Expert Bathroom Plumbing Services Around the Midlands
From basic repairs to full bathroom renovations, plumbing should be reliable and high-quality. Kay Plumbing has been providing these services in Richland and Lexington Counties for over a decade.
Make Your Bathroom Your Oasis
No one should have subpar bathroom plumbing. A high-quality fix should be a priority. At Kay Plumbing, we pride ourselves on our ability to do a job right the first time and leave your plumbing in better shape than before.
Our Services Range from Faucet Repairs to Fixture Installation
Leaky Faucet Repairs & Drain Unclogging
Leaky faucets and clogged drains are usually an easy fix for a professional plumber. Our experts are equipped with the advanced tools necessary for difficult clogs or where an expert’s delicacy is necessary to prevent larger issues.
Toilet Installation, Repair, & Unclogging
If your toilet is running for several minutes after you flush or there’s a blockage no amount of plunging has solved, you need a plumber. In the event you need a full toilet replacement, Kay can advise you on what you need and install it the same day you call.
Bathroom Renovation & Plumbing Fixture Installation
Sometimes bathroom fixtures give out after years of daily use or maybe you’re finally ready to create the bathroom of our dreams. Kay Plumbing can install fixtures the same day or handle all of the renovation installation for you.
Why Work with Kay Plumbing
You don’t need the stress of a plumbing problem! You want professional plumbers who know what they’re doing, who can explain anything you don’t understand clearly, and who won’t rush to make costly replacements for what could’ve been simple fixes.
Reliable Service, Solutions, & Installations
We arrive when we say we’re going to arrive. We communicate clearly with you about what we’re doing and why. When we give you a quote, we’re upfront about the pricing – there are no hidden fees. And we get the job done right the first time, so you don’t need to call us back.
We Leave Your Home Mess Free
Plumbing repairs can get messy fast! We won’t leave anything for you to clean up. No matter what mess is left behind from our repair services, we’ll take care of it.
Stress-Free Consultation & Installations
We’ll personally visit your property to speak with you about water filters, new piping or any other plumbing installations you are interested in. We will discuss your budget, what your concerns might be and find a solution for you.
It doesn’t have to break the bank to repair or upgrade your plumbing system. We provide solutions for minor repairs to new installations and everything in between.
We’ve been voted Best Plumber by the Lexington Life Magazine. Across hundreds of reviews, from Facebook, Google, and Angie’s List, we have an average rating of 4.6/5 stars. At our core, we believe in providing excellent service to our customers so their home stays in tip-top shape.
Locally Owned & Operated
Kay Plumbing has been serving South Carolina since 2008, and we understand how local geography in the state impacts our customers’ plumbing and water services.
Same-Day Services: All Year Long at Any Hour
Kay Plumbing responds to calls the same day we receive them. If you realize you have an issue at an odd hour or non-business day, don’t worry! We have 24/7 emergency services, so you never need to wonder how long you’ll be waiting to have a serious issue repaired.
Master Plumbers with Years of Experience
You want an expert who knows what they’re doing, who’s reliable, and who has a proven track record. Our founder is a second-generation plumber who understands quality plumbing services. We take pride in our high customer satisfaction rates.
Fast Emergency Call Outs
You can reach our team day or night for any plumbing emergency. Whether you’ve got a burst pipe, gas leak, or blocked sewer line, we’re on call 24/7 to protect your home from disaster.
We Handle Any Plumbing Problem
We bring our vans loaded with anything we can typically expect to need for a repair or installation. In the case we need a spare part, our Lexington warehouse is stocked with everything we might need, so the only delay is the drive from the warehouse back to your home.
What Are Our Customers Saying About Us?
The people we’ve served before are the ones who are the most qualified to speak on our quality of service.
Customers for Life
“This by far is the best Plumbing Service in Lexington. There work ethic and detail to the job at hand, while being kind and respectful- make this company one of a kind. I am certain my family will be customers for life. “
– Haley H.
“They did a fantastic job of being upfront about costs and what to expect during the visit. They have a great plan you can sign up for to help with costs. Mike was extremely kind and professional.”
– Ashleigh M.
Can't Go Wrong
“This company has installed and repaired a few things in my home and it was done right the first time! Colt is the name of the plumber who I highly recommend however, you can’t go wrong with any of them!! Great company and quality work!”
– Jay C.
“Matt and company did an excellent job replacing all our supply lines in our house from the quoting process to job completion. Communication was excellent.Everything was explained thoroughly. They showed up on time, use better quality supplies and even finished a little bit ahead of schedule.
– Geo H.
“Flushed out our tankless water heater. Very professional and very knowledgeable about his job. Answered all questions about service provided and the plan I signed up for. Will highly recommend to anyone needing a plumber.”
– Brandon E.
Bathroom Plumbing FAQs
Why is my toilet running?
The common causes for toilets to run are also usually easy fixes, but if you don’t have a lot of plumbing experience or you suspect there could be a larger problem, it’s best to call out a plumber. Usually, though, the issue is with one of three things:
- The flapper, which is what stops water from leaving the tank unless you’ve flushed;
- The float, which is a part that rises with the water level as the tank refills and tells the flapper when to open or close;
- Or, the fill valve, which controls when and how much water enters the tank after you’ve flushed.
Why is sewage backing up into my drains?
Most often, it is because there are blockages or clogs in the sewer line, like tree roots or toys or the accumulation of things like grease that shouldn’t be dumped into wastewater pipes. Especially in older homes, the issue could be the pipe itself – it might be made of a material that inevitably will erode and break, and it might need to be replaced with plastic pipes.
What is the difference between copper and plastic pipes?
Copper and plastic pipes are both popular choices for plumbing pipes for their durability and lifespan. One major difference between them is cost – copper pipes are often very expensive, especially in relation to plastic options. Plastic pipes can usually last indefinitely, but some types aren’t good at transporting hot water, which must be taken into consideration. Copper pipes are recyclable when their time in plumbing comes to an end, sometimes more than 50 years after installation.
Why has my water pressure dropped?
This could be caused by anything from corroded or clogged pipes to a broken water pressure regulator or an old fixture. You can diagnose some problems based on when the pressure in certain faucets has issues, but many issues should have a plumber come out to repair.
Why is my drain clogged?
Most likely, something has gotten into your drain that shouldn’t be there. In the shower, hair has probably clumped together in your pipes to create a blockage. In either the shower or sink drain, soap residue and toothpaste residue can build up and cause clogs, as well.
How can I prevent a clogged drain?
The best way to prevent a clogged drain is to keep particles of anything falling into it. Put a catcher in your drain to catch things like hair, soap residue, and toothpaste residue. Regular drain cleaning can also help.
When is it time to replace bathroom fixtures?
Most bathroom fixtures are built to last for over a decade with a normal amount of wear and tear. The top signs that it’s time to replace one is that it’s leaking, it is in poor condition (for example, a tub that won’t clean or rust on a sink or faucet), it’s otherwise broken, or the cost of repairs is a significant portion of just replacing the fixture altogether.
How can we help you?