Residential Plumbing

Green Plumbing Solutions provides Residential Plumbing Services to keep your pipes and fixtures in top condition.

Whether you need a leak stopped, toilet fixed, or faucets upgraded, we have the solution for your kitchen, bathroom, and other home plumbing projects.

Our expert plumbers offer the following services. If what you need isn’t listed here, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Whether we do the work ourselves or refer you to a specialist, we’ll do whatever we can to make sure you get exactly what you need.

General

  • Troubleshooting
  • Water Heaters
  • Water Softeners
  • Drain Repair & Maintenance
  • Filtration Systems
  • Leak Detection & Repair
  • Burst Pipes
  • Gas Line & Pipe Installation
  • Gas Leaks
  • Recirculation Pumps
  • Washing Machine Hoses
  • Expansion Tanks
  • Water Control
  • Pressure Reducing Valves
  • Flood Protection
  • Remodeling
  • Whole House Re-Pipes
  • Plumbing Inspections & Reports

Bathrooms

  • Sinks, Drains, & Faucets
  • Cartridge Replacement
  • Toilet Installations & Repair
  • Toilet Clog & Auger Services
  • Bidets
  • Showers
  • Tubs

Kitchens

  • Sinks, Drains, & Faucets
  • Cartridge Replacement
  • Garbage Disposals
  • Ice Makers & Refrigerator Lines
  • Instant Hot Water Dispensers
  • Water Filters
  • Dishwasher Installation

Exterior

Sink Drain

Toilet Costing You Some Money?

How out of date is your toilet? If your current toilet was produced earlier than 2016, it’s probably using way too much water and driving up your bill. Most dated toilets use 3.5 gallons of per flush (gpf), and toilets from just a few years ago still use 1.6 gpf.

In 2016, Colorado passed a law requiring compliance with the 1.28 gpf federal WaterSense standards. These new, low-flow toilets deliver the same flushing strength as old 3.5 and 1.6 gpf models and can save Colorado 13 billion gallons of water every year! There’s no requirement to swap out your old toilets, but it’s worthwhile if you’re looking to save on your water bill and conserve Colorado’s most precious resource. And if you’re installing a new toilet, you won’t find anything greater than 1.28 gpf in Colorado, but you won’t miss all that extra water (and money) just going down the drain.

Dual flush toilets are also an environmentally friendly option. These toilets use just 0.9 gallons to flush liquid waste and 1.6 gallons to effectively flush solid waste. Some newer models reduce water use even further by using 0.8 and 1.28 gallons per flush.


Running Toilets

If you notice water running in your toilet tank for prolonged stretches after a flush, your toilet is leaking. It is dumping water down the overflow tube and losing as many as 200 gallons of water everyday. Frequently, the culprit is a fatigued flapper or fill valve. Quit jiggling the handle and call Green Plumbing Solutions. Odds are you’ll save enough money on your upcoming few water payments to pay for the rate of the plumbing repair.


Clogs

Is there a more hopeless experience than the moment a toilet does not flush? Water springs up inside the bowl and begins spilling onto the ground as extreme stress sets in. If a toilet calls for plunging on a routine basis, there’s probability a obstruction in the trap or farther down the drainpipe. It might even be a sign of a even larger predicament farther down the sewer line. We’re specialists at dealing with clogged toilets.


Showers and Tubs

The latest bathrooms boast a number of shower and tub models. The majority are classic tub & shower combos, while others are elaborate with a wide variety of water jets, shower heads, and faucet patterns. Green Plumbing Solutions’ licensed plumbing specialists are masters of all shower repairs, bathtub drain repairs, water pressure challenges, and installations/replacements. We are the industry experts to call up for your bathroom plumbing help.


Faucets

Do you know how to turn off the water supply if your faucet cracks? It happens. Faucets break, at times violently, and water will spray across the wall and flooring. Don’t worry! You can stop the water yourself right away, before scheduling a repair.

Look under the sink for the water shut-off valves. There will be a cold water shut-off valve coupled with a hot water shut-off valve. They’re usually chrome with a smallish oval valve handle. Turn the handles clockwise until the water stops pouring from of the faucet. Occasionally, water shut-off valves get stuck from infrequent use. If it won’t move, get a pair of pliers and carefully turn the knob backwards and forwards- Eventually, the rubber seat on the inside will loosen. Do not strain it all at one time or it could break and bring about even larger plumbing problems. If the valve spins readily and will not turn the internal seat, tighten the set screw on the face and try again.

If you can’t turn off the water with the valve under the sink, you can use shut-off valve on your water main instead. This valve shuts off the water supply for your entire home, and it’s wise to know where it is before you need it in an emergency. Once the water is stopped, call Green Plumbing Solutions.