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Whether it's a broken toilet, water heater, leaky faucet or any plumbing related problem. Let Anthony Wimpey Plumbing help you get your plumbing issue solved quickly and affordably.
Anthony Wimpey Plumbing is proud to serve the plumbing needs of Gwinnett, DeKalb, North Fulton and the surrounding areas for over 30 years.
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When your plumbing starts giving you trouble, you want it fixed fast, and you want it fixed right, we are ready to get your plumbing problems resolved.
Call Anthony Wimpey Plumbing for your plumbing repair needs. With over 30 years of experience to draw from, our team has the know-how to fix any plumbing issue fast. At Anthony Wimpey Plumbing, we pride ourselves on a job well done, and we’ll work to make sure we don’t leave until every job is complete.
Call us today at 678-679-8355 and end us put an end to that constant dripping!
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Our Service Include
24/7 Emergency Plumber
Plumbing emergencies are a disruptive pain in the neck. The last thing you need if you’ve got an urgent plumbing problem is to get the runaround when you call for help. Usually, when you have a plumbing issue, you’d call the plumber, speak to the receptionist, explain your problem, and then get an appointment for a later time. That’s great, if you aren’t ankle-deep in water, or watching your sewer line spew sewage into your house.
Toilets are one of the more common sources of problems in home plumbing. One faulty part in a toilet’s operation can create problems for the whole thing, creating issues for you. If you find your toilet is having issues, you’ll first want to check the floor immediately around it for water. If you see any, use towels and mops to dry that water as soon as possible to prevent damage to the floor.
Water Heater Repair
Hot water keeps your dishes clean, your clothes perfect and your showers pleasant. It’s a necessity you and your family simply can’t be without. If your water heater is malfunctioning, you should never attempt to fix it yourself, as you could cause further damage to the system. Check to make sure your water heater isn’t functioning properly and then call us immediately to get it fixed or replaced!
Sewer Line Repair
A sewer line is a pipe that transports waste products from your kitchen, bathroom, mudroom and any other areas of the house through which water flows. The waste flows through the pipe and into the city sewer, where it heads toward treatment centers. When this process is working fine, all is well. But as soon as a sewer pipe bursts, it’s bad news.
Garbage Disposal Repair
For many homeowners, the telltale hum of a broken garbage disposal is a dreaded noise–and an unfortunately common one. Assuming garbage disposals are prepared to shred or liquefy large chunks of food, some will inadvertently clog up their disposals with startling frequency.
Because of the constant noise a drip creates, a leaking faucet is one of the most hated issues in home plumbing. Unfortunately, the leading cause of a faulty faucet is not misuse or mistreatment, but simple day-to-day use. We can make any adjustments necessary to get your faucet back in good condition, or supply replacements for any parts that have worn out.
Sewer Line Replacement
No one wants to wake up and realize they need sewer line replacement. It’s just not anybody’s idea of a good time. Nevertheless, it’s not safe to wait on plumbing issues. Broken or malfunctioning sewer lines can compromise your foundations, your other plumbing systems and your yard. Not to mention, they stink (pun intended).
Tankless Water Heater Installation and Repair
Standard water heaters don’t just heat your water for you. They hold the water in place until you need it in other parts of your house. In each unit, a supply pipe fills the tank with cold water, a heating element heats it, and insulation makes sure it stays warm.
Water Line Repair
Many people are familiar with the results of plumbing problems, but not the causes. In a nutshell, the water line is the opposite of your sewage line. It brings water into your home from a well or, more commonly, the municipal water supply in your city or town. Then you use the water for showering, washing dishes, drinking, flushing the toilet and so on.
Water Line Replacement
When you need water line replacement, it’s important to not mess around. Replacing your water line is a serious proposition, one which necessitates digging up the existing line and putting in a new one. It requires a knowledgeable plumber to make sure the line meets your home’s requirements and attaches securely to the water main and your home plumbing system.