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Midwest Plumbing’s plumbing technicians provide experienced shower repair and shower installation services, including running shower repair, unclogging shower drains, shower installation, shower replacement, and shower leak repair.

In today’s bathrooms, a diverse range of shower and bathtub options may be found. These include sophisticated shower heads, spa-like water jets, novel faucet designs, steam systems, and several water-saving options.

Our plumbers are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week to address any shower or bathtub emergency or to give any other bathroom plumbing services you may require in the meantime. Midwest Plumbing can also assist you in making the switch to environmentally friendly appliances and bathroom fixtures, as well as give you with an addition of water conservation ideas.

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Midwest Plumbing experts can take care of all of your bathroom plumbing issues in addition to providing shower plumbing services. In today’s bathrooms, a diverse range of shower and bathtub options may be found. These include sophisticated shower heads, spa-like water jets, novel faucet designs, steam systems, and several water-saving options.

  • Bathtub and shower repair and installation
  • Water pressure issues
  • Faucet repair and replacement
  • Showerhead replacement

Midwest Plumbing provides a comprehensive range of bathroom plumbing services to help you achieve the bathroom of your dreams, including the following services:

  • Water pipe relocation
  • Low-flow showerheads and faucets
  • Walk-in bathtub connections
  • High-tech options for showers and baths
  • Clogged drains and other plumbing problems

Cleaning Your Shower Head is a Good Idea

Do you want to know how to get rid of that unsightly white mineral buildup on your showerhead? Midwest Plumbing has a simple solution that you can try.

  1. Half-fill a plastic sandwich bag with white vinegar and set aside.
  2. Place the bag over the showerhead, allowing the vinegar to completely submerge the accumulation. Rubber bands or twist ties should be used to secure the bag, and it should be left in place overnight.
  3. The following day, remove the bag and gently clean the showerhead with a gentle toothbrush to remove any loose deposits that have accumulated over time.

Your showerhead will be restored to its original appearance and functionality.

Showerheads with modest flow rates can help you save water.

Are you concerned about the amount of water used in your home? Installing a low-flow shower head is something to think about. When it comes to household utilities, water is usually the second most expensive, and the shower is one of the most common places where people use water (after the washing machine). Installing a low-flow shower head can save you up to $200 per year on your water costs while also having a good impact on the environment.

Midwest Plumbing’s skilled plumbers can assist you in determining which water-saving or low-flow shower head is most appropriate for your house, as well as perform shower installation and repair services as needed.

Showers Outdoors

Showers are not just useful in the bathroom; they may also be used in other rooms of the shower. Home owners who live near lakes or beaches, as well as those who have pools or hot tubs, are likely to have an outdoor shower installed. Outdoor showers are also popular among homeowners for a variety of other reasons. A garage gym that includes an outdoor shower is a fantastic addition. They are also extremely useful for families with young children or dogs, since a brief rinse in an outdoor shower may save hours of time cleaning up grime and muck tracked inside the house from outside. Gardeners who work hard in the soil appreciate the opportunity to take a refreshing shower outside.

Midwest Plumbing plumbers have the knowledge and experience to assist you in determining the best site for an outdoor shower installation at your house. As with indoor bathroom showers, our skilled plumbers can also fix outdoor shower leaks, recommend water-saving or low-flow shower heads, and unclog outdoor shower drains.

Is Midwest Plumbing capable of performing shower repairs?

We are a full-service plumbing repair company, and Midwest Plumbing is no exception. If you need shower repairs, Midwest Plumbing can help. We work on all types of shower plumbing systems, including shower faucets, shower mixing valves, shower water supply pipes, shower arms, shower heads, and even the components of a shower drainage system that may be contributing to a slow drain. Midwest Plumbing plumbers are also trained to diagnose and repair plumbing issues associated with combined bathtubs/showers and dedicated showers.

The cost of replacing a shower valve with Midwest Plumbing is not known at this time.

Midwest Plumbing locations charge different prices for replacing a shower mixing valve or a faucet cartridge. Furthermore, Midwest Plumbing, like all professional plumbers, is unable to provide an accurate pricing estimate for a shower repair or any other plumbing problem without first inspecting the plumbing and thoroughly comprehending the situation. It’s possible that there are other problematic components contributing to the problem, or that the cartridge has become trapped in the slot due to corrosion. In order for the cartridge to function effectively, it may be necessary to repair surrounding components at the same time. As a result, Midwest Plumbing will dispatch a plumber to your residence to assess the situation firsthand. After that, the plumber will provide you with a written pricing estimate. If you decide to get the job done, the plumber will start to work straight away on resolving the issue.

What is the best way to keep a shower from becoming clogged?

