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|January 15, 2014 09:09 AM EST||
HUMBLE, Texas, Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Mammoth Plumbing is a licensed, bonded, and insured company that strives to offer all of its customers the highest standards of quality in the plumbing industry. Servicing the Houston area for over 25 years and Mammoth Plumbing has recently extended its services to the Humble area. In an effort to make this happen, every plumber at Mammoth is licensed and has passed a drug screening, background, and immigration check. Furthermore, to provide you with even further peace of mind, all work performed by Mammoth comes with a warranty. There are a number of plumbing services that this company has to offer its residential customers. http://www.mammothplumbing.com/
Water Heater Installation, Repair, and Maintenance
Living without a working water heater can be a real inconvenience. You may be stuck taking cold showers, be unable to thoroughly wash your dishes, and have a hard time running many appliances. Fortunately, water heater maintenance, repair, and installation is one of Mammoth Plumbing's top areas of expertise. Specifically, Mammoth is certified to work on Bradform White brand water heaters and Rinnai brand tankless water heaters, so you can rest assured that your water heater will be in good hands. Whether you need a simple repair or a full replacement, they can assist you.
Sewer Repair: Drain Clog and Camera Inspections
Dealing with a clogged drain in one's home can be a pain and may cause flooding, drain backups, and other plumbing problems. With Mammoth's camera inspection service, dedicated plumbing technicians can run a camera through your home's affected pipes and determine the cause of the problem. From there, they will be able to take care of the clog by breaking it up or otherwise removing it in no time.
Emergency Service: All Services Available 24/7
When you have a plumbing issue at your home, the last thing you want is to have to wait for service. You want the problem resolved as quickly as possible in order to prevent larger and more expensive repairs down the road. This is exactly why Mammoth offers 24/7 emergency service to all customers. Regardless of what day of the week or what time your plumbing emergency occurs, they will be out to assist you promptly.
Bathroom and Kitchen Remodel Plumbing
Having your kitchen or bathroom remodeled can be a great way to add value and functionality to an existing space. However, you need the help of a qualified and experienced plumber to ensure that your sinks, toilets, drains, and other appliances are properly hooked up. This is where Mammoth can make your life much easier; their technicians have decades of experience when it comes to installing and updating plumbing for remodeled kitchens and bathrooms.
Garbage Disposal Installation and Repair
Have you accidentally put something down the garbage disposal that you shouldn't have, such as fruit stems or anything else that may have caused damage to the disposal itself? If so, never fear. Mammoth Plumbing also offers garbage disposal replacement and repair at an affordable price.
The services that Mammoth Plumbing offers are seemingly endless, so be sure to keep them in mind for your future plumbing needs. They are happy to offer free estimates for any work you may be looking to have done.
About Mammoth Plumbing Company
Mammoth offers warranties on all work, 24/7 emergency services and free estimates. Mammoth installs every brand of plumbing fixture and unit. They are certified installation contractors of Bradford White water heaters, Rinnai Tankless water heaters and Aqua Pure water filtration systems.
Mammoth Plumbing offers free estimates and warranties on all of their work. Their commitment to customer service and satisfaction, and the scope of essential plumbing services they provide makes Mammoth the best choice. While they can install every brand of plumbing fixture and unit, top-rated brands Rinnai and Bradford White have chosen Mammoth as certified installation contractors.
Media Contact: Jon Nevarez, Mammoth Plumbing LLC, 281-398-1700, [email protected]
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