Custom Residential Home Plumbing

Broken plumbing fixtures in custom homes require repair from plumbers who know that not all houses have the same type of pipes. We can help.

Custom Residential Home Plumbing in Utah County

If you’re building a custom home in Utah County, you’ll need to install a high-quality plumbing system. As you search for a plumbing contractor, here are a few questions you should ask:

Having a high-quality water heater and fixtures is vital for your custom home to stay in top shape, as is understanding the warranties involved. This information is easy to find out by having an open conversation with your plumbing contractor. At Salisbury Plumbing, we pride ourselves in transparency and being straightforward about our plumbing projects.

Salisbury Plumbing Specializes in Custom Residential Home Plumbing

One of the most important factors to consider when it comes to residential plumbing is deciding the type of material to use. Our experts generally use a mixture of the three primary plumbing materials for custom home work, which includes:

A plumber who only knows how to work on non-custom home projects is in an entirely different ballpark than an expert on custom homes. These houses have special rough-ins, high-end plumbing fixtures, radiant heat boiler systems, among other intricate plumbing that only a custom home plumber can handle.

The Salisbury Plumbing team knows that custom homes aren’t cookie-cutter. We service Lehi, Utah, and the surrounding area and offer 24-hour emergency services. We also provide discounts to senior citizens, police officers, and teachers.

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If it’s water heaters, back flow prevention, or pressure reducing valves to burst pipes, leaky faucets, and toilets, we can fix it. No matter if your plumbing needs are large or small, our licensed professionals have seen it all. And with our free, no obligation estimates and upfront pricing, you’ll never be hit with sticker shock.

Many expensive repairs can be avoided with a bit of preventative maintenance. Slow or stubborn drains have build-up inside them which are very acidic. This kind of build-up (called sludge) will rot your pipe from the inside out over time, leaving you with a broken drain. At this point, the only thing to do is to replace it. This usually means cutting up your floor and digging down to the rotten pipe. These repairs are labor intensive and can be time-consuming, leaving you without use of your facilities while the repair takes place. By walking into your facility and asking you a few questions, we can tailor a custom preventative maintenance program specifically for your needs and budget.

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