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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Reliable Plumbing At Affordable Prices With Excellent Service

Relaible Plumbing At Affordable Prices With Excellent Service
Two great reasons to use Spartan Plumbing, the plumbing professionals in the Medford area are

1. Satisfaction Guarantee
Our friendly and educated plumbers will diagnose the issue(s) and provide a complete resolution. All of our work, your repairs or installations,  are backed with a customer satisfaction guarantee. 

2. Convenience
Our service professionals work around your schedule - when you tell us a time, we'll be there. Spartan Plumbing is a licensed and bonded plumber in Oregon.  Call for our services, and you'll see why our customer's often say, "I'm very happy with your work and the professional way you conduct yourself in our home."

Trust the experienced plumbers at Spartan Plumbing for any plumbing need you have. Turn to us for any residential or commercial plumbing repair or upgrade of existing systems. We'll take care of it quickly. We offer affordable rates on top-notch workmanship in the Rogue Valley area. Whether you have a leaky faucet or need a new water heater, we're the team to call.

Same-day appointments may be available in most cases.

Get a FREE plumbing estimate: 541-500-1787.

We rely on word-of-mouth promotion.  We’re happy to provide references to you on your request.
  • Sewer and drain cleaning
  • High-pressure water jetting
  • Plumbing fixtures installation
    Toilet, shower, sink, and tub replacement
  • Bathroom remodeling
  • Frozen pipe thawing
  • Sump pump replacement
  • Water heaters
  • Tankless water heaters
  • Gas line repairs

Friday, December 11, 2015

Plumbers In Southern Oregon - full service with professionalism

Commercial plumbing

Residential plumbingSpartan Plumbing professionals are here to help you with all of your plumbing, gas, drain cleaning needs, and emergencies repairs or renovations. Big or small we do it all!

Spartan Plumbing provides you with the highest level of residential and commercial plumbing and and gas services. Our technicians are available anytime day or night to help.

Don’t hesitate to call or email with your questions.

Repairs and Replacements – Since its founding Spartan Plumbing has specialized in the repair and replacement of existing plumbing systems. Our experienced, professional technicians can handle any challenge.

Residential and Commercial – Our professionals are trained to perform work in the home or at the office. Spartan Plumbing can handle everything from garbage disposal clogs and replacement, leaking toilets, faucet replacement to water heater repairs and installations.

Drain Service – Our skilled technicians will clear tubs, sinks laundries, branch and main lines. We have our own equipment to handle all of your drain cleaning needs.

Toilets – Our plumbers perform simple toilet repairs to replacements using Gerber, Toto, American Standard, Kohler and other brand names with great quality and function.

Water Heaters: Spartan Plumbing specializes in providing you with the best suited solution to handle all of your hot water needs. Whether you have a house full of teens or a bar/ restaurant full of dirty dishes. We install and service standard tank type and tankless water heaters.

Frozen Pipes: We can install insulation and offer advice to prevent pipes from freezing. We also offer pipe thawing with state of the art equipment.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Comprehensive plumbing services that are affordable and professional

Comprehensive plumbing services that are affordable and professional
From the most complex plumbing or gas installations to routine service and maintenance - at homes and businesses in Medford, Ashland, Grants Pass, and the surrounding communities - Spartan Plumbing provides the best in class plumbing services.

What separates Spartan Plumbing from other plumbing companies?

Reputation, service, experience, cost and convenience.

Spartan Plumbing has a comprehensive experience of plumbing from our many years of service to our loyal customers. We offer our customers courteous service, competitive pricing, and superior workmanship. We live by the motto, "Expert Plumbing by Plumber Experts."

Don't forget to use one of our Spartan Plumbing plumbing discount coupons.

Our company provides a full line of plumbing services for you and your home and business. Anything from unblocking a clogged drain to fully installing a brand new state-of-the-art tankless water heater, we are your number one choice for a plumber in the Medford area. Our skilled plumbing service technicians can be dispatched to your home or business the same day!

Support Whenever You Need It – Spartan Plumbing guarantees its work at any time of day— or night. We employ skilled technicians that are available to perform service calls twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year.

Affordability – Our company constantly develops ways to reduce overhead and increase efficiency. We pass those savings on to our customers. We offer you the best price for high quality services. We also offer residential and commercial discounts.

Same-Day Service – Spartan Plumbing  makes its customer’s needs their top priority. We offer estimates and provide full description of the work to be performed. Most jobs are completed the same day.

Extensive Resources– We fully stock every service vehicle and ensure that our plumbers have high quality tools, parts, and fixtures so that you get the best results possible.

Friday, December 4, 2015

Plumbing: winterize your life and your home

Plumbing: winterize your life and your home
Spartan Plumbing, a professional plumbing contractor, is always available to assist you with your plumbing and gas needs for our home and business. With winter finally upon us, it's time to start preparing for everything that's coming up these next few months.

As the last leaves descend from the trees and the sweet autumn breezes turn brisk, we are given a small yet incredibly important window for winterizing our lives. We make a huge effort to dig our warmer clothes out of the closet before the temperatures drop. We do a little more exercise in preparation for the feasting of the holidays. But one thing that we often overlook in our winter preparations is our houses. It's easy to winterize your life--but winterizing your house takes a bit more thought.

Are you preparing to winterize your home? Here are a few tips!
  • Gaps. The first thing on your winterizing to-do list is to identify any gaps in your house's foundation or around the pipes. Once you've located these, you'll need to caulk and seal them for maximum protection from cold weather and other winter hazards.
  • Water heaters. Having your water heaters checked annually is a great way to ensure that your house is ready for winter weather. It's better to do this before the cold sets in, so that any small issues can be identified and fixed before the weather turns them into big issues. Our Boise Water Heater experts would be glad to help with this--give us a call!
  • Insulation. Another important step in winterizing your home is to check the insulation. If your pipes aren't already insulated, be sure to do this as soon as possible in order to avoid freezing and subsequent problems. Foam insulation works well for this purpose.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Frozen Pipes: how to deal with them

Frozen Pipes: how to deal with them
All Northwest homeowners worry about the possibility of frozen pipes in the winter and with good reason. Frozen pipes can lead to expensive plumbing repairs, property damage, and other disasters like mold growth. Ice in a residential plumbing pipe can exert more than 2,000 psi of pressure. Your pipes aren’t designed to handle this kind of force, and they will burst. There are a few things you can do to keep your pipes in good shape in the winter, no matter how low the outside temperature may go!

