Why Choose Team Home Service for your Plumbing?
The objective of Team Home Service partners is to provide our clients with a high-quality, safe, and reliable water and sewerage service that is both economically and environmentally sustainable 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our objective is to be a long-term water and sewerage service provider that adds value to customers while also returning value to stakeholders. Our partner plumbers will assess the situation, get to the source of the issue, and provide you with a knowledgeable solution for your house or company.
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Meridian Plumbers at the Best Price
Team Home Service gives its consumers back control by providing realistic, low-pressure answers to any plumbing problem. Our purpose is to build long-term relationships with our customers and to solve their problems as they arise throughout their lives. We promise to solve it correctly the first time, every time.
We provide very competitive rates in all areas without reducing the quality of service performed by highly skilled plumbers.
Our Plumbing Services in Meridian, ID
Gas line repair/leak detection
When your gas line starts to leak, it’s more than an annoyance; it’s an emergency. Even though the line requires immediate care, you should leave the repair to the professionals rather than attempting it yourself. If you suspect a gas-leak, you should act fast and have your gas line repaired by a professional.
Call us to schedule an appointment and get a gas-leak check.
Water leak/mainline repair
Water leaks are a significant annoyance that, if not discovered quickly, may cost a lot of money. Let’s get these leaks addressed as soon as possible! Allow the specialists at Team Home Service to inspect any domestic water leak you may have. We can help with everything from water heaters to tubs and showers. Our staff’s experience in the home care industry enables them to provide a higher and more efficient level of service to you.
If your faucet or fixture is constantly dripping, it could signify that it needs to be repaired. Your kitchen faucet may not deliver the strong water stream you require due to a clogged aerator. Showerheads can become clogged and film-coated. If you’re handy, you may try a minor modification, such as changing a washer or removing and cleaning the aerator or filter. If you’d prefer not to deal with minor difficulties, get a professional plumber to solve them quickly, efficiently, and reasonably.
Sewage /drain cleaning
Drains in the home are typically ignored until a problem arises. Plumbing problems can be anything from inconvenient to disastrous. Whether you’re dealing with problems now or want to avoid them in the future, consider hiring Team Home Service pros to clean your drains. Mineral build-up in pipes, grease build-up in the kitchen, and flushing inappropriate material are the most common causes of drain blockages.
Hard water treatment
The most basic solution for hard water is a water softener. This water filter filters out the minerals found in hard water. When water enters the filter, it travels through a resin bed that traps calcium and magnesium ions before replacing them with sodium ions. Ion exchange is the name of the procedure. A water softener requires salt to function correctly. Salt for water softeners must be kept in a separate tank. It’s referred to as the brine tank. During the regeneration process, water containing sodium ions from the brine tank flows into the water softener tanks, cleaning the reason and draining the hard minerals out of the device.
Slab leak repair
A slab leak is a leak in a water line beneath a concrete floor that gets its name from the term used by insurance companies to identify this plumbing issue. A slab leak is sometimes referred to as a foundation leak by industry experts. A slab leak may appear to be a massive, gaping hole in a pipe from which a flood of water has escaped, but this is not the case. Although a slab leak causes a tiny hole in a pipe, it allows water to escape and cause problems. That leak has the potential to grow in size soon.
Kitchen and bathroom remodeling
When you talk about a makeover, you’re referring to the numerous changes you’ve made to the aesthetic of your bathroom. It focuses solely on making modifications that affect the layout, design, or overall appearance. As a result, a renovation project gives your bathroom a fresh look and feel. It does not, for example, imply structural changes to the size of the room.
There are various reasons why the mainline of your home’s water system may need to be replaced. Like any other dynamic component of your plumbing system, your service line pipes are prone to deterioration with time. When it comes to replacing lead pipes, this is especially true. Concerns about lead in drinking water might cause a water line problem for various reasons. We can help you analyze your options if you don’t have a leak but are considering replacing your lead service line due to a lead pipe.
In Meridian, our Team Home Service partner experts regularly install and repair water lines. If you’re considering proactive replacement, we can discuss your alternatives.
Do you have a tough blockage in your pipe that no amount of traditional drain cleaning can clear? Is it beyond the reach of an auger or a snake, necessitating the use of a more powerful tool? We can assist you. Hydro jet drain cleaning is quite successful in cleaning main lines clogged or blocked by a tree root. Even the most challenging plumbing lines are handled by our jetter, which uses high-pressure water. It can reach deep into the sewage drain to clear out stubborn obstructions and restore it to “like new” condition.
Water is pushed out of your basement and away from your home by sump pumps. A sump is a naturally formed pit. Generally, a hole is excavated beneath your basement’s main section. This pit, sometimes known as a basin, is maintained by the sump pump. There are valves in the pump that detect increased water levels or pressure. When the water level in your basement gets too high, sump pumps use a discharge pipe to pump excess water out of the basement and away from your home. This connection, known as an effluent, connects the sump pump to a drainage system.