Dallas Area Commercial & Residential Faucet Repair & Installation

Allen Plumbers Faucets and Fixtures

faucet control plumbers allen, txFaucets are a key part of your Allen plumbing for an obvious reason: They dispense water. Therefore, keeping your faucets in working condition is of great importance. A number of things can go wrong with Dallas faucets, from leaks to noise. Sometimes you will need to replace a faucet altogether to solve the problem.

A dripping faucet is the most common plumbing problem in Allen, TX, as well as one of the easiest to repair. Yet, many residents ignore it and leave the dripping faucet unrepaired. That costs money. A steady drip can waste $20 or more in water in a short time. Multiply that figure by the number of faucet drips in your home, and you can calculate how much of your money is literally going down the drain. The waste from a dripping hot water faucet is even more due to the additional Allen utility expense of paying the gas or electric company, via your water heater, to heat the water before it goes down the drain.

Another potential Allen plumbing occurrence is water hammer. When plumbing control devices such as a dishwasher, toilet or even faucet shut off suddenly, you may hear a loud bang or clank. The quick termination of water flow can send a shock down the pipe through the plumbing system. Over time, water hammer can wear your Allen plumbing system down and possibly damage important components of your house. Our Allen plumbers have solutions to correcting this problem and are ready to get your plumbing back in optimal working order.

Allen Plumbing Pro’s skilled plumbers can handle any faucet repair or replacement whether part of a kitchen sink, bathroom sink, bathtub, shower, wet bar, laundry room, water shut-off valves or even an outdoor hose bib. Faucets contain moving parts that break and wear out over time.

For the repair of your old antique faucet or the installation of a new vanity sink, Allen Plumbing Pro has you covered. Is it time to get rid of that old 5 gallon flush toilet that takes 10 minutes to refill? We think so too. With a new High Efficiency Toilets that consumes a meager 1.28 GPF, the average household can save 25,000 gallons of fresh water annually!

Our friendly, personal service is cost-effective and we will identify and resolve your plumbing or drainage needs quickly and efficiently. We have qualified and highly experienced technicians to handle any type of plumbing emergency, and let you get on with your daily life with a minimum of disruption.

For a full service Allen plumbing contractor, call us now. Below is a list of the more common services we regularly provide. We, however, specialize in resolving those difficult problems where others have failed or just do not want to tackle. If you do not see the type of work you need performed below, please do not hesitate to call us and discuss it with us.

  • Unclog drains of all types including sewers
  • Repair or replace defective sewer lines
  • Bathtubs replaced
  • Tub/Shower valves repaired
  • Tub/Shower valves installed or replaced
  • Install cleanout for sewer outdoors
  • Repair and replace water heaters
  • Repair and replace toilets
  • Repair and replace faucets
  • Reset leaking toilets
  • Replacement of garbage disposals
  • Installation of dishwashers
  • Installation of instant hot water dispensers
  • Installation of water filtration systems of all types
  • Sink installation and replacement
  • Water flow/pressure problem remediation
  • Installation of gas piping
  • Repair of gas leaks
  • Gas line and log lighter in fireplaces
  • Gas line to outdoor grill or fire pit
  • Hose bibs and faucets installed and/or replaced
  • Freeze-ups thawed and repaired
  • Hot water circulating pump and systems installed
  • Icemaker lines to refrigerators

So if you are not up to a “do-it-yourself” faucet repair, give Allen Plumbing Pro a call today at (972)546-2980. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Allen Plumber Insight

Question: Why do some faucets cost so much more than others?
Answer: Some faucets are simply made better than others with higher quality materials such as solid brass or a mixture of brass and plastic. There are also two different grades of brass, yellow brass and red brass with red being the most durable of the two. There is also a difference between brands on the quality of the internal parts used. All of these differences help to determine the superior levels of appearance, performance and durability.

Question: Is there a simple method to remove the nuts that hold my faucet in place?
Answer: Removing old faucets isn't difficult, but you'll have to spend some time on your back under the sink. basin wrench tool for faucet installationTo keep your under-the-sink time to a minimum, try using a couple of tricks – penetrating oil to make nuts easier to remove, and a basin wrench that is made specifically for reaching up and grabbing the tailpiece nuts. A basin wrench isn't expensive and is worth every penny when it comes to relieving back strain and frustration! If you’re not up to a faucet replacement call us, we’re here to help.

Question: Are the instant hot water heaters at the kitchen sink worth the cost?
Answer: If you are considering an upgrade to your kitchen, it is a great time to explore the instant hot water faucet. While expensive, the convenience of near boiling water instantly is great. Most units will provide nearly a gallon of hot water which is more than enough for a cup of tea without having to use the microwave or stove top.

Question: How do exterior faucet covers protect during a freeze?
Answer: Most faucet covers simply lock in the warmth of the house around the hose bib. Additionally they reduce the cold air movement around the faucet which helps to keep the metal parts warm. You can also wrap the faucet with insulation. However, this fails to keep a warmer air space around the bib.

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