Exceptional Plumbing Services In Greenwood Village CO
Southside Plumbing has specialized in plumbing for residential homes in Greenwood Village, CO, since 2008. Our plumbers are highly trained and experienced, so you can trust us to get the job done right the first time. We believe that quality plumbing is a necessity in every home, which is why we offer a wide range of plumbing services, from fixtures and backflow to plumbing remodels and gas lines. No matter your plumbing needs, we can help. Plus, we’re a family-owned and operated business, so you can be sure that you’ll receive the personalized service you deserve. Connect with us today for fast, quality plumbing service.
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Andrea - Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Wes and Michael showed up promptly and they were professional and great at diagnosing my plumbing problems and communicating to me about the situation, the options and the cost. I have never been so pleased with a plumbing experience in my 30+ years of homeownership.
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Basement bath tub spout was stuck in the shower position. I replaced the tub spout with diverter then caulked around the spout and wall. I tested spout when work was completed and it is working as it should with no leaks.
Client wanted a new showerhead installed in her bathroom. While we were here we also investigated a funny noise coming from the shower. The noise was determined to be lack of water in the shower P-trap, when the toilet is flushed you can hear the water echoing through the pipes. Southside Plumbing install a brand new showerhead supplied by the homeowner, after testing the showerhead and putting water back into the P-trap the noise has gone away.
The client utilizes a compression stop in order to drain his irrigation system. The existing stop had gone bad and started to leak. Southside Plumbing removed the faulty valve and replaced it with a new quarter turn shut off valve.
There is a leaking shutoff valve for the toilet. The leaking line and valve caused water to damage the ceiling in the garage. The valve is installed on the floor. I will need to repipe the line to raise it up higher to add a new shutoff valve and supply line for the toilet. While shutting off the water to work on the plumbing, I noticed an old main shutoff valve and no pressure reducing valve. House pressure is unregulated and tested to be 73 psi. Because the pressure is unregulated I recommend a pressure reducing valve/regulating valve to make sure the house is protected. I also recommend replacing the main shutoff. I also noticed a 20 year old 75 gallon water heater. It would also be a good idea to replace the water heater to ensure the won’t be any problems. 20 years is way past the average life span of a water heater. See estimates for recommended work