The last thing any homeowner wants, a major plumbing problem can cause sewage leaks and even structural damage to your home.
That’s where we come in.
At T Smith Plumbing Contractors , we offer a full range of residential and commercial plumbing services, and we are committed to providing professional, honest and affordable service on every job. So don’t mess around with do – it – yourself plumbing techniques – our licensed, professional, courteous plumbing experts can provide solutions for all of your plumbing needs, including:
- Recommendations for reducing your fuel bill
- Boilers, radiators and heating systems for home and work environments
- Water treatment
- Sewer and drain cleaning
- Septic system repair, maintenance and installation
- Installation of new fixtures for Jacuzzis, hot tubs, showers, sinks and toilets
- Outdoor irrigation systems
- Appliance Hook-Ups
- Fixture Faucets
- Garbage Disposals
- Gas Lines Including (BBQ/Fire Pit)
- Leak and Line Location
- Sewer and Camera
- Water Lines Repairs Or Re-Pipe Laundry Sink Installation
- Tub and Shower Replacement (Options Include: Tile, Cultured Stone and Fiberglass)
- Shower Doors
- Shower Valves
- Water Filtration
- Water Heaters
- Tank-Less Water Heaters
So whether your plumbing needs are big or small, residential or commercial, simple or complex, we can help!
For more information or to receive a free estimate, give us a call today.
Saving water as well as energy is more important than ever. Here are a few tips that will help you save money and have less of an impact on the environment:
- Save hundreds of gallons of water each week. Just install low-flow showerheads and aerator faucets.
- Update your toilet. Toilets made before 1993 usually use at least 3.5 gallons per flush, whereas new high-efficiency models use less than 1.3 gallons. Installing a new toilet could save a family of four more than $90 on their water bill annually, $2,000 over the lifetime of the toilet.
- Fix toilet leaks and faucet drips. Did you know a leaky toilet can waste 73,050 gallons of water a year? Or that a faucet dripping at one per second can waste more than 3,000 gallons of water a year?
- Think about investing in a tankless water heater. You’ll reduce heating costs and water waste because you won’t have to let the water run while it heats up.
- Wash only full loads of laundry. Refer to the appropriate load size selection on the washing machine to save water.
Put some of these simple “green plumbing” ideas to work around your home and you’ll be doing your fair share to protect our environment.