24 Hour Plumbing Jacksonville FL

Who is your first call when a pipe bursts in your home or office and it’s the middle of the night? If it is anyone else but Bill Fenwick Plumbing, then you could be faced with a staggering fee, unpleasant plumbing technicians, and a delay in response. Bill Fenwick Plumbing should always be your first call for 24-hour plumbing services. Our trained, friendly technicians are available and ready to go when you’re in desperate need of a quick, effective repair.

Commercial 24-Hour Plumbing

It’s a phone call that no business owner wants to receive early in the morning – there’s a plumbing emergency at the office and the damage is continuing to spread as the water does. Between the insurance company and the carpet cleaners, you need a break from the chaos. Turn to Bill Fenwick Plumbing as soon as the issue arises. We’ll get there as quickly as possible to handle the breakdown and alleviate some of the stress of the situation. Our service is always one you can count on. We care about you as a client so we strive to ensure you’re protected in times of emergency.

Residential 24-Hour Plumbing

Most homeowners have no idea what to do when a plumbing disaster hits the home. All of a sudden a gush of water seeps out of the bathroom and through the home affecting flooring, carpeting, and everything in its path. Don’t hesitate – contact Bill Fenwick Plumbing. Our 24-hour plumbing technicians have experienced a myriad of emergencies throughout Jacksonville, Florida. There is not a problem they can’t handle with effectiveness. Our trucks are always fully stocked making it almost impossible for us to not be able to handle the job with lightning speed.

As soon as a plumbing emergency occurs, you need to contact Bill Fenwick Plumbing. Reach us at (904) 724-7022 – we’re waiting for your call.

A leaking hot water heater is capable of causing damage to the flooring, walls, furniture, and electronics in your home. To prevent severe damage, we recommend contacting an emergency plumber at Bill Fenwick Plumbing to fix the leak. If your hot water heater is leaking, this may be caused by insecure connections to the cold and warm water inlet connections. To fix this issue, you will be required to use a wrench to tighten these connections. In severe cases, you may need to replace the entire water line to stop the water heater leak.

Another common cause of hot hot water heater leaks is a broken temperature and pressure relief valve. This valve is engineered to discharge water from the tank when the pressure or temperature becomes too high. If the temperature and pressure relief valve is malfunctioning, a severe water leak may form. On the other hand, a water leak may form near a fully functional temperature and pressure relief valve if the conditions in the tank become severe. Regardless, we recommend calling our team of 24 hour plumbers by phone at (904) 724-2455 to receive help with a valve repair.

If you notice water leaking from the bottom of the hot water heater, this may be an indicator that the water heater is at the end of its lifespan. The average lifespan of a gas water heater is between 8 – 12 years while the lifespan of an electric unit ranges from 10 – 15 years. When the water heater reaches the end of its life, corrosion from the municipal water supply in your areas causes cracks to form at the bottom of the tank. This is especially true in areas that have hard water instead of soft water. There is not an affordable way to fix a corroded water heater. We recommend contacting an emergency plumber at Bill Fenwick Plumbing to receive assistance with a water heater installation or replacement.

The process of installing a sump pump is not easy. If a minor mishap occurs throughout the installation process, you may be left with damage to your basement along with an expensive repair project. Installing a new sump pump consists of using a jackhammer to create a hole in the basement flooring, carving a hole in the drywall to install sufficient drainage, and removing dirt from the ground.

While replacing a sump pump may be a little easier when compared to installing a unit, there are still plenty of steps that you need to be familiar with. The first step will consist of removing the sump pump from the ground. Be sure to disable the power supply prior to removing the pump to avoid getting electrocuted. Next, you will need to disconnect the old sump pump from the discharge pipe. This will involve creating an incision in the discharge pipe and pulling the old sump pump out of the pit.

