Appliance Installation in Boise, Idaho
Toilets, gas barbecues, disposals, sinks, fixtures, ice makers all should be installed by a licensed plumber to make sure that they meet code. It also guarantees that the product warranties will be honored in the event of a problem. Boise Valley Plumbers have passed rigorous exams and spent years in the field studying under master plumbers.
Adding new fixtures to your bathroom or kitchen is an inexpensive way to update your home. We represent companies that have a wide selection of faucets, sinks and toilets. Choosing the correct style and size of fixtures is very important as they will affect the installation and performance.
Having fixtures installed by professional plumbers ensure that all warranties will apply. Also, the existing plumbing may be unconventional or aged, which can make installation challenging.
Water pooling around the drain in your sink or shower could indicate a clogged drain. A running toilet, dripping faucet or leaking sink can be an indication of other problems.
Although a slow drip or leak may not cause damage, if left uncorrected it can develop into an expensive problem.
A dripping faucet, clogged drains, frozen garbage disposals, these are all inconveniences that can be quickly dealt with by a plumber.
They can handle any residential plumbing problem not matter how big or small. Our master plumbers are licensed and approved by the state. Our plumbers are licensed friendly professionals who understand how stressful and unexpected expense and inconvenience can be.
When something goes wrong such as a leaky water pipe, a clogged drain, or the installation of new plumbing fixtures there are several reasons to call a local, licensed plumber.
Trying to fix your own plumbing problems can create hazards in your home. When you are working on your home's water supply, there is a chance you could get water on the wiring. Electricity and water do not mix.
There is also a danger of poisoning as many household cleaners and products used in plumbing do not mix and can create toxic fumes. Your plumbing professional knows how to use each chemical correctly.
You may also create a more expensive problem by misdiagnosing the problem. The leak from your ceiling may be from a small leak in your upstairs sink. Discovering this after you have torn open your ceiling would be much more expensive than hiring a plumber who would just fix the leak for the price of a service call...and you wouldn't have to fix any drywall.
If your water is backing up out of your sink drain, or water is pooling around your slow shower drain you could have a clogged drain.