Salisbury Plumbing

The licensed plumbers at Salisbury Plumbing have been fixing plumbing problems in Utah County homes and businesses for 15 years.

Who is Salisbury Plumbing?

Our company offers professional and personal plumbing service to all our clients. We are licensed to serve residential and commercial clients all throughout Utah County. We specialize in large and small condo/townhome projects as well as custom homes. We also have our own excavation equipment which enables us to do sewer and water line repairs as well as light landscaping, trampoline digs, or just if you want a hole dug in your yard or a shed ripped to pieces.

Locally Owned and Operated

Anyone who has worked with Salisbury Plumbing knows that customer service and satisfaction come first. Since we’re locally owned and operated, we know the ins and outs of your Utah County home or business. Whether you live in Orem or run a small shop in Provo, our licensed technicians will have the solution to your plumbing needs. We’re proud to be a trusted company throughout the region and strive to uphold our reputation by being up to date on the latest plumbing practices and technology. 

Salisbury Plumbing Service

Here at Salisbury Plumbing, we take pride in our work. We warranty the services we perform, and we stand behind our guaranty. Quality and customer satisfaction are our goals with each service we perform every time.

We will respect your home, wearing shoe covers and using mats or towels as needed to keep messes to a minimum, leaving the property as clean as we found it.

Built on a Foundation of Trust, Service, & Highest Quality

We will fix only what needs fixing, while making you aware of other potential problems we may find with your plumbing system and offer you solutions as preventative measures.
Salisbury Plumbing FAQS


Frequently Asked Questions

Is your toilet overflowing and won’t stop?

If your toilet begins to overflow immediately after a flush, it may be clogged. Immediately stop the flow of the water to minimize water damage. Lift your tank’s lid and hold down the flapper valve (don’t worry, this water is clean). Lift the float that powers the tank fill valve to stop your tank from filling up. Hold these in place for a few minutes to cut off the water supply, allowing the water level to return back to normal. Most importantly, you’ll need to clear the clog, which simply requires a plunger. However, if you can’t clear it yourself, it’s time to call Salisbury Plumbing. 

Do you have a drain in your basement floor that has water coming out of it even when no water is being used?

It’s no secret that moisture collects on the floor, and with your basement being located underground, it’s surrounded by moisture at all times, making your space susceptible to seepage. At Salisbury, we know that the three primary reasons water comes up from the basement floor are due to drain issues, groundwater, and leaking pipes. Sadly, there’s not much you can do about water flowing through the ground and pushing up against your home’s floor and walls. Let our technicians take care of this problem for you. 

Does water spray into your basement when you turn on your garden hose?

It sounds like your hose bib has frozen during the cold months, so you may have a crack in your pipes. This crack is probably narrow enough to prevent water from leaking when there’s no back-pressure, but the second you turn your hose on, this pressure increases and backs into your home. Contact us before a flood or water damage occurs. 

If you flush a toilet upstairs, does the water come up in a floor drain in the basement?

When you run your bathroom sink’s water, your toilet bubbles and gurgles. This bubbling occurs due to air trapped in your plumbing system. We recommend running the water in the sink closest to the toilet for approximately one minute. If your toilet gurgles and the water level inside rises, you may have a clogged sewer line. Our licensed plumbers have dealt with several clogged sewer lines for over a decade, so you can count on us to fix yours.

Eliminating Water Waste

According to an article written by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, more than 10,000 gallons of water are wasted annually due to average household leaks.
Find out more about the facts on leaks and learn how to detect them:

Not sure if you have a leak or not? We can help save precious water from being wasted and might even save you some money on your next water bill. We offer tankless water heaters and boilers with pex pipping to replace traditional copper, galvanized and or other metals. Call our team at Salisbury Plumbing today.

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