Fire Hydrant Repair & Maintenance
Alpha Plumbing performs fire hydrant repair and maintenance on most fire hydrant makes and models. If you have a fire hydrant that has been damaged due to a traffic accident or another circumstance or have a fire hydrant that’s not operating properly, we can help. Maybe you have found that your hydrant has been tagged out by the fire department or have found that it no longer provides adequate pressure or flow rate. That is where we come in. In many instances, Alpha Plumbing can repair your fire hydrant without costly excavation or replacement.
At Alpha Plumbing, we’ve been providing comprehensive plumbing services for commercial clients for 30 years and after visiting your facility, we can offer a quick assessment of the most cost-effective way to repair your fire hydrant. We’re committed to providing the best customer service in the business and our A+ rating from the BBB proves that have earned a reputation as a trustworthy and reliable commercial plumber.
We offer fire hydrant repair services to clients throughout central Maryland, including Arnold, Severn, Millersville, Glen Burnie, Annapolis, Pasadena, Odenton, Severna Park, Baltimore, Catonsville and Crofton. No matter the extent of the damage to your fire hydrant, our trained and professional plumbing experts will complete the work efficiently.
We can also perform preventive maintenance on your fire hydrant to keep many problems from occurring. We’ll leave your fire hydrant in like-new condition. And our repairs are generally half the cost or less of replacing an entire fire hydrant.
In the event you need a new fire hydrant installed we can perform that work also. We have all the tools and equipment necessary to excavate and remove your existing hydrant and replace it with a new model that will pass all inspections and meet current code requirements.
If you have any questions regarding how Alpha Plumbing can help with your fire hydrant repair. Please call 410-255-5998 and we’ll review options with you. It’s often helpful to have photos of your hydrant – one showing the whole hydrant and others that show the make and model information.