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About the owners

Bee’s Plumbing and Heating is owned by a married couple. His lifelong passion was to start and run a business that helped serve and care for the community. They both grew up in families with backgrounds in construction and plumbing. Learning from their childhood, Washington University education and 30+ years of combined industry experience, they have created a great company focused on serving their customers and improving the industry.

Founded on Trust,
Service, & Quality Work

We love what we do and we believe in it. For us, it’s not just about plumbing and heating, but a philosophy applied to all areas of our lives.

Bee’s Plumbing and Heating 

The dedication to meet the needs and desires of our customers has always been imperative for the way we operate and adapt our services to achieve this goal.

  • 24 -Hours Emergency Services
  • Uniformed Licensed Plumbers
  • Licensed and Insured
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Additional Details

  • Certified Professionals:Yes
  • 24/7 Availability:Yes
  • Budget Friendly:Yes
  • Free Estimate:Yes
  • Highlights from the Business:Locally Owned & Operated, Family-Owned & Operated, Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Accepted payment methods:MasterCard, American Express, Cash, Apple Pay, Debit Cards, Credit Card
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    Q How do I fix the sewage smell coming from my drains?

    Inside each drain line there is a trap. The trap holds a small amount of water to prevent sewer gases from creeping back into the house. Occasionally, if the fixture is not used, the water will evaporate. This has a tendency to happen in floor drains, a bathroom that is rarely used or in a home that has been sitting on the market. To resolve the issue, simply run the water for a few minutes to fill the trap back up with water.

    Q Why is my water brown-ish?

    Generally, brown discolored water is caused by the condition of the pipes carrying the water. The most common type of pipes that cause discolored water is galvanized. The color is most commonly seen after not using a fixture for some time. If you also have a decrease in water volume, it may be time to replace the pipes.

    If you find that this only happens when running the hot water, the water heater may be the culprit. We can assist you in flushing your water heater if this is the case.

    Occasionally your water department works on the main water lines which can cause the discolored water as well. If the brown water comes on sudden, this is most likely the case.

    In most cases, try running the water for a few minutes to see if the discoloration goes away. Most likely it will, and you will be back in

    Q How do I turn off my water?

    Every house should have an emergency shut off valve where the water service enters the house. If you cannot locate the indoor shut off, there is also a shut off near the street in the meter box where the city reads the meter.

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