Plumbing Services

Plumbing difficulties are intimdating, and until we experience one for the first time, we never realize how much of our everyday lives depends on the simple movement of water between points A and B.

Morris Heating Air Conditioning & Plumbing is there to fix those problems, making sure your day-to-day routines, whether at work or home, continue unabated.

Need an installation or repair? Call us. We'll have one of our team members out to appraise the situation and get you up and running, leaving you with the confidence of knowing the job was done properly.

Our services include:

  • New Construction Plumbing*
  • Home / Business Gas Test
  • Water / Slab Leaks
  • Bathroom Plumbing
  • Kitchen Plumbing
  • Water Treatment*
  • Water Softeners*
  • Water Filters and RO Units
  • Iron Filters*
  • Clogged Drains
  • Gas & Water Line Repair and Installation
  • Sewer Cleaning / Drain Cleaning & Repair*
  • Sewer and Water Line Service Repair & Replacement*
  • Garbage Disposals
  • Plumbing Fixtures
  • Fixture Change Outs
  • Water Heaters – Tank, Hybrid and Tankless*
  • Commercial Water Heaters
  • Sulfur Water Systems*
  • Pond Water Systems – State Approved*
  • Well Water Systems and Well Pumps*
  • Faucets, Toilets, Tub/Shower Units
  • Bath Remodeling*
  • Special Needs Units*

*Estimates given and approved prior to services rendered.

Plumbing Frequently Asked Questions

How do you fix a toilet that is constantly running?

Why does a plumbing system need a vent?

What factors contribute to a high water bill other than leaking faucets and/or pipes?

How would I know if my toilet leaks? If it is, what should I do?

What should I do if I have a major leak in my home?

What causes plumbing and drainpipes to rattle all the time?

Why does my hot water smell like rotten eggs?

Why does my toilet "sweat" and what can I do?

Why won't water enter the bowl when I try to flush my toilet?

How do I get my toilet tank to stop over flowing?

If my drain is clogged, should I use a chemical drain cleaner before I call a plumber?