Water Heaters/Softeners & RO’s

Water Heaters

One of the most important pieces of equipment in your home is your hot water heater. It provides reliable heated water for your family throughout the year, ensuring you always have what you need to take a nice hot shower, wash clothes, or do the dishes. So, when your hot water heater stops working or you notice a drop off in the capacity in your system, it may be time for repairs or replacement.

In order to keep your water heater operating efficiently, Pipe Monkey Plumbing recommends having your water heater maintenance on a regular basis. Regular maintenance will help to improve the efficiency and longevity of your water heater for years.

Water heater maintenance includes but is not limited to:

  • Flushing and draining the tank and washing out sediment
  • Testing the temperature-pressure-release
  • Checking the anode rod which helps prevent the inside of the tank from rusting out
  • Making sure the tank is properly insulated
  • Checking for any lose parts or leaks

Regardless of what problems you have with your hot water supply, contact Pipe Monkey Plumbing for immediate assistance. Our team of highly trained technicians will walk you through the process of choosing a maintenance plan or new hot water system for your home. We work with all types of water heaters from Tankless, Electric and Gas (Natural and LP)

Water Treatment Systems

The modern home is filled to the brim with systems designed to maintain comfortable temperatures and keep unwanted contaminants out of the air, but homeowners often forget or simply ignore the dangers that may lurk in their water. Yet, water treatment is one of the easiest and most effective ways to keep you and your family safe from unwanted pathogens.

However choosing a good water treatment system isn’t always easy. There are many options on the market, ranging in size and quality and the level of their filtration and purification. So, if you’re interested in learning more about home water treatment options or you need someone to install and maintain your system, call Pipe Monkey Plumbing. Our water quality experts install, maintain and repair water treatment systems in homes all over the metro area, and they have the knowledge and tools needed to make sure your system is operating as intended.

Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration

A reverse osmosis water filtration system removes foreign contaminants, solid substances, large molecules and minerals from your drinking water. Making your drinking water fresh, clear, and clean for you and your family.
There are many options to choose from. The fastest and easiest way to determine which filtration system is best for your home is to call Pipe Monkey Plumbing and have one of our highly trained technicians come out and test your drinking water.

A drinking water test involves checking the hardness of your water, tests for sediment and debris that can build up in your pipes and also measures the levels of key carcinogens like arsenic and sulfur which are commonly found in drinking water supplies.

If you are concerned about having lead or other metal build ups in your water, a water test will determine what type of water filtration system will work best in your home.

Please call Pipe Monkey Plumbing at 515-266-1221, and schedule for one of our highly trained technicians to test your water and to discuss your water filtration system options.

Our Appointment Cancellation Policy:

Our customer’s service appointments and well-being are very important to us. Our company requires a debit or credit card to secure your scheduled appointment time specifically for you and for us to prepare for your appointment. Please note that if service is cancelled for any reason at any time, or if we are unable to access your home upon arrival or if we are unable to communicate with you at any time, a service fee/cancellation fee will be charged to the debit or credit card that we have on file. In the event of a true, unavoidable emergency, the service fee/cancellation fee may be applied to future services within 5 days of the original scheduled appointment.