Some plumbing issues are pretty obvious — your toilet is doing a good impression of Old Faithful or the bottom has just fallen out of your water heater. Maybe you’re surprised to discover the deep, dark waters of Lake Laundry Room in your basement. Some issues are more subtle — your water bill is growing bigger and you aren’t using any extra water.
So you want to do a project or a home repair yourself, and you are 95 percent confident that you know what you’re doing. We can help with the other 5 percent. If you’re a DIYer taking on something new or something sort of big plumbing-wise, you can call us for a little on-site coaching from an experienced professional.
Whatever your plumbing issue, call us. We’ll be there to help, fast. When you have a plumbing emergency you need calm, expert service, so who better to trust than the people who Make Water Work? We’ll diagnose the problem, explain your options and recommend the best remedy for your budget and for the long-term value of your home. So when water goes wrong, relax, grab the phone and call 503-624-4880. Help is on the way.
- Waterline Leaks
- Drain Line Leeks
- Clogged Toilets
- Drippy Faucets
- Water Heater Problems
- Flooded Basement
I consider myself very lucky to have had such a great experience with Bruner Plumbing. [They] came to the house within an hour of my call and while there wasn’t anything fun about having limited water over Labor Day weekend, they were at my house first thing on Tuesday – and the new pipe was in by lunch time and the water back on. After getting back to normal from my Labor Day plumbing experience, I had to call on Bruner Plumbing the day before Thanksgiving! I called and had expected to wait until at least the Friday after Thanksgiving or possibly later, but Ward made a point to come out Wednesday afternoon and fixed the leaking toilet. He told me he didn’t think it was fair to ask me to wait until after the holiday! How many people know a plumber like that? Everyone was a delight to work with and I would be happy to tell anyone who needs a plumber – these are your people!CAROL MCCARTHY