DO YOU HANDLE ALL KINDS OF CLOGS AND LEAKS?
Our licensed service plumbers are capable of handling any plumbing problems, including water and gas leaks, drain stoppages, and drain inspections, main lines and dripping faucets. Every leak or stoppage, no matter how big and small, is important.
HOW CAN I KNOW WHAT IT IS GOING TO COST TO HANDLE MY PLUMBING PROBLEMS?
We cannot know what a repair is going to take until we have made a thorough inspection. However, for a small diagnostic fee of $89.00 ($109.00 after hours) a licensed service plumber will be dispatched to your house to inspect your plumbing problem. After a thorough inspection the cost of the repair will be discussed and approved by you before the work is done using No Matter What Pricing – No surprises!
WHAT DO I DO ABOUT MOLD?
The leaks and drips in the dark and unseen places housing your water and drain pipes are choice locations for mold to start and trive unseen. Your chances of becoming the next mold statistic are greatly reduced if you’ll properly maintain your home’s plumbing, and cooling systems. Mold requires moisture to grow; therefore, if you eliminate the source of the moisture you’ll eliminate the chance of mold growth. Fight mold before it starts.
HOW DO I KNOW IF MY WATER HEATER NEEDS TO BE REPLACED?
According to a major manufacturer, the average life expectancy of a residential water heater in West Texas is about five years. A water heater over three years old should be watched for moisture on or around the water heater, or signs of rust around the top or bottom covers (which could indicate a small leak). Popping and gurgling noises could also indicate that the tank is loosing efficiency because of sediment build up inside the tank. Remember that a water heater never fails at a convenient time. If your water heater is over 5-years old or is showing any of the above signs, a new high efficiency water heater with a 10-tear warranty might be in order.