When it comes to reliable plumbing services and solutions, your neighbors know that they can trust our experts at Quality Service Today. We’re your local Graham plumbing company committed to ensuring your peace of mind. Contact our team today to discuss your needs and get your plumbing problem resolved safely and efficiently.
Need help as soon as possible? We provide 24/7 emergency plumbing services throughout Graham, NC. Call today for immediate solutions.
Quality Service Today is a full-service plumbing company providing drain cleaning, sewer repair and replacement, bathroom remodeling, water filtration, and more. Our experts will take the time to inspect your plumbing problem, go over your options for repair or replacement, and make sure you receive the most cost-effective solution.
If you are struggling with recurring drain problems, there might be a larger issue developing in your sewer line. A sewer pipe inspection will help us locate the problem and allow our team to provide you with the most accurate solution.
During the inspection, we will snake a camera through the sewer line to look for blockages, leaks, decay, or other damage. Once we know what’s affecting your sewer pipe, we can discuss the next steps, whether that involves hydro jetting, sewer repair, or sewer replacement.
Having trouble removing a clog from your drain or toilet? When the plunger or other DIY drain cleaning methods won’t work, call our drain cleaning experts for help. We have the equipment and the skills to clear out clogged sinks, toilets, shower drains, and floor drains.
We only use safe drain cleaning methods that won’t harm your plumbing pipes. Our team can easily remove minor clogs using drain snaking equipment, while more serious blockages in the sewer line may need to be flushed out with hydro jetting.
Not getting any hot water? Notice a leak in your water heater tank? Contact us to schedule immediate water heater services. We will diagnose the problem and let you know if your system can be repaired, or if it requires a full replacement.
If you’re looking to replace an old water heater, we can help you select a new, more efficient system for your home or property. We install tank and tankless systems from all major brands, including high-efficiency equipment from A.O. Smith. Give us a call today to get started.
At Quality Service Today we are passionate about helping our customers achieve total peace of mind through reliable plumbing services and solutions. We will take the time to diagnose the problem, review your options, and provide you with an estimate upfront. You will always receive honest and transparent recommendations that are tailored to your particular needs and budget.
Enjoy hassle-free plumbing services and solutions in Graham, NC. Call us today at (919) 276-5371 to book an appointment or request an estimate.
The young man came and did the work, but before working he gave a quote on the work. He put on coveralls over his shoes, and I was very satisfied with the work he did. Thanks
IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE THEY ACTUALLY WANT TO CHARGE THIS MUCH! tHE ACTUAL EQUIPMENT MIGHT COST $2K!
Needed work done on my well. There within a few hours, great communication and excellent quality work.
Aris was very professional, knowledgeable and personable. I would highly recommend!
Our service technician, Blake Harrison did the impossible, getting our stubborn kitchen sink unclogged. My hubby is usually the fix it guy for electrical, plumbing, and home projects. But, after multiple failed attempts to unclog the sink, he decided to call in the professionals. Blake to the rescue. He was prompt, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and very personable. He’s now our go to guy at Quality Service Today for plumbing problems. Blake even brought a broom to clean up, extra points for that.
we had a flooding washing machine on a late Friday afternoon. Grateful that he came as quick as he did and got the water shut off. The faucet was very hard to turn for us.
Upon arrival let customer know I was going to flush out heater and check all the visible plumbing in home. Checked water pressure at heater, pressure reading about 55 psi which is safe pressure. Hooked up hose to heater and started flushing out. While heater was flushing, inspected plumbing in home. Checked kitchen sink first, noticed slightly lower pressure, attempted to clean aerator for better pressure. Checked supply stops under kitchen sink, all supply stops working properly. Went in guest bathroom and inspected toilet, found water bottle inside toilet tank, took out water bottle, toilet working properly. Inspected supply stops under bathroom sink, they are working properly. Inspected shower trim, did not notice any leaks, everything working properly. Inspected main shut off valve and PRV, both are working properly. Inspected pressure tank, tank working properly. Unhooked water hose and finished flushing out water heater. Informed customer of what I noticed with home.
