Do you feel like you’re drowning in house repairs? If so, it’s time to put Hansen’s Plumbing services to the test! You don’t know what you don’t know, right? You constantly hear about plumbing services, but do you really know what services are being offered? We recognize that things fall apart, but we are here to put them back together and flush away any problems. Is your garbage disposal acting up? Are you experiencing a toilet issue or a leaking faucet?
Our skilled team has solved a multitude of services big and small 24/7:
Failed piping or supply lines might not be covered under your homeowners insurance if your pressure regulator is not functioning correctly and you have a pipe failure. We install or repair any issues to prevent any future negative effects on the operation of your water supply.
Whether you are in the midst of the heat or caught in the snow, it is important to keep your water heater serviced. We will flush out the mineral buildup and replace the anode rod that protects your tank. Hansen’s will provide you with expertise on the correct size and type of water heater to fit your every need.
We also offer backflow test and repair.
Better safe than sorry! We perform smoke testing to identify any failures in your waste and vent system to prevent any sewer gas or waste from going into your home.
With video line inspections, we educate you on what’s inside your lines and where to prevent future damage. We can identify any failures in your sewer and have also found toys and jewelry among other things.
When cable machine cleaning is not enough, we rely on our hydro jet drain cleaning, which uses high pressure water into a drain to eliminate debris, clear tree roots and clean drain walls.
We know it can be draining to deal with recurring plumbing inconveniences, but Hansen’s is licensed, insured and bonded and ensure best practices in all that we do for our clients.
Listen friends, your home is perfect just the way it is. Hansen’s Plumbing is here to help keep it that way. Unless you want a change… then we remodel too. ☺
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August 11th, 2017
We get it. It can be challenging to find the right contractor. It’s even more difficult to find a plumbing service that is licensed, insured and bonded. A contractor with a trusting attitude isn’t enough. We value our customer’s safety and personal liability, and ensure that our work is covered in the event anything goes wrong with your installation or repair.
Here’s why the liability of your plumbing services matters…
Picture this. You’re thinking about scheduling an annual inspection, but find a failed pipe in your drains before doing so. You’re in dire need of a fix, but can’t find the right professional.
We put YOUR safety first. Our licensed professionals use high quality parts; equipped for basic to intricate plumbing problems. Our customers know that it’s not only our pleasure, but responsibility to protect their homes and the people within it. Our team will establish a reliable quote process based on your budget. We know that you aren’t just investing in a service; you are investing in a solution.
Have commitment issues? We recommend our customers and potential customers confirm your contractor is licensed and in good standing here!
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The heat has arrived! The real question is… what do you do to overcome the weather change? In the summertime, it can be challenging to beat the heat. You must be equipped to the rising temperatures and be prepared to maintain your household during every season.
Here are a few tips that you can keep in mind while soaking up the summer sun!
Assess your sprinklers early in the season. No need to add onto the current drought! Be prepared to switch out a sprinkler head or look for underground leaks, as it will prevent future leaking complications inside and outside of the house.
An annual drainage check- up for your home will help alleviate damage before any damage is done. Being consistent ensures that money and time will be saved in the long run. No need to call plumbing 911, we will protect your house from any leaking, bursts or fixture emergencies!
Need a vacation? Summer is the best time to get away and relax. However, you can’t forget what you are leaving behind. Make sure to turn the water heater off or down when departing in order to save money.
The Hansen’s team is spending the summer months working hard for YOU and enjoying time with family and friends… we hope you are too!
The water that comes from under the ground or flowing in a river is vastly different than the water that comes out of your faucet. Natural water contains minerals and other contaminants that impact everything from its flavor to your health. If you’re doing plumbing remodeling, then you might consider improving your water quality, so let’s talk about the difference between water treatment and water softening.
When a person says their water is hard, it means it contains high levels of minerals such as calcium or magnesium. The water traditionally gets these minerals as it’s flowing underground and passes through rock deposits that contain these minerals. As the water passes through your pipes, it can leave deposits that will eventually clog the pipes and cause sewer problems. It can also stain clothing and fixtures. The World Health Organization stated there are no significant negative health effects from hard water, but the impact it can cause on your pipes, clothing, and fixtures makes it a problem that should be fixed.
Water treatment is a blanket term to cover anything that helps improve the quality of your water including water softening. Water softening is only a way of removing the minerals making the water hard. Water softening often uses salts that can adhere to the mineral ions in the water and remove them. More general water treatment, like what’s done to a municipal water supply, uses a wider variety of treatments, such as reverse osmosis. We mentioned earlier how hard water can negatively impact clothing, so many laundry detergents contain water softeners including sodium carbonate to eliminate the minerals from the water during the wash. A good water softening system can help keep you from calling a friendly plumber in the future.
While water softening removes the minerals that cause hard water, water treatment can remove all types of contaminants depending on the type of treatment. There can be heavy metals in your water including lead and mercury or even radioactive elements such as radium. Cities and municipalities use complex water treatment systems to remove many of the contaminants, but take our plumbing advice: remove additional contaminants with an in-home water treatment system.
Hansen’s Plumbing is available to help you with hard water or water treatment. Let us provide you with systems that improve your water quality.