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Trusted Denver Plumbers

The Services You Need at the Price You Want!

Reliable plumbing is something we simply cannot live without. Whether for your own home or your business, it’s a function that needs to be there the second you need it. Our Denver plumbers at High 5 Plumbing believe this should not come at the cost of your comfort or leave your wallet in poor condition. We provide world-class technical plumbing services with a level of professionalism and flexibility unmatched in our industry.

For over 15 years, we have been perfecting our technical abilities and looking for ways to make quality plumbing more accessible for our customers, even offering 24/7 emergency services. The end result is High 5 Plumbing – a company that gets it done quickly and gets it done right. With us, you’ll never have to worry about being persuaded into services that you don’t need or paying out the nose for long, purposefully drawn-out projects. For Denver plumbing at its finest and that puts your needs first, turn to our team at High 5 Plumbing.

Call the reliable plumbers at High 5 Plumbing today at (720) 330-4868 to schedule a plumbing service in Denver!

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Why Choose Us:

About High 5 Plumbing

With all of the, let’s say, less-than-trustworthy plumbing service providers out there, it can be hard for families and business owners to get the services they need without feeling like they’ve been taken for a ride in some degree. We offer a simple solution – certified technicians who tell it like it is and deliver prompt work. Meet High 5 Plumbing – the team you can finally trust.

Financing Options are Available!

We at High 5 Plumbing understand that these kinds of issues arise unexpectedly and that most people wouldn't think to set aside an emergency fund specifically if they experience a problem with their plumbing. We've established options to fit the real world.

We aren't the kind of company that will hold your plumbing systems hostage - you need working pipes, and you need them as soon as possible! In order to keep your home or business functional when you need it most, we allow for financing and payment plan options going forward. Work with the team that prioritizes your comfort, not its own bottom line.

Customer Reviews

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  • “High 5 has exceeded my expectations.”

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  • “Highly recommend High 5 for emergencies!”

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  • “Wow. I am extremely impressed with this company.”

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  • “Plumbers that understand and empathize with homeowners want and need.”

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  • “5 stars!”

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  • “Great work at a reasonable price.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Answers from Knowledgeable Denver Plumbers

Are you facing a plumbing issue? Do you need answers to help care for and maintain your plumbing’s vital systems? Our Denver plumbers at High 5 can help. In fact, this is what sets us apart! We truly care about our customers, their property, and their stressful situation and we know that there is no better feeling then when we can help a complete stranger in a time of worry and stress. Our customers know that they can call us and they will be treated with courtesy and respect.

Read answers to our frequently asked questions below then call (720) 330-4868 to discuss your situation. We’ll give you honest, informed, personalized advice to help take away your stress and get your problem fix quickly.

  • How should I keep my toilets clean?
    While there are many commercial cleaners and products available, be aware that many of these can do more harm than good. Never use in-tank toilet cleaners, for example, and if your toilet was installed before 2003, it probably needs to be professionally cleaned. In the meantime, invest in a wire brush. This will not only safely clean your toilet, but it will work better!
  • How do I give my garbage disposal a long life and keep it working well?

    It is very important that you never intentionally thrown items down the disposal, and if something does fall in, call on our professional team to help remove or retrieve it. In addition, there are a lot of things that that you simply should not do.

    • Ice cubes do not clean garbage disposals, they break them!
    • Egg shells do not sharpen the blades and they can plug the drain line.
    • Never put lemons into your garbage disposal to freshen your drain. Instead, our Denver plumbers at High 5 have a product to safely eliminate odors for you (ask us about Bio-Clean).
  • What is the best way to maintain my hot water heater? What should I think about when I need a replacement?
    All water heaters, even self-cleaning units, should be drained twice a year. Remember that water heaters only have a lifespan of about 10 to 15 years, after which they should be replaced in order to get the full benefit of hot water, when you need it, from an energy efficiency unit. When choosing a new water heater, there is a big difference between those that can be found at big box or chain hardware stores and those installed by a true professional. Don’t just rely on online reviews – our Denver plumbers have your best interests at heart and will find a until that matches your needs and unique specifications.
  • What do I need to know about my drain line?
    Drain lines often go unnoticed until something goes wrong. Remember to run water in every drain in your home at least once a month. At High 5, we recommend a treatment plan, such as BIO-CLEAN to prevent problems before they develop. In addition, it is important that you always listen and look out for problems and call a professional at the first sign of trouble.
  • What should my water pressure be? Can I decrease or increase it?

    In order to help protect your plumbing, your home’s water pressure should be between 50 and 75 psi. This will depend on the type of pipes you have, such as galvanized, PEX, copper piping, CVC, or polybutylene.

    To help decrease this pressure, we can install inline pressure-reducing valves or a water filtration system which will not only decrease the pressure, but also increase your water quality!

    On the other hand, if your water pressure is too low, a booster pump or storage tank system can be installed.

  • How can I pay for my plumbing service?
    High 5 accepts all forms of payment including all major credit cards, cash, and check. Our Denver plumbers also offer financing options to fit your budget, have discounts for our military service member and senior citizens, and provide free in-home estimates to residential homeowners!

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Proudly Serving Denver & Surrounding Areas

720.330.4868

850 E 73rd Ave,
Suite #4
Denver, CO 80229
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