This bathroom was renovated for full handicap access with wheelchair accessible shower.
About Integrity Plumbing and Drain
Integrity Plumbing and Drain, Inc. has been serving the South Florida community since 1985 providing full general plumbing and remodeling services for residential and commercial properties.
We serve a wide variety of clients and customers, from private estates on Palm Beach to small rental apartments throughout Palm Beach County. No matter what, everyone gets top quality service.
Our staff is specially trained for every job and we use the finest tools and practices in the industry. From maintenance and repairs to new installations, each job is carefully considered so all of our clients receive the best service possible.
Every company vehicle can be easily identified with our branded logo and all of our plumbing professionals arrive dressed in uniform, so you know the right people came to the right place. We also take special measures to make sure your home or business is left in pristine condition.
Matthew Woods, Owner
Integrity Plumbing & Drain, Inc.
Preferred Kitchen & Bath Manufacturers
“When we needed to have our sewer pipes replaced I called Integrity. Their price was reasonable and their work was of the highest caliber. Now I call them for all of my plumbing work. The guys are always very nice and the work is consistently excellent.” Linda, WPB
“I had a problem with one of my drains. It was backing up. I got a quote from one company of $700 for the repair, but, thank goodness I called Integrity for a second quote. Integrity only charged $200 and the work was done right away! Thanks, Integrity.” Martha, Lake Park
Tips from Matt
- You know the old adage, “If it’s yellow, let it mellow; if it’s brown flush it down” – well think again! Letting it mellow may cause a costly plumbing bill down the road. Urine contains calcium and over time a potty clogging deposit of calcium may form in your pipes. So don’t let the yellow mellow overnight.
- When you plunge your toilet, put a small hole in a garbage bag and put the plunger handle through it. When you go to plunge, drape the garbage bag over the toilet, and prevent any wayward splashes from escaping the bowl.
- Was your kid playing submarine in the toilet? Instead of plunging for lost toys, which might push them further down, use a wet/dry shop vac to pull out the obstruction.