Plumber In Odessa, Texas
Plumbing Services & Products
The licensed plumbers at The Darville Company can help with all of your plumbing and sewer system needs, including:
- Comprehensive plumbing inspection
- Emergency plumbing services
- Repair or replace gas and electric water heater
- Repair or replace tankless water heater
- Tankless water heater maintenance
- Water heater installation
- Replace connections to garbage disposals and dishwashers
- Repair or replace plumbing fixtures and faucets
- Sewer and drain cleaning
- Sewer line repair
- Repair or replace water, gas and sewer lines
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In addition to providing plumbing services, we offer the following products:
- InSinkerator garbage disposals
- Bio-Clean – for all drains
- Delta kitchen faucets
- Power flush toilets
- Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters
- Gas and Electric Water Heaters
- Rheem Pro Series Water Heaters
Vertex Product Offerings
Proven and Reliable 2 and 3-Temp Dispensers
2 and 3-temperature water coolers provide a constant supply of clean, great tasting water from an existing water source. The Standard Filtration is ideal for areas with softer water (under 5 grains of hardness) looking to produce fresh tasting water. The internal filtration systems are easily accessible, making filter replacement quick and easy.
- Hot & Cold Countertop
- Deluxe 3-Temp Countertop
- Hot & Cold Floorstanding
- Room & Cold Floorstanding
- 3-Temp Floorstanding
- 3-Temp High-Capacity Floorstanding
50 GPD Certified RO System
Undersink Systems Optimized for City Water
WQA and IAPMO Certified 5-Stage undersink Reverse Osmosis system with 36-GPD membrane optimized to treat city water using the existing water pressure. Choose the pump option where water pressure is low or TDS is high. This Reverse Osmosis system is the perfect solution for optimizing city water.
- 5-Stage RO systems
- 5-Stage RO with pump
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I have a slab leak?
A slab leak is often indicated by one or more of the following issues: an unexpected increase in your water bill, damp flooring, moldy baseboards, water around the outside walls of your home, low water pressure, and the sound of running water when pipes aren’t being used. If you’re experiencing any of the above, give us a call at 432-580-9675! We’re Odessa-Midland’s slab leak repair experts.
What causes slab leaks?
The most common cause of slab leaks is corrosion and abrasion from your pipes’ usage over time. If your home is 25 years old or older, your chances of encountering a slab leak at some point are unfortunately fairly likely. Slab leaks can also be caused by your home’s foundation settling and putting increased pressure on your plumbing.
Can tree roots damage my pipes?
Tree root intrusion is unfortunately a fairly common plumbing problem. Since roots are constantly in search of water for their tree, a minor leak in your pipes can soon turn into a major problem. Roots can split your pipes or even block them entirely. Here’s a list of trees with roots that serve the greatest risk to your plumbing: Birch, Elm, Oak, Fig, Aspen, Sycamore, Maple, and Willows.
Why is my toilet tank filling so slowly?
A slow-filling toilet tank is due to worn out parts (like the fill valve) or debris that’s built up in your water system. If your toilet is over 7 years old, this is an especially common problem. We recommend having a professional, like our plumbing experts at The Darville Company, determine the cause of the issue and repair it for you. Give us a call today!
Why isn’t my water getting hot?
Your water heater not working properly is often a power issue. If your water heater is electric, its breaker could be tripped or its control unit might need to be reset. If your heater is gas, check the gas shut-off valve and ensure it hasn’t been switched off. If gas is flowing properly, your pilot light could be out. Check it by removing the cover of your water heater. If it’s out, follow the instructions on the side of your water heater to relight it.
CAUTION: If you don’t feel comfortable relighting your pilot light, suspect a gas leak, or believe that your hot water heater might need repair, call Darville for professional assistance.
What does a water conditioner do?
Water conditioners remove minerals, chemicals, and contaminants from your water. This process results in purer water that has a large number of benefits including superior taste, longer-lasting appliances, spot-free dishes, cleaner laundry, and more. Call us today to schedule installation of any of our WaterTech Pro Series water conditioning products!