& Air Conditioning
in Springfield MO
Plumber Springfield MO - Emergency Plumbing
A plumbing emergency isn’t exactly something that you’re going to plan, which is why there should be a Plumber in Springfield MO who is always ready for mitigate emergency plumbing cases. Dripping Faucets may not be an emergency, but for someone a constant drip, drip, drip may turn into a sleepless night. From a dripping faucet and a clogged drain to inconsistent water pressure and even frozen and burst pipes – The Plumber Guy is the one you can count on 24/7.
Dripping Faucets, Leaky Pipes, Running Toilets, Low Water pressure is an eventuality homeowners have to deal from time to time. The Plumber Guy from Springfield MO is ready to make adjustments to your house and to restore the comfort level for you and your family.
Full scope plumbing services. Fast and clean job at affordable prices.
Some of the performed services.
- Repair and replacement of Shower Faucets, Kitchen Faucets, Bathroom Faucets
- Plumbing in of new appliances
- Repair of leaky pipes of radiators
- Repair and replacement of burst pipes
- Sink installations
- Bath installations
- Shower installations
- Toilet installations
You hop into the shower and soap up with your favorite body wash when suddenly the water goes ice-cold. You could be experiencing a water heater malfunction or electrical issue or plumbing leak. Unfortunately the time has come to repair your water heater. In order to avoid such issues, the water heater needs to be properly installed and properly maintained. It is recommended to have it inspected at least once a year by a professional plumber
The Plumber Guy from Springfield MO is ready to help you with inspection, installation, repairs or unit replacement:
- Gas, electric and hybrid tank water heaters
- Gas and electric tankless water heaters
- Instant hot water dispensers
- Furnaces of any kind
- In case you have noticed an unexpected increase in energy bills, your unit needs attention.
The most common issues with Hvac and AC come from lack of maintenance. Unsurprisingly – but most ignore that a Hvac system has elements that worn out and as a result a replacement is required. Dirty and worn filters can impact negatively on the unit consequently it will force the Hvac to work harder. This will not only lead to increased energy bills and risks of unit replacement, but also it impacts negatively on the health. The air quality becomes poor as the particles are not being filtered out properly.
How to understand if your Air Conditioning unit needs attention?
Odors or poor indoor air quality, strange or unfamiliar sounds, inconsistent airflow or uneven heating or cooling, loss of system efficiency or unexpected rise in heating and cooling costs are common signs.
We can help you with inspection, repair and replacement:
- Hvac systems
- Air Condition systems
- Programmable thermostats
- Regular filter maintenance
A septic tank installation has a number of very compelling benefits, however, the system does require certain maintenance in order to keep it running efficiently, reliably, and safely. A common problem with septic tanks is the abuse of the system. Throwing cigarette butts, diapers or coffee grounds, inevitable will lead you to a plumber phone call. Since it may happen to have issues with septic systems, The Plumber in Springfield MO can help you with any repairs and maintenance cases, without digging your whole yard.
You might require to perform septic tank repair if:
- Strong odor of sewage in the yard
- A backed-up toilet
- A drain that can’t be unclogged
- Standing water in the yard
The water most people in the U.S use is filtered through a water treatment plant. These facilities work to remove impurities, or to render these pollutants impotent. This treatment helps to keep all of us healthy by preventing us from drinking potential harmful substances.
However, not every home has water that comes from water treatment facility. Many homes, especially in rural areas, drink wells in their own yards and fields. In case like these, it’s important for homeowners to be aware of the potentially harmful substances they could be ingesting. Have any doubts of what is pouring out of your faucet? give Plumber Guy from Springfield a call and we will be able to help you with:
- Water test
- Integration of a filter system
- Reverse Osmosis
- Alkaline water ionizers
- Activated carbon filters
- UV filters
- Infrared filters
Broken pipes is a nightmare for anyone, especially if they lead to flooding your home. When this happens the first action to do is to turn off your water supply at main shut-off valve.
The second action is to call a professional Plumbing service company in Springfield MO – The Plumber Guy. We will remediate the case and will also work with your insurance company.
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Common Plumbing Issues
The problem could be in the shower head. Remove the shower head and check the flow. If it seems normal, then wash out the shower head with a mixture of water and vinegar – it should work as new.
In case your water flow is still bad without a shower head – you may experience a serious issue with water valves, deposit building or other blockages. Check with your neighbors to see if their water pressure has been affected, and check for major blockages that could be lowering the pressure in your home.
Missing or loose sewer trap plugs are the most common cause of indoor sewer smell. Your sewer access pit contains a house trap. This is a U-shaped piece that traps water to serve as a barrier between the city sewer and your home. If the plug on this trap is poorly fitted or gone entirely, public sewer odor can travel into your home. To fix the problem, simply replace the plug.
Turn off your water supply at the main shut-off valve. To avoid big losses, it is mandatory to educate all your family where this valve is located. In order to minimize the damage, immediately call a plumber. Any plumber in Springfield MO should be able to fix the issue.
Despite the name, not all garbage belongs in your garbage disposal, in fact most of it doesn’t, yet some of us are guilty of cramming waste down there until the blades stop turning.
Watermelon rinds, potato peels, and pumpkin carvings are common items that plumbers have had to remove to free the blades…just toss those peelings in the trash!
Pipe noises can range from loud bagging or hammering sounds to high-pitched squeaks. There could be several causes, from loose pipes, water logged air chambers, or water pressure that’s too high. A simple solution is anchoring exposed pipes. Other remedies such as anchoring pipes concealed inside the walls, floors or ceilings, may call for a professional.
This usually means there’s food stuck in your disposal. Since the disposal drain and dishwasher drain are connected, a clog in one will lead to a backup in the other. To prevent this from happening, always make sure your garbage disposal is free of food particles before turning on the dishwasher and always run the garbage disposal with plenty of cold water. If it gets really bad, you can plug up the sink, fill it with water, then remove the plug and run the disposal. The weight from the water should help force out whatever is backed up in the drain, eliminating the blockage. If this doesn’t work, give us a call! We carry garbage disposals on our trucks and can have you up and running the day you call.
The main benefit of a tankless water heater is it never runs out of hot water. While storage tank water heaters have a limited capacity (usually between 40 – 60 gallons), tankless water heaters heat water as it passes through the system, consequently you’ll never run out of hot water. In case you have one, and you feel that the water is not hot enough, control the pressure on the unit.
Another benefit is that since there’s no stored water, there’s no risk of an untimely leak and by the way, flooding from water heaters is one of the most common homeowner insurance claims. And, since you’re only heating the water you’re using, you’ll see major reductions on your energy bills.