Reliable Plumbing Repairs in Sioux Falls
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From a drippy faucet to major repairs, Frisbees will quickly respond to your situation. Plumbing repairs shouldn’t be ignored! While some plumbing issues may seem minor, they could actually be serious emergencies in the making.
Our team of skilled plumbers have been chosen time and time again by homeowners throughout the Sioux Falls area to make plumbing pains go away.
- Water Heater Repair
- Water Heater Installation
- Faucet Repair & Replacement
- Toilet Repair & Replacement
- Leak Detection & Repair
- Sump Pump Repair & Replacement
- Back-Up Sump Pumps
- Tankless Water Heater Repair
(If Installed by Frisbees)
- Tankless Water Heater Installation
- Garbage Disposal Repair & Replacement
- Water Softener Repair
- Water Softener Installation
- Gas Boilers Repairs & Installation **Repairs only on boilers Frisbees has installed**
- Gas Line Installation
- Circulation Pumps
- Hydronic In-Floor Heat
If you don’t see a plumbing service you need addressed, contact us. Chances are we do that too!
Contact Frisbees at (605) 338-6321 to schedule plumbing service or repair in Sioux Falls, Harrisburg, Tea, Brandon or the surrounding area today!
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Plumbing Installation in Sioux Falls
Plumbing fixtures play a vital role for home and business owners, from sinks and toilets to water heaters, faucets and more. In addition to plumbing repair, the team at Frisbee’s can help you get all your plumbing fixtures installed.
You can start by checking out our Sioux Falls showroom to see what different fixtures we offer look like in person. Our plumbers can also help you find the right products if you’re unsure what you need for your bathroom or kitchen.
Whether you’re remodeling your bathroom or kitchen, upgrading your fixtures, or tackling a large commercial project, we have everything you need for a competitive price. Our showroom and website showcase high-quality products for your home, including water heaters, faucets, toilets, and tubs. You can find a standard residential water heater to replace your old unit, but we also have tankless models if you want to upgrade. With professional installation from us, we guarantee that your time and money will be saved.
Thanks to the team of our expert plumbers at Frisbees, you can rest easy knowing your bathroom and kitchen fixtures are installed correctly. We give you even more peace of mind by offering a full one-year warranty on products you purchase from us and have installed.
When to Call Frisbees for Plumbing Services
Calling a professional plumber is always the smart move if you want to save time and do things the right way. Preventing plumbing problems can save you money, time and hassle. If you are experiencing any of the following issues, you should contact us for an assessment.
- Leaks or signs of water damage near fixtures
- Sump pumps not pumping
- Frozen pipes
- No hot water
- Mineral build-up from hard water
- Abnormally high water bills
We look forward to serving you, for all your plumbing needs. Contact our team today.
We run into situations where the water inside the softener and the sides have turned an unappealing brown. Often times, this can be caused by dirty salt being used. It’s not harmful to the unit, but you may want to try and bail out some of that dirty water. Scrub the sides of the softener tank with a toilet brush. Then add some water and try to bail out as much of the dirty water as you can. We also recommend using salt crystals instead of salt pellets.
The best thing to do if you suspect you have hard water is the bring us a sample. Bring a sample into our Showroom, and we can run a hard water test for you. It’s that simple!
First, turn off your water supply at the main shut-off valve. As a homeowner it’s important to know where this is located and educate your family members as well. Second, always contact a professional plumber during emergencies such as this. An experienced plumber can help in finding the source of a major leak.
The is a commonly asked plumbing question. The usual reason is that the flap in the bottom of the tank isn’t sealing shut. Take the top off the tank and flush the toilet while watching the rubber flap. Does it completely close? If not, even though water is entering the tank, some of it is flowing out through the unsealed flap and therefore, the water continues to run because the float ball trigger is never activated to stop the flow since water never reaches the fill line. That is why jiggling the handle works to stop the running. It is attached to the rubber flap with a chain, and jiggling it will reposition the flap so that it may seal more securely.