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Our Jacksonville plumbers offers all forms of repair and emergency plumbing, including stoppages, water leaks, plumbing repairs, sewer inspections, water service and repairs, water heater installation and any other plumbing related repairs.
When you call Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning, you are not just calling any plumbing and drain cleaning service company.
From experienced service plumbers to a full service support department, Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning is your top choice for a Jacksonville plumber that will get the job done, no matter how serious the problem is.
Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning – Jacksonville Plumbing
We offer free estimates in Jacksonville without a trip charge. Not only will you get a free estimate, but you receive an upfront price quote! This means we tell you what you pay before we begin, no hidden charges after we complete your Jacksonville plumbing services.
Jacksonville Plumbing Repairs
Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning, your Jacksonville plumber, handles just about any plumbing project from small to large scale in the Jacksonville area. Our plumbing experts have experience with many different situations, performing plumbing repairs, installations, and troubleshooting in any residential setting.
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- Plumbing Toilet Repair
- Plumbing Installation
- Plumbing Problems
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- Residential Plumbing
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Jacksonville Plumbing Repiping
Plumbing is part of many Jacksonville remodeling projects, whether the plan is to install a small clean-up sink in a garage or the project is a bathroom addition or a complete kitchen or bathroom remodel. Whether you are doing the remodel yourself or you are hiring a contractor, you will need to make some decisions about pipes. If you have a contractor, s/he will be able to guide you in choosing the most appropriate pipe for your project.
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) can be used only for cold water. PVC is most often used to carry water from the main supply to a Jacksonville home. If you decide to use PVC, be sure that the pipe you choose is approved for drinking water.
- ABS (acrylonitrite-butadiene-styrene) is use for waste removal, drain and venting, primarily in bathrooms. It is a rigid plastic pipe that can be connected to several kinds of metal pipe. If you are considering this kind of pipe, you will need to check with your contractor or your local building codes office because ABS is not permitted in some localities.
- PEX can be used to carry both hot and cold water. It is often used for interior water pipes in residential Jacksonville plumbing.
- CPVC (chlorine-polyvinyl-chloride) is generally used to carry hot water, and is often used as a substitute for copper pipe.
What Jacksonville Homeowners Are Saying About Us
Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning is rated 5 /5 based on these 1 happy customer reviews
Jim and Brandon who were actually Father and Son both came out and gave us many different options that could work with the money we had for the Remodel. During the project they actually showed up when they said and were very clean. I was surprised the project was able to get done in just two weeks. I would Definitely use them for the other Bathroom and recommend to our friends.
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