We understand that if you’re having a plumbing emergency, you want someone at your home as quickly as possible. This is why ABC has plumbing specialists who are available 24 hours a day for any type of emergency. Just contact us and we will send a plumber to your home in no time.
As a full-service provider, you can count on ABC for any plumbing services you may need. Although the majority of our service calls come in when a repair is needed, we are also happy to help maintain your plumbing and install new plumbing equipment. We commonly work on faucets, sinks, drains, showers, water heaters and garbage disposals.
More specifically, we routinely work on the following plumbing projects:
- repairing leaks located inside or outside of the home;
- clearing stubborn blockages from toilets and drains;
- fixing and maintaining plumbing fixtures, such as water heaters and garbage disposals;
- reducing water waste by installing newer, more water-efficient equipment;
- addressing low water pressure;
- repairing running toilets;
- installing, repairing or replacing plumbing components, such as aerators, flanges and screens;
- modifying the temperature on water heaters and
- adjusting irrigation systems to make them more efficient.
Many homeowners decide to rely on our plumbers for smaller plumbing projects, such as maintenance and minor repairs, after being pleased with the work our pros have done on larger projects. When you reach out to ABC for plumbing services, you'll have more time to take the kids to play at Midlothian Community Park, play a round at the Pecan Trails golf course or just unwind at home.
When you decide to upgrade your older plumbing fixtures to newer versions, you can typically select more water-efficient components that can help you save on your water bill. In addition, selecting newer products allows you to update the look of your kitchen or bathrooms.
Yes, all of ABC’s plumbers are licensed and work under a Master Plumber. In addition to being fully licensed, our specialists also go through an extensive in-house training program. Our customers can feel confident that any specialist who arrives at their home will be highly-trained and fully equipped to handle any plumbing service they need. Additionally, you can rely on our plumbers for honest advice on whether it would be more cost-efficient to replace or repair your plumbing equipment.
Yes, ABC offers a one year warranty on our plumbing services. This means that if you are unhappy with the work we did, contact us and we will send a specialist back to your home at no additional cost. Also, some manufacturers offer guarantees on top of the warranty we offer.
Yes! While a homeowner may understand why an air conditioner should get regular maintenance, they may not have the time or desire to learn how to maintain their plumbing. Homeowners who sign up for ABC’s Advantage Maintenance Plan (AMP) receive many benefits, including:
- an annual safety diagnostic;
- no overtime charges or scheduling fees and
- discounted repairs.
With our Advantage Maintenance Plan, you can feel confident that your plumbing is working just how it should. Also, our licensed specialists will be able to catch any small problems before they turn into larger, more costly headaches.
There are a variety of small plumbing problems that may impact your monthly water bill. For example, a leaking faucet can waste a gallon of water a day. That's surprising, isn't it? Also, a running toilet can lead to a $100 increase in your water bill over the course of a year.
Another common problem is a leaking faucet or spigot located outside of the home. Because these fixtures are used less frequently, you may not even realize there is a problem until you receive your bill. If you want to get to the bottom of your costly water bill, we recommend inspecting the faucets and toilets around your home first to make sure there are no problems before calling in a professional.
In some situations, if your water bill is drastically higher than usual, you could have a slab leak. When copper pipes become corroded and start leaking, a slab leak could develop on your property. Signs of a slab leak include moist floors, a musty smell throughout your home, low water pressure and excess water pooling around your home’s foundation. It’s important to address a slab leak quickly, as these problems can cause extensive water damage and can even make your property vulnerable to pest infestations.
In many cases, the quickest and easiest way to troubleshoot a high water bill is to contact a licensed plumber. A plumber will be able to diagnose the problem promptly and then get to work on making any necessary fixes.
Yes! Our plumbers can also install any new plumbing equipment Ellis County homeowners may have purchased. We understand that you may have underestimated how much time and energy it would take to install that new faucet, fixture, shower head, garbage disposal, sink or water heater. Now, your new piece of plumbing is collecting dust in the box. When faced with the prospect of installing the part themselves, Midlothian homeowners turn to ABC, since they know that our pros will install that new equipment quickly and correctly.
On rare occasions, one of our plumbers in Midlothian will discover a larger issue than what was originally anticipated. If this happens, you will be presented with an updated estimate and timeline for making sure all the issues on your property are addressed. When we receive your approval, we will move forward with all needed repairs. When our pros are working on a plumbing job, you can go run errands, go on a walk in Mockingbird Nature Park or otherwise go about your normal routine.
When in need of a plumber, Midlothian homeowners know they can turn to ABC, no matter what time of day or night it is. Although ABC began as a pest control company, the ongoing support of the community has allowed us to expand our service offerings. Our customers know that they can feel comfortable with any ABC specialist who arrives at their home due to our stringent hiring process. During the interview process, all job candidates are background checked and drug tested.
Before conducting service calls, our plumbers go through an in-house training program to supplement their licensing. As a family-run business, one of our values is that we always treat our customers’ homes as if they were our own. You can feel confident that our plumbers will leave your home in better condition than how they found it.