Best Residential Plumber Near Fort Lauderdale, FL
At John The Plumber, we have always had our customers' best interests at heart and will continue to do so. We understand that life is extremely busy in Fort Lauderdale, FL. That's why we make it our mission to prioritize your needs with quick and efficient plumbing service. We've been providing plumbing services for local families for over 40 years! You know that your family is in good hands with our family-owned business.
Quality Home Plumbing Solutions Around Fort Lauderdale, FL
No matter what issue you may be dealing with, our team of experienced plumbers is here to help:
Whatever plumbing problem you face, we are here to handle it. With such a long history of providing quality service in this community, our track record speaks for itself; so see what your neighbors are saying and then call 954-781-4823 for John The Plumber!
When it comes to getting your plumbing right the first time, let us show you how it's done.
On average, the cost can range from $150 to $500. Simple clogs that require snaking or hydro jetting may fall on the lower end of the range, while more complex clogs or extensive sewer line cleaning may be on the higher end. Additional costs may apply if there are damaged pipes or the need for camera inspections. To get an accurate cost estimate, it's advisable to contact local plumbing professionals who can assess the situation and provide a detailed quote.
There are several signs that can indicate a clogged main sewer line. First, multiple drains in your home may be slow to empty or completely backed up. You might also notice gurgling sounds coming from drains or toilets when using water elsewhere in the house. Unpleasant odors, especially near drains or in the basement, can also be a sign. Additionally, if you experience frequent toilet backups or water backups in the lowest drains of your home, it could indicate a clog in the main sewer line. If you suspect a clog, it's best to contact a professional plumber to perform an inspection and provide appropriate solutions.
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Very satisfied customer
Greier - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Jason arrived early and did great job of a mess of a problem at the house with an old broken valve. He was able to replace valve and kept the shower working
Santos - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Jason is very knowledgeable and helpful. Accommodating and easy to deal with.
Zucker - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
SZ - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Very good and timely!
Fodness - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Will was great, informative, and did the job! Thank you for your prompt service!
Drew - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Joe Berg is very diligent, honest, trustworthy and exceptionally capable of handling any plumbing issue he is entrusted with.
"On time and ready to work"
Skoda - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
I had an old main entrance water shut of valve replaced today with a new up to code ball shut off valve, along with a leaky sink fixed today in less than 2 hours. I am very pleased with John the Plumber and their technicians.
Ramirez - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Palmesano - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
He is always able to help and fix my plumbing problems the least expensive way possible.
Ramirez - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Joe the plumber was great
Santos - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
Super helpful and great customer service
Eskew - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Jason and Will were excellent. Jason sold me on the membership when he said we like to build relationships. I will definitely refer everyone I know because of this experience. I was referred by David Caruana. He also had an excellent experience. Word of mouth referrals are the way to go. Thank you for your excellence.
Pine - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Excellent plumber, very professional and pleasant
Sgalla - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
Thompson - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Gagne - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Excellent. First rate. From the moment I called until he walked out the door - excellent.
Camacho - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Jeff M - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
I'm so happy.
Skoda - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
On time. Very knowledgeable technician. Diagnosed the problem. New part was on the truck. Hot water in the shower. Good job.
Luis Ramirez - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Jason job was excellent, he kept us informed at every step, and the new faucet is working perfectly.
Response from John the Plumber:
We're so glad you had a positive experience with us. Thank you for your kind words and support.
Sulich - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Excellent and reliable
Masel - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Murphy - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Joe and Vince were excellent! We are optimistic problem will be solved on your next visit. Excellent customer service! You have gained a new customer!
Smith - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Adam was the best,very professional and knowledgeable Will use John the Plumber again
Gipps - Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Adam is polite and knowledgeable…answered questions I had on my new tankless water heater installed recently. Worked quickly and no mess. Will continue to use.
Installed a main valve in the closet that the laundry connections are at. I opened the drywall so the new valve can be installed. We will also be replacing both washing machine bibs for the laundry connections as well. Only charging for one bib and the second one will be installed at no charge. I also cut the copper drain line for the laundry so the hole in the wall can be patched. All materials are included. Tested all new fittings for proper function and checked all for any leaks as well. We are not responsible for patching any drywall.
I came out today for a hot water issue on the south side of the house. The lavatory and shower are only getting lukewarm. The rest of the house has hot water. The house is a 2 bedroom house, and has a rianni 180,000 btu natural gas tankless heater. I called tech support and we diagnosed the heater and the heater is operating the way it should. I will be speaking with my owners to see what can be causing this issue.
Upon arrival customer opened the door and I could immediately smell an unpleasant odor. The customer informed me that she just had her disposal replaced. When I inspected under the sink everything looked properly installed. The customer asked if the smell could be the building’s issue. I can’t say for sure but I assume that there may be a cracked kitchen stack drain line. The building may be contacting us.
Upon arrival customer showed me to the master bathroom where the tub drain was leaking and then he showed me to the tiki hut bar and informed me that he had a dock line leak somewhere underneath the bar. I gave the customer a quote for leak detection and he agreed. I started by cutting a hole in the wall behind the tub drain and overflow and that’s where I could see water coming from the tub drain. While I was doing that I had my apprentice start digging and pulling up pavers looking for the dock line leak. I quoted the customer on replacing the tub drain and he agreed. After replacing the tub drain my apprentice found the leak. I quoted the customer on repairing the 1/2” pvc dock line and he agreed. After doing the pvc repair I waited for the glue to dry and turned the water on to test for leaks. No leaks.
