One trip could save you several drips.
From leaks in your sink to toilets that stink, nobody is better qualified at plumbing repair, maintenance, and installation than your home comfort heroes at Service Legends. And most plumbing problems aren’t ones you want to try on your own, so don’t be do-it-yourselfish. Leave it to your local plumbing pros at Service Legends.
Our highly skilled plumbing technicians are available 24/7 and licensed to tackle everything from pipes, pumps, toilets, drips, shower heads, faucet repairs, new installations, and so much more. And beyond our kind and prompt service, all of our work is backed by the best warranties and guarantees anywhere.
LEGENDARY PLUMBING SERVICES:
- Kitchen and bathroom repairs/replacements
- Sewer and water line repairs/replacements
- Sump pump repairs/replacements
- Water heater repair/installation/maintenance
When you have plumbing problems, count on the fast, friendly expert service only Service Legends can provide. We provide the following plumbing repair services near you:
Water Heater Repairs
Is your hot water heater not doing its job? Call Service Legends plumbing repair technicians today for prompt water heater repairs and installation. We can fix all water heater problems including gas, electric, tank and tankless water heaters.
From hot water that gives off an odor to a complete lack of hot water, you can rely on Service Legends for water heater repairs in the Des Moines area. Our plumbing team will do everything to ensure your water heater lasts as long as it is rated for, and is as efficient as possible to keep your energy costs low.
We will send a licensed and insured plumber to your home to diagnose your water heater issue. Call Service Legends to keep your water heater running like new for years and ensure that it provides reliable, affordable hot water for the duration of its lifespan.
Water Leak Detection & Repairs
There is a large network of plumbing connections and pipes that serve your home. A leak can happen anywhere down the line at any time. Sometimes it’s due to old connections and sometimes it’s due to things like frozen pipes or tree roots growing too close to the plumbing.
Stop wasting water and costing yourself extra money on your water bill. Even the most menacing plumbing leak can lead to gallons of water loss on a monthly basis, leading to higher utility bills for you. We can find the cause of the leak as well as the exact location and then promptly repair the leak for you. Get professional help from a plumber who can fix the issue and get your plumbing back to normal in no time.
Sump Pump Repair
Springtime means rain and more rain for Iowans! It’s a good idea to invest in a sump pump so that when we are faced with inclement weather, we are prepared. Flooding is a very real hazard for homeowners throughout Central Iowa, and if your home is in a flood zone you could have a very serious problem on your hands.
One of the most common mistakes people make in regards to their sump pump is giving it too little attention. Regular preventive maintenance should be done on your sump pump to keep it in good operating condition. It is much wiser to schedule regular maintenance than just assuming it’s working fine and discover otherwise when it comes time to use it. If you do discover during maintenance or at any other time, that you are in need of sump pump repairs, our team is the one you can trust to do the job right.
Did You Know?
Des Moines residents can save on a new sump pump system installation (only new installs). Called the “Private Property Protection” program.
The City will reimburse 100% of the cost to property owners who meet the program requirements. The maximum subsidy amount is $1,500. The reimbursement will be paid to the property owner.
A toilet that won’t stop running and is costing you money is wasted water is no laughing matter. There are many websites and YouTube videos that offer instructions for DIY toilet repair, however, when it comes to your home’s plumbing projects, trust the experts at Service Legends to handle what can often be a messy and complicated job.
Just give us a call, and our Des Moines plumbing service technicians will flush your toilet problems away. We can take care of all your toilet problems, whether your toilet is overflowing, making weird noises, or you need a new toilet installed.
Bath / Shower Repairs
Have a bath or shower that’s in need of repair or replacement? Call your Home Comfort Heroes at Service Legends! Our repair diagnostic is just $99 or free if you make the repair with us.
Faucet / Sink Repairs
Have a leaky faucet or cracked fixture? Repairs can be completed for as little as $200 and our diagnostic fee of $99 is always waived when you repair with us.
Garbage Disposal Repairs
There are actually a lot of things that can go wrong with garbage disposals. That’s partly due to the fact that people put things in there that should go in a trashcan. Or, in many cases, things fall into the garbage disposal that doesn’t belong there. Our team can take care of that for you.
We can’t get started until you give us a call. Let our plumbing pros carry out an inspection of your garbage disposal in order to make sure it is working the way it should. And if something is wrong we can go ahead and take care of that for you. For all of your Des Moines garbage disposal-related repairs, you can count on us to get the repair done right the first time, every time.
You shouldn’t take a bath on bathroom repairs.
Let Service Legends flush your troubles down the drain. When you work with the team at Service Legends, you don’t have to worry about contracting out various different plumbing jobs to different contractors. Give us a call today to learn more about the comprehensive plumbing repairs and services we have to offer.
A sump pump is your home’s last line of defense against flood damage. That makes it one of the most important pieces of plumbing equipment in your home.
Obviously, nobody likes waking up to a basement full of water. If you live in an area with heavy rainfall, a sump pump can be a godsend. But what happens when your trusty ol’ pump stops working? When it’s time for a replacement, it’s important to know what you’re getting into, cost-wise.
If your sump pump has been damaged or fallen into disrepair, your Home Comfort Heroes at Service Legends can help. We can repair, maintain or replace and install any sump pump on the market, and most repairs take just one visit to your home to complete.
Water heaters work hard to provide hot water to your home’s taps and appliances. The minerals in the Des Moines area’s hard water can create sediment buildup that can wreak havoc on your plumbing fixture’s performance.
If you’re experiencing water heating issues or aren’t sure when your system was last checked, contact Service Legends for a check-up, repair, replacement or installation. With hundreds of parts in stock, what we call our “warehouse on wheels,” we’re ready to provide quick, friendly, and professional service to get your water heater back up and running. Whether you have an electric or gas water heater, we’ve got you covered.
