Serving the Park City area.
1.Silver Mountain Plumbing
910 Silver Sage Dr
PlumbersHome ImprovementsHome Repair & MaintenanceBathroom Remodeling
Specialize in:* Residential Plumbing* Water Heaters* Water Softeners & much more!Locally Owned & Operated*FREE ESTIMATES*
2.All Star Plumbing Service & Repair
PlumbersHeating Contractors & SpecialtiesAir Conditioning Contractors & SystemsAir Conditioning Service & Repair
awesome service quick responsevery professional fair pricedwould refer friends and familythese guys did a great job
3.Black Diamond Experts
2870 South 300 West
Salt Lake City,UT
PlumbersElectric CompaniesHeating Contractors & SpecialtiesAir Conditioning Equipment & Systems
Kyle came out to give me an estimate on a lot of work needing to be done on my nearly 100 year old home. He gave us really fair pricing that beat out other bids. When he and Josh showed up to do the
4.Pond's Plumbing Heating & Air
189 N Highway 89
North Salt Lake,UT
PlumbersHeating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning EngineersBuilding Contractors-Commercial & IndustrialFurnaces-Heating
After having another horrible company (Whipple) come for a service, we needed a second opinion. They could and did actually fix the problem, unlike the other company that wanted to charge us $4500 to
5.BKV Plumbing & Mechanical
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Called to fix my toilet flushing that was acting weirder and weirder since a couple days ago. I figured it was something to do with plumbing, or maybe the septic tank (which worried me), but it wasn't
7.Mr. Expert Plumbing
PlumbersWater Softening & Conditioning Equipment & ServiceBathroom RemodelingWater Heaters
We had a water leak in our house which caused our basement to flood. I called Mr. Expert and within 30 minutes Nicolas Castro was at the house ready to explore where the problem was. Nicolas was very
Silver Mountain Plumbing
910 Silver Sage Dr, Park City, UT, 84098
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- Before calling a plumber, try to unclog your drains and toilets yourself by using a plunger.
- Make sure you use a standard bell-shaped plunger for your sink and shower drains and a plunger with a flanged end for your toilets.
- If neither type can loosen the pipe blockage, put a plumber's snake to use.
- Ratchet the snake down the pipe to eliminate any clogs.