#1 Plumbing Services - Residential Plumbing Repairs
When residents need a plumbing company they can trust for high-quality work and a satisfaction guarantee, they call PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains. Contact us with your plumbing issue at 843-417-0017.
PlumbSure Plumbing & Drains is a full-service plumbing company. We’re family-owned and dedicated to providing our customers with plumbing solutions at affordable prices. We’re fully licensed and insured, and our technicians are background-checked and drug tested for your peace of mind.
With over 15 years of plumbing experience, there’s nothing we can’t handle.
We offer the following plumbing solutions:
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Our Customers Are the Best in Town!
“I am very pleased with our complete bathroom rehab. Ray Imes did meticulous work, kept us informed during the process, was very congenial, did amazing cleanup, kept us informed of the schedule, and did amazing custom work that resulted in a beautiful bathroom with a walk-in shower. I highly recommend Plumbsure Plumbing & Drains.”
“Amazing response time and quality of work! Raymond was very professional and knowledgeable and taught me some things throughout his time fixing our issue.”
“Ray managed to squeeze me in the same afternoon that my home warranty company contacted him about fixing my leaking disposal. He quickly diagnosed the problem and replaced my disposal in less than 30 minutes. I was impressed! While he was here, he patiently answered all of my questions. Five stars!”
When to Call a Residential Plumbing Contractor
Sometimes, what appears to be a minor plumbing issue quickly devolves into an expensive, time-consuming, and messy rabbit hole. The key to avoiding this hassle is knowing when to call a plumber for help before things get out of hand. Here are the most common plumbing scenarios where you should call for professional help.
Imagine waking up in the morning or coming home in the evening and not having any water in the house. If this happens, check with your neighbors to see if it’s an issue with a broken city line. If everything is normal, call a plumber to determine the problem.
No Hot Water
Next on our list of problematic plumbing issues is running out of hot water. If you have a tank-style water heater, running out is normal after everyone has taken their morning showers. However, if you consistently run out or the water never gets hot even after the tank has filled, call a plumber to determine if you need a water heater repair or a replacement.
Sweating Water Heater
If you notice your water heater is “sweating” or you see water pooling around the tank’s base, it usually means there’s a leak. Sometimes, the leak is caused by a broken valve or a loose connection. However, it could be the tank is failing, which can cause a flood if you don’t call a plumber to fix it as soon as possible.
Low Water Pressure
If you’ve always had good water pressure, but now you barely get a trickle out of your faucets, check with your water supplier to see if there’s a problem on their end. If negative, make an appointment for a plumber to investigate. Low water pressure could be caused by a blockage in a single fixture or in the main water line itself.
Slow or No Drainage
Drain clogs are one of the most common plumbing problems affecting homeowners. Whether it’s a toilet, sink, or bathtub, it’s almost a given that you’ll experience a drain clog. A plunger and a little elbow grease remove most clogs; however, some clogs are too embedded and need a pro to remove. If you have a drain that consistently clogs and every method you’ve tried to fix it has failed, call one of our master plumbers.
Like clogged drains, an overflowing toilet is a common household plumbing issue, especially if you have kids who love to see what they can flush down the toilet. If your toilet won’t flush properly and plungers don’t work, call a professional plumber to see what’s happening.
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Most plumbing problems are isolated incidents and don’t mean you need to replace your pipes. However, sometimes that is the case, but it’s difficult to know because most of your plumbing is out of sight.
Repiping your home is a major decision, but it’s probably the right one if you experience any of the following issues:
- Poor water pressure
- Frequent leaks
- Visible corrosion
- Rusty or cloudy water
- Noisy pipes
- Water that tastes or smells bad
As mentioned, these problems don’t necessarily mean you need pipe replacement, so it’s best to call a professional to assess your plumbing system and recommend the best repair.