Home Plumbing Services in Memphis TN
High water bills? Call us! We can help with leak detection and piping replacement. Our professional plumbers cover all kinds of plumbing work from small ones to big ones.
Why Choose Us For Residential Plumbing?
If you’re looking for emergency plumbing repairs, new installations or scheduled plumbing maintenance, rest assured National Economy Plumbers will accommodate you with an expert and most professional plumbing service available for your residence in the Greater Memphis area.
We have been proudly serving the Memphis area for over 75 years with excellent residential plumbing services. Our mission is to provide a safe and effective water source to all of the family’s we serve in the Mid-South.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does National Economy Plumbers offer a warranty?
Yes, we do! National Economy Plumbers offer a one year warranty on all labor and parts we provide you.
What should I do in the event of leak or flood?
The first thing you should do in case of a leak or flood is to turn off the water supply to the whole house. You can do this by going to the main shutoff valve which is usually located on an outside wall or in your basement. After doing this, contact us as soon as possible for an emergency repair.
Why do my pipes rattle and make noise all the time?
The rattling noises you hear from your pipes are caused by water hammers, loosely mounted pipes or even high water pressure. These noises are sure signs that your pipes need fixing. This is the best time to contact professional plumbers like National Economy Plumbers to avoid the problem from getting worse.
I have a dripping faucet, what can I do?
A leaky faucet can be annoying and can cost you money. It’s fairly easy to fix a dripping faucet. First, you need to turn off the water supply, plug the sink’s drain, and replace the faucet with a new one. You can also contact us and we’ll take care of it for you.
What should I do to prepare for the plumber?
If your home needs some plumbing work done, here are some tips to make it ready for the plumber visit:
- Clear the Area
Make sure that the work area is free from furniture or any personal belongings that could be damaged or cause a delay in the work to be done. Give the plumber enough space for the tools and easy access to the main water line. Ensure that there are ventilation and light to keep the work safe and efficient.
- Check for Other Plumbing Concerns
Check for any other possible plumbing issues and let the plumber know all about them. This will save you time and money as it can limit the plumber visit to a bare minimum. It’s also a good idea to prevent minor concerns from becoming major problems.
- Keep Small Children and Pets Out
For their safety and that of the plumber, don’t let small children and pets into the work area. This will keep the plumber focused and able to move freely to do the job.