15 Reasons to Choose
BOISE VALLEY PLUMBING
Heavy use, age, and water conditions all affect the lifespan of a hot water heater.
Although regular maintenance can help owners get the most out of their water heater, eventually they all have to be replaced.
At Boise Valley Plumbing, your local plumbing service in Boise, Idaho, we understand that purchasing a new hot water heater is a big decision that reflects budget constraints, water needs and immediate needs.
Our plumbers will review the types and sizes of hot water heaters available, so you can make an informed decision. Then we will promptly and efficiently install the water heater carefully meeting warranty standards.
No one likes to turn on the shower just to discover that there isn't any hot water. From washing dishes to washing clothes, we take hot water for granted.
If you are running out of hot water frequently, it could be the signal that your water heater needs to be replaced, but flushing the system and replacing worn piping could solve the problem.
Boise Valley Plumbing will diagnose the problem and carefully explain all your options with solid estimates.
The water to your home comes from a water main that is connected to the city water.
Homeowners are responsible for the pipe that runs from the main to the meter and the pipes that connect the meter to the main shutoff valve that allows the water to flow into your house.
Symptoms could be unexplained flooding in the backyard or basement or unexplained leaks in an outer wall or crawl space.
If there is a spike in your water bill there may be a problem with the shutoff valve. This is easy to check. Just shut off the valve and see if water still leaks through.
High water pressure is major cause of leaks, pipe damage, and wasted water. It is important to learn how to detect and prevent it.
Feeling warm water pelleting your body in a shower is one of the benefits of water pressure that is adequately high. However, water pressure that is too high can cause expensive and annoying damage.
Boise Valley Plumbing in Boise, Idaho has licensed plumbers who will check your water pressure and provide a reasonable, written estimate if any repairs are needed.
If the main line backs up then the sewage from your toilet could end up coming out of your bathtub or shower. Yearly maintenance can prevent this unpleasant experience.
Boise Valley Plumbing uses the most updated methods to check your sewer and clean up anything that may lead to problems in the future, such as tree roots, clogs of oils and paper items, small cracks, etc.
Hidden under our floors, sidewalks, and yards pipes transport the soiled water safely into the sewers. When the main sewer line backs up, sewage can back up into our toilets, showers, sinks, and baths.
Preventative maintenance and sewer line repair by a Boise Valley plumber will save you time and money as we will respond promptly and provide a written estimate that is as conservative as possible.
If a sewer does back up, or damage is irreparable--everything does wear out eventually-- our Plumbers will help the owner determine cost effective, efficient repairs and give it their immediate attention..
Moving or replacing showers, tubs, sinks, toilets or fixtures can modernize an existing bathroom or kitchen.
Your plumbing contractor can show you options that will help you reconfigure your space to maximize the space and streamline the plumbing.
When remodeling or refreshing your bathroom, you may need to move a toilet, or relocate a drain, hiring a plumber will ensure your pipes are correctly configured and that you are meeting code.
Even replacing a simple faucet can be difficult, if the previous piping is different than you expect, or time and water quality has made the condition of the current piping less than ideal.
Consulting with a plumbing contractor and working with a licensed plumber will ensure a worry free plumbing system and a beautiful bathroom.
Building a new home is an exciting and nerve-wracking investment.
With a set budget, it can be hard to choose where moneys should be allotted.
Using a plumbing contractor can benefit a project's efficiency and aesthetic design. Years of experience can help your plumbing contractor suggest creative plumbing options that increase your building choices.
When designing the home from the ground up, the home owner has an opportunity to ensure the plumbing system is set up perfectly to not only work perfectly now, the plumbing will also be straight forward and easily maintained in the future.
A licensed plumber can help you design the perfect plumbing system for your new home or building. Working closely with your contractor, Boise Valley Plumbing experts will find the optimal placement for toilets, shower, sinks and piping.
Heating | Furnace Repair & Installation
When your furnace goes on the fritz during the winter, you need it fixed right away. Our technicians are available for emergency furnace repairs and will arrive on time and in uniform.
Plus, if you need regular maintenance, our technicians will make sure your furnace is ready to keep your home toasty warm throughout the season.
A furnace heats your home by circulating warm air through a duct system. Heat is generated through a fuel source, usually natural gas, propane, or electricity, and then distribute throughout your home.
Technological advances in recent years have led to furnace designs that provide homeowners with a variety of efficiency options.
If it's time to replace your old system, let the professionals at Boise Valley Plumbing help you find the furnace that will keep your family comfortable all winter long. Your new, energy-efficient furnace will be installed quickly and professionally by our team of skilled and certified technicians.
