Calgary Plumbing Services

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Getting the job done right, and providing quality customer service throughout the process is of utmost importance to the 180 Plumbing & Heating team. We believe it’s important that we earn your trust and respect through our quality craftsmanship and reliability, which unfortunately is not standard among all of our competitors!

Contact us today and experience the 180 Plumbing & Heating difference!

180 Plumbing & Heating Specializes in Several Installation and Repair Plumbing Services

  • Basement Plumbing Rough In
  • Toilet Repairs or Replacement
  • Fix Water Pressure Issues
  • Leaky Faucet Repairs or Replacement
  • Sink Repairs or Replacement
  • Frozen Pipe Repairs
  • Water Filtration System Installation and Maintenance
  • Garburator and Dishwasher Installation
  • Sewage Pipe and Pump Repairs or Replacement

Full Scope of Plumbing Services

Plumbing Drips, Leaks, and Clogs

Whether you have a faucet dripping, a toilet running, or an unexpected water feature in your living room, 180 Plumbing & Heating can locate, assess and fix that water leak. Let’s keep your water inside your pipes, where it belongs! If your drains get clogged or obstructed we can help with that too.

Calgary Plumbing Fixture Upgrades

Feel free to go out and buy the fixture you like and we will come and install it, or we can help you choose and supply a great quality fixture that will last for years to come. Remember, not all products are created equal. The phrase, “you get what you pay for” is usually accurate, especially when dealing with plumbing fixtures.

Calgary Kitchen Plumbing

Do you have an old sink you have been yearning to upgrade or a major kitchen renovation in mind? From garburators to dishwashers, refrigerator water lines, and gas stove pipelines, 180 Plumbing & Heating can help you with all your kitchen plumbing needs.

Calgary Bathroom Plumbing

Your home bathrooms, ensuites, and powder rooms should be calm spaces for privacy and rejuvenation – free of headaches from leaky or dysfunctional fixtures. From small fixes to major projects, 180 Plumbing & Heating can help with your bathroom repairs and renovations. Plus, we can help you choose a water-efficient toilet or showerhead to help you cut down on your water bills at the same time.

Calgary Basement Plumbing Rough-In

Ready to finally get that basement plumbing roughed in? Or get a basement bathroom installed? Many clients have told us they love their new functional spaces and don’t know why they waited so long to do that basement reno. 180 Plumbing & Heating can quickly and affordably help you get your basement plumbing needs completed so you can finally have that additional bathroom, wash area, or wet bar.

Looking for a local, close-to-home solution?

180 Plumbing & Heating services all of Calgary and the surrounding areas, but our home base is in SE Calgary. We have many happy customers who use 180 Plumbing & Heating for their plumbing in Copperfield, Mckenzie Towne, Mahogany, Cranston, and New Brighton. Your neighbours might even be on our maintenance program! We look forward to working with you.

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Plumbing

How do you prevent pipes from freezing in Calgary?2022-03-07T23:42:02+00:00

Prevention is the most important strategy to avoid pipes from freezing. Properly winterizing your home is a good place to start. When it begins to get cold overnight in the fall months, make sure that water lines to outside faucets, pools, or water features are turned off and drained. Throughout the winter, ensure that your home does not get colder than 15°C, monitor your home for cold areas that might need more insulation or heating, and open sink cabinet doors that might isolate pipes from the heat. Ensure water is running regularly through your pipes, and if you are going away, arrange for someone to monitor your home for you and continue with preventative measures. It can also be a good idea to turn off your water and open a few faucets if you are going away for a week or more. There are few things you will need to consider before you do this. First, do you have a boiler that is doing any space heating? If you do, make sure it is a CLOSED system. An OPEN system could be tied into your municipal water and turning off the water could put your boiler system at risk. If you are unsure, don’t be afraid to ask. We can help advise you in the best course of action based on your equipment and situation.

What do you do when a pipe bursts?2022-03-07T23:41:43+00:00

First, switch off your main water supply. It’s a good idea to know where your shut-off valve is located in your home for emergencies. It’s typically in your basement near your water heater. If you think the leak might be reaching your fuse box or any electrical sockets, turn off your electricity as a precaution. Then drain your cold faucets, cold water taps, and flush toilets. Then turn off your hot water system and then drain your hot water taps. Once your immediate water situation is under control, call 180 Plumbing and Heating so we can assist you right away. Then you can begin removing valuables, cleaning up, and drying out affected areas of your home.

How can I avoid water damage in my home?2022-03-07T23:41:33+00:00

The best strategy to prevent a leak and water damage from happening is with regular monitoring and maintenance of your home’s plumbing fixtures and appliances. If you do notice a small leak or an appliance begins to malfunction, have it fixed right away before it gets more severe. 180 Plumbing & Heating offers a maintenance program to help monitor and upkeep your home plumbing and heating systems to ensure your home stays warm and dry.

How do you choose a new plumbing faucet?2022-03-07T23:40:52+00:00

Aside from any aesthetic factors you’re considering for your home, keep in mind that the price of a plumbing fixture usually does indicate the level of quality in the materials you can see on the exterior and the functioning components inside as well. Considering a higher-end faucet will typically be a better investment as it will last longer and need fewer repairs through its lifetime.