First, keeping pipes thawed relies on heat. If you plan to leave your home for any length of time (even during the day while you work) do not set your thermostat lower than 62°F. Your home’s plumbing is often found encased in walls, unheated crawl spaces or in the basement of your home. Some of the heat from the living spaces and duct work in your home will help to keep these areas warm, but this type of heat will only go so far. The warmer your living space is, the warmer the unheated areas of your home will stay and the less likely you are to experience a frozen or burst pipe.

Insulate the pipes in your home. This will help keep the pipes warmer and will also help prevent radiant heat loss along your hot water pipes. Pipes in and near outside walls and crawlspaces are the most likely candidates for freezing so be sure to keep these as warm as possible.

Be very careful about the pipes that enter the home from outside. This would include your main water line and any outdoor spigots you may use for gardening or home maintenance. A shutoff valve should protect your outdoor taps. Every fall, close this shutoff valve and drain any standing water out of the outdoor taps. Remove any garden hoses and store them for the winter. Also drain any standing water from your sprinkler system, if one is installed. This will protect these systems from expansion damage that standing water could otherwise cause.

If you use rain barrels, dry wells or other rainwater run off collectors, drain these for the winter. Clean your gutters, too! This isn’t strictly a plumbing tip, but plugged gutters will cause backups in the downspouts and severe icing along your eaves, which can force water into your home.

If a pipe in your home has frozen but has not yet burst, you can thaw it out. Do not use any type of open flame (such as a torch) to melt the ice. This creates a high risk of fire, as well as a high risk of personal injury. Open the tap and locate the frozen area. This area may be frosted over on the outside due to condensation. The pipe may also be deformed in the critical spot. Heat the pipe from the tap back toward the frozen spot. You want to clear out the pipe, and if you start from the frozen point, the newly melted water may have nowhere to go.

You can heat exposed pipes using a hair dryer, an incandescent or infrared light, or a space heater. Use foil, a cookie sheet or rolled aluminum behind the pipe to reflect heat evenly around the pipe. You can also use “heat tape” to help warm up the pipes. If your frozen piping is below a sink, open the doors to the base cabinet and circulate warmer air around the pipes.

If your pipe is unexposed, you may need to remove drywall or plaster to expose the pipe. If you don’t want to do that, turn up the heat in the home and wait or use an infrared heat source to help warm the hidden pipes. If the pipe bursts while you’re trying to thaw it (a real possibility), turn off the water at the main shutoff immediately. At this point, you will have to expose the pipe to repair the damage and dry up the water.

Call us at Spartan Pluming, 541-500-1787, if you have a question or need some professional plumbing service.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Plumbing & Gas Services: reputable contractor in Southern Oregon

Plumbing & Gas Services: reputable contractor in Southern Oregon
From toilet and sink repairs, water heaters, sump pumps and garbage disposals to complete sewer and drain services, our Spartan Plumbing experts have the experience, knowledge, tools and supplies at the ready to handle any piping repair, big or small with your water and gas.

Ready to trade out your old water guzzling toilet for a new, low flow toilet? We have many models that look great and are a little taller than the lower types found in most homes. Easy to move lever handle faucets for your sinks and shower make a big difference for those suffering from arthritis and there’s new faucets with ceramic quarter turn cartridges so you won’t have to replace washer every few years.

From walk in showers, easy turn faucets, talking thermostats and more, Spartan Plumbing will assist you in making your home and/or business a comfortable, safe place to live and/or work for years to come.  Call us today to discuss your ideas and questions: 500-1787.

Bathrooms and kitchens for seniors and those with disabilities require require special planning. Allow our experienced plumbers to make the process easy and convenient. We have the tools, fixtures and knowledge to install an ADA compliant bathroom quickly and easily.

Spartan Plumbing services the entire Rogue Valley area and will do everything possible to assist you to improving your plumbing and gas needs.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Plumbing & Gas: quality reputation contractor in Medford area

Plumbing & Gas: quality reputation contractor in Medford area
There are two things that we would like you to know that we believe distinguish Spartan Plumbing from other plumbers in Rogue Valley.

#1  We offer comprehensive plumbing and gas services.  And since we are qualified providers in each of those categories that offer you significant time and cost efficiency. We make an effort to educate you about the best solutions. We will not push you to buy a service or product you do not need. If the plumbing issue or gas piping issue can be solved with a simple repair, we will let you know. In most cases, a professional repair will have your water and/or gas system back to normal and cost you much less than a replacement solution.

#2  Our goal is to maximize the comfort of your home or business. Our plumbing and gas services will optimize their potential in your home or business. Fast and friendly technicians leave you feeling confident that the job is done right, and our satisfaction guarantee means we stand behind all of our work. Our comprehensive plumbing service resolves your repair needs with a professional result. If is installing new plumbing at a new home site or fixing existing plumbing issues, we do it all.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Plumbing Services In the Medford Area

Plumbing Services In the Medford Area
When you work with Spartan Plumbing, you will always receive the most cost efficient solution to your problem. We make an effort to educate you about the best solutions. We will not push you to buy a service or product you do not need. If the plumbing issue or gas piping issue can be solved with a simple repair, we will let you know. In most cases, a professional repair will have your water and/or gas system back to normal and cost you much less than a replacement solution.

Our wide range of experience and dedication provides residential plumbing services to you with technicians who are fully trained to handle all aspects of plumbing. From re-piping a house to a simple clogged toilet or leaky faucet, we are the only call you need to make.

We provide commercial plumbing services for all your business needs. Spartan plumbers are certified and experienced professionals and work hard to provide you with a non-stressful commercial plumbing solution.


Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Full service plumbing in Southern Oregon for home and business

Full service plumbing in Southern Oregon for home and business
Spartan Plumbing is a full service plumbing service that has been providing professional plumbing services to homes and businesses for many, many years.

Spartan Plumbing knows what it takes to get a job completed correctly the first time.

If you have an emergency need or a remodeling project, we are going to provide you with the very best plumbing service. Customer satisfaction is our primary goal. We  consistently provides reliable and quality workmanship, the best service at a fair price.

To our first time customers we offer a pluming discount - click here for more information.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Plumbing: avoid freezing pipes that cause a mess

Plumbing: avoid freezing pipes that cause a mess
Winters in Southern Oregon are pleasant compared to other more Northern areas, but the cold can still get intense enough to freeze water in unprotected pipes.

Guess which pipes tend to lack insulation? That’s right: those in older homes and apartments. As you can probably guess, when water in these pipes freezes, it swells and puts pressure on those old pipes, putting them at risk of cracking – or, worse, bursting apart entirely.

