At Advance Plumbing Services, we deliver top-notch solutions to meet your plumbing needs in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, and the surrounding areas.
Our team of skilled plumbers is dedicated to meeting all your residential plumbing needs. From routine maintenance and repairs to expert installations and replacements, we have you covered.
We understand the importance of a smoothly running plumbing system in your home. With a commitment to efficiency and reliability, we offer comprehensive plumbing services to ensure your residence remains comfortable and functional. Contact us today to discover how our residential plumbing solutions can benefit your home.
Emergency Plumbing Repairs:
Burst pipe repair
Leaky faucet and fixture repairs
Clogged drain and sewer line clearing
Water Heater Services:
Installation of water heaters
Repair and maintenance of water heaters
Upgrades and replacements
Pipe Installation and Repairs:
New pipe installations for renovations or additions
Repair or replacement of damaged or leaking pipes
Frozen pipe thawing and repair
Fixture Installations and Repairs:
Faucet and sink installations
Toilet repairs and replacements
Shower and bathtub installations
Water Softener Solutions:
Installation of water softener systems
Repairs for malfunctioning water softeners
As a trusted local business, we understand the unique plumbing challenges in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph. Our team is well-acquainted with the local plumbing codes and regulations, ensuring your project is completed to the highest standards.
Count on us for reliable, on-time service. Our licensed plumbers are dedicated to delivering quality workmanship and exceptional customer service, earning us a reputation for reliability and professionalism.
We believe in transparent pricing and providing cost-effective solutions. Our competitive rates ensure that you receive outstanding plumbing services without breaking the bank.
Leaking Faucets: Dripping faucets can waste water and increase your water bill.
Clogged Drains: Accumulation of hair, soap, grease, or foreign objects can lead to slow or blocked drains.
Leaking Toilets: Continuous running toilets can waste a significant amount of water and may indicate a faulty flush mechanism.
Water Heater Concerns: Problems with water heaters include leaks, lack of hot water, or strange noises, signaling potential malfunctions.
Low Water Pressure: Insufficient water pressure can affect the functionality of faucets and showers, making daily tasks less efficient.
Pipe Leaks: Leaking pipes can cause water damage to walls, ceilings, and floors, leading to structural issues and mold growth.
Sewer Line Blockages: Clogs or damage in the main sewer line can result in slow drainage throughout the house and unpleasant odors.
Faulty Garbage Disposal: Issues with the garbage disposal can lead to clogs, strange noises, or a unit that won't turn on.
Burst Pipes: Freezing temperatures or other factors can cause pipes to burst, causing extensive water damage and requiring immediate attention.
Water Quality : Issues with water quality, such as discoloration, unusual odors, or strange tastes, may indicate problems with the plumbing system.
Sump Pumps: A malfunctioning sump pump can lead to basement flooding, especially during heavy rain or snow melt.
Frozen Pipes: Cold weather can cause water inside pipes to freeze, leading to pipe bursts and water damage when the ice thaws.
Leaking Outdoor Taps: A leaking outdoor hose bib can waste water and pose a risk of freezing during colder months.
Malfunctioning Water Softeners: Issues with a water softener system can result in hard water, leading to mineral buildup and potential damage to appliances.
Water Odors: Unpleasant odors in the water may indicate bacterial contamination or issues with the water heater.
Washing Machine Hoses: Leaks or bursts in washing machine hoses can lead to water damage in the laundry area.
Dishwashers: Poor drainage from the dishwasher can cause standing water and potential damage to kitchen cabinets.
Pressure Regulators: Problems with the pressure regulator can cause fluctuations in water pressure throughout the house.
Noisy Pipes: Banging, clanging, or whistling sounds from pipes may indicate issues such as water hammer or mineral deposits.
Corroded Pipes: Corrosion in pipes can lead to leaks and affect water quality. Older homes with galvanized pipes may be particularly susceptible.
Inefficient Sprinkler System: Leaks or malfunctions in the sprinkler system can lead to water wastage and damage to the landscaping.
Water Hammer: Sudden loud noises in the pipes when turning off water fixtures may indicate water hammer, a phenomenon caused by rapid water flow changes.
Gas Water Heater Issues: Gas water heaters may experience problems such as pilot light issues, gas leaks, or a lack of hot water.