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Installation & Replacements

HomeChoice Plumbing can replace any plumbing fixture in your home. From toilets to sinks to water heaters and everything in between, we can do it all. Using high quality materials, expert craftsmanship, and attention to detail, your new fixture will not only look good, but will also last a lifetime.

Have your own fixture and you need us to install it? Give us a call and schedule a time that is convenient for you! Our Jupiter, Tequesta, Palm Beach Gardens, West Pam Beach plumbers are ready when you are, even on weekends! No extra charge.

Helpful Tip
Replacing a faucet is an affordable, effective way to upgrade an older bathroom or kitchen. Replacing an old toilet not only adds style but can save you hundreds of dollars on your water bill. You can even ask us for our exclusive HomeChoice Trim Upgrade! This is where we replace faucets, toilet handles, shut off valves and tub trim to match any finish. Want the new brushed nickel look? No problem! This is an affordable way to freshen up any bathroom without spending thousands on a remodel.

If your looking for a plumbing service in Jupiter, Tequesta, Palm Beach Gardens, West Pam Beach and the surrounding areas look no further. In most cases, we have the expertise and knowledge to solve any plumbing issue in the first visit. We know your time is valuable, so we stock our service vans with the most common repair parts allowing us to make the repair quickly so you can get on with your day.

 

Your water heaters dirty little secret

Ahhhh, there’s nothing like a hot shower in the morning. You get out, get ready for work and head out the door. At the office, you clean your desk and organize a few things. Maybe on the way home you stop off at the car wash. You get the vacuum and start cleaning the... read more

How to Clean a Garbage Disposal

Cleaning your garbage disposal is a quick and easy way to help keep your kitchen smelling fresh and your sink drain working properly. Although well-maintained garbage disposals that are used correctly should generally clean themselves, the following tips will help... read more

Fixing Leaks Around the Home

Being handy around the house doesn’t have to be difficult. Common types of leaks found in the home are worn toilet flappers, dripping faucets, and other leaking valves. These types of leaks are often easily correctable, requiring only a few tools and hardware... read more

Tankless Hot Water Heaters: Should I or Shouldn’t I?

Whether you are building a new home or retrofiiting an older one (like me), take time to evaluate the hot water system. After all, estimates say that as much as 30% of a home’s energy budget is consumed by heating water. My new “old house” came complete with an old... read more

How to Choose a Bathtub

Remodeling a bathroom can be a lot of work. There are lots of decisions to be made, but by being informed about the products you’re buying, you can make the best decision for your family and home. The bathroom is an important room in the house, it’s where... read more

Go Touchless

Introducing the no-touch flush for your home. Simply activate the no-touch flush by holding your hand over the tank. Nothing to touch means fewer germs to pick up or leave behind. Contact Home Choice Plumbing if you are looking to install a touch less toilet in your... read more

Camera and Locating

HomeChoice Plumbing has state-of-the-art equipment that can inspect the inside of your drains throughout your entire home. Our expert plumber will send our camera down your drain lines to find anything that might be causing draining issues.

Toilet Repairs

The Throne, Commode, Jon, Lou… whatever you call it, we can repair it. There are many moving parts, seals and valves in a toilet that allow it to work properly. If any one of these is bad or not working properly, they can cause all sorts of problems.

Leaks or Clogs

Leaks are never a good thing.  They waste water, raise your water bill, can cause water damage and worst of all, can cause mold. The good news is that the plumbers at HomeChoice Plumbing can fix that leak or clog in no time.

Water Heaters

The construction or anatomy of some of these appliances are based on the law of physics called convection. Water heaters are generally very reliable but occasionally they do have problems.

Natural Gas Repairs

The good news is that the plumbers at HomeChoice Plumbing can fix that leak in no time. We have the tools and quality parts and materials to repair leaks and leave them better than before.

Plumbing Inspections

24/7 Service, 365 Days A Year. Plumbing problems do not just happen from 9 to 5 on the weekdays. That’s why we provide our superior plumbing service on nights and weekends at no extra charge.

Pipe Repair

HomeChoice Plumbing has state-of-the-art equipment that can inspect the inside of your pipes throughout your entire home.

Drain Cleaning & Maintenance

Some of the most common causes are hair, soap scum, grease, toilet paper, roots, or a foreign object such as toys. …So, that’s where that went.

Garbage Disposal Repairs

These little food eating monsters have become a very convenient way to get rid of the left overs stuck on your dinner plate.


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Faucet Repairs

Faucet leaks are an all-to-often plumbing problem. Faucets can leak, be hard to operate, and loose pressure making it harder to finish daily tasks. HomeChoice Plumbers have the parts on their truck for the most common faucet repairs.

Installation & Replacements

HomeChoice Plumbing can replace any plumbing fixture in your home. From toilets to sinks to water heaters and everything in between, we can do it all. Using high quality materials, expert craftsmanship, and attention to details.

Back-flow Preventers

Back-flow Preventers are devices that are installed on the water supply to keep contaminated water from entering the public drinking water system. These devices need to be tested and certified every year to make sure they are working properly and not leaking.

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