Expert Plumbing Services in New Castle, Pennsylvania

Plumbing maintenance

Attempting home projects or renovations sounds fun, but typically it’s a good idea to call in the experts. Whether you are having problems with your current plumbing system, or you're making some additions and changes, our experts at Central Heating & Plumbing can help you out.

Even the simplest plumbing problem can turn into a larger issue or continue to be an issue if it isn’t appropriately resolved. We realize the impact it can have on your daily life, which is why we provide a one stop shop for all your plumbing repair or installation needs.


Plumbing Repair and Installation Services

In Your Bathroom

  • New shower, sink, tub, toilet and faucet installation
  • Toilet repairs
  • Leaking showers, sinks, toilets and faucets
  • Clogged drains and toilets

In Your Kitchen/Laundry Room

  • New sinks, faucets, and laundry tubs
  • Appliance hook-ups
  • Garbage disposal replacements and installation
  • Drain clogs/slow drains
  • Leak repairs

Hot Water

  • Water heater repairs
  • New water heaters
  • Tankless water heaters
  • Boiler repairs

Drains & Sewers

  • Drain and sewer clogs
  • Sewer line repairs
  • New lines, and city sewer lateral connections
  • Sump Pumps
  • Sewer line video inspections

Water Lines

  • New water lines
  • Leak locating
  • Pipe repairs
  • Copper re-pipes
  • Hose bibs
  • Backflow Prevention testing, repair and installation 

12 Indications You Need a Plumber

Some plumbing challenges, such as a leaking pipe, are straightforward. A few aren’t as prominent but have the potential to impose a lot of wreckage in your house.

While you may attempt to mend some of these plumbing issues alone, you could result making them worse in most cases. Expert plumbers have undertaken specialized training and hold much hands-on skills.

Listed are a some issues that require the expertise of a local plumber like Central Heating & Plumbing.

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Water Drips

1. Broken Pipes

In the cold season, water can freeze in your pipes and cause the pipes to break. A broken pipe can cause flooding and considerable water damage in your house if it’s not repaired promptly.

If you have found a burst pipe, the first step is to turn off your home’s water supply. You’ll do this at the main water shutoff valve, which is commonly located in your utility room. Twisting the lever clockwise will stop the water.

Then reach out to us at 724-401-1843 now. If it’s behind a partition, in your yard or below your property’s foundation, we’ll be able to uncover the broken pipe and fix it fast.

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2. Water Fees Are Piling Up

If you aren’t using additional water than typical and your fee duplicates, there’s a good likelihood you have a leak. Occasionally your bill will increase a little. It’s harder to detect but will usually become more noticeable as the leak gets bigger.

It could be hard to locate a water leak without expert service. However you can check your water meter to find out if the leak is indoors or outdoors.

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3. Mildew is Developing on Walls, Ceilings or Floors

A little bit of fungus is normal in hot rooms like bathrooms. However it’s not common to discover sizable sums accumulating on a non-shower wall, the ceiling or on baseboards, especially if these spaces feel flexible to the touch.

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4. Walls, Ceiling or Floors are Damaged

A dripping pipe can cause walls, ceilings and floors to feel squishy or sag. It can also give notice to water blemishes on surfaces.

These issues can occur in areas with substandard ventilation or high humidity. However it is incredibly hard if you are encountering other signs of a dripping pipe, like mold or musty smells.

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5. Mildew Smell

Sitting water can make a room smell like mildew. If the room also has wet walls or floors, you possibly have a water issue.

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Different Plumbing Concerns

6. Backflow Inside Your Sink or Toilet

Your fixtures can back up sewer water and cause disrepair when the water pressure lowers in your house. This could be caused by a broken backflow preventer, sewer line deterioration or other local complications. Reach out to our experts at 724-401-1843 at the first sign of backflow and our experts will get it fixed fast.

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7. Water Pressure is Scarce

A few items can be the issue when your water pressure is low. There could be a clog in your toilet. It can also be caused by a malfunctioning hot water tank or a broken pipe.

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8. There’s Never Much Hot Water

If you have a boiler with a tank, it has a finite space for hot water. If you’re experiencing frigid water when you haven’t used much hot water, something may be wrong. Your water heater could be not watertight, malfunctioning or need to be replaced.

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9. Sink or Shower Empties Slowly

An obstruction is most likely to blame when your sink or shower drains too slowly. We’ll use a custom instrument similar to a drain snake to break it up and get your fittings draining efficiently again.

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10. Toilet Keeps Running

If your toilet’s tank seal is broken, it will signal the tank to continue refilling. A toilet that continues refilling can rapidly drive up your water fees.

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11. Water is Rusty

Your water should be clear.

Don’t fret if it comes out cloudy once in a while, as this typically just means there’s air in the water reserve. If you discover particles settling at the bottom of your glass, we suggest you have your boiler examined.

Water that’s any other color can be dangerous to your well-being. Below are some circumstances that may cause your water to be discolored:

  • Brown, red or yellow—This is usually from a water main break in your area. It can also mean your pipes are deteriorated.
  • Green or blue—This is especially serious, as it means your pipes are most likely decaying. Your water may taste metallic or acrid due to a high concentration of copper or lead. Long-term intake has been associated with to major health problems in individuals, such as intestinal illnesses, cancer and seizures.

If you’re observing off-color water or grime in your water, call us at 724-401-1843 and our experts will identify the problem.

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12. Pipes are Making Loud Bangs

It isn’t usual to hear knocking sounds in your plumbing units while running water. This means your pipes can be insecure or might be close to dripping.

Plumbing Updates and Plumbing Installation Services You Can Depend On

At Central Heating & Plumbing, we offer plumbing mends and installation services that you can rely on. We’re here to help, so connect with us at 724-401-1843 when you want expert whole-house plumbing services quickly.

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