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Quality Service Today has all of your plumbing needs covered! Whether you are looking for immediate help with a pipe leak, or you are planning on having older fixtures replaced, our team is here to provide you with the quality solutions you need!
Quality Service Today offers full-service plumbing solutions for residential customers throughout the Pittsboro area. Call now to schedule service with our experts and learn more about your options for installation, repair, or replacement.
A problem in your sewer line can spell big trouble for the rest of your plumbing system. If your sewer line is blocked with excess debris, or if the line is leaking or damaged, you may end up with backed up drains, waste coming out of your shower drain after you flush, or overflowing toilets.
The most effective way to identify sewer line issues is to conduct a comprehensive inspection. We offer noninvasive sewer pipe inspections that will quickly alert us to the cause of your sewer line problem. Through a high-definition camera that’s snaked through the sewer lateral, we can check for obstructions, leaks, cracks, and other issues affecting your system.
The best solution to your sewer line problem will depend on the source of the problem and the extent of damage to your system. Our experts will take the time to go over the best options for your particular situation.
An unexpected clog in your kitchen or bathroom sink can turn messy if the problem isn’t resolved efficiently. If you are having trouble getting a stubborn clog to move, don’t hesitate to call on our experts for professional service. We can remove even the toughest clogs using our drain cleaning machines. Whether it’s excess toilet paper, clumps of hair, or a foreign object causing the obstruction, you can count on our experts to get the blockage out of your system in no time.
You rely on your water heater for hassle-free showers and other chores. Don’t let a broken water heater affect your daily routine for long—contact our experts to have your system inspected. We will let you know whether repair or replacement is best based on the extent of the problem and your specific needs and budget.
Quality Service Today is your local plumbing contractor committed to helping you get through your normal routine without hassle. No matter your plumbing problem, our experts are prepared to make sure you receive the quality solutions you deserve.
Enjoy peace of mind in no time when you work with our Pittsboro plumbers! Call (919) 276-5371 today to schedule your next drain, sewer, or gas line service with us.
Very professional and qualified
Very professional and qualified
Quality Service was very responsive and provided excellent service
Nick is knowledgeable, patient, helpful. He explains what he’s doing and why. And then he fixes it right.
Prompt response and friendly demeanor..
as usually Nathan did a great job.
Nathan came out on a Sunday and got our water going
I will ecinend quality plumbing to my neighbors
Nick was quick and efficient, solved our problem.
Both Chris and Blake were knowledgeable and professional. Very personable and polite. Very hard workers. Listened to and addressed all my concerns. A job well done by both. Many thanks!!!
Upon arrival to the home I used the Camera to complete my inspection of the sewer line after inspecting sewer line I found a large root ball in the second clean out located right next to the water meter, after talking with the homeowner and taking pictures he was in touch with the homeowners association which as of right now says they will cover the price of the repair and they will handle the issue, if something does change the homeowner did say he will call us back to get this issue fixed because he is pleased with how we handle things, the homeowner to pay the $49 dispatch fee and if anything else comes about this we will take care of it for him
Upon arrival to the home customer stated they would like to get a septic inspection done, after looking up the septic report and talking with the homeowner the septic system is only about six years old and the homeowner just wanted me to look at it and make sure everything looked as it should, after talking with the homeowner and taking a look everything was functioning properly and as it should I did talk to the homeowner about getting a UV light filter installed he’s going to do some research on it before we do that, once he makes his decision he will let us know
-replace half horsepower sump pump at lift station for septic tank -replace float switch -1 year can’t write a check warranty Upon arrival to the home the homeowner made me aware of the location of the sewer ejection pump. I then proceeded to pull the old pump out of the Pumpstation and disconnect the old float switch and wires. I then proceeded to Disconnect the standpipe. Once the standpipe was disconnected I cut the end of it off and replaced it with a new 2 inch threaded adapter. I then ran the wires for the new pump and placed the float switch where it goes. Once I had everything installed properly I tested everything thoroughly to make sure that it was working properly. I also installed two new riser lids above the septic tank lids. I screwed the lids down to make sure that they were on there correctly.
