Wesley Chapel Plumbers
Drains backed up? Toilet won't flush? Water heater only putting out lukewarm water? Looks like you need Wesley Chapel plumbers!
Why Work With Us?
Affordable. Reliable. High value. That's us! But don't take our word for it. Read our 1000+ positive plumbing reviews and review our service record for the past 20+ years.
Flexible. Responsive. There when you need us. We understand that your schedule is demanding, which is why we offer evening, weekend and holiday appointments at no extra charge.
Prepared. Trained. Ready for action. Our plumbing techs are the best in the business, and they've undergone the training necessary to handle plumbing projects big and small. We've got stocked trucks and heavy duty equipment, so we're ready for whatever plumbing problem you can throw at us.
Ready to Get Started?
Call 704-846-5371 today and we'll get a trained, professional plumbing technician out to see you on your schedule. We look forward to working with you!
We Know Wesley Chapel
It doesn’t matter if you run a business in the Village Commons or if you live in a home that was built in 1901; either way, E.R. Services can meet all your plumbing needs.
We handle a wide range of plumbing projects, from repiping older homes to high end installations of water heaters and water filtration systems and backflow testing on irrigation systems. We hydrojet drains and repair sewer lines, repair leaking appliance hoses and garbage disposals. If you've got a hidden leak, we'll find it and will repair that pipe.
Basically, we've got the experience and equipment you need.
Recent Wesley Chapel Plumbing Projects
Wondering what our breadth of experience looks like? We've served Wesley Chapel since 1997, and our owner has been a plumber for 30+ years, so we've pretty much seen and done it all.
However, if you want to see what the guys are working on today, check out the map below.
Click on the map and the expand it so you can see a 25-mile radius of Charlotte. You'll see activity of where our plumbing techs are right now. This isn't a full record of all our projects, but it will give you an idea of what we do.
Installed correct tub shoe and pulled apart shower trim to see what kind of cartridge we needed. Estimate attached or non stock cartridge replacement
Arrived on site, homeowner had a leak that has made its way into the dining room ceiling. - went upstairs investigated tub and noticed the tub shoe and stopper were both broken, also tub had a chip in the fiberglass. - started by removing and installing a new tub shoe, I didn’t have the exact one so I will make a return visit once homeowner locates cartridge for the upstairs shower. - after resetting new tub shoe, we tested by running the tub several minutes with no leak’s appearing. - stopped up the tub and used food coloring to make sure the chip in the tub wasn’t leaking. - we will wait on the homeowner to call when he locates a cartridge for that tub.
-Break piping apart at union -Unthread threaded brass piping -Install new solenoid valve and wire it -Reconnect existing piping Excludes- Repairs outside this work scope 7/17/23 - I arrived on site with a new solenoid valve. After turning water off to the solenoid/filter loop, I disconnected the wiring inside of the transformer box immediately to the left, and pulled wiring. Next, I removed the upper flange, gaskets, and motor from the valve body. After inspecting the brass body of the valve, I found no defects or deformities to the body and replaced the upper flange, gaskets, and motor assembly with wires. Using the manufacturers wiring schematic, I secured wiring to the transformer box per instructions. After restoring water to the solenoid/filter, loop, I tested and found no leaks, but also found no water moving through the system inside. As a precaution, I also removed the filter housing and inspected the filter. The filter was in excellent condition with little to no debris
-Solenoid valve is failing to open completely -Shut sown water supply -Rebuild existing solenoid valve -Once valve is rebuilt energize water and test Excludes-Additional repairs, Electrical work, After hours labor, Repairs outside this work scope will incur additional charges 7/5/23 - I arrived on site and met with office staff. They provided access to the utility closet at the back of the office where the solenoid valve is located. After reassessing the valve for diminished water pressure, I turned water off to the valve and relieved pressure. I removed the top of the solenoid valve, while powered, and attempted to turn the valve on and off from the button inside the office. I was unable to detect any motion or sound when the valve was engaged. I believe the motor for the solenoid has locked up and is no longer functioning. in light of today’s findings, the rebuild kit would be an unnecessary repair, therefore, we did not perform the rebuild. We will provide an estimate to r
Customer pulled his own toilet, ran k 60 45 ft and cleared the line. Tested with multiple fixtures, it drains well now. He will reset the toilet.
I arrived on site and met with Kelly, the representative for the company. She explained that when water was routed through the water, filtration, located in the utility closet. At the back of the office, they would lose water pressure when multiple fixtures were in use. After testing and confirming that information, I bypassed the filtration system and found no loss of water pressure at this time. Upon further inspection, I discovered that the filter had been recently changed. There is also a solenoid butterfly valve located in line just beside the sediment filter. And the motor was hot to the touch. Using a thermometer, I tested and found the motor for the solenoid valve to be 125°F while surrounding piping was roughly 85. I believe the butterfly valve for the solenoid is partially closed, causing a decrease in pressure when multiple fixtures are used. I will follow up with the service manager to review these notes, and we will provide an estimate at that time to return and make neede
The Air conditioning system are both in good condition. All parts are functioning according to specifications. Refrigerant levels are checked during this visit by using superheat and sub cooling. Also chemically wash the condenser coils for maximum efficiency. Left both units running normally at this time Recommended the replacement of the gas regulator, it has exceeded the recommended replacement date from the manufacturer. The regulator should be replaced every 7 to 10 years. Homeowner has requested for the estimate to be emailed for now.
Performed 3 system AC maintenance today. All 3 systems are performing as they should with no issues at this time. However, did notice rust buildup on the outdoor unit dual capacitors for the main system and master bedroom system. Spoke with homeowner about his options and he would like them emailed to him so him and his wife can decide which way to move forward. Left all units running in the AC mode at this time.
Found the upstairs unit low on refrigerant, the customer has 10 year p&l warranty. Found the unit leaking from the evap coil. Collected model and serial numbers and informed the customer the office will reach out about replacing the coil. Added 2.5 pounds of refrigerant to get the customer by.
Replacing a 50 gallon direct vent water heater.
Repairing a shower valve.
Water service repair
Estimate to install a power vent water heater
Investigating an odor issue.
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