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Residential Plumbing Services

Whether your building a ground-up custom home or simply replacing a faucet our comprehensive knowledge of your homes plumbing system means we will not only have your project done quickly but efficiently. As always our plumbing repair professionals will treat your home with only the utmost care addressing all your concerns and answering any questions you may have. We also strive to stay up to date on the newest techniques and materials holding certifications in Poly Pex water distribution systems, Poly Etholine and flexible stainless steel gas systems and point of use or tankless water heating systems. So whatever your residential plumbing need may be no job is too big or too small for JC Plumbing.

Examples of some Residential Plumbing Services we have completed:

 
  • Tankless and Tank Type water heaters
  • Slab leaks
  • Re-Pipes
  • Faucets
  • Toilets
  • Sinks
  • Gas leaks
  • Hot water recirculation systems
  • R.O. & Soft water systems
  • Garbage disposals
  • and many more!

 

Dishwashers

A dishwasher can be said to be a mechanical device that is used for cleaning dishes and any other household eating utensil. It is actually very common to spot dishwashers in the homes of people and even in restaurants. Dishwashers can be viewed as machines that were invented so that they can simplify the work of human beings with respect to the washing of utensils. (Read more…)

 

Disposals

Disposers can be said to be anything that is used for the purpose of disposing refuse. It is very important for any household, office, restaurant or any other place to have disposers. Whether we as civilized human beings realize it or not, disposers are an integral part in our lives as they are the ones which we use to dispose all the materials that we might consider to be unwanted. (Read more…)

 

Faucets and Sinks

A faucet can be said to be a device for regulating the flow of a liquid from a reservoir such as a pipe or drum. Faucets and sinks go hand in hand and one cannot purchase a faucet without subsequently getting a sink or pipe or drum. (Read more…)

 

Floor Drains

A floor drain can be defined as a drainage fixture that is installed in the floor of a water emitting structure. The floor drains are designed to remove any standing water that comes in contact with it. Floor drains usually range in size, shape, and even models. Most floor drains are round, but you can find square ones and even rectangular ones. Floor drains can also have gratings that can be made of either metal or plastic. (Read more…)

 

Maintenance

Depending on the understanding of a person, preventative maintenance has variety of meanings. It can range from the care and servicing by personnel for the purpose of maintaining equipment and facilities in satisfactory operating condition by providing for systematic inspection, detection, and correction of incipient failures either before they occur or before they develop into major defects or one can even understand preventative maintenance to including tests, measurements, adjustments, and parts replacement, performed specifically to prevent faults from occurring. (Read more…)

 

Pool and Outdoors

There’s nothing like taking a dip in an outdoor pool. The water, the sun, the breeze, it’s the only way to soak up the summer. Pools located outdoors also have other implications other than merely having lots of fun whilst taking a dip in them. (Read more…)

 

Sewer and Drain Cleaning

Having plumbing problems or a clogged sewer drain can happen to anyone at any given time, and often, it isn’t as simple as throwing some Chemical Drain Cleaner down the blocked or slow drain and wait for the clog inside to go away, there is a process that is required to be followed so as to achieve the objective that is to have clean sewers. This article seeks to guide people on sewer and drain cleaning. (Read more…)

 

Sewer Lines

Sewer lines are of great importance as they are what carry all the waste excretes from human beings and dumps them to the relevant dumping site. As such, the cleaning of sewer lines has to be done with the utmost care and specialty. (Read more…)

 

Showers and Tubs

One of the most important item of a household and is actually what is used to gage the value of a house is its showers and tubs. Showers and tubs are the main attraction in the bathroom of a person and as such, shower and tub developers have dedicated a great deal of their time and resources towards developing some of the most stylish showers and tubs so that they can suit the lifestyle and comfort of a person. (Read more…)

 

Sump Pumps

Basically, a sump pumps serves the purpose of removing groundwater that accumulates around someone’s house.  Sump pumps are ideal for those parts of the country that experience heavy rain and are necessary for houses built on flat or low-lying areas. Sump pumps can save you thousands of dollars which will be spent due to damage when flooding occurs;sump pumps provide everyday protection from groundwater and accumulated moisture. (Read more…)

 

Toilets

Toilets are sanitation fixtures which are used primarily for the disposal of human excrement and urine, often found in a small room referred to as a toilet or at times bathroom, as commonly referred to by many people. (Read more…)

 

Water Heaters

Water heaters use a heating source to raise the temperature of incoming cold water from a municipal main or well. The heated water is stored in a tank and distributed on demand to showers, bathtubs, sinks and other water-using equipment in the home, school, hospital or restaurant. (Read more…)

 

Water Softeners

Water softeners are used in the reduction of the concentration of calcium, magnesium, and certain other impurities that may be found in hard water. These ions that make the water be hard can cause a variety of undesired effects, including interfering with the action of soaps, the buildup of limescale, which can foul plumbing, and galvanic corrosion. (Read more…)