact us. View all of our services.
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Water Heater Repair & Replacement Services
It is not abnormal for a water leak to form near the drain valve, pipe connections, heating element gaskets, or pressure relief valve on a hot water heater. If you notice water on the floor near the water tank, give our emergency plumbers a call by phone at (302) 367-7915 to create an appointment. We offer water heater and plumbing repair services to households in areas such as Ardmore, Easton, Middletown, Upper Darby, and Newark. When a licensed technician arrives at your house, they will perform an inspection of the pressure relief valve and pipe fittings. If our team discovers the source of the leak is the water tank, we will recommend purchasing a new hot water heater.
Gas vs Electric Water Heaters
Advantages of Gas Water Heaters
Cost to Operate
Gas water heaters will cost less to operate each month because the total price of natural gas is less when compared to electricity. In addition, this type of hot water heater will operate during a power outage in your neighborhood. If you live in an area with unreliable electricity, you should purchase a gas water heater.
Fast Recovery Rates
If your family utilizes a large amount of water, you should purchase a gas water heater to ensure you do not run out of hot water while you are washing dishes or showering. The burners that are integrated with a gas water heater are able to produce warm water at a faster rate when compared to the heating elements in an electric water heater.
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Advantages of Electric Water Heaters
Although a gas water heater costs less to operate, this type of water heater utilizes toxic natural gas to produce heat. Gas water heaters are usually larger than electric heaters because they are connected to gas pipes, burners, and a pilot light. An electric water heater features a small design that makes it easy to install in tight locations in your house.
Cost Less Money to Install
An electric water heater will cost less to configure and install than a gas water heater because it does not require a gas pipe and a venting system. In addition, you will be required to replace your old vent when you purchase a new gas water heater to prevent gas leaks. Since the latest energy-efficient water heaters consume a different amount of gas when compared to old water tanks, a majority of new heaters will not be compatible with your current ventilation system.
Easier to Turn On & Use
An electric water heater is easier to turn on when compared to a gas system because it operates on a single power source. On the other hand, you will be required to activate the natural gas to start the production of warm water in a gas water heater.
Sump Pump Repair & Installation
Depending on your budget, you will need to purchase a submersible or pedestal sump pump to keep water out of your basement. If you are having problems starting your old sump pump, give our team a call at (302) 367-7915 to receive support. We offer plumbing repair services for sump pumps in locations such as Conshohocken, Centreville, Newark, Drexel Hill, and Ardmore. If your sump pump is producing strange noises, talk with a licensed plumber to become familiar with available options to resolve the problem.
Ordinary types of sump pump problems include a clogged switch, power failure, and frozen drainage pipes. The switch on a sump pump can become inoperable when the pump moves in the sump pit. Once the sump pump moves, the float can break if it becomes attached to the exterior of the pump. On the other hand, dirt in the sump pit can cause the float to become clogged. Do you notice water in your basement? Our team of emergency plumbers have the tools necessary to fix the broken switch on your sump pump.
Drain Cleaning Services
If you’re having trouble flushing water down the drain in your kitchen or bathroom, give our staff of licensed plumbers a call at (302) 367-7915 to schedule an appointment. We offer drain cleaning and plumbing repair services to homeowners in Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. A frequent source of clogged drains include hair, fat, grease, flushable wipes, dirt, and toilet paper. To remove the object from your pipes, we will insert an electric drain snake into your sink to detect the problem. Next, the motor that is connected to the drain snake will spin the head of the flexible cable to disassemble the object and restore the flow of water.
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Water Softener Repair & Installation Services
If you notice mineral deposits on your sink, shower head, or dishes, this is a sign of hard water. This type of water features a large amount of minerals such as calcium and magnesium that are harmful to your faucets, pipes, and appliances. To help you eliminate the negative symptoms of hard water, our team of emergency plumbers will help you choose a water softener for your house. We offer trustworthy water softener installation and repair services to homes in areas such as Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Our team will help you install a water softener to prevent problems such as dry skin, faded clothes, and pipe deterioration.
3 Types of Water Softeners
Ion Exchange Water Softener
Our staff of plumbers will help you find and configure an ion exchange water softener for your house. This type of water softener is assembled with two thanks. The first tank is filled with salt and the other tank is filled with beads. Each of the beads in the water tank features a negative charge that is designed to attract minerals with a positive charge, such as calcium and iron. Once the positive particles are extracted, sodium ions are released into the water to create soft water. If you need assistance installing a new water softener in your house, give our team a call by phone at (302) 367-7915 to receive assistance.
Potassium-Chloride Water Softeners
If you are concerned about the amount of salt in your water, you will want to consider investing in a potassium-chloride water softener. This kind of water softener does not decrease the total amount of minerals in your water. Instead, a potassium-chloride water softener is designed to modify the composition of the particles to prevent the collection of mineral deposits on your sinks, pipes, glasses, and hardware.
Dual-Tank Water Softeners
Water softeners are integrated with a control that allows you to set a charge cycle for the resin tank. Once the tank starts to charge, the production of conditioned water will be stopped. If you have a large number of people living in your home, you may need to purchase a second tank to ensure you have a sufficient amount of soft water each day. A dual-tank water softener is designed to charge a single water tank while the other tank is charging. An advantage of installing two water tanks includes having access to a large amount of soft water.
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