Fixture Plumbing in St. Paul
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The modern home is outfitted with many convenient plumbing fixtures. When they are not working, it can make life complicated. An overflowing toilet, a leaky faucet, or an inoperable showerhead can alter your routine and impede your ability to maintain good hygiene.
At HomeWorks in Eagan, we believe you shouldn’t have to wait for service. That is why we do our best to respond to all requests the day they are received. On top of that, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We know that not all plumbing emergencies happen during business hours. Rely on our team to help you fix your plumbing problems quickly and efficiently.
Call a St. Paul fixture plumber today at (651) 691-7488. We offer free consultations for drain problems and we serve customers in Eagan and throughout the Greater Minneapolis area.
Installing & Repairing Toilets, Faucets, Sinks & More
If your fixtures are leaking or if they are not operating correctly, we are happy to diagnose and correct the problem. We can also install new fixtures if you are updating your home or remodeling. It is important to hire a trained technician for installations. Even a simple mistake in connecting to your pipes can cause severe water damage. Invest in your home by calling a professional to securely connect and position your new pieces.
We work on all plumbing fixtures including:
- Bathroom sinks
- Kitchen sinks
- Washroom sinks
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Competitive pricing, available financing, complete availability, and continual employee training are just a few of the ways we surpass our competition. All of our work also comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We want to be the premier plumbing company in St. Paul, so we go the extra mile for all jobs.
Expect more from your plumbing company; call HomeWorks today at (651) 691-7488 to schedule fixture plumbing service in St. Paul!
FAQs About Plumbing Fixtures
Are my pipes considered a fixture?
Plumbing parts like water lines, drain lines, and fittings — the guts of your plumbing system — are not considered fixtures. The term applies to devices like sinks and faucets that directly dispense fresh water or carry away wastewater.
What are common plumbing fixtures?
The most common plumbing fixtures include bathroom sinks, kitchen sinks, bathtubs, showers, showerheads, faucets, utility sinks, hose bibs, and toilets. At HomeWorks, we install and service all these fixtures, as well as plumbing appliances like water heaters, sump pumps, and garbage disposals.
What is a plumbing fixture schedule?
A plumbing fixture schedule lists all the plumbing fixtures required for a specific job, such as a bathroom installation or a fixture replacement in an entire home. The schedule typically lists important details about each fixture as well, such as the size, color, cost, model number, rough-in dimensions, overall dimensions, and plumbing requirements.
What is a fixture in a bathroom?
Typical bathroom fixtures consist of the bathroom sink, the toilet, the bathtub, the showerhead, the faucets, and the shower stall.
Can a faucet be repaired?
Some inexpensive faucets are not designed to be repairable, but most offer some level of serviceability. O-rings, washers, stems, and seals can often be replaced in older faucets, while newer faucets have replaceable cartridges. Screens can be cleaned to remove mineral accumulations, and aerators can be removed and cleaned to eliminate any debris that is causing flow restrictions.
What is causing my toilet to run constantly?
Normally, the flapper valve is worn or poorly adjusted, allowing water from the tank to seep into the bowl, which causes the fill valve to run constantly to refill the tank. The fill valve may also be defective. At HomeWorks, we can repair all common toilet problems quickly, leaving your toilet quieter.
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