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Call The Round Rock Plumbing Team: 512-253-4393

Is your water heater failing to deliver consistently hot water? Do you have a shower head or faucet that drips constantly? Does your toilet never stop running?

Often times even the smallest plumbing issue or drain back-up, if not repaired quickly, can lead to even bigger problems.

As a homeowner, tenant or residential property owner, the last thing you’ll want is a major plumbing problem that can cause sewage leaks and even structural damage to your home.

We work with residential property owners and property management companies such as apartment complexes, condominiums, hotels and motels, homeowners associations, and other multi-unit housing companies, and we can help you, too.

We offer a full range of residential plumbing services and we are committed to providing professional, honest and affordable service on every job.

From simple repairs to complex installations, we provide exemplary plumbing service. Because of our quality workmanship, attention to detail, and prompt service, we have a solid reputation of customer satisfaction.

Our technicians are neat, efficient, and highly skilled, as well as qualified to evaluate and answer your questions.

Our licensed, professional, courteous plumbers can provide solutions for all of your plumbing needs, including, but not limited to:

  • Drain Cleaning
  • Complete bathroom, kitchen, and other residential home plumbing repair and service
  • Septic system repair, maintenance and installation
  • Installation of new fixtures for Jacuzzis, hot tubs, showers, sinks and toilets
  • Leak Detection
  • Sewer, water, and gas replacement and repair
  • Circulator, sewer ejector, and sump pump repair and replacement
  • Complete plumbing repair and service
  • And more!

We solve your plumbing problems efficiently and accurately, so you can continue to enjoy your home.

Our professional technicians come ready to handle any situation on the spot, saving you time, money and frustration.

Don’t let a plumbing problem turn into an unnecessary emergency.

Call The Round Rock Plumbing Team: 512-253-4393

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Our residential plumbing professionals are ready to answer all your questions and explain all the repairs in detail before we start the project. Call us at 24/7 for personalized, professional plumbing repairs

Residential Plumbing Repair in Round Rock, Tx

Plumbing repair is no joke.  It’s important that you understand your home or building’s basic plumbing scheme and the principles behind water delivery in your house.

Here are some basics of how your plumbing is likely laid out and how it works:

  • From the city main, water enters underground through a ¾ or 1” metal pipe. For a pre-1950 house, the metal is usually galvanized plumbing-grade steel; after 1950, copper was used for the supply. Newer houses or houses supplied by a private water service (or M.U.D.) may often have polyethylene (PVC) pipes.
  • Water usage will be metered by a city-owned metering device. If there’s not a meter inside the house, there’s probably one in a shallow pit between the house and the curb. You can lift the cover and read the meter to monitor your consumption in cubic feet (not gallons).
  • There will be a shutoff valve next to the meter which can cut off all water going into the house. The cutoff valve can be turned with a pair of Channel-lok style pliers; in case of a major leak or other problem, you’ll need to know where this valve is to shut off the flow and prevent any damage.
  • The hot and cold water lines that supply your sinks, toilet, etc. are called “trunk lines” and are usually ¾” in diameter. The pipes to outdoor hose faucets and other high-demand plumbing fixtures are also usually ¾” in diameter.
  • Each plumbing fixture (toilet, sinks, bathtub, etc) should have a cutoff valve of its own. That way you can cut off the supply to that particular fixture for repair without having to cut off the water for the entire house.
  • City water supplies usually have a pretty fair amount of pressure. The weight and force of water can be something to reckon with; make sure that you take this into account during any plumbing repairs or maintenance so that you don’t wind up with a huge mess on your hands.

We additionally …

-Have been in business a long time
-Warranty your fulfillment with our solutions.

-Supply in advance rates without surprise costs.
-Are an in your area had as well as run firm.

Call The Round Rock Plumbing Team: 512-253-4393