Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is your service area?

A. Mostly the St. George, UT area, including Ivans, Washington, Santa Clara, and Hurricane.

Q. Do you offer residential and commercial plumbing service?

A. Yes to both, mostly new construction in those areas.

Q. Do you rooter, scope, or camera clogged drain and sewer lines?

A. No, we are not a rooter company. However, we do replace and upgrade old fixtures, leaking or damaged pipe, broken sewer lines, and repipe whole house water lines.

Q. When repiping my house will the water be turned off for over a day?

A. Typically no. We repipe all the water lines to the fixtures and do not actually hook them up until all the pipe is run. Once all the pipe is to the fixtures we turn off the water main and quickly connect all the pipe to the fixtures. Depending on how many water fixtures you have, we can typically get them all hooked up in one day.

Q. What is the difference between a normal water heater and tankless water heater?

A. A traditional water heater will continuously store and heat about 50 gallons of water. However, if you use more than that 50 gallons at any one time, you will run out of hot water. A tankless water heater creates hot water on demand. This is more energy efficient and you will never run out of hot water.

Q. Do you offer plumbing service for home renovations or new construction?

A. Yes! We specialize in remodels and new construction plumbing!

Q. Are you licensed and insured?

A. Yes we are licensed and insured in the state of Utah. We are also members of Southern Utah Home Builder Association (SUHBA).

Q. Do you offer free estimates?

A. Yes. After we walk through your project or look over your blue prints we can get you an estimate within a few days.

Q. How far out are you scheduled?

A. With all the new construction here in St. George, we are pretty busy. We can typically start a new job within one to three weeks of our estimates. However, construction has a very fluid calendar. Many different factors can affect the schedule. We schedule target start dates and try to work as closely to those dates as possible.