- Sump Pumps
- Gas Line
- Backflow Prevention and Testing
- Stack Replacement
Kitchen & Bathroom Fixtures
- Water Treatment Systems
Remodeling and Water Heater Services in Florissant, MO
A remodeling of your kitchen or bathroom can have a transformative effect: making your Florissant, MO home feel brand new for a fraction of the cost. The same principle holds true for appliances like the water heater, though the effects are less aesthetic and more practical.
Regardless of the need, you want experienced plumbers at the top of their game on your side. Here at Performance Plumbing, we serve homes and businesses throughout Florissant, MO: with trained and experienced team members armed with stocked vans for fast and effective service. Call us today!
Need New Plumbing? Call the Experts
If you’re looking at a new piece of plumbing in your home or business here in Florissant, MO, you don’t want to trust just anyone with the project. Piping needs to be laid down in an efficient and effective way, and new outlets need to be able to do their jobs without leaking or other issues.
Our experienced team at Performance Plumbing is trained, licensed and background checked to be ready for anything you may need. Call us today!
Plumbing Repair Services are Just a Phone Call Away
If your plumbing needs attention here in Florissant, MO, you need to trust whoever’s on the other end of the telephone to arrive quickly and do the job without fuss. More importantly, they need to perform operations the right way so the problem doesn’t come back to bite you. Our trained team is ready when you are and we’re available for emergency calls too!
We Perform Sink and Faucet Replacement Services
If you have a cracked or damaged sink or faucet, or even if it works just fine but you’re not certain you like the look of it anymore, you can schedule a replacement session to put in a new one.
The operation is very simple, but in most cases, you need a professional plumber to do the job. Licensed pros like our team can go over your options with you and explain the steps involved, then perform the replacement with care and attention to detail.
Shut Off the Water to Your Bathroom Plumbing When You Spot a Problem
A large number of plumbing problems take place in the bathroom, which contain multiple outlets such as the toilets, sinks and showers that all see daily use. When trouble arises it can be hugely disruptive to the basic tasks of daily life.
The first thing you should do when you spot a leak or similar problem in the bathroom is shut the water off to prevent the damage from spreading. Then call in our trained team to get the issue corrected!
Spot the Signs of Trouble with Your Water Heater
Signs of trouble in your water heater should never be lightly dismissed, since they probably indicate a problem that has gone on for some time. They can include, but are not limited to:
- Gurgling noises or similar odd sounds coming from your tank.
- Water that isn’t as hot as you expect, or which doesn’t stay hot as long.
- Water bills that are higher than you expect.
- Puddles forming around the base of the water heater.
Repairs on Tank Water Heaters Can’t Wait
If you notice signs of a problem with your tank water heater, it’s essential to move quickly. Most water heater issues are already quite advanced by the time signs start appearing, and the sooner you can address them, the less chances of a more serious repair – or even a replacement – you’ll be risking.
Tankless Water Heaters Benefit from Professional Service
A tankless water heater can be a huge benefit to your home, but it needs care and attention just like any other appliance. And you want to entrust it to a service that knows the ins and out of your model specifically, not one without experience in tankless water heaters that tries to wing it.
We Handle Water Leaks Quickly
The more a water leak continues, the more damage it’s apt to cause, as the water spreads further and further and affects more parts of your home. The moment you know there’s a leak, shut off the flow of water before you do anything else. That will prevent the damage from growing worse. Then call in a plumber to treat the problem.