Plumbing Installation

Saving water. Comfort. Convenience. Design. With today’s plumbing technology, there are a lot of great reasons to have new water heaters, faucets, showerheads, toilets and more installed in your home. There are also many options available to choose from, so work with a professional to determine the right type of system for your home.

To find out more, contact at to schedule a no-cost analysis of the benefits and savings of replacing your system.

Instant Hot Water Dispensers

Why wait for a kettle to boil every time you want a cup of tea? If you're a big fan of tea, instant soups or hot cereal, installing an instant hot water dispenser in your kitchen is a great idea. It’s a small electric water heater that sits under your sink and delivers piping hot water instantly from a single sink-top spout.

Contact your local plumbing professional today by calling to learn more about instant hot water systems.


According to the EPA, toilets account for nearly 30% of an average home’s indoor water consumption. So replacing older toilets has great potential for long-term water and money savings. Newer low-flow, high-efficiency toilets use less water, yet flush just as well. Dual flush toilets give the option of flushing two different quantities of water at each use, and can save even more.

Other technology advances are driving greater comfort and convenience for these bathroom basics. For example, some toilets now offer automated flushing, heated seats, mechanically controlled seats and lids, bidet-like functions and other spa-like features.

Contact today by calling to schedule a no-cost analysis of the benefits and savings of replacing your toilets.

Sinks & Showers

These days, there are so many great options in the world of bathroom and kitchen fixtures for saving water and adding comfort to your everyday usage.

One simple way to save money is by installing new sink faucets or aerators to reduce your home’s water usage. Aerators work by mixing the water from the faucet with air, reducing the amount of water needed to maintain pressure. Users likely won’t notice a difference; at least, not until the lower water bill comes. Another smart option is low-flow showerheads.

Bathrooms are also going high tech as manufacturers are pushing plumbing technology to new levels. There is a new wave of showers featuring computer programming to control temperature, water pressure and spray type. It’s a personalized shower experience for every member of the family.

Contact today by calling to schedule a no-cost analysis of the benefits and savings of installing new fixtures in your bathroom or kitchen.

Water Purification Systems

Clean water is essential for your family—and the health of your home’s plumbing. Unfortunately, the water in some communities is full of impurities—including minerals, chemicals, parasites and chlorines that are unhealthy for people and can be damaging to your home’s pipes and appliances.

Water Problems

Contaminants in your home’s water can cause unpleasant odors or taste, leave your skin feeling dry and itchy, and actually lead to health problems. In addition, minerals like calcium and magnesium create lime-scale, which can cause spotty dishes, tile scum and make your laundry gray and stiff. Even worse, lime-scale deposits can clog and damage your dishwasher, water heater and other appliances.

Pure Water Solution

We offer a complete range of whole-house water purification systems that use the latest technology to deliver pure and clean water. All our filtration systems require no regular maintenance.

Our water filtration systems range from single-stage systems that improve the taste and smell of your water to complete five-stage systems that provide maximum filtration and condition your water without chemicals to protect your home’s plumbing.

Contact your local ARS® / Rescue Rooter® plumbing professional today by calling to learn more about our water purifier systems and installation.

Water Softeners

Hard water is water that contains a high level of dissolved minerals that can create problems for your home’s plumbing system and water-using appliances. If you have hard water, a home water softener is recommended.

Mineral Deposits

Scale and lime deposits take their toll on water-heating appliances such as dishwashers and coffee makers, making them more likely to need repairs. Even more serious is the damage these deposits can cause to the inside of your water heater—leading to reduced efficiency and making your heater more likely to fail.

Soap Scum

Hard water also leads to annoying problems in the bathroom and kitchen. The reaction of minerals with soap creates bathtub ring and tile scum. It also makes dishes spotty and can scale cookware. And it can make your laundry gray and stiff.

Getting Rid of Hard Water

Fortunately, installing a water softener can turn your hard water into gentle, soft water. Water softeners work on the principle of “ion exchange,” substituting sodium chloride (salt) for hard minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron.

Complete Home Water Purification

An even better alternative to a water softener is a water purification system. These systems not only protect your plumbing from hard-water minerals but also provide clean, great-tasting water throughout your home.

Contact your local plumbing professional today by calling to find out more about water softeners and water purifier options.

Green Solutions

Reducing your home’s water bill is a great way to keep more money in your pocket and lower your impact on the environment. Fortunately, there are many energy-efficient advances that make it easy for you to consume less and conserve more:

  • Low-flow, high-efficiency and dual flush toilets
  • Tankless water heaters, solar water heaters, tankless coil and indirect water heaters, and heat pump water heaters
  • New sink faucets or aerators
  • High-efficiency showerheads
  • Front-loading washing machines

For the latest information on green technology plumbing advances, contact your local home plumbing specialist by calling .