Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are the most common plumbing questions we get asked, and our best answers.

I need plumbing help today. How soon can you be here?

If you need same-day service, call the office at (360) 314-4709 to check availability. If you don’t need immediate service, you can see our calendar and schedule online┬áin minutes!

We operate on a first-come, first-served basis. This means that we’ll schedule you as soon as possible, but we won’t over-promise. If something opens up sooner, we’ll contact you to see if it’s okay to arrive early.

How long will my plumbing repair take?

Most small plumbing repairs take 1-3 hours. Larger repairs such as sewer line repairs may take a day or more to complete. Our largest projects, such as whole home repipes or remodels, may span several days of work.

I have a plumbing emergency and need immediate help – how soon can you be here?

We don’t offer 24 hour service or prioritize emergency calls over others.

From previous experience we’ve learned that emergency work requires a dedicated team and high rates. Until we’re able to do it well, we’ve made the conscious decision not to offer emergency work.

Luckily for you, there are a lot of plumbers in Clark County, and many of them do offer emergency service. We’re not able to provide specific recommendations, but encourage you to do a Google search and always check the reviews.

My garbage disposal is stuck, how do I unjam it?

Garbage disposal jams are often caused by a fruit pit, bone, or other hard object stuck between the impeller blade and the drain hole. Do not try and run your garbage disposal when it is jammed – you can burn up the motor. Read more about clearing garbage disposals and other drain clogs.

How much does it cost to replumb a house?

We get this question a lot from people with homes over 25 years old. The cost for a whole-home repipe ranges between $4,000-$10,000. Factors which influence pricing include the size of home, number of fixtures, and materials used. To learn more, read our page about home repiping.