Fixture Replacement – Plumbing Wildwood MO
When it comes to fixtures, we’ve seen and worked with the whole spectrum from“builder-grade”, to “custom”, and to “designer”. It’s been our experience that most builder-grade quality fixtures are used when multiple dwellings are constructed such as subdivisions and newer neighborhoods in Wildwood; this is because home builders understand there is a tradeoff that must take place as homeowners seek to buy bigger homes at a certain price point. Unfortunately it is the quality of the plumbing fixtures and appliances that suffer. Usually after a few years “builder-grade” fixtures and appliances will need to either be repaired or completely replaced. Our plumbers at Tony LaMartina Plumbing Company have the necessary experience when it comes to replacing “builder-grade” garbage disposals, kitchen faucets, tub and shower valves, as well as lavatory faucets throughout Wildwood.
Water Line Replacement – Plumbing Wildwood MO
Most of the time we find very few water line issues in Wildwood, MO. This is because the homes in Wildwood tend to be newer and therefore were constructed with copper water lines (versus galvanized steel or lead). When water line repair does it occur, it likely occurs as a burst water line near your outside wall hydrant. Most of the time a burst water line is caused when homeowners fail to remove their hose and turn the water off to the outside wall hydrant, then when the chilly St. Louis winter weather rolls into town the water in the line freezes and splits the copper water line. If your copper water lines have burst and are in need of some TLC then call the experienced Journeyman plumbers at Tony LaMartina Plumbing Company.
Stack repairs are significantly fewer due to widespread use of PVC in Wildwood, MO
Tony LaMartina Plumbing Company doesn’t typically encounter the severity of waste stack issues in Wildwood, MO as found throughout other neighborhoods in St. Louis (ex. University City, St. Louis City, etc.). This is mainly because the homes are newer and when these homes were originally constructed PVC was used to construct the waste stack system.