Some of our plumbing Services include but our not limited to:
- Toilet Repair and Installation
- Faucet repair and Installation
- Garbage Disposals
- Sump Pumps
- Hot Water Tank Repair and Installation
Toilets are an essential part of our everyday lives. We tend to not really think about them too much until an emergency occurs. Mayes and Sons Plumbing licensed plumbers can help with any issues you might experience.
It may seem like a minor thing, but toilets that don't stop running can waste hundreds of gallons of water in a year. Even if your toilet is not making any noise, you may have a "silent leak".
When it comes to taking care of your home, there is nothing more annoying than a dripping faucet! Not only can it keep you up all night, but it is a huge waste of water and money.
Bathroom and kitchen faucets will often leak due to the washer wearing out. Washers are made of rubber and sometimes metal. The washers are discs that seal and restrict the flow of water when the handle is turned.
If your pipe is leaking more than an occasional drip, it could mean a serious problem has occurred and a professional licensed plumber is the answer. Do not assume that the leak will fix itself or diminish over time. Leaks generally lead to bigger problems and could result in a more expensive repair bill if not taken care of right away. Call an experienced plumbing technician at Mayes and Sons Plumbing for help, 330-527- PIPE (7473)
There's a place for kitchen garbage, and it's not underneath your sink or beside your countertop. In fact, no matter where you keep a garbage can, getting rid of food waste can be a messy, smelly chore. Bagged garbage can also attract animals and insects, and create unsanitary conditions around your home.
With a disposal in your kitchen, fruit rinds, coffee grounds and more can go right down the drain and into the garbage disposal -- where they are virtually liquefied to safely flow into your sewage system or septic tank. You'll enjoy a cleaner food preparation area, less cans and bags cluttering your home, and fewer trips carrying garbage to the curb.
If you’ve got a disposal problem, looking to get one installed, or just want the peace of mind knowing that everything is in good working order, give us a call.
You use your basement as storage. A workshop. Or perhaps you've turned it into another room. Whatever its primary purpose, you should never have to tolerate leaks and resulting water damage.
To help keep your basement dry, Mayes and Sons Plumbing can install a sump pump and/or a backup sump pump.
Here's how they work:
The sump pump is installed at the lowest level of your basement, so as water enters, the pump begins working;
During the spring and summer months, melting snow and frequent rain showers saturate ground water tables. For homes with high water tables or those situated on flat terrain where drainage is poor, a sump pump may be your best protection against basement flooding.
Mayes and Sons Plumbing installs a variety of Sump Pumps. With a focus on innovative product design, our wide range of pump styles includes; sump pumps, sewage pumps, effluent pumps, drain pumps, grinder pumps, complete pre-assembled sewage packages, and pump accessories.
Even small flooding in a home can be catastrophic and costly – so be prepared! If you’ve got a sump pump problem or just want the peace of mind knowing that everything is in good working order, give us a call. Our technicians are trained in the latest technology to keep your sump pump operating in top condition.
Some plumbing problems are easier to handle than others. But, when your hot water suddenly turns cold, and stays cold, or you just can’t seem to get enough… you want action…now. That’s just one more reason to count on Mayes and Sons Plumbing. We take pride in our ability to make immediate changes for the better, and in the number of hot water solutions we bring to the table, including:
- Repairs, all brands
- Replacement heaters, tank-variety and tank-less
- Installing a special valve that provides instant hot water so you don’t have to wait for it to heat up
- Water pressure regulators
- And even more...
The average lifespan of a water heater is 10-12 years. So, if yours hasn’t been serviced in a while, today’s a great day to contact Mayes and Sons Plumbing… where we address your hot water needs for today and tomorrow.