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Looking for top plumbing services in Orefield, PA? Call Schuler Service at (484) 263-0486 for immediate assistance. Be sure to take a look at our online specials and discounts!

At Schuler Service, we take your plumbing problems seriously! We’re the plumbing specialists in Orefield. Take a look at our client reviews to see what your neighbors are saying about our work!

Schuler service has been perfecting the art of plumbing since 1923. Our industry has continued to change since then, with new standards and more advanced technology to help your home stay safe. But one thing has remained constant: our dedication to providing the best plumbing solutions for your home and business.


Making an effort to safeguard your home’s plumbing system helps to minimize the risk of certain plumbing disasters. You can count on our Master Plumbers for the most effective solutions. Below are common plumbing problems we normally handle.

Backed up toilets

Toilets back up due to several different factors. Usually, it is caused by excessive toilet paper clogging the drains. If your toilet has a stubborn clog, avoid fixing the issue on your own. It’s best to call your plumbing technician for professional assistance to ensure your drains and your plumbing system stay safe.

Leaking or corroded water heaters

Water heaters are vulnerable to leaks and corrosion if not properly maintained. It’s important to flush your water heater annually to prevent mineral buildup. Call our technicians for a regular maintenance checkup to make sure your water heater is working at peak efficiency.

Damaged pipelines

Plumbing lines can crack or split due to extremes in the water pressure. Additionally, constant temperature fluctuations in the pipelines also cause premature hairline splits to form. If this happens, you may have a burst pipe that will require immediate repair.

Sump pump issues

Sump pumps are designed to pump any excess water out of the basement that might leak in from a cracked foundation slab. However, if the sump pumps are not maintained, they can clog or stop functioning entirely, and the motor can burn out as well. If you notice anything out of the ordinary with your sump pump, it’s best to have a technician take a look.

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