Piping Services in Gardner
Repairs, Replacements & More; Call Beemer Plumbing!
The pipes that feed water to the various areas of your home that need it are integral to your day to day life. Pipes are durable, long-lasting, and reliable, and many people think nothing can or will go wrong with them simply because they aren’t a moving part. Likewise, when they’re built from a sturdy material like hard plastic or metal, it can seem almost impossible that they’ll sustain any damage. However, environmental factors as well as wear and tear from constant exposure to water can all cause pipes to wear out and experience problems. If your pipes have sprung a leak, or you’re dealing with a catastrophic pipe-related emergency, make the call to the Gardner piping pros at Beemer Plumbing right away.
At Beemer Plumbing, we promise to deliver world-class pipe repair services when you need them the most. We work with all different types of plumbing lines in all different sizes, meaning you can count on us to bring you the repair solution your property needs. We’ve seen what leaks can do, and we know that’s the last thing you want to deal with. Our workmanship is always first-class, our customer service is always elite, and our customers are always happy when we’re finished, meaning we truly deliver one of the finest experiences you’ll get from a plumber anywhere in the area. Plus we stand by the work we do, giving you total peace of mind that the job will be done right, and that your plumbing issue will be gone for good.
Got a problem with your pipes? Look no further than the Gardner piping service pros at Beemer Plumbing to solve it. Dial (913) 933-0031 today and get the help you need.
Frozen Pipe Repairs
Frozen pipes are an unfortunate hazard during the winter months. As the temperature drops, exposed outdoor pipes or pipes in spaces that are not climate controlled become vulnerable to seeing their temperatures drop as well, especially metal pipes. As the temperature of the pipe drops, so does the temperature of the water inside, causing it to eventually freeze. As water freezes, it expands, and when it has nowhere to expand to, it forces itself into space by cracking and damaging water lines.
If you encounter frozen pipes in your home or business, we recommend contacting our team as soon as possible to schedule a plumbing inspection. Our team will carefully examine your plumbing lines for damage and work to get them flowing smoothly once again. Some problems can be fixed with a simple patch, while other frozen pipes need to be replaced entirely. Our electronic leak detection services can locate even the smallest leaks in plumbing lines, giving you peace of mind of knowing that any damage from a pipe freeze is solved completely.
Burst Pipe Repairs
A burst pipe is when a pipe suddenly and dramatically fails, resulting in a huge gush of water exploding out of the line. These sudden catastrophes can often cause an extensive amount of damage in a short amount of time, making them one of the scariest and most difficult plumbing emergencies to deal with.
Burst pipes can happen for several reasons. While the aforementioned frozen pipes are one reason, other issues like a defect in a pipe’s construction or too much water pressure combined with excessive corrosion can also cause this issue. Whatever caused your pipe to burst, Beemer Plumbing’s experienced team of piping professionals will solve it and keep your property’s most important plumbing lines intact. We also help with burst drain lines, which can cause a whole new set of problems by discharging sewage and waste into your property.
Make the right choice and have your property repaired by the experts from Beemer Plumbing! Contact us today.
“The work that is done is done on time and at the price quoted. No surprises!”- Karen C.
“Everyone is professional and respectful.”- Jacquie M.
“Very professional and took pride in their work explained the process and when I asked for something to be done differently there was no hesitation in making sure it was done the way I wanted it or he told me why it had to be the way it was being completed.”- Don K.