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Josh's Plumbing

Family owned plumbing business built on lasting quality and transparent pricing.
 (720) 837-1729  

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About Josh's Plumbing Services

Local plumbing and drain specialists with 5 years of experience. Family-owned business offering affordable, transparent services. We explain problems in simple terms and answer all your questions until you're confident. No upselling or unclear pricing. Stress-free plumbing services!

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If my photos are useful to you, consider a donation. Paypal: jonaskakaroto@yahoo.com.brby Jonas Kakaroto

Josh was a pleasure to work with. He's very knowledgeable, friendly, and does excellent work. He's going to be our go to plumber going forward and we look forward to working with him again. 10/10 recommend!

Akme L.
Denver Co.
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Josh, did a super job! He is the plumber to call if you have anything that has any issues or needs to be replaced. I highly recommend him, matter of fact I am recommending him to family and neighbors.

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With the insane prices of labor these days, Josh is one of the last honest folks around. Fast, efficient and most important FAIR pricing. He’s great. HIGHLY recommend!

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Frequently Asked Question

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Why is my water pressure so low?
Here are the possible reasons for low water pressure:
  • Partially closed water valve
  • Malfunctioning pressure regulator
  • Clogged pipes or mineral deposits
  • Leaks in the plumbing system
  • Issues with the water main
  • High water usage demand
If the problem persists, consult Josh's Plumbing Services for assistance.
Why does my toilet sould like its filling up with water consistently?
If your toilet constantly sounds like it's filling up with water, it could be due to a faulty fill valve or a problem with the flapper valve. Here's a summary:- Faulty fill valve: The fill valve may be worn or not functioning correctly, causing it to continuously allow water to flow into the tank. - Flapper valve issues: A worn or improperly sealing flapper valve can cause water to leak from the tank into the bowl, triggering the fill valve to keep refilling the tank. To address these problems: - Adjust the fill valve if possible. - Clean or replace the flapper valve to ensure a proper seal. If the issue persists, consult Josh's Plumbing Services for further assistance.
How do I repair a dripping faucet?
Repairing a dripping faucet can help save water and prevent further damage. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to repair a dripping faucet:
  • Gather the necessary tools: You'll need an adjustable wrench, screwdrivers (both flathead and Phillips), a replacement cartridge or washer (depending on the type of faucet), and plumber's tape (thread seal tape).
  • Turn off the water supply: Locate the shutoff valve under the sink or near the faucet and turn it clockwise to shut off the water supply. If you can't find a dedicated shutoff valve, you may need to shut off the main water supply to your home temporarily.
  • Plug the drain: Use a cloth or sink plug to cover the drain. This prevents small parts from falling into the drain while you're working.
  • Determine the faucet type: Faucets can be either cartridge, ceramic disk, or compression types. Identify the type of faucet you have to ensure you use the correct repair method and replacement parts.
  • Disassemble the faucet: Remove the handle of the faucet by unscrewing the decorative cap or cover, and then unscrew the handle itself. Use a screwdriver to remove any additional retaining screws if necessary.
  • Replace the faulty parts: Depending on the faucet type, you may need to replace a cartridge, ceramic disk, or washer. Take out the old part and replace it with a new one of the same type. Follow any specific instructions provided with the replacement part.
  • Reassemble the faucet: Put the faucet back together in the reverse order of disassembly. Make sure all the parts fit snugly and the handle is securely fastened.
  • Turn on the water supply: Slowly turn on the water supply by turning the shutoff valve counterclockwise. Check for any leaks around the repaired faucet.
  • Test the faucet: Turn on the faucet to check if it's no longer dripping. If the dripping persists, double-check that the replacement part is installed correctly or consider consulting a plumber for further assistance.Remember, if you're unsure about any step or encounter difficulties during the repair process, it's always recommended to seek the help of a Josh's Plumbing Services.
Why is there water coming in my basement near me outside hose faucet pipe?
If you're experiencing water coming into your basement near the outside hose faucet pipe, it could be due to a few possible reasons:
  • Leaking faucet or pipe: Check for any visible leaks around the hose faucet or the pipe connected to it. A leaking faucet or pipe can allow water to seep into the basement. Tighten any loose connections or consider replacing a faulty faucet or pipe. This often happens when the weather freezes quickly and the pipe is pitched incorrectly. This can cause a lot of interior water damage if not taken care of immediately!
  • Improper sealing: The area around the hose faucet pipe may not be properly sealed. Inspect the sealant or caulking around the pipe penetration through the wall or foundation. If there are gaps or deteriorated sealant, water can find its way into the basement. Reapply sealant or caulking as needed to ensure a watertight seal.
  • Drainage issues: If there is inadequate drainage or improper grading around the exterior of your house, water can accumulate near the foundation and seep into the basement. Ensure that the ground slopes away from your home, directing water away from the foundation. Consider improving the drainage system by installing downspout extensions or French drains.
  • Cracks in the foundation: Inspect your basement walls and foundation for any cracks or gaps. Water can penetrate through these openings and enter your basement. Depending on the severity of the cracks, you may need to consult a professional to repair and seal them properly.
  • High groundwater level: In some cases, a high water table or excessive groundwater can cause water to seep into basements. If you live in an area with a high water table, it may be necessary to install a sump pump or consider other waterproofing measures to keep the water out.If you're unable to identify or resolve the issue on your own, it's advisable to consult Josh's Plumbing Services to assess the situation and recommend appropriate solutions for your specific situation.
Signs my water heater needs to be replaced?
There are several signs that indicate your water heater may need to be replaced. Here are some common signs to look out for:
  • Age of the water heater: The typical lifespan of a water heater is around 8 to 12 years. If your water heater is reaching or exceeding this age range, it may be nearing the end of its lifespan and should be considered for replacement.
  • Lack of hot water or insufficient hot water: If you consistently experience a decrease in hot water supply or if the water doesn't get as hot as it used to, it could be a sign that your water heater is failing.
  • Rusty or discolored water: If you notice rusty or discolored water when you run hot water from your taps, it may indicate that the interior of your water heater tank is deteriorating. This is a clear sign that your water heater is likely in need of replacement.
  • Strange noises: Unusual noises, such as rumbling, popping, or banging sounds coming from your water heater, can indicate sediment buildup inside the tank. Excessive sediment can reduce the efficiency and lifespan of the unit.
  • Leaks or puddles around the water heater: Visible leaks or puddles around the water heater are a clear sign of a problem. It could indicate a leak from the tank or a faulty valve. If repairs are not possible or the leaks are recurrent, replacing the water heater may be necessary.
  • Increased energy bills: An aging or inefficient water heater can lead to increased energy consumption, resulting in higher energy bills. If you notice a significant and unexplained increase in your energy costs, your water heater may be inefficient and due for replacement.
  • Frequent repairs: If you find yourself frequently calling for repairs on your water heater, it may be more cost-effective to replace the unit altogether, especially if it's an older model.
If you observe one or more of these signs, it's recommended to consult Josh's Plumbing Services to assess your specific situation and advise you on whether a replacement is necessary.