Pinellas Plumbing Services
State-of-the-art technology and an exceptional level of industry skills gives the licensed, insured, and highly trained plumbers at iHome Services everything they need to deliver professional plumbing services that guarantee the comfort, safety, and security of your home. At iHome Services, we believe that our company has what it takes to provide quality plumbing support for home and business owners throughout Pinellas and its surrounding counties. We offer a complete portfolio of plumbing services along with plumbers who understand the importance of your plumbing needs.
Residential Plumbing Services
Any plumbing problem, anytime! Our experienced Pinellas plumber is standing by ready to help with drain clogs, leaks, and repairs of all kinds.
The perfect temperature for that long-awaited hot shower is at your fingertips. Call us for water heater repairs, maintenance, and upgrades.
No one likes a badly clogged drain, especially when they are preparing to shower, brush their teeth or do the laundry. Let us help!
Let our video cameras save you the trouble of finding problems with your below-surface pipes- quickly, easily, and without any mess!
If it’s a plumbing emergency, our experienced service guys are only minutes away. Burst pipes, running toilet, or no water at all – we’ll fix it fast!
Commercial Plumbing Services
If your business is facing a serious plumbing issue, you’ll want the services of certified plumbers who have the experience needed to get the job done fast and cost-effectively. Our Pinellas plumbers have a comprehensive background in all types of office, restaurant, and boiler maintenance issues, repairs, and replacements. They’ve helped iHome Services earn our reputation as an honest, dependable company offering superior plumbing services to all of its commercial and residential customers. Put your trust in iHome Services today.
Simple and in-depth boiler repairs are our specialty. If your boiler is acting up, put it in its place now with dependable service repair.
A problem with your office plumbing affects your business and your employees. Don’t wish it away! Call us now, and we’ll fix the problem.
Whether you have a chain of restaurants or a single eatery, our plumbers deliver reputable work with fast, efficient results.
Frequently Asked Questions
Regular maintenance helps protect your water heater from breakdowns and prevents the buildup of mineral deposits that can shorten the device’s lifespan or interfere with the production of hot water. If you use a hot water heater with a tank, you should flush out and refill the tank every four months to remove sediments. Remember to turn off the unit’s power and water before flushing the tank. You should also opt for professional maintenance and service for your water heater at least once a year. Opt for maintenance twice a year if you live in an area with very hard water.
A hot water heater that consistently produces water that is too hot can pose a serious safety risk, especially if you live in a household with small children. If your water is too hot, check the water heater’s thermostat first and see if it needs to be turned down. If the thermostat is at an acceptable level and the emergency shut off switch hasn’t been tripped, it’s time to call a plumber. It’s likely that your water heater’s thermostat is faulty.
If your water heater isn’t producing water warm enough for your hygiene or household needs, check the thermostat. Consult your owner’s manual if you’re unsure of where the thermostat is located or how to change temperature settings. Try turning the thermostat up slightly to see if that corrects the problem. If your water still isn’t hot enough, call a plumber. You may need to have your water heater cleaned or it may be time to replace its heating coil.
Depending on the type of faucet that you have, you should first try replacing either the washers or O rings. Check the box that the faucet came in or ask your plumber to determine the type of device with which you’re working. Working from a diagram of the faucet, carefully remove all parts and lay them out until you reach the washers or O rings. After cleaning your faucet’s components with vinegar to get rid of mineral deposits, reassemble the faucet with the new O rings or washers. If the sink continue to leak after you’ve replaced these components, you may need to call a plumber for help.
If your toilet won’t fill completely, check the float in the toilet tank. If the float arm has become bent, the ball may be stopping water from entering the tank prematurely. Adjust the float and make sure that the water valve for the toilet is completely open. If this doesn’t fix the problem, call a plumber to help.
A leaky faucet can be annoying and can cause major water waste, driving up your bills and harming the environment. If you’re plagued by a leaky faucet, there are some steps you can take to correct the problem on your own. Remember that you should turn off the water under the sink before attempting any faucet repairs. You should also close the sink’s stopper or cover it with a towel to catch any parts that are dropped or fall. If you’d like, you can wrap your wrench’s pincers in duct tape so that you don’t scratch sink fixtures.
Tree roots can invade your plumbing system and cause major problems. If you find roots in or around your drains and pipes, it is essential that they be removed as quickly as possible. While you may be able to combat roots with chemicals that cause them to die over time, it’s better to ask a professional plumber to complete pipelining. This modification will eliminate roots from pipes and prevent them from causing problems again.
Get in Touch
We always love to hear from our customers. Feel free to drop in or contact us during our business hours.
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday Emergency Services Only
Sunday Emergency Services Only
Address 12401 62nd St #201, Largo, FL 33773
Phone (727) 410-3714 | Fax: 727.541.3840