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We Have All Your Plumbing Needs!

We Can Do It
Whether it be new construction, Tenant Improvement, Remodel or Service/Repairs, we provide our plumbing services to both Commercial & Residential!
No Hidden Fees
We’re proud to offer upfront, by the job pricing and absolutely no hidden fees. Rest easy because you’ll always know what to expect before we start any work.
Plenty of Options
We know that not everyone’s situation is the same. That’s why we always give you plenty of options and give you the time you need to make the right choice for you.
Written Guarantee
We are so good at our job that we guarantee any service, repair or remodeling.
Always with a special attention for our clients and with total quality
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Drain Cleaning Service

Nolasco Plumbing specializes in kitchen plumbing clogs that are tough to clear.

We can also help with drain cleaning in:

Bathrooms – We work on showers and tubs clogged with hair, soap, grime and yes even the occasional toy. We also do toilet clogs.
Laundry areas – We know the challenges of laundry area drains can be constant and costly overflows. We can get those drains running fast and efficiently.
In addition to kitchen drain, bath drains we can help with kitchen leaks that consistently damage cabinets and / or flooring.

Confident and reliable service
Fully trained service technicians
Bonded, Insured and Licensed

General Plumbing Service

General plumbing repairs and service that consist of:

  1. Drain Clearing
  2. Leak Detection
  3. Line Repairs and Replecement
  4. Slad Leak
  5. Main Line Clearing
Satisfied customers
Fully trained service technicians
24/7
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Re-pipe & Pipe Replacement

Re-pipe & Pipe Replacement

Virtually every homeowner has had to deal with simple plumbing problems like the annoying leaky faucet in the middle of the night or a backed-up toilet at some point. Existing galvanized or zinc-coated pipes in your home should be replaced if they were installed more than 25 years ago. These pipes will only continue to deteriorate and erode. Nolasco Plumbing can help you!

Water line
Gas Line
Sewer Line
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Copper Re-piping Service

Copper and Commercial re-piping projects are our specialty at Nolasco Plumbing. Call us for a quote estimate.
Our work is professional and completed in a timely manner. To ensure our clients have the best experience possible when plumbing issues come up.

Quality of materials
Trained staff
Specialized tools
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Pex Re-piping

Mechanical Consulting
Cost Efficient
Backflow device testing
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Hydro Jetting Service

Hydro Jet > Mechanical Snake
Quality workmanship
Scheduled pre-maintenance
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Camera Sewer Inspection

Scope & Locate
Quality workmanship
Scheduled pre-maintenance

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Courtesy may not be the first thing people think of when it comes to handymen, but for us, it's one of the most important tools we carry.
    1
    How do I prevent my drain from clogging?

    Clogged drains are the most common plumbing issues any homeowner can come across. There are many ways to prevent clogging: Do not put grease or oil down your kitchen drain. Grease, fat and other oils cool down and they garden and can adhere to your pipes and will block debris coming through your drain line. It also helps to use strainers on all your drains to catch any debris that go down your drain.

    2
    I Smell gas, what should I do?
    • Turn off any open fires and leave the premises and call your local gas provider and isolate gas if it is safe to do so. You can also vacate the building until help arrives.

    3
    I can hear water running, what should I do?

    Turn off all appliances that are using water if there are any and turn off your main water valve. Then call a professional to inspect your plumbing to source and repair the leak. If you cannot turn off your main water valve, you will need to contact your municipality’s environmental services to turn the water off at the curb.

    4
    My kids dropped my car keys down the toilet, can you get them?

    We can definitely try our best! If they got caught in the toilet, you will get your car keys back. We will drain and remove your toilet and attempt to retrieve them from either the toilet or the line however there is never a guarantee.

    5
    I can't get through a shower without running out of hot water, what's the problem?
    • There are a few factors than can associate with this and it could be as easy and checking the setting on the gas controller on your water heater. Your water heater could also need a new dip tube. Either way, it is best to call a professional Plumber in to fix the problem the right way!

    6
    My water heater needs a repair, but it is 9 years old, what should I do?
    • The reason why we see water heaters that need to be replaced so early is quality of water (i.e., you will see a longer lifespan if you have a water softener installed) and use of the tank. A tank that is being overfired and used frequently will cause sediment and calcium to build up faster and wear on the components faster as well. If you have a 40-Gallon tank in your home but you are a family of 6 who uses the dishwasher, laundry, and tub/shower daily – it might not be a bad idea to consider going up a size or two!

    7
    Should you shut off water when on going on a vacation?
    • Turning off the main water supply to your home is the best defense against flooding caused by a burst pipe or other plumbing failure. “Leaking water lines will flood your house while you are away.

    8
    Why is the water coming out of my faucet orange/brown?
    • The variations in color have to do with different oxidation levels, but either way, you should replace your pipes as soon as possible. While rusty water isn’t detrimental to your health, it stains your sink and laundry. This color water will also affect the taste and color of your food.

    9
    Why is my toilet leaking at the base?
    • This water is from the toilet bowl and is not sanitary. The dirty water can even have a sewer smell to it. This type of leak usually indicates a problem with the wax ring that forms a seal between the toilet base and the drainpipe under the toilet. If left untreated, each flush will continue to leak, resulting in water damage to your flooring and possibly the room ceiling below.

    10
    Why does my floor feel warm and or wet?
    • Warm spots are often caused by a hot water line close to a concrete slab’s surface. However, it can be a warning sign of a more serious underlying issue, such as a slab leak. If you have no water fixtures near the wet area, chances are you have a slab leak, unless you have a child that has spilled something and was hesitant to tell you. If slab leaks are neglected, it can cause serious problems, including wall and foundation cracks, high water bills, foul odors, low water pressure, uneven floors, and might even cause your house to shift and sink.

    PEX Frequently Asked Questions

    1
    What Is PEX?
    • PEX is a complete, plumbing system for residential and commercial applications that utilize cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) tubing instead of metal piping to distribute the water. PEX tubing is dean, non-toxic and extremely durable. The flexible nature of this tubing is gaining popularity with plumbers for both new construction and retrofit applications.
    2
    Why should I consider installing a PEX Plumbing System in my home?
    • A PEX plumbing system is a dean, healthy, quiet, and reliable alternative to other systems such as copper. Our innovative system is also corrosion and freeze resistant providing you with peace of mind.

    3
    Why Is PEX a better choice for plumbing than copper?
    • First of all, it’s a dean and quiet water distribution system. Additionally, PEX is corrosion resistant. Aggressive water and soil, common across the United States, is not kind to copper plumbing and pinhole leaks can occur in copper as a result of these aggressive conditions. What does this mean to the homeowner? Most likely water damage and high clean-up costs. Additionally, the PEX system is quiet No more singing pipes and water hammer typically heard with metal plumbing systems.
    4
    How long has PEX been used in plumbing systems?
    • PEX tubing has been used worldwide in plumbing and radiant heating systems for more than 30 years, longer than any other flexible system on the market.
    5
    Is PEX more expensive than the alternatives?
    • PEX is a very cost-competitive plumbing system when compared with other systems.

    6
    Do you offer a warranty?
    • We are so confident in PEX that we offer a lifetime warranty. *

      *For as long as you own your home.

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