Tanks or no tanks?
Traditional tank water heaters heat and store large amounts of water. They’re significantly less expensive but more costly in operation. Tankless water heaters instantly heat water on demand, making them much more efficient and they’re space-saving – meaning with no tank, they take up less space than traditional hot water heaters with a tank. While tankless water heaters cost more upfront, you’ll enjoy cheaper energy bills in the long run, and they last about twice as long too.
So, if your water heater has you in a hot mess, give us a call today.
Service Legends is the easy solution for hard water. Here’s what you need to know. The Des Moines area’s water is hard, and that means higher concentrations of calcium and magnesium which create water spots and residue you can see and feel. When your home has hard water, you need more soap or detergent to get things clean. Plus, the minerals can build up residue in your home’s water heater raising heating costs, reducing the efficiency of electric water heaters, and clogging pipes.
There are two ways to treat hard water: water softeners and water filtration. Many of our customers opt for both. Here’s why.
A water softener is simply a hard water filter that removes calcium and magnesium minerals that are the causes of hard water. By eliminating excess calcium and magnesium from water, softeners can boost the efficiency of your water-using appliances and help you save on cleaning supplies. Not only are you likely to see cleaner dishes and coffee pots, but your whole family may see less-irritated, more-hydrated skin and hair as well.
Water softeners use salt to modify the properties of water removing those hardness ions or changing the way that they interact with surfaces. In contrast, water filtration systems can use any of several methods to make water cleaner and safer depending on the contaminants being filtered.
Water Filtration System
Water filters provide better-tasting, cleaner water by removing a wider array of contaminants like dirt, sand, sediment, fluoride, pesticides, iron, sulfur, and chlorine. A drinking-water filtration system like a reverse-osmosis system reduces issues like dissolved solids and contaminants in your drinking water. Many water treatment systems use multi-stage filtration to first remove sediment and then filter out other contaminants, including chlorine, that affect water taste and quality.
A whole-home filtration system addresses water quality and water flow throughout your entire home. These systems are designed to reduce sediment, chlorine, and other contaminants, leaving you with cleaner, safer, fresher-tasting water and decreasing acidity in water that can corrode plumbing fixtures and appliances.
Not sure if you need a water softener or water filtration system for your home or both? Contact one of our legendary plumbing specialists at Service Legends today for a free consultation.
Service Legends is committed to handling all your PEX piping and copper piping requests with the highest level of quality and professionalism. Fully licensed and insured to get the job done, the trained team also employs the latest technologies. This provides us with the ability to tackle every job promptly and proficiently.
We’re Water Flow Pros
These are the primary reasons our customers opted for a whole-house repipe:
Pipe & Slab Leaks
Have you had water leaks? If you suspect you have leaking pipes, or if you’ve been told you have a leak, you may have heard the term “slab leak” and “pinhold leak.” When we repipe a home after a slab leak has been identified, we route new piping through ceilings, attics, and walls; bypassing the slabs.
We’re water flow pros. You’ll never have to worry about a slab-leak again. Complete repipes are guaranteed for life at Service Legends and will give you peace of mind against water leaks.
Concerns about your old piping? A whole-house repipe is often more affordable than you think. In certain neighborhoods, many of our customers are very familiar with the term ‘repipe’ from friends and neighbors that have already had their home repiped, even though they themselves have not yet experienced any repipe symptoms within their home pipes.
It is common that homes in the same neighborhood will have similar piping: and failures can happen in clusters across many nearby homes over a relatively short time period.
When old (or inferior) pipes fail and cause leaks- the damage can be considerably more expensive than a repipe. Particularly if the leak occurs when no one is home, or if it’s a slow leak that causes significant damage before being noticed (this is a common cause of homes needing very expensive mold remediation).
Low Water Pressure
It can be extremely frustrating rinsing the shampoo out of your hair under a trickling showerhead or waiting forever for a bathtub to fill up.
When low water pressure affects the whole home, it will take longer to wash your dishes, your clothes, and yourself.
There are numerous causes that can affect your home’s water pressure. Sometimes it can be your pressure regulator or a water meter valve partially closed. If mineral or rust buildup is clogging your pipes, a repipe may be your best solution.
However, the cause may also be due to clogged piping: particularly in the case of galvanized pipes. Pipes can develop interior corrosion and buildup which restricts water flow.
To counter the restricted water flow, sometimes homeowners (or plumbers) may increase the entry water pressure at their pressure regulator. This can eventually lead to leaks developing; turning what may have been just an inconvenience, into a source of very expensive damage.
Rusty Or Discolored Water
Rusty pipes are a common issue for homeowners. As faucets are turned on and off, causing the pressure inside the pipes to change repeatedly, it can cause loosened rust to dislodge from the pipe. This discolored water then makes its way through the water supply line into the bathroom and kitchen sinks, bathtubs, showers, and laundry room.
Galvanized pipes are also major culprits for dispensing rust-colored water. And in most cases, this is a systemic issue throughout home pipes. A repipe is usually the best solution for this problem when you have galvanized iron pipes.
How It Works?
Contact us to set up an initial consultation and free, no-obligation estimate. A professional plumber will visit your home to inspect and review your plumbing, discuss options, and provide you with a fixed-price quote. Upon acceptance of your quote, we will work with your schedule to find a day that works for you to perform your repipe. We will pull any required permits on your behalf. The actual repipe by your repiping team typically takes 1-2 days. We coordinate required inspection and permit sign-offs.
You can rely on our experienced and knowledgeable piping experts at Service Legends to give you a free, detailed, and honest estimate for the services you request. You’ll receive a warm and friendly greeting from our team members when you call for assistance.