Upon arrival spoke with the homeowner and explained me that he was just doing the routine pumping, after further evaluation of the tank I then gave an upfront option and price on pumping up to 1000 gallons, after signature approval I then began to pump the tank clean and clear of any liquids or solids, after completion of pumping I cleaned up all tools and materials. - pump up to 1000 gallons
Upon arrival I spoke with homeowner and he made me aware that Nick was out earlier today looking at the sump pump and discovered that the tank needed to be pumped until the new sump pump could be installed, after further evaluation i then gave multiple upfront options and pricing, After signature approval on pumping up to 1000 gallons and installing a riser on the inlet side and outlet side of the tank up to 24 inches, i then began to pump the tank clean and clear of any liquids or solids, after completion of pumping i then made the homeowner aware that when we came back to install the sump pump that we would install the risers at the same time, after completion of the job we cleaned all tools and materials. - pump up to 1000 gallons - install risers on inlet and outlet side of tank
Hand dig to expose septic tank lid On today’s visit I have a customer made me aware that the emergency light for the sewage eject or pump was on indicating a failure. I removed The lid to the pump station and manually plug the pump in finding it not to function. As I was feeling for any vibration I found that the pipe had came loose from the pump potentially causing the pump to constantly run and therefore fail. So I pulled the pump out to get the Correct sizing so that I can provide the customer with multiple options and upfront pricing. The customer has chosen option two which consists of a new half horsepower sewage eject or pump/float switch/one-year warranty. A pump has been ordered and I will follow up on potential arrival date once I get more information. Based on the fact that the pump is in operable at this point the customer has decided to have me hand dig up both sides of the septic tank and my septic truck will come pump both sides down after giving multiple options and up
Upon arrival I spoke with the customer and he made me aware that they were having another company do an evaluation Thursday and needed the tank pumped for the evaluation, after further evaluation of the tank I then gave multiple upfront options and pricing, after signature approval on pumping up to 1000 gallons and pumping an additional 500 gallons and also agitating the tank so it could be pumped and cleaned properly, i then began to agitate the tank, after agitating I then pumped the tank clean and clear of any liquids or solids, after completion of pumping i then went inside and flushed all the toilets multiple times and ran the sinks to ensure that everything was flowing properly. - pump up to 1000 gallons - pump an additional 500 gallons - agitate so the tank can be cleaned properly
Disconnect Plumbing Water Lines and Drains, and Remove Wall Mounted Sink Install New 24” Vanity, and Reuse Faucet off of Old Mounted Sink Prepare Drain Lines and Water Lines to Accommodate for New Vanity Assemble and Install Vanity, Shim if Needed to Level Vanity Replace All Drains Under Sink and Tie into Existing Outlet in Wall Secure Vanity to Sheetrock, and Caulk for Water Tight Seal Where Needed Arrived today to install a 24” vanity in an employee restroom. Currently, there is a wall mounted sink which has come loose from the wall. In order to remedy the issue and add some preventative measures, we decided to install a normal vanity. The base will add support from pressure when leaning on the sink, and will have a larger surface for mounting. I began by using the isolation valves under the sink to turn the water off to the faucet. I was able to dismount the old sink, remove all the old hardware. Due to previous damage which caused the sink to become loose, there is portions of the
Arrived to the Store today to take a look at a sink that has pulled away from the wall. The sink is a wall mounted version, and is secured to the Sheetrock behind it. It is more than likely pulling from the wall due to excessive weight being put on it. The anchors are loose in the Sheetrock, and the Sheetrock has broken due to that excessive stress. After discussing with Donielle, we decided to go the route of replacing the wall mounted sink with a vanity. A vanity will be more secured than the wall mounted version, and repairing the wall mount sink would more than likely result in the sink pulling away from the wall again. At this time, I have estimates to replace the wall mount sink with vanity’s in either 24” or 14” widths, and performing the necessary work to fit the new vanities to the existing plumbing. At this time, if we could email the estimates to [email protected], Donielle will facilitate forwarding the emails to corporate to gain approval for the work. Once the $49.
Upon arrival to the home the customer stated that he was having an issue with the septic leak and water out into his neighbors property so at that time he used his skid steer to try to grade out the land for the water to runoff. While he was doing this he hit multiple PVC pipes located on the ground which caused a lot of water to come out of the ground, after continuing to use the skid steer to remove dirt for the water to be diverted, it has caused extremely muddy mess. I informed the homeowner that he needs to get in contact with the county in order to get the septic records. At the same time I informed them, I would have the county look at the issue seeing how the septic leach lines could have been compromised due to the skid steer. Everything is approximately 6 to 8 inches deep in mud and is completely saturated at this time, the water is draining off but the homeowner is going to get in touch with the county before doing anything further at this time.
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.