Plumbing in Tyler, TX
Full-Scale Plumbing Services
These are just a few of the plumbing services we provide in the greater Tyler, TX area.
24/7 Emergency Services
Kitchen & Bathroom Sink Repair, Replacement & Installation
Bathtubs & Shower Repair, Replacement & Installation
Toilet Repair, Replacement & Installation
Plumbing Repiping Services
Water Leak Detection & Repair
Sewer Line Clean Outs
Sewer Line Video Inspections
Plumbing Problems? How Can We Serve You?
Residential and/or Commercial plumbing repair, inspection, and maintenance at flat-rate prices.
Price: Starts at $99.00 Est. Time of Completion —1 hour
The Walker Experience.
Step 1: Give Us A Call
A friendly team member will listen to you describe the problem with your toilet, tub, pipes, drains, etc.
Step 2: Schedule Your Plumbing Service
We will work with your schedule to find a time that is most convenient for you.
Step 3: Receive Confirmation
On the day of your service, you will receive a picture of the plumbing professional who is to arrive at your home or office along with a confirmation – hours/mins before.
Step 4: Get Top-Rate Service
Our plumbing professionals arrive with the supplies they need to handle almost any plumbing repairs or maintenance. They are courteous and aim for your satisfaction.
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Do You Guys Replace Water Heaters?
Definitely. In fact, we replace them all the time. If you need a tank or tankless hot water heater replacement, we have you covered.
Do You Recommend Tankless Hot Water Heaters?
- They’re energy-efficient, so they save you money over time
- They often last up to twice as long as tank water heaters.
- They save lots of space.
- You have unlimited hot water!
- Hot water is available in just seconds.
Do You Install Tankless Hot Water Heaters?
Do You Guys Clean Out Sewer Lines?
Yes. Our state-of-the-art video inspections allow us to pinpoint exactly where the blockage is located, what exactly it is, and whether it has actually been removed (or simply moved further down the line).
My Toilet Is Clogged—Which Type of Plunger Should I Use?
(1) Sink Plungers
Sink plungers are the classic, flat-bottomed plunger you probably have in mind when you think about a plunger. Because the flat bottom works great on flat surfaces, they work really well for sink and tub clogs, but not so well for toilet clogs.
For toilet clogs, you’re better off with one of the other plungers (below).
Looking for a sink plunger? Here’s one with excellent feedback for less than $10.
(2) Accordion Plungers
Accordion plungers get their name from their accordion-like appearance. They can be used to unclog toilets, but they’re more challenging to master than a standard toilet plunger (below).
That said, their design allows them to move air more forcibly than either of the other types of plungers.
Because accordion plungers, they scratch surfaces more easily than rubber plungers.
If you prefer accordion plungers, here’s one with lots of positive feedback for just over $10.
(3) Toilet Plungers
The toilet plunger is the all-around best plunger you can buy. The flap that sticks out the bottom of the plunger allows it to form nicely to the toilet drain.
That said, the toilet plunger flap can be folded inside the plunger for use on flat surfaces like tubs & sinks.
In our opinion, if you’re looking for a plunger, this is the kind to buy. And you can find a highly-rated one here for about $10.
If you’re looking for any of these types of plungers, you can find them at Wal-Mart, Lowe’s, Home Depot, or just about any hardware store.
Do You Guys Unclog Toilets?
Can You Guys Replace My Toilet?
That said, if you just have a toilet problem and don’t necessarily want a new toilet, we will let you know if we can fix your toilet instead of replacing it.
What Shouldn't I Flush Down The Toilet?
- Baby wipes (certainly the ones that aren’t marked “flushable,” but we don’t recommend getting carried away with the “flushable” ones either)
- Facial tissue
- Paper towels.
- Sanitary products or diapers
- Q-tips, cotton balls or dental floss
- Food scrap
- Cat litter
Toilet not unstopping? Get in touch! We’re happy to help.
My Toilet Is Leaking—How Do I Shut Off The Water?
My Tub And/Or Sink Is Draining Slowly—Will It Get Better On Its Own?
Why Does My Sink Back Up When I Use The Disposal?
To prevent this from happening, always make sure your garbage disposal is free of food particles before turning on the dishwasher and always run the garbage disposal with plenty of cold water. If it gets really bad, you can plug up the sink, fill it with water, then remove the plug and run the disposal. The weight from the water should help force out whatever is backed up in the drain, eliminating the blockage. If this doesn’t work, give us a call!
Why Do My Pipes Rattle & Make Noise?
When you give us a call we can make sure your pipes are properly secured and install pipe hangers between your pipes and the joists to eliminate the noises.
What Causes Pipe Corrosion?
- Chemicals in the water
- The pH of the water
- The amount of oxygen in the water
- The temperature of the water
- The water pressure and the speed at which the water moves through the pipes.
Do You Guys Repair Garbage Disposals?
Absolutely. We unclog them, fix them, and/or replace them. If your garbage disposal isn’t working the way it should, give us a call. We’re ready to help.