Professional Plumbing Repair Services
Suspect a slab leak in your home? Have old galvanized steel pipes? Need emergency burst pipe repair? Leave it to Metro Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning!
At Metro Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we understand how difficult it is to deal with plumbing repair emergencies. Family owned and operated since 1989, Metro PHA is dedicated to offering its neighbors in Chattanooga and the surrounding areas the best in plumbing repair services.
From a burst pipe to a leaky faucet, we offer upfront pricing, efficient solutions, and 100% satisfaction or your money back.
Plumbing Repair Services
- Repiping Repair & Replacement
- Burst Pipe Repair
- Faucet, Fixture & Sink Repair & Replacement
- Slab Leak Repair
- Sump Pump Repair & Replacement
- 24/7 Emergency Plumbing Services
Have outdated pipes? If you live in an older home with galvanized steel or polybutylene pipes in place, you may be in need of repiping services. Over time, these types of pipes deteriorate and become unsafe.
When you contact Metro Plumbing, we’ll recommend the ideal pipe material for your property, along with an upfront pricing menu. Find out why Chattanooga and the surrounding communities have helped make Metro Plumbing the go-to plumbing professionals since 1989.
Burst Pipe Repair
Burst pipes are plumbing emergencies that require immediate repair. We provide 24-hour emergency repair so you don’t have to wait to get the problem under control.
We will inspect the affected pipe and assess the damage. This allows us to determine if repair or replacement is the best option. Minimal damage may require only a small section to be replaced. A severely damaged pipe will need a full replacement.
Slab Leak Repair
The majority of homes feature concrete floors. Beneath these floors are multiple water lines. When one of these lines begins to leak, it can degrade the concrete and weaken the foundation of the home. This is how slab leaks form. If you have this problem, contact us right away for a solution.
Slab leaks can be tricky to spot because they are not always obvious at first.
However, there are a few things to keep an eye out for that will help you detect potential problems:
- Mildew growth: If you have carpet and notice wet spots or mildew in unexpected areas, it can signal a leak in the concrete underneath.
- Hot spots: Does a section of the floor feel warmer than the rest? This may be due to a hot water leak.
- Reduced water pressure: A slab leak can also affect the water pressure in your home.
- Increase in water bill: If you haven’t increased the amount of water you use in a month, but your bill has continued to rise, you may have a slab leak. Even a small hole in the pipe can waste thousands of gallons of water each month, translating to a higher water bill.
Your Metro Sewer and Plumbing expert will use a variety of methods to repair a slab leak, including a single line epoxy fix. This involves applying an epoxy to the leak to seal and safeguard it against further damage.
The key to preventing significant damage to your home is early detection. If you suspect a slab leak, call us to evaluate the problem. We will determine if a slab leak is the issue and discuss your options for repair.
24/7 Emergency Plumbing Services
No matter the time of day, Metro PHA is ready to rescue you from any residential or commercial plumbing emergency. Common plumbing emergencies involve a burst pipe, overflowing toilets, and broken water lines. These problems need to be repaired by a professional as soon as possible. However, there are steps you can take before your plumber arrives.
Before doing anything else, locate the main water valve to your home and turn it off (rotate clockwise). This will help stop the water from flooding your home and provide you with temporary relief until we arrive.
We also recommend turning off the electricity if the water is in danger of coming in contact with any electrical wiring or equipment. Your water heater should also be shut off.
Once your Metro Sewer and Plumbing plumber arrives, we will locate the source of the problem and repair it as efficiently as possible. Our goal is to make sure you return to your normal routine as quickly as possible.