Waste & Water Line Repair in Gardner
Helping Customers across Olathe & Johnson County
At Beemer Plumbing, we are equipped and prepared to replace and repair all varieties of water lines and waste lines. Our company has been serving residents of Johnson County and the surrounding communities for more than 20 years. We are a family owned and operated company with a reputation for quality work and excellent customer service.
Water Line Repair Services in Gardner
If you are noticing odd warning signs in your water supply — such as decreased water pressure, a contained flooding area in your yard, or discolored water — give us a call. You may need to repair or replace your water line. It is important to have this examined before the damage gets worse.
Causes of water line problems can include:
- High water pressure
- Problems with the soil, including acidity
- Tree roots growing into the pipe
- Mineral or sedimentary buildup
- Shifting ground
Expert Waste Line Service
Are you having trouble with your waste line? Our plumbing specialists are here for you. We have experience repairing all kinds of drain systems, from old copper drain systems to new PVC systems and everything in between. Call us to learn more.
Call (913) 933-0031 for a Free Price Quote
We can tackle your waste or water line problem. With decades of experience and a reputation for getting the job done right the first time, you won't regret choosing Beemer Plumbing! We accept most major credit cards, cash, or checks for any repairs. Whatever your plumbing needs may be, you can have confidence in our ability to address your concerns in a timely and thorough manner.
Call (913) 933-0031 or contact us online to schedule an appointment for waste and water line repair in Gardner.
“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.