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Plumbing mishaps can happen anytime. And when they happen, you want to make sure you have the Experts on the job. Whether you need your water heater replaced or a drain unclogged, our technicians can quickly, precisely, and professionally solve any of your plumbing problems. With up-front pricing and 24/7 services, you can feel confident knowing that our trustworthy specialists are ready to tackle your plumbing issues at a manageable cost whenever you need them.

Our Plumbing Services

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Water Fixtures

From shower heads and kitchen sinks, to indoor drinking fountains and bidets (we know you want one), we offer a variety of water fixture installation options for a competitive price. It’s all about the little details that make your house into a home. For some, that means getting your shower water pressure just right. For others, it’s installing a home humidifier to make the Utah winters more gentle on your skin. No matter the water fixture you want put into your house, we can make it happen.

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Sinks & Bathtub Installation

A high-quality sink and bathtub can help make your bathroom and kitchen places in your home you’ll want to spend more time in. We understand how essential the appliances are for everyday tasks around the home, which is why we make sure any sink and bathtub installations are done quickly and with precision. So take a bath, wash your hands, or run that garbage disposal with assurance that everything has been installed correctly by people who know exactly what they’re doing. And if your appliances ever struggle to drain quickly, our Experts can also help unclog your sink and tub drains anytime.

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Water Heater Repair

A well-maintained water heater can last for years. But problems can pop up unexpectedly and suddenly you’re left without hot water—or maybe even a unit that’s leaking water all over your floor. If your water heater is on the fritz, our team can get your hot water flowing again. And if we find your unit is on its last legs, our Experts can quickly replace your heater so you can get back to those long, steamy showers as soon as possible.

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Main Waterline Repair

Has your water bill skyrocketed for no apparent reason? Your main water line that counts how much water you use in your home may have sprung a leak. When they break, they can cause toilets to run over, water lines to drip, and your water bill to rise. You’ll need to call your local city to diagnose where exactly the leak is—then you’ll need a professional plumber to repair the main water line. Depending on where the water line is located on your property will determine how complex of an excavation you will need. Call the Experts for fast and accurate leak detection and water line repair services.


Contrary to popular belief, plumbing issues don’t just come in the form of water pipe explosions or leaks causing the ceiling to cave in. In fact, most common plumbing issues are much more slight. And while some can be fixed with a crafty DIY, there are some that you should leave to the professionals. As a rule of thumb, if you’re not fully confident in fixing it yourself, call a plumber.

Clogged Drains

Most clogged drains happen in sinks, showers, and toilets. They’re easily identified by the backflow of water that occurs when the drainage process isn’t working properly. Oftentimes hair is the main obstructor, but sometimes other items can get lodged in the pipe. While some clogged drains are a quick fix with a bit of Drain-O or a drain snake, others are much more difficult to unclog. If you can’t remove the blockage yourself, call a plumber. Additionally, if you find that one drain gets repeatedly clogged, it may indicate an issue with the pipe.

Leaking faucet

Aside from the insanity-inducing dripping noise, leaking faucets can cause your water bill to go up dramatically. The EPA estimates that at the rate of one drop per second, a leaking faucet can waste more than 3,000 gallons per year. Generally, a leaking faucet is caused by a damaged or weakened seal. While leaking pipes can be fixed with a new washer and some DIY-ing, be wary of tackling the problem without any plumbing experience. At times, even seemingly simple leaks can be far more complex. If you’re not completely confident with your plumbing abilities, it may be best to call in a pro.

Low Water Pressure

Low water pressure doesn’t have to be a luxury. Most homes actually have stronger water pressure than what may appear, but often it's stifled by an unknown plumbing problem. Low water pressure can be caused by a pipe leaking or a build-up of sediment in the pipes or showerhead. If it’s an obvious showerhead blockage, sometimes a simple vinegar soak does the job. But if the problem seems to be more complex, tackling it on your own could result in both a huge mess and a worsened issue. If the origin of the problem is not easily identified, consult a professional.

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If you think you need plumbing help, give the Experts a call and we'll be able to help diagnose the problem! Our staff of professional, certified plumbers will be able to help whatever your situation may be.

Emergency Plumbing Services

Plumbing emergencies can happen at any time without a warning. Once you make the call, you can count on us to handle your plumbing emergency. Expert Services - Plumbing, Heating, Air & Electrical offers 24/7 emergency plumbing services to help handle these situations. Call today to get more information on our emergency plumbing services.


You should have your water heater serviced annually to reduce sediment buildup and inspect all safety components. You should also replace the anode rod and expansion tank every two to three years.

The right water heater depends on how many people are living in the home and what your priorities are. If you are looking for the most budget-friendly option, gas or electric units are the best. If you need endless hot water and efficiency, a tankless system would be the right call. If efficiency is your number one goal, a heatpump might be a good option.

Water leaks inside of the home can be discovered if your water meter is moving while no fixtures are running. Other signs of hidden leaks may be a musky smell, mold, discolored or wet drywall, and sagging paint. Squishy floors and wet areas, especially near walls, are also signs of a hidden leak.

Service Areas

Expert Plumbing services the entire Salt Lake and Utah Valley. Whether you're up in Salt Lake City or down in Provo, we’ll come to you. Don’t let your plumbing problems grow wild and trust our experts. If you’re looking for a plumber in Utah, call us today!