Call us today at Spartan Plumbing (541) 500-1787. We will help you get a strategy to cover your pipes or replace the old ones BEFORE they burst or crack.

Freezing and bursting pipes can be a real mess and cause havoc. Ideally, you want to insulate these pipes, but if that beyond your budget, make sure you leave your taps slightly open during freezing weather. This will keep water flowing in the pipes, so that won’t stick in one place long enough to freeze there. It’s not a perfect solution, but it’s better than nothing.

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Comprehensive plumbing services

We pride ourselves on being able to solve plumbing and gas issues and problems others have not been able to solve. We provide many hours of both in the office and off site continuing education training to keep our plumbing professionals current with the latest products, tools, code changes and technology.

You can count on Spartan Plumbing to be ahead of the curve and always ready repair your problems with the most long term and economical approach.

When you hire Spartan Plumbing. you are protected with a fully insured and bonded company, with very honest, respectable, trustworthy plumbers, who will do quality work, provide options, fully explain and answer all your questions and then clean and tidy up before leaving your home or office.

 We know there are many plumbers out there to choose from and so we hold ourselves to the highest standard!   Satisfaction guaranteed!

Call Spartan Plumbing, 500-1787, today and learn how we can service your home or business for all your gas and plumbing needs.

Friday, October 30, 2015

Garbage Disposal Do’s and Don’ts

Plumbing & Gas Piping Services
DO keep the unit running until there are no more grinding noises and run water for a few seconds afterwards.

DO chop larger pieces of food smaller before disposing it.

DO run the garbage disposal while the dishwasher drains, if the two are connected. The soapy water will clean the unit.

DO NOT put stringy, hard or fibrous materials in the garbage disposal. It should only be used for grinding biodegradable food particles.

DO NOT flush grease or oil down the waste disposal unit’s drain.

Spartan Plumbing offers professional plumbing services in Medford and the surrounding communities of Southern Oregon.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Quality Water Heater Services, Ask A Professional

Quality Water Heater Services, Ask A Professional
What happens when your house runs out of hot water?

Do you wait and let the hot water tank warm up warm water? What if the hot water tank is not able to warm up the water properly? If you are having this problem in your home, then you need to seek a professional plumber in Rogue Valley who will be able to come to your home and see what the problem may be.

Spartan Plumbing will be able to assist you with service and ensure your hot water tank is fully functioning to not leave you with no hot water. We provide comprehensive plumbing services for your home or business.

We understand the importance of home comforts and that’s why we repair and replace gas, electric and propane water heaters.  Since building codes and technology constantly change, we ensure that our technicians have the most current training possible.

Electric water heaters require additional skills in the plumbing industry and present a unique array of safety hazards. Spartan Plumbing plumbers are trained to provide you with licensed, experienced installation services.

Gas is the most efficient heat source to supply your hot water heater needs and Spartan Plumbing professinals have the required training and experience to solve any issues with your water heater.

Let us show you what to do when your water heater runs out. Gives us a call at 500-1787.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Plumbing: resolving grease trap issues

Plumbing: resolving  grease trap issues
When you are looking for plumbing in Medford, there are many different options that you can go with. From all the specialized plumbing services, focusing on your home, to focusing on your business plumbing to detect any problems, give Spartan Plumbing a call at 500-1787.

Having provided plumbing services in Southern Oregon for many, many years we have the experience to fix any problem and will make sure that you will not be stuck with any plumbing problems in your home or your office. We are able to pinpoint any problems and fix them to avoid any serious issues.

Don’t let your home or restaurant establishment suffer from any grease trap problems. Make sure that you have your grease trap service maintained regularly. Contact Spartan Pumbing today to speak with one of our representatives who will be able to assist you with all your  grease trap service needs.

From residential to commercial we offer professional plumbing services in Medford we can help you with your grease trap service problems today. You will be completely satisfied with the service that you get. 
At Spartan Plumbing we focus on specific tasks ranging from water damage issues in your home and office, to finding out why certain pipes are drained and clogged. You will receive accurate information pertaining to your problems and with our team. Our  services also include emergency plumbing services in the Rogue Valley area.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Plumbing: water pipe repair

Plumbing: water pipe repair
Many homes are outfitted entirely with plastic water piping, starting at the water meter and continuing throughout the house.

Whether you have pvc, cpvc, PEX, or gray polybutylene (gray poly), we can locate and perform your pipe leak repair, problem-free. Whether it is located behind your sheetrock walls, above your ceilings, under your floors, or in your yard, we will find the leak and eliminate it, leaving you with a full warranty in the process (exception: gray polybutylene repairs).

Gray polybutylene is nearly identical in composition to blue polybutylene, with the only exception being that gray poly was used solely inside your home, rather than outside in the ground.

It does, however, display all of the faults and risks associated with blue poly: pinholes, breaks, pipe leaks, and splits are potential issues for homeowners that is still equipped with gray poly.

At Spartan Plumbing we do make repairs to your gray poly piping.  Call us today at 500-1787.

Friday, October 16, 2015

Comprehensive Plumbing Services: water, sewer and gas lines

Comprehensive Plumbing Services: water, sewer and gas lines
When you work with Spartan Plumbing, you will always receive the most cost efficient solution to your water, sewer and gas line problem. We make an effort to educate you about the best solutions. We will not push you to buy a service or product you do not need. If the plumbing issue or gas piping issue can be solved with a simple repair, we will let you know. In most cases, a professional repair will have your water and/or gas system back to normal and cost you much less than a replacement solution.

Call us today to learn more and get a free estimate: 500-1787.

#1 Water Line Repair
If your waterline is leaking, it can significantly increase your water bills or flood your lawn. New plumbing technologies are much less invasive and have little to no affect on your landscaping or property. The sooner you get your waterline repaired, the better.

#2 Water Heater Services
Broken or inefficient water heaters are a frustrating hassle with which you shouldn't have to live. We offer fast and effective repairs and installations for heating systems, regardless of whether it's a gas-powered, electric or tankless water heater.

#3 Faucets and Sinks
If you are in need of any faucet or sink replacements, repairs or upgrades, our plumbing technicians will have the job done in no time at all.

#4 Gas Line Repair
Our plumbers perform gas line repairs, installations, additions and code upgrades for residential and commercial properties. If it is an emergency, we will get out to your location to fix the problem as soon as possible.

