Our plumbers are the best in town and have extensive training and experience addressing hundreds of issues Tulsans face in their homes, including:
- Clogged toilets and sinks
- Floor drains backing up
- Washer lines backing up
- Standard water tank repairs or replacement
- Tankless water heater repair or replacement
- Leaking faucets
- Whole home inspections
Plumbing Leak Detection
No matter how well they were installed, water and gas lines eventually wear out and start to leak. When they do, we’re standing by to help. Our plumbers use advanced electronic equipment to pinpoint the problem and repair the leak before it causes further damage to your home.
Clogged Pipes and Drains
Have you noticed your sink bathtub taking longer to drain than normal? Maybe you’ve experienced more than the occasional clogged toilet? If you’ve experienced either of these problems, you probably have at least partially clogged drainpipes. Although a clogged drainpipe seems like a mere nuisance you could solve with a bottle of chemical drain pipe opener, they can actually turn into a significant problem.
Clogged or slow-moving drains can be caused by hair, grease, food waste, soap residue and other organic matter building up in your pipes. It can also be caused by roots from nearby trees growing into your sewer lines, or by a collapsed sewer pipe. This problem is especially common in Tulsa’s older homes, many of which utilize clay drainpipes.
Our licensed technicians run a tiny camera down your pipes and sewer lines to diagnose the problem, and in most cases use a snake or auger to break through the clog and clear the pipe and have you back in action in no time.
Slab Leak Repair
Most new homes in Tulsa are built on a slab-type foundation—a large concrete pad through which all of the plumbing for your home is run during construction.
Unfortunately, Oklahoma’s erratic weather and constantly shifting soil is hard on concrete slab foundations and the pipes running through them. Even more, unfortunately, leaks within or underneath a home’s foundation can be difficult to detect. Here are a few signs you may be experiencing a slab leak:
- Puddles of water around the outside of your house
- Hearing the sound of trickling or running water when all your faucets are turned off
- A higher than normal monthly water bill
Water Line Repairs
It’s not uncommon for our customers to experience problems with the water line that connects their home to the city water supply. Although issues with this underground pipe can be difficult to pinpoint, there are a few key signs to look for:
- Puddles or saturated ground in your front yard
- Lower-than-normal water pressure in your home
- Sudden increases in your water bill
Although many people assume the city is responsible for repairs to their water line, this is only true once it leaves your property. If you’re experiencing problems with your water line, the experts at Airco Service can help you diagnose and solve the issue in the quickest, most cost-effective way possible.