We offer a wide variety of solutions for your plumbing needs, from service to new construction. Our plumbing technicians are not commission base and strive to offer solutions in our customer's best interest.
New Valve in the wall, new trim, new shower drain, and new toilet.
Water heater install in a finished-out garage, no access to get water heater pan to exterior, so floodstop installed.
Also, t&p drain located in the ground hidden, bent, and non-functional.
We added in an electrical disconnect due to distance to electrical panel.
Expansion tanks are designed for the internal rubber bladder to be pressurized to match water pressure to your home, they then absorb any expansion from water pressure fluctuations.
There are a couple of unfortunates with expansion tanks homeowners should know: Sometimes when they are installed, unfortunately the installer doesn't always check the incoming pressure to the home, and/or pressure the tank to match it. Also, the internal bladders break down, and lose pressure over time. Another issue with the tanks is that they are metal and can rust through causing a leak/pin hole, and cause a mess, or even water damage.
We have seen the average life expectancy of expansion tanks to be about 5 to 7 years, though unfortunately some have failed sooner, and others have lasted much longer. If your's is showing any signs of rust, water markings, build up, etc.; then it may be time to change it and we would be happy to help you with that.