McKinney Drain Clearing and Leak Service


At McKinney Plumbing Pro, our plumbers repair and service all kinds of gas/water leaks and drain clogs and stoppages. If your water heater is having water or gas leaks or you have any other gas or water leaking problems in your home or business, simply call 972-552-7212 and we will take care of rest. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to schedule an appointment for leaks repair. We are happy to work with your busy schedule to set up a repair appointment.

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Residential & Commercial
  • Bathrooms
  • Bathtubs
  • Dishwashers
  • Disposals
  • Drain Snaking
  • Faucets
  • Flooding
  • Drain Cleaning
  • Tankless Systems
  • Toilets
  • Valves
  • Ventilation
  • Water Pressure
  • Water Treatment
  • Clogged Drains
  • Plumbing Installs
  • Dripping Faucets
  • Filtration
  • Kitchens
  • Overflows
  • Pipe Leaks
  • Plumbing Fixtures
  • Plumbing Repairs
  • Rooter Service
  • Running Toilets
  • Showers & Sinks
  • Slab Leaks
  • Water Heaters

Water leaks are probably the most common type of complaint plumbers receive about water distribution systems. Most of the time, leaks are easy to find, and they are not too difficult for experienced McKinney plumbers to repair. There are times, however, when the leaks are not so easy to find or fix.

As the list of acceptable plumbing materials for water distribution systems has grown, so has the diversity of the types of piping and tubing used in water systems. McKinney leak and drain services may deal with copper, polybutylene (PB), polyethylene (PE), chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC), galvanized steel, or even brass.

mckinney, tx copper pipe repair and installationCopper leaks are the most common type of leak found in the piping of water distribution systems. Copper tubing and pipe has been used for many years, and it is still quite popular for new installations. While any experienced plumber knows how to solder joints on copper pipe, there are times when the job doesn't go by the book. A little water trapped in a copper pipe can make soldering a joint a very difficult experience for a less experienced plumber. There are also those times when the fittings are located in places where the flame from a torch poses some potentially serious problems.

McKinney slab leaks are a major concern. If you have an unexplained spike in water usage, a leak under your home’s slab may be the problem. With electronic leak detection, McKinney Plumbing Pro’s representatives have the ability to precisely locate slab leaks in copper pipes. More often than not, your trusted McKinney plumber can repair these leaks directly at the source with a minimal amount of intrusion and inconvenience. Often, we recommend a re-pipe or bypass of the leaking pipe, however there are many instances where a direct repair in the ground becomes the best and least expensive alternative.

At McKinney Plumbing Pro, we know how stressful problems with drains and pipes can be. In most cases they are an emergency. For quick and professional service give us a call immediately at 972-552-7212.

McKinney Plumber FAQs

I have low water pressure in my home. What can I do about it?

There are several things that could cause low water pressure, including a partially closed or malfunctioning shut off valve, a crimped water line, or deposits that gather in older galvanized pipes. If your neighbors have strong water pressure, the problem is most likely between the water meter and your home. One of our qualified McKinney plumbers will be able to identify the problem and explain your options.


I recently saw PEX pipe in my local building supply store. What is it used for?

A: PEX pipe is a cross linked polyethylene tubing product. It has become increasingly popular for water supply lines because of it ease of use and often superior durability to copper. PEX is used regularly by both plumbers and the home handy man.

Is it really necessary to hire a professional plumber to clear a stopped drain?

Getting a plumber to do the repair for you may seem expensive but its one of the best ways to making sure that your house is not going to have the same problem in the future. You might be able to do it yourself, but if it’s not fixed after spending all the time and money you may ask yourself why you didn’t rely on one of our McKinney plumbers to get the job done right, the first time.

How can I tell if I have a leak in my water service line?

The simplest method is to check for soggy soil in the area that your service line enters your home. If your water bill has increased, you can also do a meter check by turning off all water consuming fixtures. Note your meter reading. Wait 30 minutes and check your meter again. If water usage continues, then you should consider our leak detection service.

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