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Residential and Commercial Plumbing Services in 32080

Our family of plumbers have served Northeast Florida for two generations.

Betros Plumbing is a full-service commercial and residential plumbing company serving the 32080 zip code and the greater Northeast Florida area. We provide plumbing services near you. Below are just a few ways our plumbers have helped local businesses and families recently.

Recent Logs from 32080

Water Heater Repair and Installation Plumbing Service on May 1, 2023 in St. Augustine, FL (32080)

Plumber Notes: Customers water heater was not working properly. Per warranty came out to diagnose the issue and found that the thermostat was faulty. Drained water heater to remove elements and thermostats. Conducted a rebuild of the water heater due to warranty only charged for part. Filled tank back up and turned electrical back on. No issues found at this time.... read more


Sewer & Drain Plumbing Service on September 23, 2022 in St. Augustine, FL (32080)

Plumber Notes: Customer has beach house on stilts that has a whole house clog that is backing up into bathrooms. The exposed pipes under house are full and leaking in some areas. There is a 4 inch clean out on the vertical riser go into the house. Customer had septic company come out and inspect septic tank because the tank was installed within the last year. Safety tank company determine its everything is working properly. Call toilet in addition to attempt a snake drain because that is the cleanest closest outlet to the drain. Ran sewer machine into toilet riser 120 feet found stoppage at about 120 feet could not clear from toilet riser. Sounded out machine to find drain line in ground where machine was jamming up. I dug an area to expose 4 inch pipe going into septic tank cut section out of four-inch pipe to drain drain inside of pit. After draining snaked from current section into septic tank machine still jamming up. I return visit her to dig up pipe from cut area into separate tank exposed pipe going into septic tank. Removed inlet into tank. Pipe was full of tampons. Replaced with new section of pipe and reconnected to main drain line. Tested by running all fixtures in house and everything is working properly at this time.... read more


Sewer & Drain Plumbing Service on September 30, 2022 in St. Augustine, FL (32080)

Plumber Notes: Customer has beach house on stilts that has a whole house clog that is backing up into bathrooms. The exposed pipes under house are full and leaking in some areas. There is a 4 inch clean out on the vertical riser go into the house. Customer had septic company come out and inspect septic tank because the tank was installed within the last year. Safety tank company determine its everything is working properly. Call toilet in addition to attempt a snake drain because that is the cleanest closest outlet to the drain. Ran sewer machine into toilet riser 120 feet found stoppage at about 120 feet could not clear from toilet riser. Sounded out machine to find drain line in ground where machine was jamming up. I dug an area to expose 4 inch pipe going into septic tank cut section out of four-inch pipe to drain drain inside of pit. After draining snaked from current section into septic tank machine still jamming up. I return visit her to dig up pipe from cut area into separate tank exposed pipe going into septic tank. Removed inlet into tank. Pipe was full of tampons. Replaced with new section of pipe and reconnected to main drain line. Tested by running all fixtures in house and everything is working properly at this time.... read more


Complete Re-Pipe Plumbing Service on March 17, 2023 in St. Augustine, FL (32080)

Plumber Notes: Will remove current on the floor mop sink and mop sink faucet. Will need to jackhammer floor to get to good pipe to be able to transition from drain in floor to 2 inch drain for laundry. Will use existing water in wall to connect to new laundry box. Will utilize a studor vent for venting of laundry drain with studor box. Betros does not repair tile or drywall. Removed mop sink and faucet, jack hammered the floor and noticed that there was a studor vent already attached to the drain. Capped off the mop sink drain and backfilld the hole and replaced the concrete. Cut the drywall to expose the studor, and also cut the exterior wall to reroute the washer box to connect to the studor vent. Rerouted the water pipe behind the washer box and secured it to the wall. Checked the pipes for leaks and none were seen. The hot water side is not getting any pressure.... read more