Whether tasked with repairs, installations, or replacements, everyone needs a plumbing company they can trust. Here at Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems, we offer comprehensive services at an extremely competitive rate. Our experienced professionals are readily available to help you get the job done right. We have the expertise and manpower to deal with any issues that may arise. We service all of North Carolina.
Water heaters are a fundamental source of achieving a comfortable home environment. Whether you need to replace or repair your existing water heater, our technicians possess the know-how to determine the water heater system that best suits your needs.
Water heaters usually have a lifespan of 10 years. As long as your water heater is delivering hot water, any minor issue may go unnoticed. However, similar to other mechanical systems in your home, water heaters require routine maintenance to properly work. Our experts at Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems are here to recommend an appropriate course of action if you suspect your water heater needs to be serviced.
Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems can answer all questions regarding water heater problems to help customers make an informed decision on the services that best suit their water heater requirements.
Tankless water heaters provide hot water only as it is needed. Unlike storage water heaters, tankless heaters do not produce standby energy losses. Tankless water heaters avoid energy loss by utilizing a heating mechanism that heats water only when needed, which can be extremely energy-saving.
Tankless heaters are a great investment for anyone looking to reduce their carbon footprint while also saving money. Initial installation costs are indeed an investment for every household. However, the benefits outweigh the installation costs.
Our plumbing professionals can walk you through all different types of tankless heater options. Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems ensures every customer makes the best choice possible, bearing in mind their budget and lifestyle.
If your water supply depends on a nearby source, a reliable well pump is crucial to your regular activity. Well pumps are designed and built to provide a dependable and long-lasting supply of water. For many years, Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems has been serving residents with well and pump services to provide a steady supply of clean water. We offer installation, service, and repairs for water systems, sediment filtration, and chlorinations.
At Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems, we make sure to cover all client well and pump needs, from initial installations of water systems to emergency repairs when pumps break down or stop functioning as they should. Our team of expert plumbers has the know-how when it comes to well and pump product repairs. We also provide regular maintenance to ensure your system is in excellent operating condition and enhance its performance and lifespan.
At Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems our mission is to help customers enjoy clean water to drink, wash, shower, and cook with from their own ground resource. If you’re facing inconveniences with your water well needs, our plumbing specialists are ready to immediately respond to help keep customers connected with a clean and reliable water source.
Water is an essential to your plumbing system. In general terms, water filtration is the system that refers to the process used to filter out particles, pollutants, sediments, bacteria, and the taste of chlorine from water. Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems offers water filtration and repair services in North Carolina to ensure its customers have a cleaner and healthier water supply.
Our team of expert plumbers identifies the present condition of your water and helps you decide on making the best choice. Water does not need to qualify as non-potable to benefit from a water filtration system. The taste of chlorine in your water is a good enough reason to consider installing a filtration system. Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems will perform a water test to identify the impurities in your water and provide you with a list of options available to ensure access to potable drinking water. All product details are laid out to our customers to help them make the best choice possible.
Being proactive and maintaining your water filter is essential to keeping your water system working efficiently. We propose routine filter changes by Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems water specialists, who ensure top-grade water quality for you and your family.
Whether you need to upgrade your existing plumbing system or planning an addition, our team of experts is here to help you bring your dream to life. When remodeling, it’s crucial to ensure that every fixture is supplied with water and drain lines.
A plumbing rough-in requires careful planning and expert installation of the plumbing lines that connect the construction with the rest of the area’s supply and waste systems.
A properly functioning plumbing system is essential to your family’s comfort. One of the most common plumbing issues that homeowners face is with their pipes. Repiping is the process of replacing existing water pipes with a new system in your home.
Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems offers cost-effective and top-quality whole-house repiping solutions for North Carolina residents.
Our team of experts at Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems will evaluate your current piping system and determine the most suitable piping system for each home.
Blockages can be found in the sewer, toilet, and drain lines. Obstructions present themselves through various symptoms that may include slow draining, complete drain stoppages, and bad smells. A regular inspection of key plumbing fixtures can help locate and correct minor issues before they turn into emergencies.
Bathrooms in your household are frequently used by every member of the family. For this reason, it comes as no surprise that you are most likely to face plumbing problems in the bathroom of your home.
1. Faucets: Check sink, tub, and shower faucets regularly for leaks. Water supply lines running through the walls for tub and shower drains are also problematic, as they can cause major damage before identifying that there is a problem.
