08 Aug Leave Plumbing to the Professionals
It’s easy to take something like plumbing for granted. You control water in your home with a faucet or a flush, and never give it a second thought—until it’s not available or there’s water somewhere you don’t want it to be. When this happens, there’s no time to waste or to test your do-it-yourself skills. Without water, life can get very messy very quickly, and the same is true when you have water that’s leaking, damaging your home, and creating all kinds of costly headaches. It’s better to invest in professional plumbing services from the start, like those available from Cliff Bergin & Associates.
Connect With Confidence
With that in mind, let’s start at the beginning: installation. Correct placement and connections make all the difference when it comes to plumbing that looks and lasts as expected. Using a state-licensed plumber for every project, from repairs to remodeling, ensures that work is done correctly the first time—because any problem with a new faucet, water heater, or sump pump could be both costly and inconvenient. An experienced plumber can guarantee safe, up-to-code service for every installation, including:
- New kitchen and bath faucets and fixtures
- Laundry, dishwasher, and garbage disposal hookups
- Hose bibs
- Toilets and sanitary systems
- Water heaters
- Water conditioners and filters
- Reverse osmosis systems
- Sump pumps
- Well pumps
- Pressure tanks
Reliable Plumbing Repairs
It doesn’t take much water to damage floors or walls, so even small leaks need professional attention. With our range of experience at Cliff Bergin, we can repair anything from pipes and faucets to sewer lines. Ask us about repairs or replacements for these common concerns:
- Leaky pipes or faucets
- Running toilets
- Clogged or backed up drains
- Damaged or blocked sewer lines
- Low water pressure
- Water softening or water heater failures
In addition to regular inspection and care of the equipment that moves water in and out of your home or business, it’s important to make sure the quality of that water is maintained.
Water Testing—the most common problems are hard water or high iron content. In many cases, poor water quality is more annoying than dangerous, causing an odd scent or taste and making it more difficult to get and keep things clean. If you get your water from a private well, you should consider regular testing. Depending on results, we can recommend water softeners, iron filters, reverse osmosis systems, and more. Routine maintenance, like draining and removing sediment from a water heater, also goes a long way toward ensuring clean, clear water for you and your family.
Sump Pump Service—routine maintenance is also important for your sump pump, because if that fails, you could have a basement full of water—or worse. A flooded basement can cause a lot of damage, as well as problems with mold and mildew. Ask about sump pump annual maintenance and battery backups to protect your property if the power fails.
Find a Partner for All Your Home Repairs
Whether you need help with a minor faucet leak or are working on a major kitchen or bathroom remodel, it makes sense to work with a plumber who can handle all your needs. A few companies, like Cliff Bergin, go a step further and also service other important home systems, like your Carrier® furnace or air conditioning system. In addition to these quality products, we can take care of any make or model of heating and cooling system, including boilers. Contractors who do more are worth more—they are trusted partners who are familiar with you and your home, and act as your go-to guys for comfort and convenience.