Plumbing Services in Worcester and Middlesex County
Landry Mechanical Inc is happy to say that we can help you handle all of your plumbing needs too. Our team of experts wants to make sure that your home is truly comfortable and, to do that, we know you need a home that is fully functional. Come to us for plumbing work backed by incredible customer service.
- Providing 5-star service since 2008
- Available 24/7 for emergency services
- Free estimates on new systems and free second opinions
The services that we provide are professional and comprehensive. Our technicians are well-trained and ready to provide whatever you might need.
We take comfort in YOUR comfort. Let us help you keep your plumbing in prime condition. Contact us for plumbing service in Worcester and Middlesex County.
Your plumbing systems deserve quality plumbing installation to get them a great start to the many years they’ll be serving your home. You can count on Landry Mechanical Inc to install any of the following systems:
- Bathroom and Kitchen Plumbing
- Gas Piping
- Main Water Line
- Sump Pumps
- Well Pumps
- Well Storage Tanks
- Water Treatment Systems
We’ve been serving homes throughout the area for many years. You can count on our expert plumbers to make sure that your plumbing system, whether it be a faucet, toilet, or even gas line, is installed correctly.
Have a plumbing system that is failing you? We can help with all major plumbing replacement needs. From helping you replace the whole kitchen sink to helping with whole-house repiping, our team has the experience and tools needed to get the job done.
Need help getting a part of your plumbing system or a plumbing appliance running properly again? In Worcester and Middlesex County, one of our local plumbers can be your go-to resource for most plumbing repairs. This includes drain cleaning, leak repairs, and more.
Water Leak Detection
One of the biggest and most common plumbing issues that people around Worcester and Middlesex County and other areas encounter is a water leak. The thing is that some leaks can be hard to find. That’s why we offer water leak detection and video pipe inspection.
When should I call a professional for a clog?
If a clog has been affecting your use of one or more drains and you can’t clear it with a plunger, then it is time to call a professional plumber.
Which type of water treatment system should I get?
When choosing a water treatment system for your home, it is best to schedule water testing first in order to determine what contaminants are in your supply. This can help you choose the best system that combats those contaminants effectively, such as choosing a water softener for high mineral levels or a reverse osmosis system to deal with unwanted organic compounds from a well-water system.
Why is my shower pressure low?
You may have weak water pressure in your shower due to a leak in your hot water line or scaling hindering the water flow through your pipes.
How do I find the shut-off valve for my water line?
You can start to search for your shut-off valve by walking around the outside of your home. You’ll likely find a turn knob next to the water meter. Turning this valve will shut off the water to the house.