McKinney Plumbing Service – TX


Water heating is a big source of energy in the home. A new high efficiency water heater can save a substantial amount of money in operating costs over a ten year old water heater. So, if your showers are not as comfortable as they once were or if you want to reduce your energy costs, maybe its time to consider an upgrade.

mckinney plumbing service
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

We are experts at McKinney plumbing repair and installation and will be happy to provide you with whichever solution that you decide on. Our McKinney plumbers’ goal is to Dallas residents with complete satisfaction.

Your McKinney plumbing is not something you want to trust to just anybody. Turn to the expert McKinney plumbers for service and reliability every time. You can rest assured knowing your issue will be addressed properly and quickly. For the professional commercial and residential McKinney plumbers, call us today at 214-234-5678!

McKinney Plumbing Information and FAQs

Q: During a recent real estate inspection, the inspector questioned our backflow device. What is the device for?

A: The purpose of a backflow device is to protect the public health by preventing the flow of any unwanted material back into the public drinking water systems. This includes devices such as backflow prevention assemblies for irrigation applications and commercial buildings. Any external backflow device that is required to be installed should be tested regularly or according to the local codes.

Q: I’ve been told I need a gas line pressure test. What is done during one of these?

A: In a typical gas line pressure test, the technician will attach a pressure gauge to your gas line in the house. They will then monitor the pressure for a period of time to see if there is a drop. Any drop in pressure normally indicates a leak, which requires immediate location and repair.

Q: I need to replace the water supply lines to my washing machine. Should I spend the extra money for the metal mesh ones?

A: Yes. Traditional black rubber hoses clothes washer rubber hosesfound on washing machines may burst unexpectedly, causing a tremendous amount of water (approximately 5 gallons per minute) to be unleashed from the washing machine. The water will continue to run until someone turns it off. Even if your laundry room is situated so that the water won't cause major damage to your home, just imagine the amount of water wasted. So if you still have the traditional black hoses, remember to turn the water to the washing machine off before leaving for extended trips.

Q: What is an anti–scald shower faucet and how does it work?

A: The anti–scald shower valve was designed to eliminate dangerous variations in water temperature. Most of these valves use technology to balance water pressure between the hot and cold supply lines. By maintaining this balance, a person will be less likely to be scalded or frozen by a sudden change in water pressure from a flushed toilet. This specialty valve is great for children and older adults. For more information on these and other shower valves, please call your expert McKinney plumbers today.

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