Hamilton Plumbing Repair Services
Get professionally pipe repairs in your Hamilton home. From leaking pipes to burst pipes we repair pipes inside your home. Learn more about the processes available for pipe repairs.
Get your kitchen or bathroom faucet repaired or replaced. Leaky faucets can be caused by loose connections, old washers, or damaged cartridges, spray heads or faucet handles. If parts aren’t available damaged faucets need to be replaced.
Common toilet repairs include flush valve seals, flapper replacement, wax seal replacement and tank levers. Most toilet repairs can be completed in a single call-out plus part and labour. Learn more about toilet problems we can repair inside your home.
We can help repair common plumbing problems inside your home’s shower. loose showerheads, supply valve regulation (prevent scalding showers), and broken shower diverters are all common service calls and shower repairs.
Bath Tub Repairs
Get mechanical repairs on bathtubs with leaking jets, overflow valves, drains, water valves and spigots. Our plumbers can repair seals, leaks and damaged hardware on your bathtub.
Hot Water Tank
Hot water tanks are pretty reliable but they can need repairs after regular use. Not all parts are available for all models. Typical repairs include blower motors, burner assembly, blocked intake or exhaust and ignition failures. Learn more about our hot water tank repairs.
Water lines can be repaired both inside and outside the home. First, our plumbers locate the leak, turn off the water and then begin the repair. Repairing water lines can be completed by replacing the pipe or covering the damage with a patch and clamp.
For plumbing-related septic repairs, we can help snake clogged septic drains, and upgrade broken water pumps connected to your septic tank. Septic tank failures can be seen through drain backups or muddy soil around your system. Read about our septic tank maintenance and repair options in Hamilton.
Cracked sewer pipes can cause serious problems in Hamilton homes. Root growth and freeze cycles can damage copper, clay or plastic pipes. Trenchless sewer line repair and repairs that require excavation are options depending on the locations and condition of your sewer line.