If you're looking to replace, repair or upgrade your faucet, you've come to the right place. We have thousands of faucet repair parts in our shop inventory and our service technicians have years of experience replacing and repairing faucets. If you're unsure of what brand or style faucet you want, give us a call at the office and talk to our fixture professionals. They will help you pick out the perfect faucet for your home or business.
Without a toilet, you'd have no place to go! Toilets are an important fixture in your home. If you're looking to replace, upgrade or repair your toilet, we can help you out. Our service technicians will get your toilet fixed and back to its working state in no time. If you're looking to replace or upgrade a toilet, call our office and our fixture professionals will help you choose the toilet that is perfect for your home. If you're interested in energy efficient products, take a look at our green page to learn more.
Did you just purchase a new refrigerator with an icemaker? We can run a new icemaker waterline to your new refrigerator with no mess. If you already have an icemaker line behind your fridge but don't feel comfortable connecting it yourself, don't worry or feel embarrassed. Give us a call and we'll drop by and get your icemaker up and running in no time.
Many towns such as Chelmsford are switching over to town sewage. If your town is making the switch, we can help you with that process. We have partnered with Rowsell Brothers Excavation to help make your sewer tie-in as stress free as possible. Rowsell Brothers will do the careful digging, and we will tie in your drainage to the town. If you're looking to tie into your town sewage, call us or Rowsell Brothers and we'll take care of you.
Is the pressure in your house to high? By installing a pressure regulator on your water main the pressure can be adjusted to your exact needs. If pressure in your home is too low we can install a pressure tank in your home to increase your water pressure. There are also a few tricks you, the homeowner, can do to help increase pressure to parts of your home.
If you're finding that your shower doesn't have as much pressure as you'd like, you can remove the water saver from your shower head. Most showerheads today have a small plastic piece inside the head called a water saver. Water savers limit the amount of water coming out of the showerhead. By simply removing this small plastic piece inside the showerhead, you can increase pressure at your shower.
There are a lot of old homes in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. We are the choice plumbing company among many historical towns such are Concord, Carlisle, Lexington, Westford, and many more. Old historic homes have very old pipes and water lines that are just a leak waiting to happen. If you live in a home with original brass or copper waterlines, and you just can't seem to get them to stop leaking, you may want to think about replacing your waterlines. There are many different options to think about. We can replace your pipes with durable pex tubing or long lasting rigid CPVC tubing. There are some great options to think about and we can help you choose what's best for your home and your budget.
Clogged drains happen. Kitchen sink clogs, toilet clogs, and shower clogs are all potential problems that occur in our homes during everyday life. At Eric C. Foster Plumbing & Heating, we've seen it all. We've seen lemons, GI Joe action figures, keys, colored pencils, and shampoo sample bottles in toilet and kitchen drains. If your toilet is clogged, each of our trucks is equipped with closet augers which unclog toilets in a matter of minutes, even seconds. Although we aren't a drain cleaning company we do unclog minor clogged drains. We also have drain snakes that have a 25 foot reach. If we cannot unclog your drain or feel that the clog is more substantial we will refer you to All Drains Services. We refer any substantial clogs to All Drain Services and they will gladly take care of your problem. You can check out All Drains Services' website at alldrainservices
Is your bathtub that 1970's light pink color that matches your tile, sink, and toilet paper roll? Is your bathroom in need of a serious update or upgrade? We work with some of the best bathroom remodelers in the industry so we can build you the dream bathroom you've always wanted. Check out our Remodels page for more information on getting your bathroom remodeled. If you would like to schedule a time where Eric or Jason can come out and meet with you to give you a quote.
If you're looking to replace your old cast iron tub with a more contemporary fiberglass tub, we have a huge catalog of products for your to choose from. If you'd like to learn more about different tub and shower options you are welcome to call the office and talk to one of our fixture consultants.
A sump pump is a pump that is installed in an area of a home or business that is subject to large water concentrations such as basements and garages. We install a lot of sump pumps during the rainy spring months. When your basement floods you need someone to act fast. Many people use their basements to store precious memories or belonging. You can't afford to lose memories. We'll install a basement sump pump for you and you'll never have to worry about water in your basement again!
Here at Eric C. Foster Plumbing & Heating, we like to stay as up-to-date as possible with new technologies. One of those technologies that has become quite popular in the past couple years is PEX tubing. There a some great advantages to having PEX tubing. Unlike CPVC, you don't have to wait a half hour for glue to dry before you can turn on the water. PEX tubing is neater, cleaner, and faster than both copper and CPVC. We perfer to use Uponor AquaPex for all waterlines and Uponor HePex for all heat lines.
Leaks and drips are inevitable in your home. They may be big or they may be small but the good news is they are all repairable! Overtime, fittings and ball valves may spring a small leak. These small leaks aren't a big problem but if you ignore it, you may end up with a bigger situation. A leak coming from your water heater is a problem that needs to be dealt with right away. When your water heater leaks, it usually means that your water heater is broken and needs to be replaced or that is about to break. A broken water heater means no hot water. If you see water coming from your water heater, call us anytime and we'll replace it for you and have your home back up and running in no time!