#5 Sewage Ejector Pumps/Sump Pumps
If you are experiencing flooding, bad odors, strange noises, etc., then it's likely your pump is failing and needs to be repaired or replaced.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Plumbing: Five Water & Gas Safety Tips

Plumbing: Five Water & Gas Safety Tips
1.  Water Heater & Furnace Flue Pipe
Devices which burn natural gas, such as your furnace and water heater, produce harmful gases which must be vented away to the chimney by the flue pipes. A quick exterior visual inspection of your home’s flue pipes will make sure that there are no obvious visible problems with these most critical safety components. Plumbers realize that a basic inspection will not reveal problems with the insides of the flue pipes or chimney.

2. Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors

It is 'mission critical' that your home is protected by working CO detectors. Carbon Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that is produced when natural gas in your furnace and water heater is burned off. There are many things that can prevent gases from exiting properly, and for this reason CO detectors are imperative. Should a problem occur, CO detectors can warn you and your family (much like a smoke detector) before harm is done.

3.  Approved Appliance Gas Connectors
In some older homes, flexible appliance gas plumbing connectors (gas stove, dryer, oven) may not meet current safety standards. Old connectors can break, allowing a dangerous gas leak to occur. Inspecting gas connectors visually can verify if they are the approved, modern type.

4. Operable Main Water Shutoff Valve
In the event of a water related emergency, it is extremely important that the main water supply can be quickly shut off where it enters the house. The ability to shut off water quickly can mean the difference between an inconvenience and a plumbing catastrophe. It is important to locate and tag your main valve, and check to be sure you are able to operate it yourself. If not, look into turn ball valves, which are not only easier to operate than old-fashioned valves, it's simple to tell if the valve is open or closed by looking at the handle.

5. Braided Stainless Steel Washing Machine Hoses
Few people , but most plumbers, realize that one of the most common causes of property-damage related insurance claims is a failed washing machine supply hose. These unassuming devices are usually hidden in the dark recesses behind our laundry machines, and are seldom if ever thought about until they fail. Stainless steel washing machine water supply hoses are the type recommended by insurance companies, and will minimize the chances of this common problem happening to you.

Friday, October 9, 2015

Commercial Plumber In Medford, Oregon

Commercial Plumber In Medford, Oregon
A business simply cannot function without a fully operational plumbing system. If you are having problems with your pipes or plumbing appliances, depend on our licensed master plumbers at Spartan Plumbing.

We provide design services along with installation, maintenance, and comprehensive plumbing repair for commercial establishments. Whether you need a leaky faucet repaired or sewer line replacement, Spartan Plumbing does it all.

At Spartan Plumbing our extensive services cover all your commercial plumbing needs. Spartan plumbers are certified and experienced professionals and work hard to provide you with a non-stressful commercial plumbing solution.

Call our office today to learn more about how we will assist your project with our expertise: 500-1787.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Plumbing: save water, eliminate water leaks

Plumbing: save water, eliminate water leaks
At Spartan Plumbing our technicians are trained to use non-destructive techniques to detect leaks in your plumbing system.

We use tools and technology that are non-invasive. To find the leak we don't need to destroy what you already have in place.  There are three signs that can indicate you have a water leak:

    1. receiving higher than usual water bills
    2. hearing running water indoors when faucets are turned off
    3. needing to constantly refill the pool

If you are experiencing any of these or any other indicators, you may have a water leak. Give us a call,  500-1787, and our technicians can detect your plumbing leak and get it repaired.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Plumbing subcontracting services - reliable and superior quality

Plumbing subcontracting services - reliable and superior quality
Call today to learn more about our plumbing subcontracting services.

Your local Medford plumbers at Spartan Plumbing feature a team of professionals. Whether you need plumbing design and install for a commercial project, or someone experienced in water heater repair we have you covered. Our full range of services and solutions guarantee your long term peace of mind on all your plumbing needs.

At Spartan Plumbing, we believe that every customer deserves respect. That is why our professional staff provides a strong commitment to delivering the best in customer service in Jackson County. Our entire plumbing operation is geared to provide professional, top quality, value added plumbing solutions at competitive rates. Our staff and technicians are motivated to deliver expert plumbing solutions with courtesy and precision.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Comprehensive plumbing service

When you work with Spartan Plumbing, you will always receive the most cost efficient solution to your problem. We make an effort to educate you about the best solutions. We will not push you to buy a service or product you do not need. If the plumbing issue or gas piping issue can be solved with a simple repair, we will let you know. In most cases, a professional repair will have your water and/or gas system back to normal and cost you much less than a replacement solution.

Call our office at (541) 500-1787 to discuss your project or plumbing concern.

Out fast and friendly technicians leave you feeling confident that the job is done right, and our satisfaction guarantee means we stand behind all of our work. Our comprehensive plumbing service resolves your repair needs with a professional result. If is installing new plumbing at a new home site or fixing existing plumbing issues, we do it all.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Plumbing System Education: 2 systems, one valve, and cleaning your water

Plumbing System Education: 2 systems, one valve, and cleaning your water
Plumbing services are many and varied. the two main components of plumbing systems at your home are a drain-waste-vent systems and a water service systems. The water service system contains water that is fit for human use and consumption, which is potable water.

Your water meter just gauges the water consumption, which will be used by your utility company for billing.

A gate valve, which is the main shutoff valve, is meant to allow you to turn on or off water flow. You may need to turn off water supply to your house if you need repairs done or any emergency. Water closets and toilet tanks also have these shutoff valves. These are useful in turning off the water to your toilet independently of the entire water system.
Your water supply pipes are located underneath the ground, and as a result of water flow and contact with the earth, organisms and minerals in the earth, they get filled with sediment over time and get rusted.

Something to consider when consuming your water ......

What about cleaning your water supply?

.....using tap water when cooking or drinking directly from the tap is never advisable. Water filters should be used or alternatively choose the best solution, which is to change steel pipes to copper pipes. The water supply system pipe should be small in diameter so as to regulate and lower the pressure from the water main to a pressure that will be sustained by toilets and sinks in the home.

Call Spartan Plumbing when you need a professional plumber: 500-1787.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

DIY plumbing fixes -save water

Spartan Plumbing wants you to know that if your home’s (or business) bathroom fixtures were made prior to 1995, then most likely you flush money down your toilet every time you flush.

Save Utility Bill

Water Sense toilets, replacing or repairing the leaking plumbing fixtures are some of the solutions for saving your utility bill and gallons of water. By repairing leaky sprinkling systems and the plumbing fixtures, then at least 10% of your bill can be saved and around ten thousand gallons saved. The Environmental Protection Agency has given its annual reminder message, March 16-22, of the Fix a Leak Week for people to be much stingier in the use of water.

