As you’re most familiar with your home or business, you’ll known when something is wrong with your plumbing system. Signals of plumbing issues include leaking pipes, foul odors, interior and exterior flooding, loud noises, low water pressure and more. When something is wrong, it’s important to call a professional to solve the issue.
While DIY methods and hacks may seem tempting and often appear quick and cheap, they’re not a viable option. “Do it yourself” repairs can easily lead to further damage and even more expensive repairs down the line. We encourage all of our community members in Chapel Hill and the surrounding areas to give us a call for your plumbing needs, we’re always here to help.
Backed by years of experience in the plumbing industry, our team of experts in Chapel Hill is ready to serve any and all needs of our clients. No matter the service we provide, we’ll get your system back online and ready for use without breaking the bank or sacrificing on quality of work. With the latest technology, we’re able to help you solve your plumbing issues quickly and efficiently.
Pipe inspection is the most important step in the repair process, as it sets our team up for success in solving your plumbing issues. Inspections can tell us the age of your pipe, the composition material, point to any cracks, leaks and clogs, and tell us what needs to be done. Inspection is done using a high-tech video camera that is inserted through an entry point in your system, known as a clean out hole. The camera is then navigated around your system recording footage to be reviewed by our team in Chapel Hill later. Once we reviewed, we take the information collected in the inspection and provide you with diagnosis of the issues and potential solutions. We work with you every step of the way to keep you informed and confident your home is in good hands.
If we’ve identified that your pipe needs a repair, we’ll utilize the trenchless pipe repair method of pipe lining, allowing us to seal your current pipe with epoxy to prevent further damage, and save you the money of replacing it. The begin the pipe lining process, the inside of the broken pipe is thoroughly cleaned and lined with an even coating of epoxy. Next, a specially designed tube is inserted into the damaged pipe and inflated, creating a pipe within the broken one that’s jointless and corrosion resistance. This protects the pipe from further damage and prevents the current damage from spreading.
Through the thorough inspection of your system, we may have identified that a pipe in your system needs replacing. If this is the case, we’ll use the trenchless repair method of pipe bursting. This allows us to replace the pipe in your system without expensive and intrusive digging on your property, sparing thousands in landscaping, sidewalks, driveways and more. The pipe bursting process includes a bursting head attached to a new pipe, which is then inserted in the place of the damaged one. As the old pipe is pushed out of your system, a new one is pushed in its place. The bursting head is then detached from the new pipe and your system is back online and ready for use.
You can count on our experts to provide long-term solutions that will leave your plumbing system running efficiently for years to come. No matter the size of your plumbing project and no matter what’s causing your plumbing problem, you will always receive the personal attention and quality service you deserve.
Call (919) 276-5371 to work with Chapel Hill’s preferred plumbers! Quality Service Today is committed to your comfort and peace of mind.
Nick Pleasants was amazing. He showed up timely and with a fun, positive attitude. He figured out the issue right away and solved the problem within the same visit. He went above and beyond to clean up as much as possible. I would highly recommend Nick to anyone and would specifically request for him if I ever need his services again.
Very thorough estimate
Nick was sweet, efficient, and effective. He quickly found the issue (was the appliance, not the sink) and charged me a very fair rate for his work. He even gave me suggestions of others locally to call for the repair and helped me find the part I needed. Awesome service.
Nathan is an excellent technician. He located the problem and repaired it. Highly recommend this service!
Nathan came to fix an issue with some leaks. He was fast, efficient, communicative and it’s clear he knows what’s he’s doing. I will definitely be using this company again and will recommend to others.
Cut and flare on gas cap fitting in the wall that was servicing the gas logs Will return Friday to complete work once customer removes the fireplace and base Capped off gas line in wall in living room where the old gas fireplace was
Install customer supplied kitchen faucet with no membership plan. Change Order Upon arrival to the home the homeowner notified me that he had tried to change the cartridge to his kitchen faucet himself and stripped the nut. I successfully changed out his kitchen faucet that he supplied, everything was cleaned up afterwards and functioning properly.
