Household systems contain many vital parts. When something goes wrong with your plumbing, heating, or AC, call us. We work on these systems every day and will get yours up and running quickly. What services do we offer?
Many things can go wrong with the plumbing system in a home. Toilets overflow or the water pressure drops. This tends to happen when a person is in the middle of taking a shower, which is very frustrating. Regardless of what goes wrong with the plumbing in the home, LaVergne’s Plumbing is ready to help.
Slow-draining tubs and sinks are another common household problem, and many homeowners have had to deal with a toilet that continuously runs. However, certain problems require more investigation.
For example, when the water bill continues to climb with no accompanying increase in usage, the homeowner may wonder what is going on. They don’t know where to look for the leak that is leading to higher water bills.
LaVergne’s Plumbing offers a range of plumbing services designed to help homeowners address these problems and more. In addition, the team helps with the installation of new fixtures or the replacement of existing ones. Our team is ready to help homeowners with any plumbing problem they face, as no person should be without this essential household system for any length of time.
Sewers and Drains
When a problem arises within the sewer lines leading away from the home, call us. We use a specialized camera to follow this line from the home to the main sewer line to determine what the problem is and how best to fix it. In some cases, jetting will resolve the issue the homeowner is experiencing.
High-pressure water jetting involves the use of a high-speed stream of water to break through solid materials clogging a drain or sewer line. This cost-effective solution reduces the need to replace the sewer line and gets the wastewater flowing freely again. The water moves through a small hole in the jet nozzle to create the pressure required to break through the solid material.
LaVergne’s Plumbing and Heating has the tools needed to resolve any sewer issue. This includes pipe bursting machines, high-strength inner core cables, and more. Homeowners appreciate this alternative to trenching, and this serves as only one of several sewer service options available today.
Thanks to the cameras our team uses, additional problems with sewer lines in Lynden become readily apparent. For instance, the camera allows us to detect a belly in a sewer line that is leading to the clog and more.
Request a camera inspection of your sewer lines today to detect minor issues before they become major problems. Furthermore, we assist with well pump repair for those homes that receive water this way.
Although regular maintenance helps to extend the lifespan of a water heater, homeowners must know these devices rarely last longer than 15 years. The average lifespan of these units is seven to ten years. Homeowners shouldn’t despair, however, as they now have more options when the time comes to replace this essential household appliance.
Homeowners may choose between gas and electric units and now have the option of a tankless water heater. What is this device and how does it differ from conventional units?
A tankless water heater heats water on demand rather than storing it in a tank. When heated water sits in a tank for a period, it cools. This leads to higher energy bills because more water must be heated when the home needs it.
The tankless units take up less space in the home and last longer than their traditional tank siblings. The average tankless unit lasts 20 years or more, so homeowners should always consider this option when the time comes to replace the water heater in the home. However, we also supply tank water heaters when this is what the homeowner desires.
January is the coldest month in Lynden, Washington. The thermostat drops to around 34 degrees during this month. When that happens, the homeowner turns the heat on. If the heater doesn’t respond as expected, call LaVergne’s Plumbing and Heating for a heating repair.
Thanks to advances in heating technology, a person can heat their home for less even when the temperature drops. The occupants of the home remain comfortable indoors and can enjoy the time they spend together.
Our team assists clients when the pilot light goes out on the furnace and they cannot relight it. The technician inspects the system to ensure other problems aren’t contributing to the pilot light issue. They also assist homeowners with clogged or dirty filters, a faulty thermostat, or fuel not reaching the system.
We service boilers, furnaces, heat pumps, and more. In addition, we offer duct cleaning and gas and electric conversions. All you need to do is ask, and our team will go to work to handle your heating issues, regardless of what they are.
Very few things frustrate a homeowner as much as turning the AC on when the temperature climbs only to find the home doesn’t cool as expected. Many things go wrong with an HVAC system, and our team knows how to handle them all. Capacitors go bad or the system may develop a refrigerant leak. We can fix these problems.
If the home feels more humid than normal, a clogged condensate drain line could be to blame. We clean these lines to ensure the water is removed properly, and we help homeowners when the blower motor fails.
These serve as only a few of countless problems that could go wrong with a household air conditioner, and we resolve them all. Call us and we’ll send someone out to find the problem and fix it.
Call LaVergne’s Plumbing and Heating for help with your household systems. We offer same-day service and a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. Our trained technicians help customers throughout the Lynden area, as our company has been doing since 1951. They remain on call around the clock to help you when needed, so don’t hesitate to reach out. We cannot wait to help you resolve your household system problem so you can move forward with life knowing the problem has been resolved.