The Office of Water EPA’s Acting Administrator, says that leaks in households that are easy-to-fix waste 1 trillion gallons plus, every year nationwide. This amount is the same as that used by greater than 11 million households.

Tips for Detecting Leaks

The water usage by a family of four should not exceed 12,000 gallons each month, as a rule of thumb. If this amount is exceeded during winter then there may be a leak in the home. The EPA gives the following easy tips:

  • To determine if you have a leak, check the water meter prior to, as well as after 2 hours when you were using no water. Any change in the meter may point to a leak.
  •  Place a tiny drop of food coloring in your toilet tank. After about 15 minutes, check the bowl. If there is any color in the bowl, then you may have a leakage. This is how to identify leaks in toilets. Just remember to flush immediately; you don’t want the tank getting stained.
  •  Examine pipe fittings and faucet gaskets for signs of water on their outside as this indicates surface leaks.
  •  Examine the garden hose and check for leaks. Check the entire length and especially the connection point to your spigot. Any leak when running the hose can be reduced by replacing the washer, whether rubber or nylon. Make sure the connection is tight by using a wrench or pipe tape.

Repair Leaky Faucets

Toilets made after 1995 by law should utilize not greater than 1.6 gallons for each flush. The EPA has set the requirements at 1.28 gallons for each flush or even less. You should ensure that any leaks are curbed and dealt with accordingly. Spartan Plumbing suggest that if you perform the above tests and suspect a leak you should call in an expert to arrest the problem fast. Save money by repairing leaky faucets. Call our office at 500-1787 today.

Friday, September 18, 2015

Clogged Drain - Plumbing Solutions

Clogged Drain - Plumbing Solutions
All plumbing systems develop clogs at some point of time regardless of efforts we make to avoid clogging. That’s why drain cleaning is one of the most frequent plumbing needs for any family.

Cleaning a drain may appear to be easy. However, undertaking a drain cleaning venture without proper knowledge can be dangerous. In this post, we will discuss easy plumbing tips that will help you with emergency drain cleaning requirements before the plumber arrives. Apply these simple steps to clean your floor, bathroom, and  sink drains without any hassle whatsoever.

1.    Plunger is the most commonly used plumbing tool for everyday application. Most of the clogged drains can be fixed at home using this inexpensive tool. Therefore, before calling a plumber, you can always try to clear your clogged drain with a plunger.

2.    Preventing your drain from clogging is certainly a better idea that taking corrective measures after you have a clogged drain. Concentrated salt water or brine solution is an excellent home remedy to prevent clogging of sink drains. Oil and grease can build up very quickly on the inner surface of your kitchen drain. Use of brine solution will prevent the buildup of grease. In addition to clogging prevention, this will also help you reduce odor.

3.    In spite of taking preventive measures, your drains may still get clogged. A mixture of vinegar and baking soda can do wonders for your clogged drain. This is a great solution to clogged drains for people who do not want to use harsh chemicals. Both vinegar, as well as baking soda are inexpensive, and they can unclog any clogged drain in minutes. First put half a cup of baking soda in your drain followed by the same amount of vinegar. Then pour some boiling water into the drain. In the presence of hot water, these two substances react with each other to remove the blockage from your drain. Most importantly, they cause no harm to your pipes.

4.    Different types of drain cleaners are also available in the market, and many of them are highly efficient. However, before using these chemical based cleaners, be sure to read all instructions thoroughly. Certain types of drain cleaners may not be suitable for cleaning garbage disposals or plastic pipes installed in your kitchen. Also, do not forget that almost all chemical based cleaners can cause damage to your plumbing system in the long run.

5.    If everything discussed so far has failed, visit your local plumbing store and rent or buy a mechanical snake. Clogs from the main drain of your house to the sewer can be cleaned out by using a garden hose along with the mechanical snake.

6.    Finally, call Spartan Plumbing, 500-1787,  immediately if you are still not able to unclog your drain.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Plumbing Done Right - The Spartan Way

Plumbing Done Right - The Spartan Way
If you are experiencing a plumbing issue in your home, or your business, one of our experienced technicians at Spartan Pluming is guaranteed to find a solution in an efficient and timely manner.

With our team of qualified plumbers, no problem is ever too big or too small.

We understand the inconvenience and that your home or business is extremely valuable to you, which is why we go the extra distance to ensure we treat your property  with the utmost respect.  Call us today so we can start solving your plumbing problem the “Spartan Way” at 500-1787.

Thinking of remodeling your bathroom? Save your time and money and let one of our bathroom remodeling contractors help you!

Friday, September 11, 2015

Plumbing - winter tips for reducing plumbing services

Plumbing - winter tips for reducing plumbing services
We may not feel it just yet, but Fall is here and soon we’ll be in the grips of cooler weather. What does it mean for your home? It means that now’s the time to take care of repairs and maintenance before Winter wreaks havoc on your plumbing system. Our list of Fall Plumbing Tips will help you avoid most, if not all, emergency plumbing call-outs.

You can probably take care of many of these maintenance measures yourself, provided you have some DIY experience, but if not, rather get in touch with Spartan Plumbing.

Every year, many of our clients end up paying more than they should, because of failed DIY efforts that end up in major plumbing issues, or emergencies that are more costly than had they called us from the start.

Fall Plumbing Made Easy
Here are some of our top fall plumbing maintenance guidelines you should start on right now....

Shut Off the Sprinklers
Now is the time to shut off your sprinkler system before the cold weather sets in. You should also drain garden hoses and any open faucets. If you know how to drain the sprinkler system, go ahead and do it now, or else, give us a call if you’re unsure.

Inspect the Sump Pump
Sump pumps should be cleaned and inspected twice a year at a minimum. A backed up and frozen sump pump is one of the worst winter plumbing emergencies you can imagine.

Clear the Gutters
Regular cleaning is important when it comes to gutters, but the added volume of fallen leaves, rain water, and the snow of winter can place additional strain that leads to clogs. Should your gutters freeze, water can’t drain throughout winter and it will end up ruining your gutters.

Insulate Doors and Windows
If your windows and doors are not properly insulated, they will allow precious heat to escape from the home. Keep your home warm and reduce energy costs by checking for leaks and sealing it now during fall.

Check All Appliances
It’s important to check all your water using appliances on a regular basis, but it’s even more important to check them for leaks before the freezing season arrives. Look at the hoses, drains and filters on your washing machine, dishwasher and refrigerator for clogs, leaks, cracks and bulges. If need be, replace plastic pipes with stainless steel mesh hoses.

