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Cutting a soldered pipe is always the best way to disconnect it. However, sometimes you cant. Either you would leave the pipe too short to make a new connection, or you just can't angle a cutting tool into the space. In these situations, the best solution is to pull off the fitting as the solder melts from your torch. Just have a wet rag handy, and be sure to quickly wipe away the molten solder before it hardens on you. Cutting pipes and working with solder can be dangerous for the inexperienced DIYer, our plumbers in Johnson County, Wyoming are well experienced in this kind of work.
Plastic drain lines look a lot less reliable than metal ones, but this is not the case at all. Plastic is cheaper and easier to install, it is also easier to tighten and adjust if a leak every develops. Unlike metal, plastic is not corrosive. If your metal drain lines start to leak, the smartest move is to replace with plastic. 1-877-DRPIPES in Johnson County, Wyoming are a great choice when you decide to update your plumbing systems.
It is tempting when replacing a faucet or toilet to save a few dollars by reusing the flexible old supply lines, but just don't. These are made with thin flexible plastic, and even the smallest leak can lead to massive water damage. Our plumbers near Johnson County, Wyoming would never do this. Sure the risk is small, but the cost can be significant if a leak does occur. Ask your plumber to replace these with new lines, encased in braided stainless steel. They are much less likely to leak and even if your old lines are braided steel, replace them as the cost is low and well worth the small investment for peace of mind.
Mineral deposits and corrosion are great at locking parts together, making them very difficult to take apart. The solution is often to cut the piece and replace it. Not only will the lifespan of your plumbing increase by using new parts, but the cost of replacement can be lower than the time spent struggling to salvage an old part.
When you hire Dr. Pipes Plumbers in Johnson County, WY, you get an experienced team of insured and licensed plumbers, often with 30+ years of experience. Our plumbing professionals are helpful, friendly, and always take the time to walk you through the specifics with little hassle to make informed decisions. We always leave your home tidy & clean, and we do everything we can to minimize disruptions to your schedule while working on a project.
Dr. Pipes Plumbers in Johnson County, Wyoming, are always up to date with trends in the realm of bathroom design. We are always looking for ways to enhance the experience of entering the room, but we also want to help you capitalize on fixtures that increase flow and efficiency.
Sinks that mount inside of a floor cabinet can use a lot of precious space. Most bathrooms are small, to begin with, but you can unlock some area by converting to a wall-mounted or pedestal sink while saying goodbye to the floor cabinet. Of course, if your problem is a lack of storage space, then you can do the opposite, replacing a small pedestal or wall-mounted sink with one that rests on a cabinet. If you consider reconfiguring your bathroom or kitchen plumbing, it would be wise to consult a qualified plumber in Johnson County, WY.
New water-saving fixtures are a great way to cut your water usage, saving you a lot of money in the long run. The relatively low investment in your new fixtures decreases water usage by 30% without sacrificing water pressure or quality. Dr. Pipes plumbers in Johnson County, Wyoming, can install low-flow units, or if your budget permits, we can install a more high-tech option, perhaps with sensors to detect movement and turn the tap on and off while you move your hands under it.