Central Indiana Area Plumbing Services and Products
Mr. Plumber Indy provides reliable, on-time residential and commercial plumbing services for home and business owners throughout Indianapolis and the Central Indiana region. Since 1946, Central Indiana residents have trusted Mr. Plumber to deliver expert plumbing services that restore and improve functionality, enhance water and energy conservation, and create a more comfortable experience where a home or building’s plumbing is concerned.
Mr. Plumber is here for you whenever you need us – that means day or night, weekend or weekday, and even on the holidays. Whether you face a plumbing emergency or not, we won’t keep you waiting. Trust our team of licensed, bonded, and insured plumbers to quickly deliver effective plumbing solutions for your Central Indiana home or business.
If your search for the “nearest plumber to me” has led you here, we ensure a positive experience with a Mr. Plumber Indy plumber at work on the job. Your satisfaction is most important to our team – with our 100% satisfaction guarantee, all materials, services, and workmanship is guaranteed in writing before your project begins. Our customer service team is always available to answer your questions and address any concerns you may have.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment for plumbing repair or to receive an estimate for your upcoming plumbing project. As Central Indiana’s chosen plumbing company, the Mr. Plumber team is looking forward to getting to work for you.
Plumbing Services in Central Indiana and Indianapolis
What does a plumber do? How much do plumbing services cost, such as water heater repair or drain cleaning? Mr. Plumber Indy offers comprehensive plumbing services throughout the Indianapolis metro area and the Central Indiana region – whatever you need, we can help! Receive an estimate for the work your home or business needs upfront so there are no surprises.
Contact us to have a skilled plumber to perform any of the following plumbing services:
- Plumbing Repairs
- Emergency Plumbing Services
- Tankless Water Heater Installation & Repair
- Water Heater Installation & Repair
- Plumbing Fixture Installation & Remodeling
- Sump Pump Installation & Repair
- Whole Home Repiping
- Water Softening Solutions
- Garbage Disposal Repair & Installation
- Leak Repair
- Reverse Osmosis Systems
Ready to get started? Call us today and our customer service team will quickly schedule an appointment to get to work or provide you with an estimate.
Mr. Plumber Indy provides service, repair, and installation work for many types of plumbing fixtures and equipment, including:
- Water Heaters
- Garbage Disposals
- Sewer Main Line
Access an Expert Plumber Around the Clock
Plumbing emergencies are far from convenient in any way, including the time of day they pop up. With Mr. Plumber Indy, you don’t have to wait and worry overnight or through the weekend until you can get a qualified plumber out to your home or place of business – we’re available to work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year, even holidays!
Whether you need water heater repair to stop a leak, drain cleaning, or other plumbing services, a licensed plumber from Mr. Plumber Indy is ready to assist you. You’ll always receive quality workmanship at the fairest price, with emergency service completed quick to restore use and comfort while protecting your home.
Do-It-Yourself Advice from a Plumber
Certain plumbing issues are often solved with a little DIY and know-how, saving you the time and expense of calling for a plumber. Mr. Plumber Indy helps you correct plumbing problems and save money with quick and easy do-it-yourself tips for plumbing repair work.
Patch leaking pipes
- Whenever you have a pipe leak, you want a plumber to perform repairs or replacement – but what do you do about escaping water while you wait for the plumber to arrive? A quick patch helps you avoid water damage and extensive cleanup. If you are able to access the leaky pipe, perform a temporary repair using plumber’s putty or fiberglass tape.
Eliminate drain clogs
- For clogged toilets, boil a pot of water and pour it into the toilet bowl, holding the pot at waist height as you pour. Heat helps bust up clog materials and clear the line.
- For sink and tub or shower drains, sprinkle a cup of baking soda down the drain and follow it with a cup of white vinegar. Cover the drain opening and wait a minimum of 30 minutes. Uncover the opening and turn on the tap to flush the drain with warm water.
- Use a flanged plunger for toilet clogs and a cup plunger for sink or tub drain clogs – the right equipment is key! Make sure to remove strainers and drain plugs before you plunge a sink or tub.
Boost water pressure from fixtures
- Mineral deposits can settle in fixtures, inhibiting water flow so it feels like your water pressure is low. Clean removable showerheads and faucet aerators by removing them and allowing the component to soak in white vinegar overnight. Use a cleaning brush to remove minerals and flush the component with warm water before reinstalling.
- If your showerhead is not easily removable, no sweat! Fill a plastic baggie with white vinegar and secure it over the showerhead with a rubber band. Leave this sitting overnight then remove and turn on the shower to flush.
Stop running toilets
- First try a jiggle to knock chain kinks loose – kinks in the connector chain running from the handle to the flapper prevent the flapper from closing.
- Take off the tank lid and check the chain – tough kinks may require removal by hand.
- If the float valve is above water level, it causes the toilet to run because it’s not telling other components that the tank is full enough. Carefully bend the metal rod down slightly so the float valve cuts off water supply.
- Check around the bottom of the tank to see if debris buildup has stopped the flapper from making a strong seal – remove debris and see if the seal is secure.
Plumber Terminology Guide
When a plumber from Mr. Plumber Indy visits your home to provide an estimate or perform a plumbing repair, he or she may use terms you are unfamiliar with to describe the condition of your plumbing system or the work proposed.
To avoid confusion, we’ve decoded some of the most common industry terms so you can best understand your plumbing system and the work your plumber performs.
This plumbing fitting joins sections of pipe made of different materials, such as copper to PVC.
An aerator is a component installed on a plumbing fixture which mixes air into the outgoing stream of water. Adding air allows less water to be used without sacrificing volume, which helps you save water.
An angle stop (also called an angle valve) is used as a shutoff valve for an appliance or plumbing fixture, which cuts water supply. The shape of the component is a 90-degree angle.
Backflow is a condition that occurs when the direction of wastewater drainage reverses in the plumbing system. Backflow causes sewage backup and can contaminate potable water supplies.
Sewage backup is the overflow of wastewater that occurs when a drain is clogged, whether within the fixture’s dedicated drain line or deeper into the drainage system.
The discharge drain pushes wastewater into the ground or into a drain system. An example of a discharge drain is a sump pump.
A drain is an entrance into the drainage system of a home or building’s plumbing system, allowing wastewater and material to flow out of the building and to a municipal sewer line or septic system.
The plumbing fixture that controls the flow of water on a sink or tub.
A kind of shutoff valve that opens and shuts on a hinge to start and stop water flow. For example, the flapper in the bottom of a toilet tank.
A water control valve that stops water flow when the appropriate water level has been reached in a basin, such as a toilet tank.
Wastewater that drains from all plumbing fixtures except from toilets. This form of wastewater does not contain fecal matter.
A drain cleaning process that uses highly pressurized water to bust through blockages and scour buildup from inside pipe walls.
The main water supply line that runs into a home or building from the water meter. Additional supply lines stem from this pipe to feed taps throughout a home or building.
A clay-like compound used to create a seal for pipe joints, fixture bases, and other plumbing components exposed to pressurized water.
The length a pipe extends from the floor or wall to the opening of a drain.
A type of on-site sewage treatment system that uses an underground tank and treats sewage using anaerobic bacteria. Septic tanks are used in locations without access to municipal sewer.
The type of valve that disconnects water supply. Main shutoff valves control water supply at the main line, controlling water supply to the entire home or building. Fixtures also have shutoff valves that control water supply to that fixture only.
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