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Your Plumbing and Soft Water Experts in Jackson

Plumbing Service

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Water Softening

For information on water softener services near Albion MI, email Aspen Plumbing Services.

Why Choose Us

Leave your leaking faucet to our plumber in Albion MI

You shouldn't leave your home in the hands of a plumber you know nothing about. That's one of the things that lets Aspen Plumbing Services stand out from the "other guys". We strive to build relationships with you and your family that will continue for years to come. So, when you have a plumbing problem in Albion or Jackson, Aspen is just a phone call away.

Our site is organized to help you become an informed consumer when it comes to your home's plumbing systems. Learn about your home's drain and water supply systems and simple things you can do to save money and get the most from them.

If you have questions about water treatment or plumbing repair, you can call us at (517) 750-9913.


Water Heaters

Are you tired of surprise cold showers? Call Aspen Plumbing to schedule a water heater repair in Jackson or Albion.

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Don't get stuck with a plumbing disaster! Let a licensed plumber handle your toilet repair or pipe installation in the Albion area.

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Water Quality

Does your water's taste or smell make you reluctant to drink it? Then, you likely have a water quality issue. Fortunately, our Jackson water treatment experts can provide a solution.

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Cities We Service

Aspen Plumbing Services has been the trusted source for plumbing repair, maintenance and installation in these cities and more since 1981.

  • Jackson
  • Ackerson Lake
  • Addison
  • Albion
  • Brooklyn
  • Chelsea
  • Cement City
  • Clarklake
  • Concord
  • Dansville
  • Devils Lake
  • Dexter
  • Eaton Rapids
  • Fitchburg
  • Grass Lake
  • Gregory
  • Hanover
  • Hillsdale
  • Homer
  • Horton
  • Hudson
  • Jerome
  • Jonesville
  • Leslie
  • Liberty
  • Litchfield
  • Manchester
  • Manitou Beach
  • Marshall
  • Mason
  • Michigan Center
  • Moscow
  • Mosherville
  • Munith
  • Napoleon
  • North Adams
  • Norvell
  • Onondaga
  • Onsted
  • Parma
  • Pleasant Lake
  • Pulaski
  • Rives Junction
  • Rome Center
  • Somerset Center
  • Spring Arbor
  • Springport
  • Stockbridge
  • Tompkins Center
  • Tecumseh
  • Tipton
  • Vandercook Lake
  • Waldron
  • Waterloo

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Use Chemical Drain Cleaners to Clear My Drain?
While chemical drain cleaners are acceptable in certain situations, we discourage using them frequently or as a first solution. These chemicals are extremely toxic and can eat away at pipes if overused. Ask us about safer alternatives to deter and clear clogs.
Our plumbers have access to tools and materials that can clear up any clog without damaging your pipes. And, if your home has recurring clogs, only a real Jackson plumber can get rid of them for good!
How Can I Save Money on My Water Bills?
There are a number of simple ways to downsize your water bill. These include:
  • Taking shorter showers
  • Turning off the faucet while brushing your teeth
  • Only running the washing machine or dryer when you have a full load
  • Installing low-flow showerheads and toilets
  • Adding a brick to your toilet tank to reduce the amount of water used per flush
If you try all these things and your water bill keeps climbing, you may have a leak in your home. Call (517) 750-9913, so one of our plumbers can investigate.
How Can I Tell if I Have a Leak?
A lot of plumbing problems are easy to spot, but leaks have a tendency to go unnoticed. This is because they often start small and can go unnoticed for months or years. They can also hide under floors, above ceilings, and behind walls, making them more challenging to find. Here are a few signs you may have a leak:
  • Rapidly climbing water bills
  • Your water meter ticks even when you aren’t using water
  • A musty smell or signs of mold become visible
  • Discoloration and dampness occurs near tubs and toilets
If you see any of these signs, don’t panic. Call Aspen Plumbing at (517) 750-9913 and schedule an appointment instead!
When Should I Replace My Water Heater?
The average water heater in Jackson lasts between 8 and 12 years. Note that this applies to gas water heaters; electric ones can last a little longer. However, the signs that a new water heater is needed don’t relate to fuel source. These include:
  • Dark or rusty water
  • No hot water
  • Flooding and dampness around your water heater
Why Is My Shower Pressure Low?
If your shower pressure is low when other fixtures are running, you may have an insufficient plumbing system. If the problem persists when only the shower is running, there may be a leaking pipe somewhere.
How Do I Stop My Pipes from Freezing?
In the Jackson area, it’s not uncommon for temperatures to dip below 32°F. When that happens, pipes can freeze and burst. Fixing frozen pipes is one of the most expensive plumbing repairs you can have. Fortunately, there are steps homeowners can take to prevent this catastrophe. These include:
  • Opening doors and cabinets on cold days
  • Insulating pipes inside and outside your home
  • Keeping a faucet dripping
  • Quickly patching any cracks
  • Never set your thermostat lower than 55°F

Aspen Plumbing Services is a plumbing repair, service, and replacement company located in Jackson, Michigan. Aspen Plumbing will send you only the best plumber to handle your plumbing repair or drain problem. To set-up a repair service or replacement estimate, call (517) 750-9913. So, when you ask to find "A good plumber near me," you've come to the right place. Our plumbers service all plumbing, sewer, gas line, sump pump, and water heater brands including Rheem, Bradford White, A O Smith, Noritz, Rinnai, Kohler, American Standard, Moen, and Delta. If you have questions, or would like to schedule an appointment with a plumber, please call 517-750-9913. Aspen Plumbing is a division of Aspen Heating and Cooling Inc.