Most people don’t think about plumbing too often, and that’s how it should be. Plumbers Mechanical Group’s professional plumbers are experts in sewer and drain services, fixture repair or installation, and well pump and softener service, installation & repair.
Kitchen sink leaking? Toilet running? Call us, we’ve got you covered. Renovating or building new? Call us for that too. PEX or PVC? Gas, electric, or tankless? We’ll help you choose. We’ll install your system or fix your problem so that you don’t have to think about it—you can trust that it works.
Plumbing problems can be a huge headache for you and your family. If you're experiencing any plumbing problems from leaky pipes, to water quality issues give us a call. Our prompt, courteous, and professional service technicians will fix all of your plumbing problems, and put your mind at ease.
Are you suffering from a malfunctioning plumbing system? Give Plumbers Mechanical Group a call. We fix leaky pipes, dripping faucets, frozen pipes, and much more. Whatever your plumbing problem, we'll provide prompt and professional repairs.
Sewer, Drain & Well
General Plumbing Issues
When a pipe bursts in your home or office it can result in major damage, and endless headaches. You need a plumbing company you can count on to get the job done fast. Plumbers Mechanical Group is your local Burst Pipe repair specialists.
In a plumbing emergency, you’ll need to stop the flow of water quickly. To do this, you and each member of your family need to know the location of the shutoff valve for every fixture and appliance, as well as the main shutoff valve for the house, and how they operate.
The slab is the concrete beneath your home that makes up the foundation. So many water pipes run through the foundation that it is possible for any one of them to receive damage due to ground movement, shifts, or natural corrosion. Cracks or holes in underlying pipes cause water to leak under the foundation, this is called a slab leak, and it can cause major water damage to your home and go from a small leak to a hazardous position to the structure of your home.
Significant increase in your water or electricity bill: if you notice that your water bill increases drastically, it is most likely due to a water leak.
Visible wet or damp stains on carpet or flooring: a slab leak can sometimes reach the flooring, creating noticeable spots or stains. Reduced water pressure: if you notice a decrease in water pressure, it may be caused by a slab leak. Settling of the foundation: when an actual shifting of the home’s foundation is felt, a slab leak may have occurred.
In this process, every single inch of the previous piping is removed from the home and replaced with either Stainless Steal, PEX, or copper (upon request). Every plumbing fixture receives new re piping; all faucets, toilets, tubs, showers, hose connections, your water heater, and every other fixture or appurtenance requiring water receives the piping of your choice. Our recommendation?
We will re-pipe in Stainless Steal, PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) or Copper if you prefer. This type of plastic water pipe is nearly identical to the black poly we use to install all of our new main water services. PEX is formulated to withstand hot water temperatures, is extremely flexible, and if you prefer, comes in red, blue, white and clear colors. We will also, if necessary, install a new pressure regulating valve, or PRV during the process.
Let’s imagine a pipe being used for sewage and water that’s been in place for 40+ years then let’s add the liquid drain cleaning element (Acid) to the old metal pipe. Needless to say, this is not a good mixture. In most cases, what you end up with is an old rusted pipe that the acid has eaten through. Granted, this isn’t the scenario in all cases, but it sure paints an ugly picture. We may be able to help. If the piping is in decent shape, Hydro Jetting is the most cost effective way of cleaning the drainage piping without going to the expense of demolition or replacement.
When drains and sewer lines backup its very frustrating. There are different reasons for clogs. Mainline sewer its roots, grease, femanine products, in smaller lines like lavatory sinks, tubs and showers its usually hair and soap buildup. In kitchen sinks, mostly it is food from the disposal and grease, these are the most common reasons for backups in a house today.
At Plumbers Mechanical Group we have about 30 years of combined experience in unclogging and cleaning sewer and drain lines. We use state of the art equipment. Drain Video Machines and Hydro Jetters.
A clogged drain can be a real hassle, but we have the solution. First, our professional drain cleaning contractors will open the line and review the problem at hand. Then we will use our company process to thoroughly clean any clogs that are there.
Many of the countless pipes beneath our homes and streets are very old. Though very durable–typically made of cast iron or terra cotta–these structures are not invulnerable to disruption caused by exterior sources. Roots commonly cause clogs which require professional sewer line cleaning from a professional sewer line cleaning company, like Plumbers Mechanical Group.
If you have a repeating problem or the cable can not get through, this is when cameras come into play, however if you just moved in or finished a remodel sometimes its good to check out the line condition.
Hydro jetting is the only proven way to return the inner pipe to as close to its original condition as possible. The process will scour the inner walls with between 1000-30000 psi of high pressure water. The Hydro Jetting process will eliminate any build up to flow down the line eliminating the possibility of debris getting caught up and creating another stoppage.
The number one question for most home owner's is: How long will the Hydro Jetting last and will this process damage my pipes? First, let’s answer the “how long will it last” question. Basic snaking or rootering could last only a few days or it could last months. As described above, it’s hard to tell and it is not a 100% solution to drain stoppages. Will Hydro Jetting damage my pipes? The simple answer is no, if your piping is in good shape to begin with. Remember, Hydro Jetting is the only proven method of actually clearing the inner walls of your drain piping system.