Residential Plumbing

Plumbing is one of those things that we all take for granted until something goes wrong. While most people understand plumbing to be about pipes, toilets and sinks, there’s a lot more to it than meets the eye.

Plumbing Services

Burst Pipe Repair

A pipe can undergo stress resulting in bursting flood damage.

Drain Cleaning

Pools of water around drains, strange odors in the kitchen and drains that take forever to drain, indicate a clogged drain.

Broken Sewer Lines

Sewers can become cracked, punctured or collapsed by shifting soil, frozen ground, or settling.

Toilet Repair and Installation

Whether your toilet is actually broken, uncomfortable, outdated or just plain ugly, calling a professional to repair or replace is the smart move.

Your Plumbing Is Important To Us

Thompson & Thompson Service Group has a long history of providing excellent results for customers in the Savannah GA area. We can diagnose and solve any commercial or residential plumbing issue, or install new piping to just about any project. The Thompson & Thompson difference is in the care we take to respect your property and your concerns as a homeowner. Being fully licensed and bonded is only the beginning of our value-driven performance.

In fact, we wrote it into our Core Purpose statement: “To Help All People Live In Greater Safety And Comfort.” That holds us to a higher standard than simply making a profit from your leaks and clogged pipes.

Years Established

Expert Technicians

All Plumbing Services

Burst Pipe Repair
Drain Cleaning
Water Leak Detection
Slab Leak Repair

Sewer Line Replacement
Broken Sewer Lines
Trenchless Sewer Repair
Sewer Camera Inspection
Toilet Repair and Installation
Gas Line Repair and Installation

Water Heater / Tankless Water Heater Installation and Repair
Shower and Tubs
Water Filtration Systems
Water Softener Installation
Bathroom Remodeling
Backflow Testing and Repair

Delivering Wow Through Service

We’re local, so you know you’re getting the best in supplies, equipment, and technicians. We live here too! As neighbors when we work in your home, you’ll get more than you expected in terms of professionalism, efficiency, thoroughness and friendly service. In addition to tackling your specific problem, we take the time to inspect your plumbing system for any additional problems that might occur in the future. We really do believe that a knowledgeable customer is the best kind.

Call Us Today:

(912) 330-4773

We Are Your Master Plumbers

Having a basic knowledge of how your plumbing works can help you to diagnose problems and understand something about why it’s happening.

I have a broken sewer line. What could be the cause?

Sewers can become cracked, punctured or collapsed by shifting soil, frozen ground, or settling. They can acquire a “belly” if compressed from above and pushed down. Other causes of broken sewer lines:

  • Corrosion
  • Sewer Blockages
  • Leaking Joints
  • Tree Roots
  • Badly Made Pipes
Something isn't right with my toilet, but I'm not sure what the problem is?

Whether your toilet is actually broken, uncomfortable, outdated or just plain ugly, calling a professional to repair or replace is the smart move. A lot of the signs that point towards a broken toilet are the same for most plumbing problems: leaking, constant running, foul odor, etc. Besides a better bathroom experience, replacing or repairing your toilet can result in a reduction of water usage by nearly a gallon per flush, with cuts down on septic and sewer waste flow.

Can I repair a slab leak myself?

Slab leaks require professional help. They aren’t noticeable to the naked eye and chances are you don’t have the equipment to pinpoint where one could possibly be. When the pipes in the water or sewer lines beneath your home break, crack or burst, you have a slab leak. It’s important to call the professionals when you suspect a possible slab leak.

I'm not comfortable with the quality of my water. What can I do?

For those that question the quality of their water, a new filtration system might be the way to go. There are two kinds: point-of-use system and point-of-entry system. Point of use is typically installed under the sink, while the point of entry systems are installed in a basement. Point of entry will filter all water that comes into the house, the point of use is for a specific water supply.

Client Testimonials

We had a plumbing issue that was resolved in one visit. Our technician was Vinny who did a fantastic job! He’s absolutely a credit to your company. We have other jobs that we need to have done and hope we can request his services when we schedule the work. Thank you!


Thompson & Thompson Service Group came to my rescue! Slab leak lead to a total repipe but they did a great job in a timely manner. Will most definitely use them again.


“Felix is awesome. He not only took care of my plumbing issues (replaced 12+ valves) but took great care in ensuring he didn’t make a mess in my new home. No more leaks!!”