Plumbers in Slidell, Louisiana

Need a Reliable Plumber in Slidell, Louisiana?

Quality Plumbing has been serving homes and businesses in Slidell since 1986. Our team of experienced professional plumbers is dedicated to providing fast, reliable and fair-priced plumbing services. From drain cleaning to complete home replumbing, Quality Plumbing does it all in Slidell. Contact Quality Plumbing today for all your plumbing needs!

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Our 24 Hour Emergency Repair Service is Always Ready to Help!

With over 28,000 residents, Slidell is the largest city in St Tammany Parish and is certainly the busiest! Located at the junction of I-10, I-12 and I-59 and home to an Amtrak train station, Slidell is the a major transportation hub in Southeast Louisiana.
The World’s Longest Bridge once began in Slidell. Learn More

Also know as the Camellia City, Slidell is home to many beautiful neighborhoods. 70% of all housing in Slidell is owner occupied. Which means most residents are going to need a reliable, professional plumber they can count on for fast, quality plumbing service at a fair price every time.

Quality Plumbing is Your Northshore Plumber! Quality Plumbing Inc has been serving the residents of the Northshore with skilled professional plumbers for over 35 years. Our office is located in Mandeville, Louisiana just minutes away from Slidell. An experienced professional plumber from Quality Plumbing is always available to quickly and expertly repair any plumbing problem in your home or business.

For Professional Plumbers in Slidell, Louisiana or anywhere on the Northshore, Call Quallity Plumbing the Plumbing Professionals!

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Plumbing Services in Slidell, Louisiana

Our Slidell plumbers provide a wide range of plumbing services for your home or business including:

Plumbing Repairs in Slidell for water lines, gas lines, drainage pipes and sewer lines as well as replacing faucets and other plumbing fixtures.

Plumbing Inspections in Slidell for water leak detections, gas leak detection and sewer line problems. We use the latest video camera technology to locate the problem in your water and sewage lines.

Water Heater Repair and Installation in Slidell including the latest tankless water heater systems.

New Plumbing Installations in Slidell from as basic as installing a new faucet to installing complete kitchen and bathroom plumbing and fixtures.

Here’s a partial list of the services we provide to homes and businesses in Slidell, Louisiana including Inspections, Repairs and Installations:

  • Backflow Prevention
  • Bathtubs & Fixtures
  • Clogged Drains
  • Dishwasher Installation
  • Drain Cleaning
  • Faucets & Fixtures
  • Frozen Pipes
  • Garbage Disposals
  • Gas Inspections
  • Gas Lines
  • Hydro Jetting
  • Leak Detection
  • Pipes & Re-piping
  • Plumbing Inspections
  • Sewer Line Replacement
  • Sewer Repair
  • Showers & Fixtures
  • Sinks & Fixtures
  • Slab Leak Repair
  • Sump Pumps
  • Tankless Water Heaters
  • Toilets
  • Video Inspections
  • Water Heaters
  • Water Lines

We also offer 24 Hour Emergency Plumbing Repair in Slidell, Louisiana.

The Professional Plumbers at Quality Plumbing are ready to solve your plumbing problems.
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Slidell, Louisiana

The town of Slidell, Louisiana was founded in 1882 as the northern end of the world’s longest bridge! No, not that bridge! Long before the Causeway became the world’s longest bridge in 1956, construction began on what was to become the world’s longest bridge of its time, a ralroad bridge over Lake Pontchartrain linking New Orleans to Meridian, Mississippi and all points east. The closest high and dry land north of Lake Pontchartrain was at present day Slidell, then home only to the Gause family lumber mill built in the 1830s. A town was founded in 1882 to support the massive project of building the bridge . The new town was named for John Slidell, an American politician and Confederate ambassador to France.

The New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad completed a five mile bridge over the Rigolets in 1883 giving New Orleans a direct railroad route to the east. It was a marvel of engineering at the time and for several decades it remained the longest bridge in the world. The title was eventually recaptured for Louisiana by the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway Bridge which today remains the longest continuous bridge over water on the planet!