Once the old sump pump is removed, you will be required to measure and cut a new PVC pipe to attach to the new sump pump. After the line is connected to the discharge outlet on the new pump, slowly lower the new sump pump into the pit. Next, we recommend using a level to confirm the sump pump is in a mount position in the basin. Since the sump pump is now correctly installed in the basin, check the float switch to ensure it isn’t too high or low. The location of this switch will affect the operational patterns of the pump.

Lastly, attach the new discharge line to your piping system with a check valve or union connector to create a firm bond between these pipes. The 24 hour plumbers at Bill Fenwick Plumbing specialist at installing submersible and pedestal sump pumps to homes in Jacksonville, Florida and other areas. Give us a call by phone at (904) 724-2455 or schedule an appointment online to receive assistance with installing a new sump pump.

A sewer line breakage can cause serious damage to the land surrounding your home. It can lead to dirty water, flooding, and foul odors. Luckily, there are various notable signs that may indicate a ruptured sewer line on your property. If you notice any of these symptoms, do not hesitate to call a 24 hour plumber at Bill Fenwick Plumbing.

Trouble Draining Water in the Kitchen or Bathroom

A clogged drain in the kitchen or bathroom is usually caused by materials that aren’t supposed to be lodged down the drain such as eggshells, fats, grease, paper towels, and feminine hygiene products. While these objects will not clog all of the drains in the home, they will cause drainage issues in the kitchen or bathroom. However, if you notice all of the drains in your home are clogged, this is a clear indicator of an issue with the main sewer line.

Unsanitary Odors & Sounds Near the Drains in a Home

Do you notice unpleasant odors originating from the kitchen, bathroom, and basement drains in your home? This may be caused by an issue with your sewer line and should be fixed immediately by an emergency plumber on our team.

Another sign of a clogged or damaged sewer line is noticeable sounds originating near the sinks in your home. If you hear noises when water is draining from the sink, this is a sign of a sewage leak somewhere on your property. The 24 hour plumbers at Bill Fenwick Plumbing provide sewer line repair and installation services in Jacksonville and other areas of Florida. Fill out our Contact Form to schedule an emergency appointment with our technicians.

Each of the pipes in your walls, ceiling, and properly have a limited lifespan. The lifespans will vary based on usage patterns, pipe material, and foliage around your house. The most common pipe materials that are utilized in home plumbing systems include cast iron, copper, galvanized steel, PVC, and brass. A common cause of water or sewer line leaks is tree roots from the trees surrounding your property.

As the sewer lines around your house become older, tiny cracks begin to form that release moisture into the ground. The excess moisture from the pipes attracts tree roots. These roots will attach onto the sewer line and eventually cause moderate to severe cracks. It is not uncommon for tree roots to cause sewer line leaks, clogged drains, and other plumbing issues. If you’re having issues with the drains in your home, call an emergency plumber at our plumbing company by phone at (904) 724-2455 to receive support.

The water lines in your home are also susceptible to leaks from natural foundational changes that occur overtime. If you notice discolored drywall, damp floor, or add noises behind the walls, immediately contact a 24 hour plumber in your area. Lastly, high water pressure is also a leading culprit to cracked water lines. Since the water is traveling through your pipes at rapid speeds, this can cause cracks or leaks near connections. If you need immediate help with an emergency plumbing issue, schedule an appointment with the emergency plumbers at Bill Fenwick Plumbing.

Water softeners utilize a method called Ion Exchange to filter minerals, calcium, and magnesium from the municipal water supply. Water that contains a large amount of minerals and other substances is called hard water. Water heaters are used to treat hard water in areas throughout the country. A water softener is able to eliminate mineral ions from hard water by utilizing resin beads. The beads in a water softener are charged with a sodium ion.

These resin beads feature a positive charge while the minerals have a negative charge. Since varying charges are attracted to each other, the beads are able to filter the mineral ions out of the water. After this process is complete, sodium ions are utilized to produce soft water for your home. The 24 hour plumbers at our plumbing company offer water softener repair and installation services for homes in your area. Give us a call by phone at (904) 724-2455 to receive help with a water softener installation project.

Press to Call