Emergency Plumbing Services
Proudly Serving the Charlotte, NC, Area

Providence Plumbing delivers an unmatched level of commitment evident in everything that we do. We pride ourselves on being accountable, communicating exceedingly well, providing innovative solutions and the relentless pursuit of achieving superior results. We're ALWAYS SERVING.

Why Choose Providence?

Although we were founded in 2018, our plumbers have been serving the residents of Charlotte for nearly 30 years, and generations have depended on them for reliable service, quick fixes, and skilled installations. Our experience doesn’t just highlight our training in our industry, but it also sheds light onto our commitment to serving you with trust and respect.

  • 24-Hour Emergency Service

  • 2-Hour Rapid Response

  • BBB Accredited Business

  • IICRC Certified Technicians

  • RIA Licensed Restorers

  • Locally Owned & Operated

Providence Plumbing Gives Back
to the Community

Providence Plumbing gives back by partnering with organizations that we believe in. We partner and get involved financially, volunteering our time, and by bringing awareness to non-profit partners.

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Providence Plumbing gives back to the Charlotte, NC community.

Proudly Serving NC

  • Fairview

  • Lake Park

  • Mint Hill

  • Waxhaw

  • Hemby Bridge

  • Marshville

  • Monroe

  • Weddington

  • Indian Trail

  • Marvin

  • Stallings

  • & Other Surrounding Cities

Providence Plumbing's Service Area

Providing residential and commercial plumbing services to Mecklenburg, Anson, Chesterfield, Concord and Cabarrus Counties.

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When Your Water Bill Causes Sticker Shock
When Your Water Bill Causes Sticker Shock

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What Are Pinhole Plumbing Leaks?
What Are Pinhole Plumbing Leaks?

Copper pipes are uniquely susceptible to pinhole leaks. Learn about the warning signs and tips for preventing them. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Plumbing

Most homeowners try to unclog drains themselves initially, and, depending on the severity and reason of the blockage, they might be successful. Unfortunately, some chemical products on the market today claim to unclog drains but end up damaging and corroding the interior of the pipe or degrade the materials at the pipe joints. A mini auger or drain snake can be used, but their operation can be rather tricky and awkward.

Hot grease may pour easily down a drain, but when it cools, it solidifies and sticks to the sides of your pipe, reducing its diameter, slowing water pressure, and causing a bottleneck that encourages clogs. Other foreign materials like objects (jewelry, toys, etc.) or pieces of food waste can also enter the drain and the pipes below, but will become trapped at the next bend in the plumbing. While some water will still drain through the pipe, the bottleneck and partial blockage will drastically slow down the drain.

Sediment build up over time can reduce the efficiency of your water heater to the point where you notice you're not getting enough hot water, especially if you are demanding hot water from more than one or two spots in your home. Other culprits can include temperature sensor failures and problems with the heating element. Water heater manufacturers recommend that you schedule regular maintenance checks with a licensed plumber in order to keep your system in top condition. Industry estimates for water heaters are between six and 13 years for conventional tank water heaters. Tankless water heaters tend to last longer.

Some plumbing repairs can't wait for regular office hours because your plumbing system is a key element to your building's sanitary conditions and habitability. If you have a sewage backup, for instance, repairing the cause can't wait. If a broken or leaking pipe is causing your home to flood, you'll have to shut off the water main, and you won't be able to have running water or flushing toilets until the pipe is repaired.