Plumbing Maintenance Plans
Enjoy peace of mind and save money with Sila’s Plumbing Maintenance Plan. It includes a whole-home plumbing safety inspection, leak check and drain maintenance, as well as priority service. You’ll also get 10% off replacement parts, service calls, and 24/7 emergency service, and $100 off dispatch fee. Rest easy knowing that Sila has your home’s plumbing system protected all year long.
Plumbing Replacements and Installations
Time to replace your kitchen or bathroom fixtures? From fixture upgrades to bathtub and toilet installations, trust Sila’s plumbing professionals to do the job right the first time. Expect prompt, reliable, expert service from Sila, with your satisfaction 100% guaranteed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Pinhole leaks are unique to copper piping. Caused by corrosion, pinhole leaks are tiny holes that develop over time and can be a sign of systematic plumbing failure. Get a better understanding of the cause of pinhole leaks and how to prevent them, as well as recommendations on if and when it’s appropriate to replace your copper piping.
The average life expectancy of sump pumps is 10 years. Learn the 4 signs that your sump pump needs repair and find maintenance tips to keep yours operating effectively as long as possible.
Yes, sump pumps are invaluable when you need them, but they often sit for months without use. By performing simple routine care and sump pump maintenance you can keep yours in tip-top shape so it is ready to bail you out when you need it most.
Run-on toilets are a sign that something is not operating properly. The cause can be a problem with the tankball, the ballcock, intake valve, or the floatball. Our licensed plumbers can help get your toilet repaired and reduce excessive use of water.
Many factors can contribute. Issues we most often encounter are old and aging pipes, pipe corrosion, calcification, scale and tree roots. Our video inspection is critical to identifying the issue and fixing it the first time.
Coffee grounds may seem harmless, but they are actually one of the worst things to put down the drain. Read about other things that are unsafe to pour down the drain, as well as how to properly clean and maintain your garbage disposal.