Residential Plumbing Services in Salt Lake CityCaptain Plumbing is a full-service plumbing company in Salt Lake City. From residential plumbing to rooter cleaning services, we are here to get the job done right the first time. Our service area includes Sandy, Ogden, Provo, West Valley City and the surrounding area.
You can count on the plumbers at Captain Plumbing for water heater services, residential plumbing, drain cleaning and much more. To learn more information about our services, call us at (385) 474-9902.
Contact Us For:
- Plumbing Services
- Drain Cleaning
- Water Heater Services
- Rooter Cleaning
- Pipe Camera Inspection
- Leak Detection
- Pipe Hydro Jetting
- Plumber Root Treatment
- Water Softeners
- Sewer Line Cleaning, Repair and Replacement
Drain Cleaning: All Shapes and Sizes
Small drains are often found in floor drains, connected to bathroom or kitchen sinks, with laundry lines or as part of your toilet or shower setup.
Main drain lines are larger, around three or four inches in diameter.
For commercial lines, you might need to schedule a cleaning for the main line, grease trap or bathrooms on a regular basis.
Depending on the type of drain and size, the Captain has a treasure chest of tools and tricks.
Drain Hydro JettingHydro Jetting is one of the most popular options we have for cleaning drains.
It’s a high pressure stream of water that clears just about everything in its way.
No soap scum, grime buildup or hairball is a match for hydro jetting.
However, for property owners who have chronic clogs—or are just curious—a Camera Special can be added to the plumbing package.
With the camera, you get 200 feet of video footage captured on DVD.
It can help you pinpoint bigger issues.
When it comes to water heaters, there are all types of sizes, makes and models, but our crew is skilled with all of them.
We specialize in the repair and installation of water heaters for both homes and businesses in SLC.
If you’re in the market for a new water heater, we understand that the selection can be overwhelming.
There are conventional models, tankless (also known as demand-type) water heaters, heat pump water heaters, solar models and tankless coil/indirect hot water heaters.
Each type has different upsides depending on your needs and preferences.
For example, conventional water heaters dish out a ready reservoir of hot water, while tankless varieties heat the water on demand.