Central Oregon Coast’s Plumbing Experts

Serving Lincoln County and southern Tillamook County
including Newport, Lincoln City, Waldport, Yachats, Neskowin, Pacific City, and more.

  • Serving the community since 1985

  • Experts on all things plumbing

  • Same-day service available

  • We respond quickly and efficiently

  • No job is too big or too small

  • Professional, courteous, and experienced crew

  • Competitive pricing

Professional Plumbing Services

Your trusted Central Oregon Coast Plumbing Professionals. Our team specializes in both traditional and trenchless methods of sewer and drain cleaning, repair, replacement, and installation services you can count on throughout the year.

Take the stress out of your plumbing emergencies and rely on our dedicated team to fix any service or repair problem thoroughly and efficiently. We pride ourselves on providing the highest-quality service and materials.

We're Here To Help

Need a solution to your plumbing problem? You can count on us! Whether you’re looking for routine maintenance or you need a plumbing solution for a major repair, we’ll be there. Call us at (541) 764-3146.

General Questions

Check if you have a main water shutoff for your building if you do not have a main shutoff locate your water meter outside. Check and see if you have a shutoff on the customer side of the meter, if not contact the city to come shut down your water.

The average life expectancy of a water heater is 8-12 years. Life expectancy of a water heater is reduced when the incoming water is full of minerals, when a water heater’s temperature setting is consistently higher than is necessary or when the water heater operates in an unheated room (such as a garage).

Plumbing permits vary by state and county, but most counties will require a permit for the following plumbing projects: Replacement. When replacing your piping, water heater, sewer lines and for all new plumbing installations – you will need to obtain a plumbing permit.

Hard water contains a high concentration of dissolved minerals, such as calcium and magnesium. Pure water does not contain these minerals and is naturally soft. But as it passes through the ground and rocks such as limestone, it picks up those hard water minerals. Soft water contains less or no minerals at all. This can occur naturally, or soft water can be produced with water treatment equipment that removes the hard elements.

Latest Tips

Why is Timely Drain Cleaning Very Important for Homeowners?

Keeping drains clean and clear is vital to the right functioning of the home and to the health of the people who live there.

Quick and reliable repair of leaks, pipe bursts, and more

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