If the sinks and bathtubs in your home are taking longer than normal to drain, you probably have partially blocked drainpipes. These can be quite bothersome and can lead to messy and harmful flooding in your home. Your best bet is to contact a qualified professional as soon as you notice a problem.
Bathroom Sink Rooting
While you should be able to unclog the bathroom sink yourself, you may not have the time, patience, or capability to do the job yourself. Fortunately, Priority Plumbing Service is here to help. We offer quick, affordable drain clearing to get your tub flowing smoothly again.
While you should be able to unclog the bathtub yourself, you may not have the time, patience, or capability to do the job yourself. Fortunately, Priority Plumbing Service is here to help. We offer quick, affordable drain clearing to get your tub flowing smoothly again.
Water Line Service
The sewer and water line specialists at Priority Plumbing Service can handle all your water line and sewer needs, including regular cleaning and repair. Our professionals are there when you need us, ready to diagnose your problems and provide professional sewer and water line service to solve them quickly.
Regulator Repair or Replacement
A water pressure regulator (sometimes called a pressure-reducing valve, or PRV) is a specialized plumbing valve that reduces the water pressure coming into the home through the main water line. This valve brings down the pressure to a safe level before the water reaches any plumbing fixtures inside the home.
Backflow Prevention Services
Backflow prevention services are necessary to impede the flow of non-potable water from sewage and public drainage systems into your plumbing systems, which occur at cross-connections. They are important for health and safety in terms of keeping pollutants and contaminants out of drinking water and essentially maintaining clean water flow through your property’s piping.
Hot Water Recirculation Services
Near the water heater area, a recirculating pump pulls the water from the furthest fixture back into the water heater, creating a loop. This loop keeps hot water going throughout the house so when a fixture is used, hot water is right there