Water and Gas Valves

Have you ever decided to change a faucet in your bathroom, only to realize that you don’t know where shut off valves are located? Have you needed to replace your water heater, but the gas line can only be shutoff at the mainline? These are real issues that New Jersey residents have had to put up with. Each of these problems can be solved with adding in the right valve. Team Electric Plumbing & Air has licensed plumbers with years of hands on experience. If you need a valve installed to increase the safety of your home, we can help. Our plumbers understand gas lines, water lines, even pneumatic lines if your home has anything that runs on air. Team Electric Plumbing & Air has the professional expertise you need for all of your New Jersey plumbing problems.

A Valve in the Right Place

We have been in the plumbing business for more than 20 years and we have seen a lot of different problems in homes. One of the most common problems is the lack of valves. This is especially true in older homes. Being able to shut off your waterlines or gas lines with a valve is important. If you have a pipe break, or you have a faucet that needs to be replaced, having valves allow you the ability to turn off the gas or water and make the repair. If you need work on any gas lines, you should always leave that work to a licensed professional. The last thing you want in your home is a gas leak. With Team Electric Plumbing & Air, you are getting the best plumber in the business. We will help you diagnose problems and find the right fix for any plumbing job.

Pipe and Valve Corrosion

If you look under a sink and see a crusty white to green build up on your shut off valves, that is a sign of corrosion. The movement of water sheds electrons, and creates a charge. The resulting electrical charge strips metal ions and deposits them further down the line. That is the corrosion you see on the valves beneath your sink and behind your toilet. If you attempt to turn off a valve, it may lead to leaking that is difficult to stop, and before you know it, you’ll be on your hands and knees late into the night trying frustrated over a situation you can’t control. Corrosion happens faster if the metals in your water system are farther apart on the galvanic scale. Corrosion can be reduced by using plastic fittings, pipe grease, or having the metals in your plumbing system close on the galvanic scale. As the corrosion continues, your pipes and valves can begin to leak. If you notice significant amounts of corrosion, Team Electric Plumbing & Air can replace the valves, pipes and anything else you need. We can use flexible PEX pipes to reduce the amount of demolition, and stand by our work knowing you will be completely satisfied with our work.

Team Electric Plumbing & Air

We are your local experts. Since our plumbers live and work in in New Jersey, they are very familiar with New Jersey code. When we arrive to your home, we make certain that the work is done right. Give us a call at 732-490-1186 and put our years of experience to work for you.