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Serving Northern Allegheny & Butler Counties

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Serving Northern Allegheny & Butler Counties

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Your Trusted Butler County, PA Plumbers

Your plumbing system is one of those things that works best when you’re taking it for granted. A plumbing system that stays out of sight, doesn’t make a sound, and keeps working properly is exactly the kind of plumbing system you want all year round. Unfortunately, we know that’s not possible. Leaks, clogged drains, and other plumbing issues do happen from time to time. The best thing you can hope for at that time is that you have a trustworthy plumber in your contacts list.

Kennihan Plumbing & Heating, Inc. can be that plumber for you. We’ve serviced the Northern Allegheny & Butler Counties since 1969, and for every home we enter, we always keep one promise: to treat that home as if it was our grandma’s home! So when our licensed master plumbers enter your home, you can expect them to inspect your whole system and ensure that everything is working the way it should. Simply getting the job done and leaving without a word isn’t the way to ensure that your plumbing system stays in good shape. Contact our team today to book a plumber in Butler County and the surrounding communities.

Contact us today and we’ll give you a free estimate on plumbing installations. We treat your home like it’s our grandma’s home.

A Full Range of Plumbing Services in Butler County, PA

A good plumbing installation needs to last for years and years to come. The best way to ensure that is by hiring a professional! While we can’t stop the average Butler County homeowner from attempting to unclog their sink or change out a pipe, we also can’t condone installing new plumbing systems. Everything from the materials used to the necessary tools requires the expertise of a plumber.

Our Butler County area plumbing services include:

  • General Plumbing Services: We’ll keep your plumbing system in good condition across your entire home. This includes everything from the bathroom and the kitchen—those places that are the most important for your quality of life—to those that work in the background and keep things running smoothly, like the main water line, your gas line, well pumps, and sump pumps.
  • Drain and Sewer Services: Getting water into your home is important, but getting waste and wastewater out is equally important. Properly working drain and sewer lines are essential to keeping your home clean and sanitary. We offer full services for your drain and sewer lines, including cleaning, repair, and replacement.
  • Water Heaters: Hot water is a necessity for any home. We install and replace water heaters, as well as offer full repairs and maintenance on your existing water heater. Contact us at the first sight of water heater problems.
  • Water Treatment System: Water in the home may be a guarantee, but clean water isn’t, despite how important it is for your health and family’s well-being. We can thoroughly test your water and offer various water treatment systems for installation or replacement.

Call for Plumbing Repairs and Maintenance

Our promise to our customers is to keep their Butler County homes safe, healthy, comfortable, and energy efficient. All of our plumbing services are designed to do just that. Whether it’s a simple repair or a complete installation, our licensed master plumbers are here to help. Kennihan Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is a family of professionals available to help with any of your plumbing needs.

Grandma Ellie's Club

Maintenance Program

Did you know that being a member of Grandma Ellie's Club can save you money and extend the life of your system?
  • 20% Discount on HVAC repairs and Special Discounts on Plumbing
  • One day replacement
  • Inflation protection
  • Priority customer status
  • Agreement is transferrable
  • Lower utility bills
  • 24-hour emergency service
  • Extended equipment life
  • Never an overtime charge
  • Fewer repairs
  • Improved safety