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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.