Don't be stuck with plumbing disasters! Call Fuller HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical for all your plumbing services, repairs, and replacement needs. Frozen pipes, damaged water lines, drain clogs, cracked outside faucets, water heater repair or sump pump installations. We have service trucks in your neighborhood right now and can be there right away to fix all your plumbing problems.
Did you know a huge part of your home's energy usage comes from heating water? Call Fuller HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical today for high efficiency tankless water heater installations that will keep you and your family in low cost, eco-friendly comfort all winter!
Don't let a small leak lead to big water bills! Even small leaks, drips, or occasionally running toilets can lead to bigger problems. Ask us how to correct these plumbing problems and help save you money!
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A little prevention costs a whole lot less than a major repair. It's true in many areas of our life, and plumbing is no different. Regular attention can prevent most breakdowns with water heaters, toilets and faucets. Unfortunately, too often, this lesson is not learned until the damage is done and the bill is paid. As with your home's heating and cooling systems, your plumbing system will cost you less and serve you longer when it is cleaned and checked on a regular basis. Most progressive service companies offer annual packages to serve this need at a reasonable cost.
Sump pumps are employed to help prevent basement flooding. The protection they offer is especially important in finished basements containing recreation rooms, offices and bedrooms. As the water table rises and falls through the seasons, the pump collects excess water and moves it away from your home's foundation. A variety of pumps and sizes are available including water powered and battery powered back up models for use in areas prone to power outages. We'll be happy to evaluate your needs and help you select the correct sump pump for your home.
These dispensers are growing in popularity as homeowners take measures to increase convenience and eliminate clutter. Most styles feature a reservoir beneath the sink which is refillable from the top. They can be easily added to sinks in the bathroom or kitchen, where a second dispenser can be installed for dishwashing liquid.
There's nothing like a good hot soak at the end of a long, hard day.
Whirlpool baths can be easily installed in many existing bathrooms, with little or no remodeling. A whirlpool bath consists of a pump/motor, in-line heater and series of pipes which use suction to circulate heated water and air through jets located near the base of the tub. Of all the plumbing upgrades available, this one is a favorite and with good reason. Ask us what it would take to put one in your home.
Wouldn't it be nice to have hot water at just the right temperature instantly available for a cup of cocoa, coffee or tea?
The perfect drinking temperature is always on tap when you install an instant hot water dispenser. Units are installed out of sight under the sink or counter and water is easily accessed with a compact faucet mounted on your sink. Give the tea kettle a rest and save time and money with this exceptional convenience!
You and your family can enjoy purer, better tasting water with water filtration systems that stay out of sight and require little maintenance. For pennies a day, these systems remove undesirable chemicals which may be present in the water supply, along with lead, sediment, chlorine and sources of other tastes and odors. Options range from whole-house filtration systems to those which reside under your kitchen sink and are tapped at a separate faucet. If water quality, effectiveness and convenience are things you're concerned about, a built-in filtration system may be right for you.
If you demand a lot of hot water with minimal waiting on your hot water heater, a hot water recirculation system may be the solution for you. The system consists of a small pump mounted near the bottom of your water heater along with a swing check valve and return line from your farthest fixture. The cost of operating such a system can be minimized using new energy efficient pumps and incorporating a timer and/or thermostat to program the system to turn off when it detects ample hot water or during times of day when the demand for hot water is reduced.
Nothing disrupts a relaxing shower like a rush of scalding water when someone flushes a toilet. This causes changes in your pressure in the water line supplying your shower, and when you have changes in pressure on one side and not the other, you will feel the result of different volumes of hot versus cold water. Fortunately, this common problem is easily solved by installing a pressure balance device on the hot and cold water that feeds the shower faucet to detect changes in pressure and automatically balance it. Alternatively, you can have the shower faucet replaced with a pressure balance faucet. Want to shower without fear? We'll be happy to help.
Ultraviolet (UV) light has long been used by hospitals for sterilization and has become increasingly popular for removing airborne viruses, bacteria and other contaminants from breathing air as it passes through circulation systems. But, did you know this clean, effective technology is also available for removing microscopic traces of disease-causing bacteria, viruses, algae, fungi and protozoa commonly found in water? The UV process disinfects water, preventing living organisms from reproducing, where other types of filtration simply remove undesirable non-living contaminants. Ask us about it.