Looking for Denver plumbers with 5-star ratings? Concerned that water bill spike might mean you have a leak? Woke up to cold water and a broken water heater? We've got your plumbing needs covered.
Why Work With Us?
We've been serving the Charlotte area since 1997. That means we know how to handle just about every plumbing problem possible. We're considered top rated local plumbers for the following reasons:
We've got great customer reviews. Read our hundreds of 5-star reviews and see what your neighbors are saying about us.
Our BBB ratings are stellar. So are our Angie's List and Yelp ratings.
We are devoted to our customer base. Our company owner makes it right if anyone has a bad experience, so our customers know they can always trust us to do right by them.
We're open when you need us. In fact, we never close. We're fully staffed 24/7, every single day of the year, and we don't charge extra—ever.
Ready to get started? Give us a call at 704-846-5371 to talk to our plumbing techs and get the ball rolling.
We Know Denver NC
Denver is a smaller community lying on the quiet side of Lake Norman, appreciated for its small town values and neighborly feel. Here at ER Plumbing, we try to live by the Golden Rule – something that fits right into the Denver attitude. That's why we make it a priority to offer our services to your area 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Denver is a growing community (about 13,000 residents) where the old and new coexist in harmony. In places like this, newer construction and older existing buildings present very different plumbing needs.
Denver is a charming town with lovely historic homes and buildings. The rural areas of town have especially unique challenges due to older piping and water sources. We understand these challenges and can help you when you hit problems with your older plumbing system or need to get something up to code.
Let us know if you need any of the following:
- Drain cleaning
- Sewer line repair
- Bathroom, kitchen, or appliance renovations or appliance installation
- Water line service
- Water filtration system installation
- Sump pump service
- Backflow testing or certification
- Leak detection and repair
- Gas line repair or installation
As experienced plumbers, we're prepared to tackle plumbing projects large and small.
Denver Plumbing Projects
To get an idea of what types of plumbing projects we regularly tackle, check out this live map of the E.R. Services technician projects. Our techs log into Nearby Now to record plumbing projects, so you can see what the guys have been up to recently. (Note: the techs are very busy, so this represents a sample of our plumbing projects.)
Did fall maintenance on two systems, one gas, furnace and main house and one heat pump in bonus house. Cleaned flame sensor, inspected heater, changer, checked gas pressure. Inspected blower, housing and compartment. I got inducer and blower amps, checked all safeties, and got temperature rise. Noticed damper for the upstairs seem to be sticking in the closed position, going to quote for new damper motor. On bonus house found emergency heat not bringing on heat strips from thermostat. I had to re-configure some low-voltage wiring basically jump auxiliary an E together tested defrost cycle, check, voltage, drop across contactor, check, capacitor, got compressor and outdoor fan motor amps. Systems are working properly at this time.
**Discount on condensate pump per Dave** Technician arrived to the home for a service call. I was greeted by Mr. Rivera who allowed me inside and explained that the thermostat went blank yesterday. He installed batteries and thermostat was no longer blank but system would not turn on. We replaced the thermostat about a month ago and its been working until now. Upon evaluation, technician came across a 2022 Goodman heat pump system. I found the condensate pump to be full of water and not pumping water to the exterior of home. I checked voltage at the outlet and had 120 Volts. The system was tripped on the float switch inside the pump which prevents water from overflowing if pump quits working. I discussed my finding with Mr. Rivera and explained that we would Need to replace the condensate pump to get the system up and running. He approved repair after giving discount per Dave our Service Supervisor. I replaced condensate pump and dumped about 2 gallons of water to confirm its oper
Technician performed heating maintenance on 2004 Trane gas furnace. I checked all electrical components, gas pressures, heat exchanger, airflow, and ductwork. At this time I found the system to be working as it should. I contacted Linda and informed her that the system is around 19 years old and that I would recommend looking into system replacement in the near future. She is not interested at this time.
Had to come back, because customer stated still was not cooling, found thermostat, not sending signal to reversing valve to engage in the cooling. Jumped wires out at subbase and cooling came on. Replace thermostat and tested operation.
Upon arrival, customer described me with sounded like a float switch issue of unit working and not working then working again. When I went under the house I saw drive-through air handler did not have a P-trap going to condensate pump and SS2 safety switch had water inside of it and drain pan under unit had water Sold easy trap P-trap and installed and prime trap for operation. This should resolve customers issue.
Upon arrival system was running. Turned system off and on again everything was working fine. Customer says people came over to replace a duct run. Watched system run for a while, saw no issues. Left system running at this time.
Perform heating maintenance on hip-hop system and home. Check lower motor, strips, safety systems, refrigerant levels, aunt Broyles, capacitors, contactor, condensate pump, thermostat, and overall functional system. Unit is heating within limits at this time. Customer stated smelling odor from one of the vent in bedroom. Noticed crushed supply line to vent and moisture and supply line. Recommend replacing.
Spring maintenance on 8 systems. Refrigerant looked good on all of them. Replaced 3 run capacitors. One on older trane package unit. One on oil furnace and one on trane xl16. All other electrical is within specs. Cleared all drains. Replaced all filters. Systems are cooling well.
Estimate to replace upstairs and downstairs duct work. Upstairs is a 2 ton with 4-6" and 3-8". The downstairs is a 2.5 ton with 8-8"
Found upstairs not cooling. Outdoor fan motor was not running. Found a van capacitor. Replaced and performed a 2 system maintenance. Cleaned the coils and cleared the drains. All other electrical is within specs. Upstairs is back to cooling.
3 systems needed looked at. The one in the fellowship hall had started working before I had gotten here. Checked it out and everything was OK. The two big units for the gym were locked our from possible power surge. Reset systems and they fired right up and stayed cooling.
Preformed a 1 system Ac maintenance, during this visit I flushed the drain line, check temperature split. I’ve also checked refrigerant pressures. Visually inspected all wiring and checked electrical components. Chemically washed the outdoor condenser coil for better efficiency. Left system running at this time.
Completed to system prepaid maintenance agreement. Replaced parts and labor warranty. Dual capacitor on outdoor Goodman unit. Found York system frozen. It is a three piece coil and only the bottom section was froze. The drain pan was pushed up tight to the bottom and could not get proper airflow. Thought out coil, just an air flow and check for proper operation. System is cooling properly at this time. Completed all maintenance agreement items including cleaning the outdoor coils, electrical component checks, safety device checks refrigerant operation, and cooling checks. Main house filter is good until fall visit. Replaced apartment filter with customer provided filter. Everything is cooling properly at this time. I.
Arrived on site and found that fill valve float had been stuck down and toilet was continuing to run. I also found that fill valve hose was out of position and filling up the tank. I adjusted the handle down, so would not hit the tank lid reposition fill valve to not get stuck anymore. Also found the toilet was taking a while to fill up and proceeded to replace supply line. Tested for function and leaks, tested OK.
Replaced reme halo cell and installed 2 surge protectors. One on air handler and one on the outdoor unit.
Denver Plumbers That Care
Looking for Denver plumbers that will take the time to find out what you need and make sure you get the plumbing service you require? Give us a call at 704-846-5371 and we will talk through your plumbing project today. We look forward to working with you!