A backflow prevention device is used to protect potable water supplies from contamination or pollution due to backflow. In water supply systems, water is normally maintained at a significant pressure to enable water to flow from the tap, shower, etc. When pressure fails or is reduced, as may happen if a water main bursts or there is unexpectedly high demand on the water system, then such reduced pressure in the pipe may allow contaminated water from the ground, from storage or from other sources to be drawn up into the system. Our techs are able to install and repair backflow preventers. We are available 24/7 to assure your backflow device is repaired quickly during any emergency situation.


A clogged drain is bad enough — why make it worse? Conventional drain cleaners contain toxic chemicals such as sodium hydroxide, the active ingredient in chlorine bleach. The fumes can cause breathing difficulty and nausea; the product can burn your skin. Furthermore, drain cleaners can react with ammonia, another common ingredient in household cleaners, to produce a form of chlorine gas. Finally, their corrosive action can damage pipes. The safest way to clear a clogged drain is to call your local plumber. SanCap Home Services can easily clear clogs in your sink, shower or tub without the use of harmful chemicals.


Your home’s plumbing and sewer system has most likely been a part of your house from the time it was built. Unless you live in a brand new home, your sewer and drain pipes could be very old or cast iron. For older homes this means that there is a good chance of a drain or sewer line issue at some point. You may experience grease issues, odor, waste water backing up your drains or an overflowing toilet. If you call SanCap Home Services at the first sign of a problem, we can thoroughly inspect your plumbing system and make repairs to prevent small problems from becoming larger ones. If you are experiencing a water leak, a burst water line or busted water heater, the first thing you will want to do is shut down the incoming water source.


If you are experiencing low water pressure in your kitchen or lavatory, you may need to have your sink’s cartridge or aerator replaced. At SanCap Home Services, we have the supplies needed to get your faucets working as they should. Our large inventory of supplies are housed right here on the island which gives you the advantage of having your plumbing repairs completed right away.


A convenience in most homes, the garbage disposal churns food scraps into tiny particles that slip easily down the drain. Garbage disposals make kitchens cleaner, more hygienic, and can even be environmentally friendly. When your garbage disposal stops working, be sure to call the experts at SanCap Home Services. We can repair or replace your garbage disposal quickly so you don’t have to worry about food waste build up and drain clogs.


Water heaters tend to be neglected over time. Water heaters go for such an extended period of time without any problems, they are generally taken for granted. However, the sooner you call SanCap Home Services, the more time and money we can save you when it comes to your water heater service needs. Many water heater problems, if caught in time, can be repaired. If allowed to continue, the same problems can ruin the water heater and require a replacement. At SanCap Home Services, we have expert knowledge to keep your water heater in tip top shape! Our quality technicians have the knowledge and skill to perform all types of water heater repair and installation. 


NO ICE? Don’t let a broken ice machine line disappoint your customers. Call SanCap Home Services today! We can get your ice machine up and running again in no time.


We’ve installed new plumbing in many of the homes and business on Sanibel and Captiva Islands. Our plumbers have been able to build and continue many solid relationships with local contractors over the years. We will work closely with you or your general contractor to make sure that the plumbing systems are installed properly, within budget and on time. Our commitment to quality is the reason why so many general contractors prefer our company and utilize our services job after job.


If a problem occurs in one part of your plumbing, it could be indicator of a larger issue affecting your entire plumbing system. A slow drain could indicate a blocked pipe, a dripping faucet might be a sign of a worn washer or a running toilet could be costing you hundreds of dollars in extra water usage. Be proactive and call us today to perform a whole home plumbing inspection to ensure you have no minor problems that may turn into a major headache.


A re-pipe is a process where the old pipes in the water distribution system in a home or a building are replaced with new ones. Pipe fittings, stop valves, and supply lines are replaced. Re-piping can improve water pressure and water quality. In some cases re-piping may not be necessary at all. We will inspect your system and let you know if a repair will be more cost effective. If there is extensive damage to your piping system, you may need to re-pipe. Our plumbers will carry out a No Cost inspection to uncover the sections of piping that will need to be replaced.


As a homeowner, you are responsible for the maintenance and repair of the pipeline that connects the city sanitary sewer main and your home. You own this pipeline, including any part of it that extends into the street or public right of way. Thus, you should understand how backups are caused so you can prevent them and save yourself some costly repairs. Three causes are the culprits behind most sewer backups: blockages in the pipeline caused by tree roots, blockages in the sanitary main and heavy rains. Sewer line repair may be an option for you, instead of a full replacement. Repair of a broken sewer pipe, and/or installing a clean out, can extend the life of your existing sewer and save you from costly back up events in your home. If a camera inspection has confirmed the majority of your sewer lateral is in good working order, but has a spot that causes a backup, a spot repair may be right for you. By having SanCap Home Services repair a broken sewer line, offset pipe joint, or short section of root intruded pipe, you can extend the working life of your sewer trouble free.


Toilets not flushing as they should? Over time toilets will begin to have some problems, but the most frustrating thing for many homeowners is when a toilet will not flush properly. If this is the case or the toilet is slow to drain or drains continuously after flushing, there may be several causes. Our experts are here to make necessary adjustments and replace damaged supply lines, valves, etc. Calling SanCap Home Services at the first sign of a problem is the smart way to save you time and money down the road.


Plumbing leaks can be an extremely stressful problem for homeowners and businesses. Leaks can occur in sewers, drain lines, pipes, and underground water lines. Any type of structure may be affected at any time. You may not always know where the leak is coming from or how serious the damage is initially.


If you are having back-up issues in your home, SanCap Home Services has the right tools and equipment to clear the clog/scale and get you back up and running in no time. Call our experts today!


Any time a company is doing work underground, they should first run a camera through the lines to determine the exact cause of the issue as well as the route of the underground plumbing. This will ensure that we are working as efficiently and cautiously as possible to minimize our time on the job and your downtime.


The quality of water in our area, especially on the islands is in dire need of filtration. Adding a whole home water filtration system drastically reduces the chlorine and chloramines in your water. Your water quality will be noticeably different in 7-10 days from installation after all of the lines are flushed out.

Be sure you call the experts at SanCap Home Services if you notice any of the following issues:

  • a hot spot on the floor

  • the sound of running water when fixtures are not being used

  • low water pressure

  • wet floors, carpets, or leaking ceilings

  • hot water coming from a cold tap

  • water heater that doesn’t turn off

  • water coming from a low point on the wall