Inspect the Water Heater
At the start of fall, it is important to drain the water heater to prevent sediment from building up and causing rust. Preventing your hot water heater from freezing in the cold months is crucial. You can do this by installing an insulating blanket in which you can wrap the water heater in fall. Most home improvement stores stock insulating blankets and they are easy to install.

Inspect Exposed Pipes
Have a look around your home, particularly in crawl spaces and in the basement for exposed pipes. Buy pipe insulation tape or pool noodles to insulate the exposed pipes before the cold temperatures set in.

Winter’s cold temperatures, when combined with holiday cooking, and more house guests than usual, can lead to increased pressure on a plumbing system. For those reasons, winter is the busiest time of the year for us here at Spartan Plumbing.  Don’t delay, get started with your plumbing changes for winter today. If you need help, call us at 541 500-1787.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Toliets - an every day water consumption device

Toliets - a basic water consumption device
Which make, model, size and color is your best option?

Smaller, rounded toilets are more compact and easier to fit into smaller spaces; while elongated toilets require more floor space. Both types have pros and cons that make them suitable for both residential and commercial properties.

Most toilets consist of two pieces, a tank and a bowl, which are bolted together when installed. However, you can also find seamless models that combine the bowl and tank into one piece. Toilet designs also vary, so your budget will generally determine your choice.

When determining the right toilet for you, keep in mind that although toilets appear similar, they can differ in length, width, and height. It is very important to make sure that the new toilet lines up with existing drain found on the floor under the base of the toilet. If the drain does not line up it can be costly to fix. Measurements vary between 10" - 12" from the wall; 14" models can generally be obtained by special order.

Call Spartan Plumbing (541) 500-1787 for all your plumbing needs at home or at your business.

Don't forget to measure the height of the toilet, especially if there are shelves above the tank. The easiest way to measure, is from the floor to the bottom shelve. This will determine whether you will have to buy a toilet with a lower height.

Here are some other questions to consider when choosing a new toilet:

Are all brands the same?

How many liters of water dose the tank hold, are all flushing systems the same?

How can water that drips from the toilet be prevented?

Will I save money regardless which toilet I buy?

A number of plumbing brands offer a wide range of superior quality toilets with high performance flush systems and 6 liter tanks. Various water-efficient models use as little as about a gallon of water per flush, which results in an average of about 20% less water usage - that means that you may qualify for rebate. Use less water, save money - it pays to conserve water.

Superior flush systems can keep even the busiest toilet virtually clog-free, so plunging can become a thing of the past. Toilet tanks feature inside liners that virtually eliminate excess sweat from the toilet; hence, a dryer floor. Companies that manufacture toilets usually have warranty coverage up to 10 years depending on the toilet, which is also a money saver.

Call Spartan Pluming today to get assistance in reducing your water usage. Or, send us email.

Friday, September 4, 2015

Hard water can cost you money

Hard water can cost you money
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About 85% of households have hard water. If your home has water, you could be spending your hard-earned cash on expensive appliance repairs and trying to get everything clean. Hard water contains excessive amounts of minerals such as magnesium and calcium, that result in buildups and deposits that affect everything that touches the water, including your health, your hair, your clothing and your dishes. It also takes a toll on your plumbing system.

Symptoms of Hard Water

If you have hard water, you may notice:

● Frequently clogged faucets, shower heads and pipes.
● Leaky pipes.
● Yellowed laundry that should’ve been white.
● Reduced cleaning and foaming of detergents and soaps.
● Soapy residues on shower doors and dishes.
● Calcium deposits or rings on dishwashers, sinks and tubs.

Hard water usually contains more than 3 grains of minerals per gallon, and the harder the water, the higher the possibility of problems.

How Hard Water Costs You Hard-Earned Money

Hard water takes a toll on your energy bill, your pipes, fixtures and appliances. Here’s how:

1. Hard water takes more energy to heat. It takes 8% more energy to heat water for every extra 20 mg of minerals in the water.

2. Cleaning with hard water requires more soap, which costs more. Hard water does not react effectively with soap, thus requiring more soap to clean your dishes, wash your body and wash your hair. It also tends to leave soap scum on your bath and shower, and spots on the dishes, which takes more time and cleaning materials to clean thoroughly.

3. Limescale in hard water clogs up your pipes and shower heads. When soap scum collects on the sink and tub, it causes water to arrive in the faucets more slowly, and the sinks and tubs will drain slower too. Clogged pipes mean more frequent plumbing call outs.

4. Hard water can break your water heater. When limescale builds up in your boiler or water heater, it can dramatically reduce the efficiency of the heater. Since the system is pressured, the hard water can cause your boiler to fail, which is not a cheap plumbing repair.

How to Soften Hard Water

The simplest fix for hard water, is to purchase or rent a water softener. Two basic types are available on the market today, namely a traditional water softener that uses salt, and a water conditioner or descaler that doesn’t use salt. According to Mayo Clinic, it is safe for people on low-sodium diets to use water softeners, as the system adds a miniscule amount of salt to the water.

Here are some things you should consider when you decide to buy a water softener:

#1 – Should you rent, or should you buy? Different water softeners have different features and prices range dramatically. If you don’t want to buy one, you can rent one at a monthly fee. Some rental companies charge for installation, while others do it for free. When you buy a water softener, be sure to have it professionally installed.

#2 – Research the different types of water softeners available and choose the one that serves your purposes best. Consider the available features, and check whether they offer a money-back guarantee.

#3 – Work with a company whose technicians are Water Quality Association certified.

#4 – Be sure to educate yourself and your family on the unit’s maintenance instructions, and be sure to follow them closely.

Do you think you have hard water and want to confirm it? You can buy test kits from most home and garden stores, or you can call Spartan Plumbing. We can also help you choose the right unit and perform the water softener installation.

Tanya Klien

Monday, August 31, 2015

Professional Plumbing Services - Medford, Ashland, Grants Pass

Professional Plumbing Services - Medford, Ashland, Grants Pass
Call our office today - 541 500 1787 - for fast, friendly #plumbing services at your home or business.

From Ashland To Grants Pass, including Medford, Jacksonville, Talent and all the cities in-between in Rogue Valley, our licensed plumbers provide punctual and speedy service. We are highly trained, licensed, and qualified to fix any plumbing problem or provide any plumbing service; such as water leak repair, gas piping, frozen pipes, sump pumps, water heaters, water heater flush, faucets, and more!

