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Plumbing Services

Neffsville Plumbing & Heating Services offers a full line of water quality treatment options and expertise to our customers in Lancaster County, PA. We guarantee same-day emergency service and 100% satisfaction. We have GPS units on fully stocked trucks that are dispatched 24/7 in Lancaster County.

Some of the services we offer:

  • Up-front price quote
  • Complete bathroom remodeling
  • Water and sewer installation and repairs
  • Softener installation and repairs
  • Water treatment/ purification systems
  • Well/cistern pump service and installations
  • Sewer and drain clean
  • Video inspection of lines (location of lines)
  • Water heater and garbage disposal installation
    and repairs
  • Sewage ejection systems/control panel repairs
  • Expansion and backflow installation and repairs
  • Underground leak detection and location services

We have solutions to the following water problems:

  • Hard water – Can cause unsightly white stains on your fixtures or pipe and water heater leakage
  • Acidic water – Eats at your piping and fixtures causing leaks and property damage
  • Water with iron – Noticeable orange and red stains on your fixtures and clothing (after washing); has a metallic taste
  • Foul smelling water – The solution to this problem varies depending upon whether it is in your cold water, hot water, or both.
  • Dirty cloudy water – Deposits lying in the bottom of your toilet tank; can also be seen when drawing water from your tap.
  • Bacteria contamination – confirmed by performing certain tests which indicate or deny the presence of coliform bacteria. This would be on well systems and needs to be tested every year.
  • Green staining – often noticed in sinks and toilet bowls; hard to remove
  • Brown or black staining – often noticed on sinks and toilets; hard to remove
  • Chlorine tasting water – Easily treated and removed through filtration methods
  • Low or high pressure situations – Most often can be corrected through mechanical means