Dallas Area Commercial & Residential Plumbers - Contractors

Plumbers Allen, TX

modern allen, tx bathroomDallas plumbing used to be cast-iron, copper, and steel, and only required a soldering torch, a large wrench, and a hacksaw to get to work. No more. At Allen Plumbing Pro, modern plumbing is environmentally friendly and energy conscious. As a home or business owner in Allen, Texas, you now use your conscience as well as style and design sense when making choices for renovations or new installations. The systems that are installed by Allen Plumbing Pro can look good, work well and minimize harm to the environment.

As your local Allen plumber solution, we pride ourselves on providing the utmost in customer care and quality service. Our response time is exceptional. We are available 24 hours a day to handle your emergency plumbing needs. We keep the costs as low as possible and our prices are extremely reasonable.

We take care of any plumbing fixture and home plumbing repair: clogged drains, slab leaks, tankless water heater installation, frozen pipes, burst pipes, leaking faucets, clogged sinks, faulty garbage disposals, leak detection and other drainage problems.

Allen Plumbing Pro offers a full range of Dallas area plumbing services. When you chose the services of Allen Plumbing Pro, you can rest assured you will receive one of the best plumbing services available in the Dallas area. Our plumbing technicians are experienced, and they keep up to date on the latest advances in plumbing technology. Those advances are passed on to our customers. From simple equipment cleaning to complex sewer troubleshooting, your Allen plumbing is safe.

Our experienced Allen plumbers can handle any residential or commercial challenge, and they can do it better, cleaner and faster. Clogs, leaks, backups, drips? Allen plumbing can have them fixed – no problem. Our work is 100% guaranteed. Customer satisfaction is, and has always been, our number one priority.

In addition to routine installation, repair, drain cleaning and maintenance, our services include:

Water Heaters (tank and tankless)
Faucet Repair/Installation
Toilet Repair/Installation
Pipe Repair/Installation
Garbage Disposal Repair
Sewer Line Repair
Slab Leaks

We know you have many choices for Allen plumbers. Let us show you how we stand out. Give us a call today at (972)546-2980.

Allen Plumber FAQs

Q: My kitchen garbage disposal keeps getting clogged and smells bad. How can I fix these problems?
garbage disposal A: Clogged garbage disposals mainly result from food waste lining the walls of the waste line or waste trap, plugging the pipe all together. The best way to prevent your garbage disposal from clogging is to pay attention to specific food waste being ground up (no banana peels or stringy items) and to make sure there is enough water to flush waste down the system. To maintain sharp blades and a clean system, some recommend to regularly grind up ice cubes and sliced lemons with peels on. It’s good practice to always keep the water running when grinding food waste and for 30 seconds afterward allowing all food matter to be completely flushed from the system minimizing any residue sticking to the walls of the pipes.

Q: My shower heads and faucet aerators have a buildup of a white substance around the area where the water comes out. Is there anything I can do other than replacement?
A: The unsightly buildup is mineral deposits. To remove these deposits from the showerhead, take a plastic bag and pour a cup of vinegar in it. Place the bag over the showerhead and use a twist tie to hold it in place overnight. In the morning, remove the bag and use an old toothbrush to gently scrub the deposits off. You might be able to remove the aerators from the faucets and allow them to soak in the vinegar overnight.

Q: Recently the shower/tub faucet in my master bath has low water pressure. What could be the problem?
A: You may have a problem with the anti-scald valve. This is a feature of modern faucets that prevents a blast of hot water in the shower. It is basically a spring-activated valve that senses a drop in cold water pressure and immediately reduces the hot water pressure. These valves can become defective with age and with exposure to chemicals in the water causing a reduction in water flow to the fixture. Some faucets have the anti-scald features integrated into the valve cartridge while others have a separate anti-scald valve. In either case replacement of the defective part is the repair of choice.

Q: Are leaks under my home’s foundation common?
A: Unfortunately, leaks under Dallas area homes’ foundations are common and can cause extensive damage. Because of the high clay content, our wet soil expands and dry soil contracts. This instability causes both water and sewer lines under your foundation to puncture or separate. If you are having unusual symptoms like wet spots on the concrete under your floor or high water bills, call today for complete and comprehensive testing.

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