• Drain Cleaning
  • Residential plumbing
  • Commercial Plumbing
  • Faucet Repair/Replacement
  • Toilet Repair/Replacement
  • Water Heater Repair/Replacement
  • Gas line Repair/ Replacement
  • Water Service Repair/ Replacement
  • Sewer line Repair / Replacement
  • Bath tub and Shower Replacements


When it comes to slow and clogged drains, there are any number of reasons as to why and how they  develop,  In showers and bathtubs, hair tends to be the most usual culprit, and it can be one of the most difficult to actually get cleaned out. In the kitchen, grease tends to solidify once it has cooled, and this can lead to really stubborn clogs deep down in your pipes. Some times you just need professional help.

Bathroom Plumbing Repairs

Shower Installations
Residential Plumbing Services
Kitchen Plumbing, Fixture Replacement
Tub Installation & Bathtub Repair
Plumbing Repair, Fix Leak
Faucet Repair & Faucet Replacement
Sink Installation & Sink Repair
Toilet Installation & Toilet Repair

Waterheater Installation and Repair

Leak repair: If you notice water anywhere near the unit, call us right away. Water heater leaks can result in flooding in your home, and you’ll want to get it fixed before it reaches this level of damage.

Regular flushing:  Metallic sediments build up in your water heater. Not only can this cause issues with hard water in your home, but it also compromises your tank’s efficiency. Get your water heater flushed out regularly to keep it running well.

Replacement of the anode rod: To prevent water from corroding the inside

of the tank, a water heater includes a “sacrificial” anode rod—a long piece of metal that the water eats away at instead of the tank walls. Over time, this rod is destroyed and needs to be replaced or the tank will begin to rust.

Problems tend to arise in heaters more than 10-15 years old, so we recommend replacing your tank if we feel a repair won’t do any justice. Call 785-817-7967 Or 785-851-4046

Sewer Line Installation And Repair

Broken, Cracked, or Collapsed Pipes, Corroded Pipes, Blockage We know Sewer Lines and how to fix them