Court House Plumbing & Heating

Bath & Kitchen

Court House Plumbing offers a full range of services for your bathroom and kitchen, from repairs and upgrades to new installations. 

Sink Replacement: Most vanities and kitchen sinks are a standard size and can be replaced to give your room a fresh new look.

Tub Replacement: Sterling offers a replacement tub and wall package that eliminates a major bathroom renovation while still giving a modern new look.

Gas Piping Repairs & Appliance Add-Ons: We have gas leak detectors that can eliminate any guess work on where your leak is and usually repair it with our well stocked trucks. If you currently have gas to your property, we can always add additional gas appliances to your service whether it is a pool heater, range, dryer, fireplace, grill or water heater. 


Your Plumber at the Shore... Serving Avalon, Stone Harbor and Sea Isle City areas with expert plumbing services since 1984.

Faucet Repairs

Our well stocked trucks usually carry the parts needed to repair your faucet or can offer you several in-stock faucets for replacement.

Anti-scald Tub or Shower Faucets

If you have ever experienced "shower shock", you were probably using a shower valve that wasn't anti-scald. Existing shower valves can be upgraded with these easily and are economical to use also.

Garbage Disposal Repair & Replacement

Most garbage disposal repairs involve something jammed in the blades and can be cleared. We stock most disposals on our trucks and can usually replace yours that same day.

Complete Bathroom, Kitchen & Laundry Room Upgrades

Anywhere you have a faucet or a fixture, we can provide you with our experience on layout and selections to make your renovation cost effective and functional.

Dishwasher, Washer & Dryer Change-Out

If you're getting a new appliance, we can disconnect your old set and reconnect your new one the same day.

Getting a new refrigerator with ice? Running a new water line is usually an easy job that we can do before or after your new appliance arrives.


Toilet Repairs and Replacement

Take the Leaky Toilet Test:

A leaky toilet can waste about 200 gallons of water per day, and you might not know it. Water can leak from the toilet tank down into the bowl and then down the drain. Sometimes you will hear the toilet refilling even though you know no one has flushed it recently.

If you suspect your toilet is leaking, here's a simple test:

Remove the lid from the toilet tank, and if you have any coloring cleaning agents remove them. Flush to clear the water in the bowl, then put a few drops of food coloring in the tank. If the tank is leaking, color will appear in the bowl within 30 minutes, and you'll know you need to get the toilet repaired.

Go With the Low-flow Toilet

You can save water by using one of the new low-flow toilets. Older model toilets use 3 gallons or more per flush, but since the mid-1990s, all new toilets have been designed to use 1.6 gallons of water per flush. So if your toilet is one of the older ones, you might want to consider purchasing a newer model.

Comfort Height

For years toilets have been 14" off the floor and have been hard on most peoples' backs. Now many manufacturers provide several models at 17" high.