JMK Contractor has the experience and expertise for all of your plumbing service needs. Established in 2002, we are a locally owned and family operated business based in Miami, FL. Our customer service exceeds all others because we treat each customer like the neighbor that you truly are. Plus, our proximity to many Miami neighborhoods means plumbers are able to get to your home quickly and help with your plumbing service needs efficiently, saving you time and money.
We understand that plumbing is one of the main systems in your home, and when something goes wrong, it can affect the entire household. Our goal is to help protect the things that matter most to you: your family and your home. With JMK Contractor – Miami plumbing services, you’ll know that your children, pets, and loved ones can safely pass through at any time, giving you peace of mind. We use the best products and stay up to date on the latest plumbing solutions. We keep quality and reliability at the forefront of every plumbing repair or installation and treat every home like our very own.
Having general knowledge of how your plumbing system works will help you to diagnose a problem and understand something about what caused it. Some common plumbing services you may need from a licensed plumbing company are these:
While there are many potential reasons for a pipe to suffer stress which would result in bursting flood damage, a break is usually due to one of these situations:
A correct diagnosis of the cause of a burst pipe can help to prevent another burst in the future. Most burst pipes can be patched, but it’s simply a temporary fix. Eventually, a cracked or split section will need to be replaced with a new section of pipe.
If you happen to notice pools of water gathering around your drains, strange and foul odors near the kitchen sink and drains that seem to take forever to drain, you’ve found yourself with a clogged drain. Many clogs are minor and don’t require professional assistance. However, when the problem becomes too much to handle with a plunger, there are other methods:
Slab leaks will undoubtedly require professional assistance. They aren’t visibly noticeable and most likely you don’t have the equipment to find exactly where one could possibly be. When the pipes in either the water or sewer lines under your home break, crack or burst, that is considered a slab leak. It’s important to call a professional plumber when you suspect a possible slab leak. Here are the common signs:
Full-home repiping is where all of the hot and cold water pipes in the entire home are removed and fully replaced. Understandably, thinking about the actual cost and your overall comfort during the process can be a bit daunting. There are several situations where repiping your home is necessary. Here are some of the signs:
Much like the other plumbing problems that arise in the house, the same holds true for the sewer lines. Here are the signs that may lead you to call a professional to come out and get you squared away.
Sewers can sometimes become cracked, punctured or collapsed due to shifting soil or the building settling. They can acquire a “belly” if compressed from above and pushed down which is then at risk of cracking or bursting. Here are some common reasons your sewer line might be at increased risk:
If you are in fact need of sewer repair, you can rest easy knowing the days of digging up your backyard like an excavation site are in the past. With trenchless sewer repair, a professional plumber can easily run a new pipe directly through an older one, so the only horizontal excavation necessary is for the holes at the beginning and end of the pipe.
Sewer Camera Inspection – to help diagnose the exact repairs needed, a sewer camera can be inserted into the pipe and will be able to detect: root intrusion or debris blockage, separated, cracked or leaking pipe joints, deteriorated pipes, and any other visible problems all the way from the street to the house.
If your toilet is broken, uncomfortable, outdated or just plain ugly, calling a professional plumber to replace or repair is always the smart move. The signs that indicate a broken toilet are similar to any other plumbing problems: leaking, constant running, foul odor, etc. In addition to providing a better bathroom experience, replacing or repairing your toilet can reduce your water usage by nearly one gallon per flush, which can drastically reduce water and waste costs.
With water heaters being a central part of your plumbing system, it’s understandable that when it isn’t working it can cause quite a disruption to your entire household. While it’s possible to work your way through some of the minor water heater problems you may encounter, you’ll definitely want to call a professional plumber for major work. Some signs that your water heater needs repair are:
If you have a particularly stubborn clog, plumbers have several specialized tools that can destroy clogs quickly. If you’re not able to do a DIY fix or the problem has become too severe, call a professional plumber out to quickly get everything back in working order.
If you find yourself questioning the quality of your water, a new filtration system might be necessary. There are two kinds of water filtration systems: point-of-use system and point-of-entry system. Point of use would generally be installed under the sink, while a point of entry system would be installed in a basement. A point of entry system will filter all water that comes into the house, while a point of use system is for a specific water supply.
Calcium, magnesium, and certain other metals in your water would cause it to be “hard”. Water softening is when you remove the metal cations which can lead to limescale buildup and galvanic corrosion. Getting a water softener installed will make sure you have the right chemistry in your water supply and you won’t have to deal with the buildup in your shower head and sink fixtures.
Since major renovations in bathrooms would involve water, it is always best to have a professional plumber involved. They will be able to assist with moving water supplies and creating an efficient design that saves water and keeps you clean and comfortable.
Backflow is the reversal of the flow of water in your home or when water mixes with other undesirable substances into the distribution pipes of the potable water system. What that means is that it’s possible for water pressures to change in a way that would cause the contents of your indoor system or irrigation system to leak back into the public water supply possibly carrying bacteria or other contaminants. Most homes will have a backflow preventer installed in their home plumbing, but it is possible for them to fail or wear out.
With almost two decades of service in Miami, Miami Beach and surrounding areas. Our team understands that your plumbing system never fails at a convenient time, which is why we are here to help when you need us. We offer same-day plumbing services Monday – Saturday. We are also available for routine maintenance appointments. Know what to expect and enjoy peace of mind by getting to know your team of Miami plumbing service experts beforehand.