At Lange Plumbing, we are here to resolve any plumbing issues you might be having. We have been operating since the year 2000 and have over 200 years of combined experience backing our services. If you are having serious issues, please call us at (702) 500-0936 right away to take advantage of our 24/7 emergency services. We have compiled a list of some questions our Las Vegas plumbers are frequently asked. If you have any other questions you need answers to, feel free to contact us at any time!
Yes, we do offer financing options. We work with GreenSky™ to provide our customers with a variety of solutions so that you do not have to wait to get the plumbing issues fixed in your home. We recognize that most plumbing problems cannot wait, so contact us today to discuss the best plan of action.
At Lange Plumbing, we can offer you a wide variety of services including water heater repair, fixing leaks, repiping, new constructions, drain and sewer cleaning, slab leak repair, fire protection services, and more. We offer financing services to ensure that you can afford quality repairs. Our Las Vegas plumber is here to help you, no matter how complicated or straightforward the matter may be.
Most conventional water heaters have a life expectancy of about 11 years. If you have a tankless water heater, it should last for approximately 15-20 years. If you perform regular maintenance on your water heater, this should help to keep it working for longer. It should also be noted that the use of hard water can shorten the lifespan of a water heater.
If your faucet is broken and water begins to rush out and flood the room, try to stay calm. Look under the sink to find a valve switch on the piping. These are generally metallic and oval-shaped. Turn any latches until the waters stops issuing from the faucet. If it is difficult to move, use pliers to get a better grip. If this does not shut off the water, call now to get emergency service from our Las Vegas plumbers.
If your toilet's tank is running for long periods of time after flushing, it could indicate that there is a leak. This is a very serious matter, as it could be wasting up to 200 gallons of water a day. The issue could stem from anywhere, from the piping to the valves. To find the source of the problem, call an experienced plumber today.
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