When you need plumbing service and repair you can trust, count on Spartan Plumbing services to put your mind at ease and provide affordable plumbing diagnostics and solutions that work in your home or business. We offer plumbing repair, service, maintenance, installation, replacement, sales, and more for residential and commercial properties in Southern Oregon.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

What makes noisey water pipes? Five precautions to take.

What makes noisey water pipes? Five precautions to take.
It's a researched fact that sound is louder and travels faster in water than air.

There are several causes of noise within a water system, including disturbed water as it flows through a pipe, faulty valves, or friction. For example, the rougher the internal surface of a pipe, and the greater the number of joints and the more acute angles within a system; the higher the likelihood there is noise coming from the pipes.

Five precautions that will help reduce noise in water pipe lines.

#1 Use a pipe with a smooth internal surface such as copper or plastic.

#2 Avoid unnecessary joins. Ensure all cut ends are de-burred prior to completing connections.

#3 Long radius bends are preferable to manufactured bends when changing direction. If the radius of the bend is not less than five times the diameter of pipe, the flow will not reduce.

#4 Pipes are to be sized correctly to ensure that when water is drawn off, the rate of flow is below the maximum velocity for the pipe (which is generally 3m/sec).

#5 Humming or screaming noises may be caused by a screw-down tap when the jumper spins. the edge of a worn washer may become serrated, causing the jumper to spin and the stem within the jumpers’s spindle creates the noise.

Call our office today - 541 500 1787 - for fast, friendly #plumbing services at your home or business.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Plumbing: 5 tips to saving water in your shower

Plumbing: 5 tips to saving water in your shower
Many people in developed countries opt to shower instead of bathing, in order to preserve water.

What Consumes More Water: Bath or Shower?

While the average bath uses between 35-50 gallons of water, a 10-minute shower using a low-flow shower head only uses only 25 gallons. The average shower head delivers approximately 5 gallons (19 litres) per minute, which equals 50 gallons per person per shower. Of course, at that rate, you might as well take a bath.

These figures leave a dilemma, because a shower is so much faster than running a tub, but if you’re going to use it, you may as well preserve the bath water. How do you save water in the shower?

5 Tips for Saving Water in the Shower

Here are some of the top tips for saving water in the shower from Spartan Plumbing.

1. Inspect your pipes and faucets for leaks

Of course, this applies to the whole home and not just the shower. Large leaks can waste hundreds of gallons of water, while even a small drip caused by a worn shower faucet washer can waste up to 20 gallons a day.

2. Install water-preserving fixtures and equipment

As a homeowner, you will find water-saving water restrictors or low-flow showerheads easy to install. Low-flow shower heads use less than 2.5 gallons per minute.

3. Install a converter

Shower converters can be installed on existing showerheads. These handy gadgets automatically pause running water once it gets warm.

4. Install an aerator

All showers and in fact, all household faucets, should have aerators fitted. Not only is it the best method of conserving water, but it is also the most cost-effective.

5. Don’t wait for the water to get hot

By insulating your pipes, you will get hot water much faster than when you have to wait for the water to get hot. Insulating your hot water pipes with pre-slit foam pipe insulation is both inexpensive and easy.

Call Spartan Plumbing, 541-500-1787, and learn how we can help you setup your  #plumbing to conserve water.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Plumbing questions and answers

Plumbing questions and answers
Two common #plumbing questions we have fielded over the years.

4) Lemon peels will make my sink smell good.

While this will work, we don't suggest you do it unless you have a very powerful garbage disposal. Try this instead, a homemade mixture of vinegar and a bit of baking soda. Once it is completely dissolved, pour it down the drain to keep it fresh smelling.

5) Flushable wipes can be flushed down the toilet.

This is difficult to answer because it may be true. But, we don't believe this product was design as a "flushable" item. At different jobs we have seen this to cause major clogging issues. It is true they are more biodegradable than say a wet sock, but not much better. Flushable wipes have the potential to back up your entire system. Overall, don't flush wipes, to avoid drain issues.

Call our office today - 541 500 1787 - for fast, friendly plumbing services at your home or business.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Plumbing Myths: 3 mysteries debunked

Plumbing Myths
 1. Plunging the toilet will clear any blockage in your toilet
In a modern family home, especially one with small children, you can often find an array of items that have found their way into the toilet bowl unexpectedly. People often make the mistake of plunging these items and end up making the blockage worse by further pushing the object in to the pipe or even into the toilet trap seal. A better option is to try and hook the item out by hand or using strong wire hook.

2. Keeping the water running whilst the garbage disposal is being used will help the waste travel smoothly down the drain
When using a garbage disposal unit, most homeowners believe that almost anything can pass through the system, so long as the tap is running water freely. This is certainly not the case, as food items such as hard fruit rinds, eggshells, banana peels and even sticky spaghetti can cause damage to the disposal blades and cause a blockage. If you still wish to dispose of your left-overs this way, you should break up the food into very small pieces before you proceed.

3. Home plumbing systems are self-maintaining
Out of all of the common plumbing myths, this is probably the one that will cause you the most problems in the future. The notion that your home plumbing system is self-maintaining is completely false. As a homeowner, you should routinely inspect and maintain your sinks, faucets, toilets and pipes and make sure that any sign of damage should be addressed immediately. Remember, prevention is better than cure
Spartan Pluming is a full service plumber serving the Medford areaCall our office today at (541) 500-1787.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Plumbing Myths - true or false

Plumbing Myths - true or false
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#1 Placing a brick in the back of your toilet bowl will save water and/or money.

Sounds like a plausible idea. But, bricks will do more damage than good in your toilet.  Bricks belong on houses or sidewalks or pretty fireplaces, not in the toilet! Putting a brick in your toilet may break your flapper, causing you to have to flush twice, thus wasting water. Since water is corrosive, bricks will break apart or crumble - deteriorate over time. Leave them out of your toilet tank to reduce water costs.

#2  Hot grease is liquid and therefore it's okay to put it down the sink

Again, sounds like a good idea but not really in your best plumbing interests. Your best strategy is to wipe out the grease with a paper towel and put it in the garbage can. Or, put grease in freezer until it becomes a solid, and then place it in the trash. Hot grease can coat your pipes, and when it dries it causes a real mess, like a burst pipe or worse.

Spartan Plumbing offers quality #plumbing services and remodeling in your  #homeimprovement project. We also do new #construction plumbing or subcontracting work.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Plumbing: resolving sink stoppages

Plumbing: resolving sink stoppages
Plumbers get more calls to open clogged drains than for any other service. Many such calls could be prevented by greater care in the use of drains. The most-used drain is the one in the kitchen sink and that is the drain most often clogged.