Clogged Drains | Leaking Pipes
Water pooling around the drain in your sink or shower could indicate a clogged drain or backed up sewer line.
A running toilet, dripping faucet or leaking sink can be an indication you may need a plumber. Although a slow drip or leak may not cause damage, if left uncorrected it can develop into an expensive problem.
If you water is backing up out of your sink drain, or water is pooling around your slow shower drain you could have a clogged drain.
A dripping faucet, clogged drains, frozen garbage disposals, these are all inconveniences that can be quickly dealt with by a plumber.
If your house will be empty over part or all of the winter, winterizing your home will ensure you do not end up with a lot of water damage by spring.
However, for all homeowners this is also a good time to flush the water heater and to make sure it is in good working order for the winter.
On cool nights, fireplaces can create drafts in you home, even with the damper closed. Boise Valley Plumbing can convert your traditional fireplace with a gas insert that will help keep you comfortable this winter.
A water softener can really improve the quality of your water and save your pipes. Water quality and water composition varies throughout Boise neighborhoods and the surrounding area.
Selection, installation, and adjustment of a water softeners depends on the water at each location. Boise Valley Plumbers know the water quality and composition throughout the area.
Water quality and pipe layout is also different with in each home. Our plumbers will make sure that the softener is correct for your water situation and is installed correctly according to warranty directions. They also have all the tools, additional pipes or adapters that may be needed for each job.
Booking a plumber to install appliances such as dishwashers, water filtration systems, washers and dryers, and refrigerator can save time and money.
Plumbing contractors can get you the best price on appliances for new construction. They also make sure that all systems work together for long-lasting efficiency in the future.
When replacing appliances, home owners will find that previous plumbers and contractors may have been creative when putting in the original appliances.
Also, older homes could have some adjustments to the original plumbing that were made in the past as appliances were replaced.
With a professional installation, they are done quickly, correctly, and are guaranteed to work smoothly. If our plumbers find additional work is necessary, they will stand behind the original quote, so your price is guaranteed.
Slow drains can cause homeowners time and money. A slow draining sink or tub will develop mineral and soap stains from standing water that can be difficult or impossible to remove.
Slow draining bathtubs accumulate debris when there is not enough pressure to empty the water quickly.
As smaller lines clog, the larger mains can clog also causing toilets to overflow easier and drains to back up. Regular maintenance can keep everything flowing smoothly.
Air Conditioning | Cooling Systems
Keeping cool in our sometimes triple digit weather is a priority for most homeowners. Boise Valley Plumbing's cooling experts can help you select the best size and cooling system for your needs based on the size of your home and desired base temperature.
Whether your want to cool a room or the entire house, evaporative coolers, single room units, central air and ductless systems are available.
Our cooling professionals can guide you as you select your system and can install them using methods that increase efficiency and meet warranty standards.
9 REASONS TO CALL A PLUMBER
1. Your house will be empty over part or all of the winter. If you do not winterize your home, you could end up with a lot of water damage by spring.
2. If the main line backs up then the sewage from your toilet could end up coming out of your bathtub or shower. Yearly maintenance can prevent this unpleasant experience. If it does happen, a Boise Valley Plumber can take care of it quickly.
3. Shower valve replacement, moving a toilet or converting a bathtub to a shower require a plumber to make sure that you are up to code. Plus, moving a toilet can be particularly unpleasant.
4. Water heater maintenance, repair, and replacement should be done by a plumbing professional as you are dealing with many gallons of hot water. Trying to fix a minor problem could result in a bigger problem.
5. Water softener installation is different in every home. A Boise Valley Plumber will make sure that the softener is installed correctly. They have all the tools, additional pipes or adapters that may be needed.
6. Of course major bathroom installs need a plumbing professional, if the existing plumbing is reconfigured to make sure that the work meets code.
7. Take advantage of your service calls and have the plumbing professional take a look at your other plumbing systems to see if they need maintenance. This will save you money in the future by preventing leaks and blockages.
8. Even small projects can be expensive compared to the value of your time. Homeowners can often insulate their own pipes, install the dishwasher, or hook up their refrigerator ice maker, but doing something for the first time can take much longer than you expect. A Boise Valley Plumber will be able to complete the tasks quickly and correctly.
9. For new construction working with a plumbing contractor will ensure that the pipes and fixtures are properly placed to ensure years of trouble free plumbing.
10. A newly installed hot water heater must be filled with water properly before it is turned on, or the heating element can overheat and self-destruct.
At Boise Valley Plumbing we provide free estimates and there will not be any hidden fees.
Our professionals will arrive early, work quickly and clean up carefully before they leave the site.