Residential Plumbing Services in Boise
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Everyone needs plumbers that they can count on for their biggest emergencies. The ones who need them the most are homeowners who have bought a newly built home. If you want to be able to solve even your biggest plumbing emergencies, keep us in mind.
We’ve been helping the residents of Boise for over 20 years, servicing everything from burst pipes to sump pumps, and every new client we get becomes a firm believer in our business. We are a full-service, licensed plumbing business.
The expert staff of Wickstrom Plumbing is ready to serve customers for regular or emergency services.
Are Your Drains Acting up?
Think you’ve got malfunctioning drains on your hands? If you aren't sure what signs to look out for, chances are the problem could have been building up for a while without your knowledge. Make sure to avoid this by recognizing the signs of malfunctioning drains.
Slow Draining: If your drains are not draining the water, or even draining it very slowly, you could have the initial build up of a clog somewhere along your drain.
Foul Smells: If a foul smell is coming from your drain, theres a chance it could be an animal that crawled in and could potentially be blocking it, or you could have a buildup of food rotting.
Water Backing up: If any of your drains bubble as water is being run into them, this could mean that there's a clog building up.
Keeping an eye out for any of these signs will help you determine when your drains are clogged. Recognizing these issues early on will allow you to identify the problem, and you can take steps to avoid making it any worse.
Do You Suspect Your Water Heater is Broken?
The water heater in your home is one of the most comfort-providing systems you own. It allows you to change the water temperature throughout the house depending on the task you’re performing. So if your water heater breaks, you can be sure it will be a major inconvenience on everyone who depends on it.
Wickstrom Plumbing techs inspect water heaters and offer recommendations on whether a repair or replacement is required. Repairing a water heater as soon as a problem becomes evident can help you avoid having to replace the entire system in the near future.
There are a variety of signs your water heater may need repair. The first is usually signs of changes in water temperature from hot to cold. Signs a water heater should be replaced may be water leaking from the seams around the bottom of the tank or mists of steam escaping from the top of it.
Average lifespans of water heaters will depend on a number of factors such as how often its been maintained, the kind of water in your region, and of course the quality of the heater itself.
If your water heater is nearing the end of its life, trust us with your heater installation needs. Our professionals will install a new water heater quickly and efficiently, and they’ll provide you with the knowledge you need in order to extend its life.
If there's uncertainty whether to repair or replace a water heater, the best source of advice comes from your Wickstrom Plumbing consultant.
What Are The Benefits of Water Softening?
Hard water contains minerals and other content that can be bad for you and for your pipes. As hard water passes through the pipes, the minerals can scratch and eat away at the walls of a pipe, eventually opening up holes that can lead to hidden leaks.
The biggest benefit of a water softener is the security of knowing your water supply will be safer for you. It can also help for tasks that require the use of water. With laundry it can help your clothes look brighter and not wrinkle as much, and dishes washed with soft water will sparkle without that cloudy residue.
Most homeowners know when they need a water softener. Their dishwasher simply doesn't do a thorough job of cleaning even with the use of strong dishwasher detergents. This is a sign of hard water. When laundered clothes appear dingy, this may be a sign of high iron content in the household water supply.
Part of the reason for hard water in city water supplies may be due to municipal water piping that's aging and is beginning to shed metal particles. Other times, the water supply may include naturally occurring heavy metals. To combat these problems, Wickstrom Plumbing will install a water softener to fit individual regional needs.
Call us today at (208) 466-9447 for immediate plumbing services that are guaranteed to satisfy!