Word from the Manager
Hey, I'm Mike Lamb and my role as plumbing department manager encompasses a wide range of responsibilities, which I have learned in my 40 years of experience. Starting my career as a 4th generation plumber in Michigan and now in South Carolina, I have been able to help Tens of Thousands of Customers and with each one I practice the Golden Rule in my work and relation with them. When I'm not working I enjoy visiting with my son and daughter, traveling with my wife, and playing golf with friends.
Tankless Water Heater
New Construction Water/Drain Line Install
Gas Piping Installation
Leak Detection and Repair
Standard Scope of Work
Sewer Line Repair
Water Line Repair and Replacement
Drain Cleaning Services
TIPS FOR YOUR HOME
Keep an eye on your utility bills, if they spike in price you may have a water heater problem
Running toilets may seem minor but even the most minor of leaks say 2 gallons a hour can add up to water waste of over 1400 gallons a month or over 17000 gallons a year. In tank toilet cleaners are detrimental to the plastic and rubber parts inside your toilet tank.
Pay attention to your plumbing system, a noise, change in water pressure, slow drains. Early addressing of issues may keep a small issue a small issue.
Freezing pipes are not a everyday issue in sunny South Carolina but if you’ve experienced this in the past leaving a faucet on should only be a temporary fix. Insulating water lines can add in protection and potentially make system more energy efficient.
Locate and understand how to shut off main water to house. Locate your water meter and purchase a street key from a big box store. Also locate your gas shut off. We can assist in locating and showing you how turn off in a emergency.