I came out today to adjust the temperature on the water heater we installed 5 months ago to 130 degrees so the homeowner can have more hot water.
I came out today because there was low water pressure on the left side of the house. After further investigation by walking around the left side of the house. I found a ball valve located behind a small shed that was shut off. When I turned it back on the water pressure was normal again, and everything is working good.
When I arrived there was a leak underneath the lavatory in the hallway bathroom. After further investigation I found that the leak was coming from the hot side supply line. I replaced both supply lines with new braided stainless steel supply lines, and turned the water on to test for leaks. The are no longer any leaks.
Install customer provided grohe outdoor shower. Will install hot and cold valves in laundry room and route lines to shower location, block wall way need to be opened to install hardware. Will provide an acess panel for future maintenance if wanted ( includes two visits , no permits, no major patching) will move dryer exhaust as a courtesy.
Heaters are from 2004 and cannot be serviced, estimate includes flush valves, heaters, and any reworking of water supply and venting lines.
After taking the shower trim off I saw that the shower valve was very old and had a small leak on the hot side. I recommend replacing the old shower valve with a new moen shower valve and trim kit. I went ahead and replaced it. Everything is working good and there are no leaks.
Upon arrival the customer explained that he was having an issue with the water backing up into the kitchen sink when running the washing machine. We informed him of the price and proceeded to clear the clog via snaking it through the vent stack located on the roof.
I came out today 11/27 to install a new 50 gallon medium rheem water heater, along with a new quarter turn ball valve. After I installed the new heater, and turned the power back on the heater is heating up.
Arrived to the job with John and Dave to go over solutions for removing camera head stuck in drain line and possibly replacing the rest of the existing cast iron.
Upon arrival the homeowner stated he would like the washing machine connections changed but we found that there is no main valve. We need to schedule with the building to return Wednesday at 9am to get the work done. No charge today.
I came out today to look at the water heater that was leaking from the hot side supply line. I put a new supply line on. I will be back Monday to replace the water heater, with a new 40 gallon medium rheem water heater.
I came out today to install a customer supplied toilet in the master bathroom. I installed the toilet and it is nice and tight. I flushed the toilet a few times to make sure everything was flushing good. I was unable to install the new emergency stop because the old emergency stop is threaded on galvanized pipe.
Upon arrival the customer showed me to a bathroom where he was having water back up in the shower and also in the toilet. I ran the sink and confirmed that there was a clog. We then snaked the line through the vent stack on the roof and ran 105 feet of k60 cable and were able to clear the clog.
Upon arrival the customer stated that there was a clog and showed me where an existing clean out was located. I opened the cap to said clean out and discovered standing water in it. I used the k60 and ran 75 feet of cable and was able to clear the clog.
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I went on the roof and ran 45 feet of k-60 through the kitchen stack to clear the stoppage. After I cleared the stoppage I filled the sink up and let it drain. Everything is draining good.
Upon arrival, customer showed me to the master bathroom where his bathroom was stopped up. He informed me that he would like to pull the toilet to run the sewer machine because last time we got our cable stock going from the roof. I gave the customer a price to pull and reset the toilet to clear the stoppage. Customer asked how much it would be if he pulled the toilet himself. customer decided to pull the toilet himself so that I could run my sewer machine, I ran all 75 feet of K 60 cable with a funnel head to clear the stoppage. I then put the camera down the drain and got the camera stuck. I had another technician come out to help me locate where the camera was stuck after locating where the camera was stuck we attempted to pull the camera out and that’s when the camera line snapped. We will be back Friday to try to attempt to get the camera head removed
Came out today to diagnose a clogged drain for the laundry room. We took off the hose from the hose bib and stuck a new hose on the bib and down the drain running full pressure of hot water for over 5 minutes and there was not a single drainage issue. We ran water threw out the unit ensuring there were no more issues or clogs and I explained to the customer that there has to be some sort of appliance issue and I recommend an appliance guy to come and evaluate the washer because the plumbing side of this is working perfectly fine and has been tested extensively.
Upon arrival, the homeowner stated that he wanted us to hook up a wet bar, a water filtration system, and an ice maker. We installed 2 emergency stops then hung the water filter in the cabinet, after finishing hooking up the supply lines we installed the basket strainer in the sink and installed the sink. After finishing the sink installation I hooked up the tubular p-trap. We then turned on the water and purged the system of air, checked all fittings for leaks.
Upon arrival customer showed me to the kitchen where she has sewer flies. I quoted the customer on a leak detection, camera evaluation, as well as a waste arm replacement. Customer will call us back when she is ready to move forward with the job.
On arrival, customer showed me to the master bathroom where the pop-up assembly was broken. While I was looking under the sink, I saw that she had a very old P-trap and old emergency angle stops. I gave the customer multiple options on what I could do for her. Customer chose the gold option because she wanted it all replaced. When I went to go shut the water off to the home that’s when I realize that she had an old gate valve. I gave a customer a quote to replace that with a new ball valve, and the customer agreed. Started with the work under the bathroom sink and after that, I moved on to the new main valve turned the water on to test for leaks. No leaks.