General Plumbing offers many plumbing services in the Memphis area. We know how important it is to maintain your home’s plumbing systems. Plumbing emergencies can happen at anytime, General Plumbing offers emergency service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Backflow prevention devices are used to protect the water supplies from contamination and pollution. Irrigation backflow devices are designed for installation on potable water lines to protect against both back-siphonage and back pressure of contaminated water into the potable water supply. Backflow assemblies provide protection where potential health hazards exist.
Backflow testing is important especially when Shelby County requires it to be done on an annual basis. Many of our customers ask why it’s required of them to repeat this process annually. It is important to prevent backflow to maintain high quality water and keep contaminants and pollution out. General Plumbing employs certified and licensed backflow prevention specialist who perform the backflow testing required. We take the hassle away from you. All required paperwork is completed and sent to MLG&W on the customer’s behalf.
A drain cleaner is a chemical based consumer product that unblocks sewer pipes or helps to prevent the occurrence of clogged drains. The term may also refer to the individual who uses performs the activity with chemical drain cleaners or devices known as plumber’s snake. When you trust General Plumbing, your plumbing and drain problems are solved—fast! We are licensed and insured, and our uniformed and badged technicians drive General Plumbing vehicles that are fully-stocked with necessary equipment and tools.
With General Plumbing as your fast and friendly plumber, we’re here to help with emergency service, 24/7, at your home or business. Nights, weekends and even on holidays, you will be greeted by one of our customer service representatives who can schedule an appointment to meet your needs. If it is an emergency, we’ll dispatch an expert plumbing technician to your home immediately!
Faucets can be leaky or just stop working altogether. Our trained technicians can replace faucets in your kitchen, bathroom, laundry room or wet bar. We work with all types of faucets even if it is custom. If you have questions regarding faucet repair or faucet replacement, call us at 901-759-2000.
Gas Piping is important in your Memphis area home because it provides gas to your gas appliances. We run and repair gas to your Water Heaters, Outdoor Kitchens, Generators, Fire Places, etc. If you are having a gas piping problem, call General Plumbing and we can come out and repair or replace the gas pipe. If you encounter the smell of gas near a natural gas appliance, turn the gas off at the shut off valve and call a professional to look at the appliance. At General Plumbing we also perform Gas Pressure Test.
Because every gas project is a little different, every pressure test must be a little different. To provide the customized pressure testing services gas companies need, General Plumbing has developed its pressure testing facility with outstanding flexibility in mind. We can provide pressure testing 24/7.
If your home has an existing masonry or metal fireplace, there are easy and attractive ways to spark new life into it. Gas fireplace inserts fit into almost any traditional fireplace opening to instantly transform it into a warm and entertaining centerpiece. Gas inserts can transform an existing traditional masonry fireplace into a beautiful and efficient heat source.
If you need to have a hose bib, repaired or installed, we’re the company to call. Our well-trained, licensed plumbers will perform the work quickly, correctly and they’ll do it affordably.
We can handle any issue from installing a simple washer to stopping complex, hard-to-find leaks. Some common problems we see are leaks that happen when the shut-off valve doesn’t work properly and the breaking of the handle due to rust, corrosion or simple neglect. A handle breaking is especially tough to deal with when it happens while the water is on. A third, common problem with outdoor faucets in our area is freezing that damages hose bibs.
Like bathroom remodeling, kitchen remodeling can be quite a task. Always employ a licensed and insured plumber during this process. There is so much involvement with the water and plumbing system in your kitchen area. Some of the services involved with your kitchen remodel are: installation of water lines to your refrigerator, installing garbage disposal, installing faucets and sinks, refrigerator and ice maker hook-ups, installation of dishwashers and much more.
Many homeowners are unaware that they are responsible for maintenance of the utility lines on their property. When the water or sewer line fails unexpectedly, the repair can cost thousands of dollars out-of-pocket. General Plumbing has created a warranty program that protects your budget and time.
Sump Pumps help can keep water out of your Memphis area home, and when they fail, it could cause major damage especially in the basement. Because of the costly consequences of a malfunctioning sump pump, it’s best to have sump pump installation done by a professional. It is important to make sure that your sump pump is working properly especially before a wet Memphis spring.
Does your toilet need two flushes to get all the waste down? Is it making noise all night long? Do you have frequent stoppages? Do you see water leaking into toilet bowl? Are there ugly stains at the bottom of the toilet? Can you rock in your toilet? We offer variety of options for those problems. We will repair it but if the repair does not hold up then replacement may be necessary. Toilets can cause a lot more problems than you can imagine and your floor can rot out if the toilet repair is not done promptly.
Is there a sudden increase in your recent water bill? If yes, that could be due to water leaks in your home’s water system connection. It can be due to faulty fixtures or old piping system that needs to replaced or repaired. In fact, you are not alone in this dilemma since most homeowners are also prone to this problem. Research shows that a typical home can lose around 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water per year due to leaks.