Preventing this situation can be done by carefully watching what is emptied into the sink drain and by the regular use of a safe biodegradable waste digester. Your plumber can give you more information on these products.

Sink stoppages are usually caused by liquid fats, emulsified by warm dishwater and carried through the pipes. The water cools as it proceeds to the main sewer and leaves the fatty deposits along the way. A film of grease forms on the pipe wall, then another and another. Coffee grounds and bits of food add to this accumulation layer until the pipe becomes impassible.

Pour excess grease into a tin can and throw it out with the garbage, not down the sink drain. When using a food disposer, always let sufficient cold water run to carry the particles down and into the main line to prevent buildup in the smaller waste lines.

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In the event of a stoppage, you should have a "plumber's friend," or plunger - a large rubber suction cup with a wooden handle. Cup it tightly over the drain and plunge it vigorously several times. If it is a double drain sink, make sure you seal the other drain, so water will not splash out into the other bowl or on you. Drain piping can also be cleaned by removing the J-bend on the trap below the fixture. First place adhesive tape around the packing nut or wrap the wrench jaws with cloth to prevent scratching the metal surface. If plastic piping is in place, do not grip the nuts too tightly with the wrench, as they can crack easily.

Place a bucket directly under the pipe to catch any dripping from the open pipe. Pull out the clogging material with a piece of wire or small hand-turned cable. If you take the trap off, have some new gaskets ready to slip into the joints.

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Monday, August 3, 2015

Plumbing: Two Plumbing Myths About Your Home

 Two Plumbing Mthys About Your Home
The professional plumbers of Medford's own Spartan Plumbing provide a wide range of services for customers. Not only are the employees professional, but they care about their customers and their homes as well. They never leave a mess behind when a job is finished and they keep customers up-to-date with every step of the way of the project.

#1 Water heaters are about to explode if you hear a loud gurgling, rumbling noise.

Most likely not. Stay calm. The sediment from hard water is probably being moved around inside your water heater near the burner on the bottom which is causing loud noises. The noise is really air popping because it cannot rise to the top, due to the sentiment blocking the way. Have a professional plumber come out and drain and flush your water heater on a regular basis.

6) A slow leaking faucet is not a problem.

Not True! Anytime there is a dripping that won’t stop you are increasing your water bill, wasting water, and causing wear and tear on your faucet and plumbing fixtures. If you can’t fix a leak yourself, call in a professional plumber. The longer you put off fixing the leak, the worse (more costly) the solution may become.

We offer discounts and special offers - click hereCall our office today at (541) 500-1787.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Quality plumbing at affordable prices in Medford

Quality plumbing at affordable prices in Medford.
At Spartan Plumbing, we believe that every customer deserves respect. That is why our professional staff provides a strong commitment to delivering the best in customer service in Jackson County. Our entire plumbing operation is geared to provide professional, top quality, value added plumbing solutions at competitive rates. Our staff and technicians are motivated to deliver expert plumbing solutions with courtesy and precision.

Quality plumbing at affordable prices in MedfordCall our office today at (541) 500-1787.

Your local Medford plumbers at Spartan Plumbing feature a team of professionals. Whether you need plumbing design and install for a commercial project, or someone experienced in water heater repair we have you covered. Our full range of services and solutions guarantee your long term peace of mind on all your plumbing needs.

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Quality Plumbers in Medford

Quality Plumbers in Medford
We have proudly served the Rogue Valley area for more than ten years. The owners, Scott and Eric, are experienced plumbers in plumbing contracting, plumbing repair and plumbing installation for both residential and commercial plumbing services.

Are you having problems with your plumbing system? Get a quick fix with our experts at Spartan Plumbing. We are the plumbing company for you!

We offer discounts and special offers - click hereCall our office today at (541) 500-1787.
  • Water Heater Repair and Replacement
  • Tankless Water Heater Installation
  • Gas Line Repair and Replacement
  • Hydro-Jetting Service
  • Fixture Repair and Replacement
  • Plumbing Leak Detection
  • Septic Tank Cleaning and Repair
  • Sewer Line Repair or Replacement
  • Sump Pump Installation or Repair
  • Faucet Repair
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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Plumbing Renovation Specialists

We work with the most advanced techniques, the best quality materials, and the most beautiful styles for your plumbing renovation projects. Whether it is one fixture – such as a faucet, toilet or tub – or renovating/adding a bathroom, we are experienced and equipped with the best tools and ten years of experience.

Spartan Plumbing is known for its high standard for quality  in every aspect of our work.  This includes our knowledgeable and experienced team, and our top of the line equipment.

Talk to us today and receive detailed information: (541) 500-1878.

Our clients recommend us for bath and kitchen remodeling because of our superior workmanship and professionalism. The bathrooms and kitchens we remodel are built with attention to detail and an understanding of your vision.  The results of our work make many satisfied clients and beautifully finished projects.

Spartan Plumbing knows that a positive customer experience is important to a job well done.  That means accurate estimates, high quality and timely workmanship, and respect for you and your property.  We are dedicated to your satisfaction throughout your renovation process.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Plumbing Contractor - we beleive in service

Plumbing Contractor - we beleive in service
Spartan Plumbing is a full-service residential and commercial plumbing company. Click here to learn more about who we are and what we do.

We provide professional plumbing services to Medford and Rogue Valley and believe that
  • when you pay for a professional service, whomever you pay owes you a given amount of work or product in return. 
  • you shouldn’t have to clean up after your serviceman. 
  • the customer and their property deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. 
We will deal with the customer with openness and integrity, and won’t throw in any surprises on the bill. Our prices are fair, our technicians are friendly and helpful, and our products are the best we can find. When you’ve had it with business as usual, give us a call at (541) 500-1787.

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Professional Plumber Services

Professional Plumber Services
Serving the local community of the Medford area for over 10 years, the professional plumbers of Spartan Plumbing provide a wide range of services for customers. Not only are the employees professional, but they care about their customers and their homes as well. They never leave a mess behind when a job is finished and they keep customers up-to-date with every step of the way of the project.

As you navigate our web site, you will quickly see that we are a local plumber offering comprehensive plumbing services that are augmented by our large inventory of cutting edge plumbing equipment and tools. We perform sewer repair, install and replace water supply lines, perform sewer and drain video inspections, remodeling plumbing, sewer line and drain line repair.

Whether you need a sewer line cleared or require construction plumbing expertise, Spartan Plumbing has the expertise to handle your needs.

Call our office today for more information at (541) 500-1787

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