Kitchen sink backed up? Water heater stopped producing hot water? Wondering what it would cost to repipe your older home? Whatever the need, we are known as reliable, reputable Mooresville plumbers, ready to meet your plumbing needs.
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We've got a lot of loyal Mooresville customers who will vouch for our good work. Don't take our word for it. Check out our 5-star reviews. We've got over 1,000 positive reviews!
Your schedule rules the roost at E.R. Services. Most plumbers charge extra for evenings and weekends, but we never charge extra, even if you need us to come out in the middle of the night on Christmas Eve.
We have served Mooresville for over 20 years. Our owner has worked as a plumber for over 30 years and our company has been serving Mooresville homeowners and business owners since 1997. We're here to stay.
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Local Mooresville Plumbers That Care
One of the best things about E.R. Services is that we know Mooresville. We know Race City USA is a growing city of about 35,000 residents and home to a number of NASCAR race teams, drivers, and the NASCAR Technical Institute. We appreciate the charming historic downtown shops and cafes, and understand that the clash of modern and historic can sometimes be challenging.
We've helped a lot of homeowners and business owners in Mooresville update older plumbing. We've also worked on new builds in the area. Whatever your plumbing needs, we've got you covered.
See What Our Plumbing Techs Are Working On
Click on the map below and expand the range so you can see what our plumbing technicians are working on today. This is a general representation of the types of projects we work on; the guys log in when they have time (if their schedule is too busy, they may not get to logging the project.) You'll see that we handle a wide range of plumbing projects in Mooresville—from water heater repairs and replacements to sewer line or water line service, installation of gas lines and leak detection and repair.
Second-floor bathtub stopped up, remove stopper and pulled out a lot of hair and residue. Tested the drain working fine working good. Tub is now draining well.
Technician arrived to the home to perform heating preventative maintenance. I was greeted by Mrs. Arens who explained that this is a rental one of hers. Upon evaluation, technician came across a 2016 Goodman gas furnace and A/C that serves all floors. I checked all electrical components, amp draws, gas pressures, airflow, ductwork and heat exchanger. At this time all is working as it should. I did find microbial growth in ductwork and recommended duct cleaning and/or whole home air purifier. At this time she does not want to move forward but will discuss it further when we service Mrs. Arens’s personal home.
Fall maintenance on a newer Trane furnace. Checked burners. Cleaned flame sensor. All electrical checks within specs.
14-6” supplies 14- 6” damper collars Box of 16 and 10” for returns 6ft 10” round pipe 6ft 14” round pipe. 16 ft 12” round pipe 12” round cap 10” round cap 10” flat collar for return Supply plenum current is 19.5x12x36 Return box current is 36x20.5
Performed a 1 system heat maintenance on a heat pump. During this visit I’ve checked my refrigerant pressures and all electrical components located on the air handler and the heat pump. The heat strips are working properly and verified that the reversing valve is working accordingly during operation. Left the system running normally at this time. Duct work failed during this visit, seems to be original to the house. • high static pressure • insulation failing apart from the inside (fiber glass going inside the house) • Microbial growth inside the plenums. • Duct work is ripped from the outside. Sent the pictures over to her husband we will be in touch to discuss options. Left system running at this time.
Customer recently had a backup and zoom drain came out and cleared. Located outside cleanouts and confirmed cleanout in flower bed next to the street has a broken sanitary tee. Tee is located 8 1/2.ft deep, sweep below the tee is 13 ft deep. Need to get with service manager on pricing. Collecting dispatch fee today. Locates needed for entire front corner of property at corner of sheets drive and sailview rd
Client rarely goes upstairs. When he went up the other day he noticed it was cold and turned the heat on but noticed no air was blowing out. I found the disconnect had been left off since we were out and did the maintenance. Turned on the power and system is heating as it should.
Second-floor hall bathroom toilet is leaking between the tank and the bowl. Had to replace the Kohler gasket between the tank and pool did so and it’s not leaking anymore looks good. Also caulk both toilets on the second floor bathrooms.
Replaced condensate pump in crawl space. Parts and labor warranty.
Found gfi outlet tripped. Noticed condensate pump was struggling and tripping switch. Bypassed pump for now and will return to replace with a new one.
Sewer backed up the following day after being cleared on 10-20-2023. Cleared stoppage again from first clean out and ran sewer camera. Found large amount of roots and a section of pipe that was difficult to get the camera through. Machine excavated soil between the two clean out next to tree and found sewer pipe had been crushed and severely cracked. Roots had grown into cracks and 5 feet of pipe was shattered. Replaced section of pipe and pvc 45 degree elbow. Ran camera after repair was made to confirm all cracks were eliminated and ran water to test, sewer works properly at this time. Backfilled soil. Not responsible for landscaping.
Whole house is backed up. First clean out closest to house was holding water. When I opened it up Ridge came out secondary clean out about 8 feet in front of the first one is dry. When I snaked the line from through the first clean out, I was unable to get through With my cutting head. I was able to get through without any head on the cable. I was able to get the sewer water to go down a little bit and my cable was in a second clean out. Gave customer a quote to dig up sewer line and make repair. I was told from somebody else in the community who had the similar problem that they are backwater valves under the ground buried. Customer paid his bill of $399.25 by credit card.
We arrived on site and met with the tenant. After confirming work to be completed, we began with the master tub. We cut away caulking and polled the existing tub. They were a series of test, we replaced all compression washers as well as receding and resealing the tub shoe for the bathtub. After testing multiple times with hot water, we found no leaks at this time on the tub drain. Next, we began by attempting to remove the flange from the drain. Due to age, the closet, 90 broke during attempted repair. Next, we opened up drywall further down line. We discovered that the placement of a ceiling light prevented us from fully accessing the drain for repair. We removed the light, bulbs, and decorative securing screws. We capped off the electrical lines and advised the tenant that the light would be out until property management could have someone replace drywall. we replaced approximately 2 feet of pipe, as well as two fittings and a new flange. After providing support for flange, we secur
I arrived on site and that with the tenant. She showed me two different locations on the first floor where marks on the ceiling indicated a possible leak. After confirming the property management, I opened the ceiling in the living room area and discovered that the drain line for the standalone bathtub was leaking at both slip joint couplings, as well as the male adapter. We will need to return with additional personnel to move tub to access, drain line, secure, and reset tub. The second location was in the laundry room, where black spots had appeared on the ceiling. I open the drywall ceiling and found what appeared to be green dust and water markings along structural members as well as ceiling drywall. After reviewing history, we had a technician in August that was inspecting a sewage smell and discovered in improperly, sealed toilet in the hallway bathroom upstairs. He replaced the wax ring, and the sewage smell was ended. after that visit, it appears there was an additional leak on
Performed a 1 system heat maintenance on a heat pump. During this visit I’ve checked my refrigerant pressures and all electrical components located on the air handler and the heat pump. The heat strips are working properly and verified that the reversing valve is working accordingly during operation. Found no issues at this time. Left the system running normally at this time.
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