RESIDENTIAL


RESIDENTIAL PLUMBING SERVICES
FOR WINSTON-SALEM, NC & THE SURROUNDING AREA

Your home plumbing system is one of the most vitally important utilities in your home and consequently can cause major property damage, mold, or high-water bills if not maintained properly. According to Moen, you are 5 times more likely to experience property damage due to water damage then theft.

Our technicians at Enduric Plumbing Services Inc. are trained to spot issues and offer options to repair these systems so that you may have the peace of mind that comes with a well-maintained home plumbing system. Whether you are experiencing an issue within your bathroom plumbing or kitchen plumbing, we have the experience and equipment available to help you.

Here at Enduric we believe in quality work that will endure the test of time. We strive to make sure your home is cleaner than when we started. Our workspaces are protected to prevent any damage, we wear shoe covers and use tool mats when working in your home.

We present you options with pricing upfront. Before any repairs are started you know exactly what your bill will include. Our technicians are trained in new systems that work more efficiently and can save on utility bills and will present these options so that you can make an informed decision that will best suit your desires and budget.

We strive to install everything as neatly as possible regardless if the plumbing is visible when we are complete. Call our experienced team today for water line repair, sewer line repair, water heater installation, and more. We provide residential plumbing services for the greater Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem & Kernersville, NC community.

 
 

We warranty our work and guarantee your peace of mind.

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Residential Plumbing Services:

Installation:

  • Customized Multiple Shower Heads, Body sprayers, Digital Controls
  • Dishwasher
  • Faucets
  • Garbage disposals
  • Gas Appliances
  • Sinks
  • Sump Pump, Grinder Pump
  • Toilets
  • Tubs showers
  • Water Heater: Hybrid Electric, Standard, Tankless
  • Water Softeners and Filtration Systems

Remodels / Additions:

  • Bathroom
  • Historical Renovations
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • New Construction
  • Outdoor Water Features

Maintenance / Repair / Replacement:

  • Code Upgrades
  • Gas Lines
  • Home Plumbing Inspections
  • Sewer Lines
  • Tankless Water Heater Service
  • Tubs and Showers
  • Water Filter Replacement
  • Water Heater Flushing
  • Water Lines
  • Water Softener Service

Diagnostics:

  • Gas Leak Detection
  • High Water Bill
  • Low Water Pressure
  • No or intermittent hot water
  • Sewer backup, Videos
  • Sewer Odors

What you should know about your home:

1. Where is your water main shut off valve? Is it easily accessible in the event of an emergency and does it work correctly?
If you do not know where your main water shut off is we can find it, service the valve to make sure it works in the event that it is needed, and show you how to use it.

2. What is the water pressure in your home?
Water pressure in your home should be no higher than 80 psi (pounds per square inch). In most homes there is a pressure reducing valve after your main shut off valve that prevents the pressure from rising above this threshold. When these valves fail it can cause the pressure in your home to rise well above 100 psi and can blow out supply lines, water heaters and cause toilets and faucets to run and leak. Have us check your water pressure and service your pressure reducing valve to make sure your home is less prone to leaks and floods.

3. How to turn off a toilet or faucet?
According to 2018 NC plumbing code all fixtures are to have individual shut off valves. Check your kitchen sink, bathroom sinks, toilets and other fixtures, if the handles are too hard to turn or do not shut the water off all the way, the stop valves need to be repaired or replaced. These small valves are important, if there is an issue with a sink or toilet and the stop valve does not work you will have to shut off the water to your home causing a major inconvenience.

4. Have you checked your fixture supply lines?
According to the department of insurance the most common source of water damage is a ruptured supply line, most often on a washing machine or refrigerator ice maker. Supply lines are the small pipes that feed water into your faucets, toilets, refrigerators and washing machines. Have us replace them with new quality braided stainless-steel supply lines or hard decorative copper supply lines.

5. Have you checked your crawlspace for excess moisture?
Some homes are built on a crawlspace. Most of us avoid this space of our homes. This area is predominantly used for running all the drainage and water framework for your home. A leak or issue in this area can go easily unnoticed causing extensive and costly damage. If you have a crawl space have us inspect this space for water damage and leaks. A common indication of an issue in your crawl space can be a musty smell, higher than normal humidity in your home, floors buckling and more.

6. Have you changed your water filter or serviced your water softener?
Let the experts at Enduric Plumbing Services Inc. service your water filtration system whether it be a small reverse osmosis system to a full home water softener system. We would also be happy to teach you how your water softener and/or filtration system works so that you can save money by servicing these systems yourself.

7. Is your sewer system and water piping in good shape? Worried about future issues?
We can perform thorough inspections of your plumbing system. We can visually inspect your plumbing system and determine the likelihood of an issue and recommend repair options. Our equipment has the newest technology to video the entire sewer system and pinpoint any issues that could cause backups and sewage leaking into the ground in your yard or under your home.