Piping Excellence in Jacksonville: Our Plumbing Team

Piping Excellence in Jacksonville: Our Plumbing Team

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Whether your water heater is leaking or you have no warm water in your home, Plumbing Service Group Jacksonville FL has a certified technician who can help. This plumber company’s technicians undergo years of shadowing with a master plumber before they are allowed to work on your home. This gives them the training they need to fix even the most difficult issues.

Sump Pump Repair

The sump pump is an important part of your home’s plumbing system. It helps prevent water damage by keeping the basement dry during storms. However, it can become damaged or fail completely if not maintained properly. This can lead to water damage to personal belongings and basement finishes, and even mold or mildew.

The average cost for sump pump repair is $150 to $250. This includes a technician filling the sump pit with water, discharging water, checking the float switch and cleaning out any debris from the grate. It also includes repairing or replacing the battery on the backup sump pump if necessary.

Irregular cycles can indicate a faulty float switch or a pump that is too small for the volume it must move. Unfamiliar noises, such as grinding or rattling, could be an indication that the impeller fan is damaged or jammed.

Water Heater Repair

If your home’s water heater isn’t producing hot water or you’re noticing a spike in your gas bill, it’s likely time to schedule a professional repair. The team at Snyder Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electric can help you choose the right gas or electric water heater for your home and get your hot water back as quickly as possible.

Water heater repairs can also address issues such as poor water pressure or strange-tasting or oddly-colored water. If your water heater cycles on and off or shuts itself off completely, this can be a sign of a malfunctioning thermostat, which could lead to a clog.

Plumber contractor services provided for residential and commercial applications. Capabilities include sewer line, drain, faucet, toilet and tankless water heater repair and installation. Also offers hydro jetting, repiping and leak detection services. Serves commercial industries including hospitals, restaurants and hotels. 24 hour emergency services available.

Thermocouple Repair

If you have no warm water in your home, this is a sign that the thermocouple (safety sensor) on your gas water heater has failed. The thermocouple signals to the gas valve if the pilot light is on and is supposed to close off the flow of gas, but if it fails it may result in a gas leak.

Our plumbers can replace your thermocouple to restore your home’s hot water supply.

Your bathroom is a sanctuary, so any disruptions in your plumbing system can really throw off your day. If you’re experiencing constant dripping from faucets or strange sounds coming from your pipes, call Snyder Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electric to schedule a plumber repair. We’ll have a professional technician in your home quickly to diagnose the problem and provide a solution. You’ll love our courteous service and upfront pricing! Schedule your plumbing repair today. We proudly serve Orange Park, Jacksonville, Atlantic Beach and surrounding areas.

Dip Tube Repair

When your water heater dip tube fails, cold water mixes with the hot water in your tank and reduces its temperature. This can result in lukewarm showers or a lack of hot water altogether. The best way to detect a faulty dip tube is by checking the water temperature and pressure in your home’s faucets. You can also check the dip tube by putting it in a bowl of water. Plastic particles float, while sediment will dissolve in the water.

First, turn off your circuit breaker that supplies power to your water heater. Then, drain the water heater tank to get rid of any plastic flecks inside. Next, disconnect the nipple at the top of the tank. This is a short piece of pipe threaded on both ends. Remove the dip tube and replace it with a new one, making sure to choose a type of tubing made from durable materials like cross-linked polyethylene (PEX). Reconnect the nipple and supply line, restore power, and turn on the water.

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