When you need a registered Flower Mound plumbing service, you can call Masters Services (972) 877-4650 to set up an appointment for any of your plumbing needs.
When you have a plumbing issue that is critical, it is always a good idea to call an expert. That constant drip in the kitchen or bathroom, a toilet that won’t stop running, a blockage in your sewer line, a leak in the ceiling or perhaps you are looking for a new gas line for the fireplace that you’ve always dreamed about; we can handle them all! From drain cleaning to appliance installation we can certainly help you out. Call Masters Services Flower Mound to set up an appointment with our plumber to come and give you an estimate or do a repair.
Some of our Flower Mound plumbing services include, repair and Installation of; Water heaters (including tankless heaters as well as recirculation systems), Toilets, Faucets & Hose bibs (outside hose spigots), Shower valves, Garbage disposals, Drain/waste/vent lines, water lines, and gas lines. Some of our services include: Drain Cleaning, Water/sewer/gas leak detection and repair, This includes slab leaks, yard, wall and ceiling leaks, We can also repair sprinkler system leaks but we do not service sprinkler systems. We can install the following items if you provide them however; we offer no service or warranty: Dishwashers, Washing machines, Ice Makers, Reverse osmosis systems, Water Filters.
When it comes to Flower Mound plumbing, oil and fats and drains definitely don’t get along! Pouring oil or grease into your drain is an easy way to buildup gunk inside your pipes that can easily cause a clog or blockage. You should always throw used oil or fats away – an empty coffee container or milk jug can usually be filled and sealed so that you don’t get oil all over the trash can - make sure you cool it first before you pour it into a plastic container.
Drain screens are very useful, helping to catch all sorts of debris and hair preventing blockages from starting – clean them on a regular basis to help prevent standing water issues.
Take the time to get to know where the shut off valves are located – it can save you all sorts of problems to know where both the water and gas valves are in case of emergency.
As far as toilets are concerned, you should only flush toilet paper and body waste down the drain – They were not designed with other things in mind. Flushable wipes are sometimes not that flushable.
An easy way to see if the flapper seal in your reservoir is good is to place a few drops of food coloring into the tank and checking to see if the color is leaking into the bowl of your toilet.
In the case of freezing weather, while it is not that common in Flower Mound it happens a few times a year, make sure that your hoses are drained and your hose bibs (hose spigots) are covered. This can save you both a headache and some cash.
Shut off valves are a good way to be able to isolate bathrooms or kitchen plumbing from the rest of the house in the case that you need to do work in a specific area of the house.