Professional Plumbing Installation Services in Bradenton – Sarasota Area.


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Providing plumbing installation services including water heaters, garbage disposals, toilets, faucets, as well washing machines hook ups!

Plumbing Installation in Bradenton – Sarasota

Plumbing installations are an inevitable part of home ownership. Often times you want to replace an aging water heater, faucet or toilet with something newer and more reliable. If you’re planning on a full scale remodel of your home or even just a modest renovation of your kitchen or bathrooms, then chances are you want all-new fixtures and plumbing equipment.

Fortunately, we have the expertise and experience to make your plumbing installation needs happen. We can handle a wide variety of installation tasks, whether you need a new toilet to replace one that’s out of date or a new and more efficient water heater to save money and water.

Our technicians not only have the knowledge to deal with a wide array of plumbing issues, but we also have state-of-the-art equipment to properly install your plumbing equipment. Plumbing Warehouse gets the job done right the first time, every time. We even stand behind our work with a guarantee, giving you greater peace of mind when it comes to our plumbing work.

Our company offers same day and emergency service, so you can have your plumbing issues resolved regardless of the time or day. Contact us!

Water Heater Installation

When was the last time you replaced your water heater. While many of the plumbing appliances in your home are long-lived, water heaters aren’t exactly one of them. Given the right amount of maintenance and upkeep, an ordinary tank-style water heater can last up to 12 years. Some electric models can last for up to 15 years, while tankless water heaters reach the 20-year mark without breaking a sweat.

How come water heaters have such a short life expectancy relative to other plumbing appliances? Most times, it has a lot to do with corrosion that goes on within. Most water heaters have anode rods designed to help combat corrosion, but it’s only a matter of time before nature wins out and the inside of your water heater tank is eaten away. Sediment and calcium deposits can also take their toll on the average water heater, making them work less efficiently.

A growing household is another reason you may want to replace your water heater. Perhaps your current water heater is a bit too small to handle the new demands of your growing family. As much as we appreciate how water heaters bring us gloriously hot water when we want it, we don’t give them much thought until the worst happens. Learn more about various water heater types and let our technicians take care of your next water heater installation. Contact us!


Garbage Disposal Installation

If you don’t have a garbage disposal, then you have no idea what you’re missing out on. Garbage disposals make it easier to get rid of leftover scraps without making a big mess. If you already have a garbage disposal, then you’re probably looking at a new one for the following reasons:

  • Your current garbage disposal it’s on its last legs. It’s not unusual for the garbage disposal motor to freeze up or burn out due to age or excessive wear and tear.
  • One of your family members dropped something they shouldn’t have into the garbage disposal. It’s not unusual for garbage disposals to get damaged this way.
  • You want a garbage disposal with a little more kick. Maybe your current unit doesn’t have enough horsepower to deal with your household’s demands, especially if you have a big family that does a lot of cooking.
  • Your garbage disposal is leaking under the sink and you want it gone ASAP. This can happen if seals inside the garbage disposal dry out and shrink over time or if the flange where the unit connects to the sink is damaged or worn out.

Whatever the reason, you can count on us to take care of your new garbage disposal installation. Contact us today to start your project!

Washing Machines Hook Ups

So, you brought a new washing machine home, but you don’t have the hook ups to use it. Or maybe you want to relocate your existing hook ups to another part of your home. While this sounds like a job for a DIYer, installing new washing machine hook ups isn’t as simple as you think. In fact, it’s a job that’s tailor-made for a seasoned plumbing professional.

Installing the outlet and inlet lines for your new washing machine hook ups involves tapping into the cold and hot water supply lines. You’ll also need to install cut-off valves for your hot and cold water lines. Definitely not a task for the faint of heart, let alone a DIYer with only basic tools. Other plumbing issues can put a damper on a planned installation or relocation.

Simply put, you’re better off leaving this task to the professionals. After all, we have the tools and the know-how to professionally install washing machine hook ups, along with any other plumbing installation tasks you need done. We stand behind our work 100 percent and you’ll enjoy greater peace of mind knowing that the job was done right the first time. Your dirty laundry will thank you.


Faucets Installation

We’re often called out to install new faucets for our customers. It’s one of the many jobs that we do with pride. There are plenty of reasons why you’d want to replace a faucet rather than have one repaired:

  • Times change and so do styles. What looked good 10 years ago might look outdated now, especially if you have a remodel or renovation planned.
  • Today’s faucets are designed with water conservation with mind. A new faucet wastes far less water than one that’s decades old, resulting in bigger savings on your monthly water bill.
  • There’s only so much that can be done to fix a leaky faucet. If you’re at the end of your rope when it comes to repairs, a brand new faucet may be the only solution.

Installing your own faucet is no easy task. Even the best DIYer can make costly mistakes that take valuable time, effort and money to undo. Worst still, you may end up with a faucet that leaks or fails to work at all. That’s why it’s important to have a seasoned professional take on this and any other plumbing installation.


Toilets Installation

It’s not every day that you have a toilet replaced in your home. But when it happens, it’s usually for good reason. For instance, you may want to upgrade to a toilet that uses less water with each flush, thereby saving you a bundle on your water bills. You might be in the middle of remodeling your bathroom and want a newer toilet that fits your new décor. Or maybe you’re just tired of how your old toilet looks and want something that looks nicer and more up-to-date.

Other reasons to replace your toilet include:

  • Clogs that seem random or reoccur frequently
  • Cracks in the porcelain bowl or tank
  • Constant repairs that exceed the cost of a new toilet
  • Surface damage

Whatever the reason, our technicians can take care of any toilet installation. Since the replacement process involves shutting off the water supply and installing multiple parts, you’re better off having professionals take care of this process.

Most homeowners choose to supply their own toilet, but we can assist you in choosing one that not only looks great, but works best for your home. Most installations can be done the same day, leaving you more time to get to know your new toilet a bit better.

Need a Reliable Plumbing Service?

Contact Plumbing Warehouse today for quick professional service at the most affordable rates!