From the bathtub to the shower, the toilet to the faucet fixture, the Phoenix plumbers at C. Slany Plumbing can handle every detail of your bathroom. Believe it or not, the bathroom is one of the most visited rooms in the house, and if there is a slow leak or a corroded bathroom fixture, it could quickly lead to water damage. Water damage in the bathroom is a Phoenix plumber’s number one concern when receiving a bathroom leak call. From simple line repairs to full bathroom remodels, if you hear a leak or see signs of water in the walls, don’t wait to call a professional Phoenix plumber.
Our experienced Phoenix plumbers will arrive on time and get the job done for a reasonable price.
Shower Fixtures – Your showerhead can literally turn your shower into a resort-style oasis or a gym stall. Whether you have multiple shower heads in your bathroom retreat, or one showerhead that does all the work, it’s important that these are installed correctly to avoid leaks and water damage in the wall behind the shower tile. Let C. Slany Plumbing techs come out and make sure your showerheads aren’t leaking more water than you can afford to pay for. A water-saving showerhead can save you hundreds in your water bill, but a slow leak can literally drain your budget.
Faucet Fixtures – Just as with the showerheads, the faucets can either save you money or break the bank. A slow drip is not only annoying, it is costing you money. Let the Phoenix plumbing professionals at C. Slany Plumbing fix the leak, or replace your faucet entirely!
Sink – With so many sink options to choose from these days, it’s important that you understand what will work best for not only your budget, but your bathroom space and style. With over 20 years of experience in custom home building, C. Slany Plumbing professionals can help you determine the best bathroom sink for your budget.
Toilets – We use them, but we don’t much like the maintenance involved with toilets. But the toilet is the most important part of your bathroom. There are quite a few reasons why your Phoenix toilet might not be working, and sometimes it can be difficult to determine exactly where the problem is coming from. That’s why it’s important to call in a Phoenix plumber. The problem could be as simple as a stuck chain, a broken chain, or a ball float that is not working properly. In many cases you can run down to your local Phoenix hardware store and ask the sales floor clerk for a new float and chain. If this doesn’t do the trick, give C. Slany Plumbing a call!