McKinney Faucet Repair & Installation


Nothing can be more frustrating in your home than a plumbing problem. But every McKinney plumbing issue does not immediately spell disaster. There are quite a few basic plumbing situations that almost all McKinney homeowners experience at one time or another. Therefore, it’s best to educate yourself on these potential issues so that you are prepared and knowledgeable to best tackle them should they arise.

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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
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One very common occurrence is that of an annoying leaky faucet. This can cause the most aggravation to address if you don’t know how to fix it yourself. Calling out a professional McKinney plumber for this may be your best solution if you’re not confident in your plumbing skills or you just don’t have the time to tackle the job.

In the end, if you find that you are in over your head, don’t be afraid to call in the professionals. McKinney Plumbing Pro can actually wind up saving you money in the long run if you do more damage trying to fix a problem yourself.

A plumbing problem doesn’t have to leave you broke and confused. Simple steps can be taken to examine and diagnosis your plumbing system. With a little research and some time spent dedicated to the problem you may find that you’ve successfully solved your breakdown all on your own.

Faucets and fixtures have become a staple for any bathroom or kitchen. These days you want your McKinney faucet to match the theme or decor of your bathroom or kitchen and you have a wide array of options such as: Single Control Faucet, Wide Spread Faucet, Wall Mount Faucet... the possibilities are endless. You can also choose specific colors and product material. No matter what type, color or material your faucet is made of, one thing is certain, if you are paying top dollar for your faucet, it better work properly and working properly begins with the installation.

At McKinney Plumbing Pro, our techs repair and service all brands and models of sinks and faucets in the Dallas area. If your sink or faucet is broken or leaking or you have any other symptoms, simply call us at 972-552-7212, and we will take care of the rest. When completed, your sinks or faucets should be returned to perfect working order. Call your McKinney plumber 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to schedule an appointment. McKinney faucet repair and installation: 972-552-7212.

Faucet Tips From Your McKinney Plumber

¼ Turn Ball Valves

mckinney plumber valvle installationYou may notice that after a repair made by a McKinney plumber that your new valve looks different that the one you had before. It is entirely likely that the plumber installed a ¼ turn ball valve instead of your old gate valve. The reasoning is simple: ¼ turn ball valves are (1) easier to use, (2) last longer and (3) are less likely to leak. They can be used for water and gas applications and come in numerous shapes and sizes. If you’re having McKinney plumbing work done, you may want to ask your plumber to install a ¼ turn ball valve if appropriate.

Removing Faucet Valve Cartridges

If you are trying to remove a faucet valve cartridge that is frozen or locked into place, the simplest method to free the cartridge is to soak or spray a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water for an extended period of time. This situation is due to calcium or mineral buildup and the mixture will allow the buildup to break down and loosen.

Valve Stops to Sink Faucets and Toilets

These small, usually chrome, shut off valves under your sinks and toilets have few moving parts and will normally last many years. Over time, they may develop leaks or not shut off properly because of mineral build up or rubber washer deterioration. The frustration with this shut off is they normally don’t leak or fail until you need to shut them off. In some cases, this leak can be cured by simply (but carefully) tightening the stem cap. We recommend each time work is done of a fixture that you consider replacing this valve so that actually does shut off the water when needed.

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