Four Generations of Plumbing Expertise
Residential and Commercial Plumbing
If you’re in need of a residential or commercial plumber, A T Large Plumbing, Inc. has you covered.
We have been serving the Virginia Beach community since our founding in 1955 as Butt Plumbing and Heating, Inc. Our highly trained team of technicians can take on large projects such as plumbing remodeling or installation as well as small jobs that make a Large impact. Can’t locate a leak or wonder why your water bill is so high? We can help. We’re not afraid of messy clogs or sewage stoppages. A T Large Plumbing can also assist with frozen pipes and installing and fixing hot water heaters. We’re a full-service Virginia Beach Plumbers and available to make sure your water runs smoothly and efficiently. After all, customer satisfaction is what we strive towards.
We specialize in drain cleaning and utilize Spartan drain cleaning equipment, including a hydro-jetting machine to clean the inside of drain pipes of deposits, roots, and other buildups that accumulate in drain pipes.
Going out of town?Turn the power off on your hot water heater when you’re not at home to save money on your power bill!
AnnuallyCheck outdoor plumbing (showers, sinks, etc.) to make sure they’re working properly.
In the FallBring your garden hoses inside for the winter to extend their life.
In the FallSecure crawl-space vents for added protection against freezing pipes.
In the FallDrain outside showers and hoses.
Keep your water lines runningToilet paper is the only store-bought product that can be safely flushed. It properly decomposes to be less strain on your pipes and on the environment.
Keep your water lines runningIn the kitchen, keep fats and greases from going down the drain. They can solidify and cause clogs.
Did you know?Want to check to see if your toilet tank is leaking? Pour some food coloring into the tank and check the bowl in a few hours later. If the water in the bowl is discolored, the flapper is not sealing as it should.
In the WinterIn extremely cold weather, let a faucet slowly drip to prevent freezing.
In the FallDisconnect hoses from outside spigots to avoid freezing pipes under the house.
In the SummerAfter using hoses, be sure to turn the water off at the spigot—not just on the nozzle of the hose. This will save you water and money.
In the SpringTurn spigots completely on and off to test outdoor water lines after a cold winter.
AnnuallyInspect the water-heater for any signs of rust.
Going out of town?Turn off all water at your service-valve, this will take the worry out of any leaks or flooding while you are enjoying your well-deserved vacation. Don’t have a service valve? We can install one for you!