Plumbing Installation, Repair and Maintenance

Service Denver
Plumbing | Heating | Cooling

Call now and we can handle all your plumbing and drain needs. We’ve been solving Denver’s plumbing problems for over 22 years. We love what we do and we love solving your plumbing problems fast and efficiently.

When it comes to plumbing, we handle it all …

  • Leak detection and repair
  • Water heater repair or installation
  • Toilet, sink, and tub repair or replacement
  • Pipe repairs
  • Faucet repair or replacement
  • Food disposal repair or replacement
  • Washing machine line replacement
  • Hot water dispenser installation
  • Sewer line cleaning, repair, or replacement
  • Gas line installation, service, or replacement

Plumbing Services

There could be many reasons why a faucet will not turn off or is leaking.  It could be something as simple as needing a replacement part or it could be the faucet is very old and in poor condition and it is better to replace it than waste a lot of time or money on fixing it.

Most plumbing problems occur at or near such fixtures as sinks, tubs, and toilets. Sometimes, however, the pipes themselves are the root of the problem. Pipes can be temperamental — they can leak, sweat, freeze, or make loud noises. There are all kinds of plumbing leaks. Some can flood your home, while others are not nearly so damaging.

Leaking pipes can be a big problem on several levels. The water leaking out of them can cause some serious damage to your home and belongings, and losing that water is likely costing you money every month on your water bill. One of the main problems with leaky pipes is that you do not always notice them right away. And even when you do, it is hard to actually pinpoint the source of the problem.

A little drip coming from the ceiling could mean much bigger problems and more widespread damage once you take a look inside. And just because that drip is coming down in the middle of your living room does not mean that the source of it is directly above you. It could be that water is running all throughout your ceiling and only coming down at the weakest point.

Regardless of where or how a leak develops, you want to get it taken care of quickly. And the best way to do that is to give our experienced plumbers a call right away. We use high tech diagnostic equipment to find leaks and repair them in a fraction of the time it would take with conventional means.

The toilet will usually tell you when something is wrong. It will run continually or flush inefficiently.

A stopped drain isn’t just an inconvenience; it can sometimes be an emergency. While it’s always best to prevent clogs before they happen, clogged drains can and do occur – often at the most inopportune moments. Learn more on our Drain Cleaning Page.

Call Service Denver Plumbing, Heating & Cooling and we can repair or replace your broken Garbage Disposal.

If your tank is leaking from either the top (pressure relief valve) or the bottom, we recommend you first turn off the water to the tank. Your water heater tank should have a dedicated shutoff valve on the cold inlet side of the water heater. Then give us a call and we can take a look it could be that you just need a new pressure relief valve or you may have a tank rupture and need a new water heater. Water heater repairs and replacements are best left to a professional plumbing technician. The technicians on our staff can have you back in hot water in no time.

What is causing your pipes to bang, clunk and sputter? Generally, such sounds are usually caused by a phenomenon called ‘water hammer.’ Water hammer doesn’t accompany flowing water, so if your sound occurs while water is running, it isn’t water hammer.

Water hammer happens when you turn OFF a water flow suddenly (like a dishwasher, a clothes washer, a toilet or even closing a hand faucet suddenly. Shutting off the flow suddenly sends a pressure or shock wave down the water line through the water shocking the pipes and creating the ‘hammer’ noise.  These shock waves travel faster than the speed of sound and can exert very great  instantaneous pressures.

Over time, water hammer can damage pipes, valves and eventually weaken pipe joints. Some of the more common damages can occur:

  • Ruptured piping
  • Leaking connections
  • Weakened connections
  • Pipe vibration and noise
  • Damaged valves
  • Damaged check valves
  • Damaged water meters
  • Damaged pressure regulators and gauges
  • Damaged recording apparatus
  • Loosened pipe hangers and supports
  • Ruptured tanks and water heaters
  • Premature failure of other devices

Clearly, repairing any of these conditions “after the fact” is more expensive and inconvenient than designing a system right from the start.

So, at the first signs of water hammer, it is best to give us a call.

Your situation is common and you are wasting more than just your time in the mornings. You are paying for the thousand of gallons of water wasted down the drain each year just waiting for hot water. Also, that wasted water is partially heated from your house, so energy is also wasted.

Some of the ways you may remedy this annoyance are:

  1. Install a quick-delivery pump/control under the bathroom sink farthest from your water heater.
  2. Install a whole-house water recirculation pump that keeps the water continuously circulated in the pipes.
  3. Install an Insta-Hot faucet in a single location.
  4. Install a tankless water heater that can service those areas of your home.

We can help you with any of these solutions. Just give us a call

One of the most common sump pump problems is with the float switch and should be where you start first when figuring why your sump pump has quit working. But many other issues can cause your pump to stop working.

Gas lines are an important part of the functioning of many Denver metro homes and office buildings. The inherent dangers associated with gas make it imperative that gas work, installation, refitting and all other aspects are done by a qualified professional plumbing technician such as the ones here at Service Denver Plumbing, Heating & Cooling.

At Service Denver Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, we have highly experienced plumbers that can test and locate your system using a variety of methods to quickly get you back in operation.

Some of the greatest dangers around your Denver metro home may be unseen – such as gas leaks. Avoiding these unseen dangers and alerting your family to danger can be as simple as checking your appliances regularly and purchasing a few, affordable alarms.

If you are looking for a Denver area natural gas line contractor please call us today.