Denny Plumbing provides quality installation and upgrades of sinks, toilets, laundry tubs, laundry hook ups, bath tubs, whirlpool tubs, showers, all kinds of faucets, garbage disposals and more. Many of our customers have also discovered that we are also skilled craftsmen in bath and kitchen remodeling. So, if you have a sink, or a faucet, or even an entire kitchen to fix, your first call should be to Denny Plumbing.
Yes! You may not know everything that a plumber does. A plumber is a highly skilled, licensed craftsman who can install, diagnose, and repair pipes, drains and other problems related to the water systems in your home or office. Our plumbers have the continuing education and training necessary to stay abreast of developing techniques and products.
Usually drains get clogged because of what is put in them, especially fats and grease in the kitchen. Bathroom drains get clogged because of the oil residue from soaps, shampoos and hair. Roots from shrubs and trees may completely fill a pipe with multiple hair-like root masses at each point of entry. These root masses quickly become clogged with toilet tissue, grease and other debris flowing from your home to the main sewer, resulting in reduced flow, slow running drains and in most cases a complete blockage. Once roots have entered the pipe, they continue to grow and expand, exerting considerable pressure at the crack or joint. This increased pressure often breaks the pipe and may result in total collapse, which requires repair or replacement. Let Denny Plumbing clear the clog, or detect a leak before it becomes a larger problem; if a pipe is broken, Denny Plumbing can repair or replace it.
Dishwashers leave a small amount of water in the bottom of the dishwasher to prevent the heating element from burning out and the pump seal moist. If your dishwasher is not draining completely, Denny Plumbing can determine if it is a clogged drain line, faulty motor, or an electronic issue. They can help you determine the best course of action. If you need a new unit installed, we can do that too!
Conventional water heaters, called ‘storage’ units, transfer heat from a burner or coil to water in an insulated tank. The down side to a conventional water heater is that energy is consumed even when no hot water is being used.
Tankless water heaters do not contain a storage tank like conventional water heaters. A gas burner or electric element heats the water only when there is a demand for hot water.
There are many things to consider when choosing your water heating system. Denny Plumbing can guide you through your options and get the right system that will give years of service and efficient performance.
Rumbling sounds may be an indication that sediment has built up on the bottom of the water heater. Water becomes trapped in this sediment and begins to boil; the sediment prevents the heat from transferring to the water in the tank causing the water heater to operate in efficiently. Many newer models of water heaters have a feature that prohibits sediment buildup in the tank. If your heater is an older model, it may be cost effective to replace the water heater if the buildup is severe. Denny Plumbing can help you decide which solution is most cost effective for you.
How long a water heater lasts depends on how well it is maintained, the water quality in your area, proper installation, and amount of use. Let Denny Plumbing install your new water heater properly and maintain it, you can expect great results.
Denny Plumbing is owned and operated by a Master Plumber with over 23 years experience. We give a free, upfront estimate detailing the cost and scope of work; fast, same-day service and 24/7 emergency service. Our work is guaranteed and done by fully-insured, licensed and bonded technicians.
Yes, test the pressure relief valve regularly and replace it if it fails to operate. At least once a year flush out the sediments. As long as a tank has a functioning anode, it should not rust. Therefore you should have the anode checked, by a Denny Plumbing professional about once every two years.
You should call Denny Plumbing right away. Leaking water heaters usually indicate the bottom of the tank has rusted. There are no good repairs for this problem. Most likely, you will need a new water heater.
Check to see if a toilet is leaking, by checking the water level in the tank to see if water is overflowing into the overflow pipe. This is the pipe in the middle of the tank with a small tube connected to it. In the event water is running into the overflow pipe, adjust the fill valve to stop the flow approximately one inch below the top of the overflow tube or to the water level mark stamped on the side of the tank.
A further check is to put a few drops of food coloring into your toilet tank; wait a few minutes then look in the toilet bowl. If you see the color in the bowl, you have a leak and may be wasting hundreds of gallons of water each month! Call Denny Plumbing to repair or replace your toilet and start saving your water dollars.
This is not only an annoyance but also a waste of water and money. Leaky toilets can cost almost $100 extra per year on your water bills. If the toilet continues to run into the bowl after the toilet is flushed, it indicates that some part of the mechanism is out of order. While sometimes a little jiggling of the flush valve mechanism will solve the problem, you may need to replace the entire mechanism. Contact Denny Plumbing to diagnose and repair the problem.
Cracks or fissures in the tank or bowl, as well as poor mounting and deteriorating rings and seals can affect the proper operation of your toilet. Keep in mind that many of the new toilets conform to new government standards that require they use no more than 1.6 gallons per flush. If you are replacing an older model, this may take getting use to. When considering any new fixture for your home, let Denny Plumbing help you choose a fixture to match your needs.
Yes. In fact, the difference can be damaging to your home and your body. Perhaps you experienced damaged clothing from the laundry, excessive soap consumption, pipe scaling, faucet and fixture deterioration, skin problems, or undesirable tastes or odors from your water. If you have, you have a water problem. Denny Plumbing can install a soft water system in your home that will not only provide you with soft water for cleaning and bathing, but also solve your problem drinking and cooking water issues. You will feel and taste the difference!
Usually when a faucet is dripping the problem is relatively simple to solve. The internal mechanisms need to be rebuilt or replaced. You can extend the life of your washers by turning off your faucets gently instead of forcefully. Take the time to inspect your pipes; if rust or lime is depositing on them, this may indicate the start of a leak. Performing an occasional inspection could stop a small problem from turning into a large and expensive one. Before leaking pipes can damage floors and belongings, contact Denny Plumbing to address the problem.
There are several things that could cause low water pressure, including a partially closed or malfunctioning shut off valve, a crimped water line, or deposits that gather in older galvanized pipes. If your neighbors have strong water pressure, the problem is most likely between the water meter and your home. A highly trained plumber from Denny Plumbing will be able to identify the problem and explain your options.
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