Monthly Archives: April 2012
There is one toilet that stands out as being the top of the line most powerful flushing toilet on the market. It is much more expensive when you compare the initial cost of this compared to a cheaper toilet. The thing to consider is the amount of money you will save if you occasionally need […]
If you are planning on remodeling your bathroom in the near future you should make sure that you update your shower valve at the same time. Many people do not understand that your shower faucet cannot be replace without accessing it from behind the wall or by removing the tile. A leaky shower fixture is […]
One of the most frequent repairs that we run into when dealing with residential plumbing repairs is a leaking faucet on the outside of the house. These types of faucets are also referred to as a sillcock or a hose-bib. The most common cause for these faucets to start leaking is when the homeowner leaves […]
Save $39 on a sump pump inspection. KC Plumber Pro can perform a full inspection both inside and outside your home. The best sump pump is one that doesn’t run very often. It’s a good idea to have your sump pump inspected every year...
Save $149 on a Bradford White Power Vent water heater. Energystar compliant this water heater also qualifies for additional tax incentives. All new home built throughout most of Kansas City are now required to have a Power Vent water heater installed.
In case of an emergency it is good to have a quality plumber on hand that can quickly respond to your problem. In many cases a plumbing emergency is something that needs to be resolved immediately. Going without running water for ever a day...
Save $250 on a Rinnai tankless water heater. KC Plumber Pro is a certified Rinnai tankless water heater installer. Print this coupon to receive a $250 discount on the installation of a new unit.
In many cases, a water heater that is not working can be repaired and does not need to be replaced. KC Plumber Pro can provide water heater repair Kansas City and Overland Park. The first thing that you need to determine is the type...