➖Attempt to clear blockage by pulling the and running drain machine ➖Fix the washing machine drain Upon arrival to the home the homeowner made me aware that they were having an issue with a toilet not draining properly as well as the washing machine would back up into the tub every time it drains as well. After further investigation I came to the conclusion that the washing machine was not set up properly and therefore needed a Studor vent as well as The drain hose needed to be moved to the washing machine box. I then proceeded to give the homeowner upfront pricing and options to get this issue resolved today. The homeowner decided to have me go ahead and do the work to get the issue resolved, I started by installing the Studer vent properly that was already there but never installed and running my snake down the washing machine drain line. After a period of time of trying to clear the blockage From the washing machine drain I found that my snake would not go any further due to the
Upon arrival customer explained that ice maker wasn’t working after re-pipe made customer aware that I completely missed it so I shut water off to home and cut in shut off valve under sink the drilled hole though cabinet and fished supply line though cabinet and connected turned water back on tested and found no leaks
Remove faulty Pressure Reducing Valve with over 100 psi Install new Pressure Reducing Valve and adjust to safe pressure Remove supply stop in guest bath and install new supply stop Upon arrival customer stated that he needed supply stop changed so he could change fill valve in guest bathroom toilet. Customer also stated that his hose bibs would drip when in use. Inspected pressure on home, pressure exceeded 100 psi. Informed customer of potential risk of high water pressure. Gave customer multiple options and worked on one until we found one he liked. After getting approval turned water pressure off to home and disconnected old PRV. Installed new PRV with new pex piping to the main shut off. Proceeded to go into guest bathroom and cut out old supply stop to toilet. Installed new quarter turn supply stop. Restored water pressure to home and checked for leaks, none found. Installed customer supplied fill valve and made toilet was functioning properly as courtesy to customer. montec
Upon arrival to the property the customer stated over the phone that he needed a perk test done before he was the purchase of the land, I informed him that we do not do part test and that he would have to call the county go with the proper procedures that they say to get this work completed
Attempt to clear blockage at kitchen sink Upon arrival to the home the homeowner made me aware that the kitchen sink was stopped up. The customer also stated that there was a small leak underneath the kitchen sink. Upon further diagnosis I came to the conclusion that the kitchen sink was indeed stopped up and that water was leaking around The trap on the sink. I gave the homeowner upfront pricing and options to get this issue resolved today. The homeowner decided to have me go ahead and do the work to get the issue fixed. I Began by disassembling the P-trap underneath sink and running my drain machine down the line multiple times to make sure that the stoppage was cleared. I then reassembled the P-trap underneath the sink and ran water in the sink to make sure that everything is running properly and that there are no leaks. Everything is draining properly at this time.
After arriving to the home, the homeowner made me aware of an electric water heater which they discovered leaking least night. The homeowners have just recently moved in, but the home was built in the 70s. The current water heater is from 1996, and is leaking around the seams on the base. Due to age and specifications of the leak, this unit is irreparable and needs replacement. The homeowners also made me aware of their interest in going tankless. Currently, the home does not have natural gas, but a stub up for a meter is present. The homeowners would be responsible in contacting Dominion Energy for getting a meter placed, specifically for a 1/2 pound system since the tankless will be the only appliance on the gas system, and we would tie in off of that, bonding the gas system per code. For a tankless install, we would also facilitate the electrical and inspections after installation. The tankless unit would go on the back left corner of the home (as you face it), and we would run the
Upon arrival I spoke with the homeowner and made her aware that we were going to begin excavating the old sewer line so that we could begin installing the new sewer line from clean out at home to curb, After making the homeowner aware we began to excavate While excavating we hit the main waterline, I then made homeowner aware that we were going to install a new main waterline at no charge, after completion of Excavating we then began to install the new sewer line also installing the new waterline, after completion of installing the new waterline and sewer line we then made sure everything was flowing properly, after ensuring that everything was flowing properly we then backfield the sewer and water line and tamped to ensure no major settling also spreading straw over loose dirt, After completion of the job I then cleaned up all tools and materials. ⚫️ Install new main sewer from clean out of the home to the city tap, approximately 50 ft
After arriving to the home, the homeowner made aware of a leak on the water line that comes into the home. This was on the line I previously replaced and this leak has been going on for a few months. Once inspecting the line, I noticed the drip coming from a PEX Crimp Connection. I went to turn the water off at the Ball Valve I installed, but it appeared to be ineffective. I attempted to drain the house down but after 2-3 minutes, I decided to use the meter. I did notice the pressure seemed to be excessive, visually. Since this was under warranty, I went to repair the leak and replace the ball valve. What I discovered was the ball valve seemed to operate correctly, so I began to find another source of where the water could be entering the home. I was able to locate another water line that would explain another entrance to where the water enters the home, behind the water heater is a functional gate valve. I used this and was able to confirm that this isolated the home. Since this was t
Came out today and customer made me aware that hot and cold was crossed so I shut water off to home and corrected lines under bathtub turned water back on to home and checked everything in home and found no other issues
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.