Why Choose Team Home Service for your Plumbing?
Some of the most prevalent plumbing issues include leaking water heaters, dripping faucets, clogged drains, and slab leaks. If there is a water-leak in your garage, basement, or attic, Team Home Service partners will be on their way as soon as possible to repair/replace it. Please allow us to provide plumbing service that will make you grateful you called us, whether it's an emergency or a planned update down the line.
Emergencies don't care if it's an off day, which is why we are always available to assist you. Click here to schedule a plumbing check-up.
Boise Plumbers at the Best Price
Team Home Service gives their customers the power back by providing solutions to any plumbing problem. Our motive is to build a long-term relationship with our customers and solve their issues as they emerge for the rest of their lives. We ensure that we will fix it right the first time, every time.
We offer very competitive rates without sacrificing the quality of work by highly skilled plumbers in all areas.
Our Plumbing Services in Boise, ID
Gas line repair/leak detection
It's not simply a nuisance when your gas line begins to leak; it's an emergency. Although the line requires immediate attention, you should leave it to the pros rather than attempting to repair it yourself. If you suspect a gas-leak, you should act quickly and get a professional to fix your gas line.
Schedule a gas-leak check if you notice
- An odor,
- A hissing sound
- An unexplainable increase in your gas bill
Call us to schedule an appointment and get an estimate.
Water leak/mainline repair
Water leaks are a significant annoyance that, if not discovered quickly, may cost a lot of money. Water pipes break under the ground, in buildings, and beneath concrete and roadways, causing leaks that are difficult to locate. These hidden (or camouflaged) leaks can waste thousands of liters of water each day and go unreported until you receive a significantly larger bill and significant water damage to your home.
If you have a constant drip, it could be a sign that you need to repair a faucet or fixture. A blocked aerator could cause your kitchen faucet not to produce the powerful stream of water you require.
Showerheads can clog up and become film-coated. You might try a simple modification, change a washer, or remove and cleanse the aerator or filter if you're handy. If you'd rather not deal with minor issues, get a professional plumber to take better care of your problems quickly and efficiently.
Sewage /drain cleaning
Drains in your home are frequently overlooked until an issue emerges. Plumbing issues can range from inconvenient to catastrophic. Consider hiring Team Home Service experts to clean your drains, whether you're having problems now or want to avoid them in the future.
The main reasons behind frequent drain blocks are :
- Build ups of mineral in pipes
- Grease buildup in kitchen
- Flushing unsuitable material
If drain clogs are frequent occurrences in your home, schedule an appointment with us.
Hard water treatment
A water softener is the most popular treatment for hard water. This water filtration device removes the minerals found in hard water. When water enters the filter, it passes through a resin bed that traps calcium and magnesium ions, replaced by sodium ions. The procedure is known as ion exchange. To work effectively, a water softener requires salt.
Water softener salt must be stored in a separate tank. The brine tank is what it's called. Water from the brine tank containing sodium ions flows into the water softener tanks, cleansing the reason and draining the hard minerals out of the device during the regeneration process.
Slab leak repair
A slab-leak is a leak in a water line running beneath a concrete floor, and the name comes from the term used by insurance companies to describe this plumbing problem. Industry specialists may refer to a slab leak as a foundation leak. A slab-leak may appear to be a large, gaping hole inside a pipe that has allowed a rush of water to escape, but this is not the case.
Although the spot in a pipe caused by a slab leak is small, it allows water to escape and cause difficulties. That leak has the potential to get larger in the future.
Kitchen and bathroom remodeling
When you talk about a redesign, you're talking about the many adjustments you've made to your bathroom's appearance. It concentrates on only making changes that impact the layout, design, or general appearance. So, a renovation job entails giving your bathroom a new design and feel. It does not, for example, entail structural alterations to the space's size.
A remodeling project deals with what's there in this way. It transforms into something entirely new or tweaks it to fit a unique style or layout. As a result, cosmetic alterations such as a new vanity, cabinet, countertop, and so on are included.
Waterline repair / replacement
There might be a few reasons to change the mainline of your home's water system. It's not unusual for your service line pipes to deteriorate over time, just like any other hardworking portion of your plumbing system. This is especially true when replacing lead pipes.
A water line problem can occur for various reasons, including concerns about lead in drinking water. If you don't have a leak but are considering replacing your lead service line owing to a lead pipe, we can weigh your choices.
Hydro jetting is ideal for cleaning residential and commercial establishments, particularly grease buildup, such as restaurants. It's a skilled procedure that uses high-pressure and high-speed water to clear clogs and obstructions in piping. It is by far one of the most efficient ways to unclog clogged pipes.
Hydro jet drain cleaning is relatively successful at cleaning main lines with clogs or blockages, such as tree roots. Even the most challenging plumbing lines are handled by our jetter, which uses high-pressure water. It can reach deep down the sewage drain to clear obstructions and restore it to a "like-new" condition.Hydro jetting is also more effective than other methods of unclogging drains, and it is safe for both your plumbing and the environment.
Sump pumps throw water out of your basement and far from your house. A sump is an organically occurring pit; typically a hole cut beneath the central area of your basement. The sump pump is kept in this pit, referred to as a basin. The pump contains valves that inspect rising water levels.
Sump pumps use a discharge pipe to pump surplus water out of the basement and far from your property when the water level rises too high. This connection, is called an effluent, links the sump pump to a drainage area.