2. Drains: Shower, sink, and tub drains are subject to soap and hair clogs.
3. Toilets: Worn down toilet parts; runny toilets.
A kitchen has several plumbing fixtures. We recommend a careful inspection of all these fixtures.
1. Sink Drains
3. Shutoff Valves
4. Garbage Disposer
A stoppage in the main sewer line or septic tank is a reason for concern and presents the potential to cause major health risks. A regular inspection is a good place to start if you’re looking to avoid serious damage.
1. Maintenance of the Septic System: Pump out the tank whenever it becomes full. Make sure all members of your family are informed about the kinds of materials that should not go down the drain.
2. Maintenance of Sewer Main: Periodically snake of tree roots to prevent floor drains.
3. Vent Pipe Inspection: Vent pipes equalize air pressure and vent sewer gases. They often become blocked with debris.
1. Water Heater
2. Branch Shutoff Valves
3. Sump Pump
4. Irrigation System
5. Washing Machine
6. Inspection of Home Water Pressure
The pool pump is at the heart of the equipment pad, pulling water from your pool and pushing it through your filter and heater. At Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems we can identify the reasons for pool pump failure and offer expedited solutions associated with filters, skimmers, and pumps.
Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems provides full-service pool equipment repairs and replacements of all plumbing, filter, and pump equipment. An upgrade may also be worth considering, considering all the cutting-edge technology options available, reducing your pool costs and helping maintain your pool better than ever before.
1. Cloudy Water
2. Low Filter Pressure Gauge Readings
3. Water Sputtering Out of the Pump Housing
The quality of your pool water is determined by a well-functioning filter system and periodic inspections. Without regular upkeep, it becomes likely that debris will build up, making it hard to keep your pool sparkling clean.
Our pool repair experts can inspect your pool and equipment and guide you through the most effective and affordable options to get your pool up and running.
Pool heaters are the most intricate pieces of equipment in the operation of your swimming pool. They allow for the use of your swimming pool throughout the year. To prevent damage and malfunction, X Plumbing’s certified pool experts provide cost-effective repair services for all pool heating systems.
1. Pool Heater Does Not Turn on
2. Pool Heater Shuts Down Before Reaching SetPoint
3. Noisy Pool Heater
4. Inadequate Heating
5. Pool Heater Shuts Down After Some Time
Electric Pool Heater: As the term suggests, electric pool heaters use electricity to generate heat. The water flowing over the resistor is heated and increases your pool’s water temperature. These types of heaters are advisable for small size swimming pools, which require less heating energy.
Gas Pool Heaters: Gas pool heaters are the most commonly used heaters. They’re powered by propane or natural gas.
Heat Pumps: Heat pumps draw out heat from the air. They are one of the most energy-efficient types of heaters.
Solar Heaters: Solar heaters use solar panels to heat water. These types of heaters are extremely energy efficient but require higher outside temperatures to work adequately.
Numerous variables are taken into consideration when determining the cost of buying, installing, and operating a pool heater:
1. Pool Heater Size
2. Pool Heater Type
3. Location and Average Daily Temperature
4. Pool Size
5. Preferred Pool Temperate
6. Above-Ground vs In-Ground
7. Energy Consumption
8. Price of Natural Gas / Electricity
Intact sewer and water lines are fundamental to a clean and comfortable home. Our experts at Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems can handle all water line and sewer needs, providing regular cleaning and repair services.
Fortunately, the high-tech equipment now available along with our expertise has made it a lot simpler to inspect faulty water/sewer lines.
Much like any plumbing issue, it’s best not to avoid a leak in your water line – a minor leak can quickly turn into an emergency in no time. Our expert plumbers at Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems can diagnose any problem from its root and fix the issue before it gets out of control and becomes a costly repair.
When maintenance and repairs are no longer an option, it’s time to consider water/sewer line replacement. At Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems, we take the time and care to explain all possible options we’ve laid out to our customers. Our mission is to provide you with the least invasive and most cost-effective methods to avoid extensive damage to your backyard.
Although your tap water is tested and safe to drink, unfortunately, water commonly becomes contaminated by the time it reaches your household plumbing. At Carolina Plumbing and Water Systems, we have the expertise, design, development, and provision of analytical instruments and technologies for testing water toxicity.