Our plumbers have worked in countless homes throughout Littleton over the years, providing a wide variety of plumbing services, including:
Experiencing issues with the water heater in your Littleton home? Whether you have a water heater that is leaking, not producing hot water, or making strange noises, our water heater experts can help. We have been installing, servicing, and repairing water heaters in Littleton and all over the Denver Metro area since 1998. Our plumbers have the tools, experience, and training to resolve issues on all types and brands of water heaters.
Are you suddenly having to deal with a slow or clogged drain? Relax and call the drain clearing experts at Plumbline! First, we'll snake the drain line with an auger to clear it. Then, if that doesn't clear the drain, we'll then conduct a thorough inspection of the drain line to make sure we have cleaned all obstructions from the line and there are no root problems or build-ups left. If that does not fix the clogged drain (which is rare), we can do a video camera inspection to find the root of the problem. For tough clogs, like grease build-up, we can use a high-pressure water jetter to clear the drain clog.
100% satisfaction guaranteed or we'll make it right.
Our plumbers can provide same-day plumbing service in Littleton because our trucks are fully-stocked with parts. That means your present plumbing issue will soon become a thing of the past!
We don't just casually glance at the plumbing problem. Your trained plumber will take their time to listen to your questions and concerns, investigate the problem, and find the best solution to repair your plumbing issue.
You won't have to wait around all day because your plumber will call 20-30 minutes before arriving.
Also, we'll make sure that you're 100% satisfied with our plumbing service by calling for feedback after your plumber leaves.
James T., a Littleton homeowner, called us with a mystery on his hands: He had spotted a leak in the living room ceiling, directly below the upstairs bathroom. James had tried his best to find the cause of the leak but to no avail!
Our technician, David, cut and removed a 2x2 section of drywall in the living room ceiling to see if he could spot where the leak was coming from.
All he could see was a water mark on the toilet’s wet vent. This vent is the pipe you see sticking up out of the roof that runs through the attic and through the rest of the house (see photo).
To see if the vent pipe itself had a leak, David ran the toilet, but the pipe didn’t leak. David’s deduction: The water mark and leak must be from the where the vent exits in the roof (called a roof termination).
David didn’t suggest a repair. Instead, he suggested that James keep an eye on it for now.
They listened to my plight and offered several tactics to diagnose the issue. We had the rare problem of a leak in the ceiling below the upstairs bath. We tried everything to investigate the source. We finally needed to call in the professionals. We chose Plumbline because of their rating on Martino's Website. We were not disappointed. David Phillips and Steven, his trainee with 17 years of plumbing experience, arrived exactly on time. They listened to my plight and offered several tactics to diagnose the issue. We finally chose to cut into the family room ceiling. No plumbing leak — water was coming down the bath vent stack through the roof. They treated my home like it was their own. Yes, it was messy, but they moved all the furniture and cleaned the area better than is was prior to their arrival.
James T. from Littleton
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