We provide our plumbers with everything they need to complete repairs quickly and professionally. This includes some of the most extensive tools and training in the industry. But this kind of comprehensive preparation is vital since home plumbing systems feature so many distinct parts.
It’s equally important to our staff that you have access to reliable support no matter the time of day. You can count on Howe for 24/7 emergency repair support in case something breaks down at night or on the weekend. We’ll do our best to complete repairs quickly, regardless of if it’s piping or a plumbing fixture.
The pipes themselves are the most straightforward aspect of your home’s plumbing system. Without them, faucets and appliances couldn’t get the water they need to function properly, such as draining away excess water or other waste. But this doesn’t mean repairing pipes is as easy as wrapping it in duct tape.
For example, water damage is a frequent problem when a nearby pipe is leaking. But since the bulk of pipes are behind walls or under floors, tracing damage back to the source can be difficult. Howe ensures its residential plumbers have the tools necessary to access these kinds of pipes.
Bathtubs, showers, sinks, faucets and toilets are examples of your home’s plumbing fixtures. In fact, anything that delivers or drains water away is generally considered a plumbing fixture.
These systems include valves, seals, shut-offs and other moving parts that can leak or become damaged. Completing repairs will often focus on these moving parts.
Despite relying on our toilets, we tend to take them granted. Don’t let a leak or broken flush lever become something you get used to. Even though toilets seem like a simple fixture, there are a lot of internal components in modern toilets ensuring it flushes smoothly. Rather than deal with the frustration of attempting repairs yourself, let us handle the problem.
Gas Plumbing Repair
Our plumbers have the necessary training, certifications and insurance to safely repair natural gas plumbing. Repairing any plumbing equipment that uses natural gas throughout your home must be handled very carefully. Otherwise, the risk of a gas leak may increase. If you believe there is a gas leak in your home, shut off the gas immediately and alert emergency services.