Hair jams in showers are a common occurrence. If the folks who will be utilizing the shower have long hair, this will be especially true. Placing a hair trap over the shower drain will help to keep hair out of the drain in the future. Using a zip stick or bending a quarter inch hook into the end of a wire coat hanger, remove hair from the shower drain and discard it. Push the hook all the way down into the drain until it stops working. Twist it around and carefully draw the hair balls out of the comb. When the drain is wet, this method works well. Continue the procedure until there is no more hair in the drain. Finally, treat your drain once a month with a safe, bio-based drain care liquid such as Midwest Plumbing Pipe Shield to keep it running smoothly.

Is Midwest Plumbing capable of installing a shower/bath?

Midwest Plumbing plumbers can install or replace some bathtub and shower units, but we do not perform bathroom remodeling projects other than water supply and drain connections, as well as the installation of plumbing fixture installations. Contact your local Midwest Plumbing office to discuss your project, and we’ll be happy to offer you with an exact pricing estimate at your convenience.

Is it possible to preserve water in the bathroom?

When you conserve water, it means that you use less water. Bathrooms account for a significant portion of total household water consumption. The following are a few simple modifications that can have a significant impact on your water bill: 1. Shower rather than bathe instead of taking a bath. 2. Showers should be kept to a maximum of 10 minutes. 3. When you’re brushing your teeth or shaving at the sink, be sure the water is not left running. 4. Repair dripping sinks, tub/shower drips, and running toilets as soon as possible. Converting your toilet to a dual-flush toilet using a tank rebuild kit from your local hardware or home center is a great way to improve your water conservation efforts.

Shower Repairs are available.

One of the most typical shower repairs is a leaky shower pan, which is caused by water collecting in the pan. In these instances, an overlay is typically undertaken to level the floor and aid in the proper drainage of the water that has collected. Following the completion of the shower repairs, a new fiberglass panel is installed on the shower floor. After that, the borders of the shower repair are blended in to match the existing shower. Shower overlay repairs are very frequent when it comes to fixing damaged shower tiles.

Return bends are common in wall enclosures, and they are located near the top of the system. Shower damage might develop in the top corner as a result of shoving the system into position or shifting the complete unit after it has been installed, both of which are undesirable.

Plumbing holes may need to be relocated or altered from time to time in order to accommodate fixtures. We’ve even worked on shower repairs where a plumber required to relocate the shower head from the left to the right side of the shower.

Shower repairs are also frequently required to repair damage to a shower wall that has been caused by a direct hit from behind. This type of damage is referred regarded as “Reverse Impact” damage, and it is also rather simple to repair.


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Does Midwest Plumbing do shower repairs?

Yes, Midwest Plumbing  is a full-service plumbing repair company. If you need shower repairs, Midwest works on shower plumbing systems, including shower faucets, shower mixing valves, shower water supply pipes, shower arms, shower heads, and even the components of a shower drainage system that may be contributing to a slow drain. Our plumbers can also fix plumbing problems related to combination bathtubs/showers and dedicated showers.

How much does Midwest Plumbing charge to replace a shower valve?

The cost of replacing a shower mixing valve or faucet cartridge varies by location. Additionally, like all reputable plumbers, cannot effectively quote a cost estimate on a shower repair or any other plumbing problem without examining the plumbing and understanding the entirety of the situation. There could be other faulty parts contributing to the problem or the cartridge may be stuck in place due to corrosion. Surrounding parts may need to be replaced in tandem with the cartridge for it to work properly. For these reasons, we will send a plumber to your home to assess the problem in person. The plumber will then quote you a cost estimate in writing. If you choose to have the work done, the plumber will get right to work fixing the problem.

Best practice to keep a shower unclogged?

Showers usually experience hair clogs. This is especially true if the people using the shower have long hair. Keep the shower drain free of hair by placing a hair trap over the shower drain. Clear hair out of the shower drain by using a zip stick or by bending a quarter inche hook into the end of a wire coat hanger. Push the hook into the drain as deep as it will go. Twist it around and slowly pull out the hair balls. This works best if the drain is wet. Repeat the process until no more hair is in the drain. Finally, treat your drain monthly with a safe, bio-based drain maintenance liquid.

Will Midwest Plumbing install a shower/bath?

Your plumber can install or replace some bathtub and shower units, but we do not do bathroom remodeling projects beyond water supply and drain connections and plumbing fixture installations. Feel free to contact your local office to discuss your project and we’ll gladly provide an accurate cost estimate.

How to conserve water in the bathroom?

Conserving water means using less water. Bathrooms are responsible for a great deal household water usage. Here are a few simple changes that can make a big difference on your water bill:

  1. Take showers instead of baths.
  2. Limit showers to 10 minutes.
  3. Do not leave the water running when you’re brushing teeth or shaving at the sink.
  4. Fix dripping sinks, tub/shower drips and running toilets.

If you really want to step up your game on water conservation, convert your toilet to a dual-flush toilet using a tank rebuild kit from your hardware or home center.

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