When you invite our Middleburg plumber into your home, you will encounter not only expertly trained service, but Middleburg plumbing contractors who are trained to deliver to you a tailored and unique service experience.
This experience includes treating you and your home with respect. We enjoy our work and it shows! We look forward to welcoming you as a customer and being your preferred plumber whenever you have a plumbing problem in your Middleburg home.
Whether you need a plumbing repair, a plumbing upgrade, or just need a service plumber, Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning has you covered.
Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning – Middleburg Plumbing
Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning is fully insured and bonded. As a locally owned and operated company, local Middleburg homeowners have come to rely on us for dependable service and finished projects with an unmatched quality. We also offer 24/7 emergency plumbing services to homeowners throughout the Middleburg area.
Middleburg Water Heaters
At Dependable Plumbing & Drain Cleaning, we install and repair water heaters from all manufacturers. Most Middleburg water heaters are usually a round tank with a heat source that heats water from the bottom of the tank and also maintains and stores the heated water until it is used. Most water heaters have a 40 to 50 gallon glass-lined steel tank. The fuel types used to power the heat source can be either gas (natural or propane), or electricity. The life expectancy of the average water heater is 8 to 12 years.
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Middleburg Drain Cleaning
Part of remodel planning for any room in your Middleburg home that has pipes and faucets is to determine whether you have clogged pipes that need to be cleaned or replaced. Pipes can collect mineral build-up or rust over time. In some cases, this corrosion or mineral build-up can reduce the interior size of the pipe by half, restricting water flow. If this is the case, you probably should replace these pipes as part of your remodeling project. It will cost less to do all of the needed work on a room at once. It also makes a world of sense to fix the pipes before you install new Middleburg plumbing fixtures, cabinets and flooring.
So how do you know if you have clogged pipes? The best way to make a preliminary decision is to evaluate the flow of water through your pipes and out the faucets. It is not unusual for Middleburg homeowners to confuse water pressure and water flow. The water pressure should be consistent in all parts of your house. Water pressure should also be the same in your home as in other homes around you. Water pressure should also be the same at all times of the day and night. It is the flow of water through the pipes that is affected by corrosion or mineral build-up inside the pipes.
Check the flow of water – the amount of water coming out of the faucets – in several parts of the house. This should be the same, for example, in all faucets in the house. If you find that the flow of water from a specific faucet is less than other faucets, you need to do some further investigation. If you have noticed that the flow of water through faucets in your neighbors’ homes is much greater than yours, you should do further investigation.
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