Remove under mount sink in master bathroom and install new under mount sink with new brush nickel pop up assembly and replace both hot and cold shut off with new supply This option also includes replacing emergency shut offs at other master bathroom sink and installation of a Toto Drake premium toilet Return today 9/20/21 Removed old cracked under mount sink in master bathroom and cleaned silicone from bottom of countertop After removing old sink and all silicone installed new under mount sink and sealed to counter top with silicone and reinstalled clips to hold it tight to counter top also installed new pop up assembly after installed tested drain for leaks and found none at this time recommended not using for 24 hours to allow silicone time to dry properly After sink was completed in same bathroom I replaced both emergency shut offs under both sinks then went into hall bathroom and replaced old Koehler toilet with new Koehler toilet with 3 inch flush valve and soft close toil
After arriving to the home the homeowner made me aware that we have already been out to this address and the problem has since been resolved via a third-party, after looking into the situation two separate calls were booked by the homeowner as well as a spouse under different names and phone numbers causing service titan not to identify that we have previously been out to the property
Upon arrival customer customer made me aware of a leak in the lavatory faucet It was located in joist removal and diagnostic option was given but at this time the customer chose to simply cap the lines to area
After riding up the quotes I called the grandson to let him know what was going on and let him know some pricing he also chose for me to email him one of the options that he was interested in and I sent that to him at this time he also stated that he was going to receive another quote on Thursday and will give us a call back on Friday afternoon to let us know whether we will be completing this work or if he was going to go with someone else, water heater is a month old and psi 45
Ran closet auger in master bathroom toilet and attempt to clear blockage Upon arrival customer made me aware that his master bathroom toilet had a block I gave the customer multiple options and upfront pricing at this time he chose to go with the economy option and simply auger the toilet.We ran multiple items in the home this is a condominium everything else is draining properly which is what led us to do toilet we were unable to clear the blockage in the toilet and upon further investigation found that the sewage eject or pump/lift station has failed for the building causing all clean outs and rear to before and all condos affected homeowner is attempting to contact property management to see about the next step. I am going to as a courtesy remove the $49 dispatch fee due to the inconvenience to the customer Also found a tripped circuit breaker in the lift station power panel did not want to proceed without any permission from property management Nick pleasants Chapel hill,nc
Replace PRV, no membership Upon arrival to the home and the homeowner showed me his low water pressure throughout the house and at the hose bibs, on further inspection I noticed that his PRV had gone bad and I replaced it. The new PRV went in smoothly and the pressure to the house was better, everything seems to be functioning properly.
Performed water analysis, test results were as follows Hardness-6 grains per gallon Iron- 1 ppm Ph- 7.2 Supplied upfront pricing for installation of water system, homeowner is going to do research before scheduling work
Includes: Diagnostic of all above well components above ground, offer pricing for repairs at that time After arriving to the home the homeowner expressed that they have not had water and at the well pump has been replaced approximately six years ago, after providing upfront pricing for diagnosis I proceeded to observe fluctuating voltage coming into the pressure switch and going out to the pump, the breaker panel currently has a cover removed and the 20 amp breaker is partially out of its slot in the panel Iâ€™m not sending correct power to the system, moving forward the homeowner will need to contact electrician to correct this issue before further diagnosis can occur, once correct voltage is restored if water itâ€™s not returned to the home, The well pump will need to be pulled to perform further diagnosis
We service residential projects in the local communities of Durham, Cary, Morrisville, Chapel Hill, Carpenter, Raleigh, Mebane, Hillsboro, Burlington, Graham, and Cedar Grove.
We serve your general plumbing projects, but we are also on call 24/7 throughout the year to help you through your North Carolina plumbing emergencies. When your water suddenly stops working on the weekend, when your toilet backs sewage up into your home during holiday break, when your water heater starts leaking all over the office in the middle of the night, or when some other plumbing inconvenience strikes, you can count on us.