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Troubleshooting Your Garbage Disposal System

There are few breakdowns more unpleasant than when your garbage disposal stops working. You may have food stuck in it and water backed up, causing a foul-smelling mess. A garbage disposal is typically not a complicated device—there are not that many things that can go wrong with it. If yours is … [Read more...]

Do a Spring Plumbing Inspection

It's time for spring cleaning, right? Why not incorporate a quick, do-it-yourself inspection of your home's plumbing. It's a better time of year to identify and remedy any potential problems. Here are the things want to look for: Inspect all your toilets for leaks—put a few drops of food … [Read more...]

Preventing Kitchen Drain Clogs

Dallas Clogged Drain Plumbers If you’re like most people, it’s hard to keep food, coffee grounds, and grease out of the kitchen sink. As most homeowners eventually discover, however, overtime this leads to a clogged kitchen drain. Since a clogged drain can be aggravated by the shape of your … [Read more...]

What to Do in a Plumbing Emergency

A broken water line or a leaking pipe—it can happen at any time, but it seems that these types of problems typically arise in the middle of the night or on the weekend. Even if you are able to get in touch with a plumber who can come out soon, there are certain steps you want to take to protect your … [Read more...]

Drain Clogged? Why You should call a Plumber

Plumbers Serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Area It’s happened to all of us at one time or another – you turn on the shower and wait for it to warm up only to step in a minute or two later into an inch of standing water. You check the plug and it’s open; you turn off the shower and see if there’s … [Read more...]

Preemptive Plumbing—Taking Proactive Steps to Avoid Plumbing Catastrophes

You only call a plumber when there's an emergency, right? Or if you are planning new construction or a major remodel? Not necessarily!! A regular maintenance and inspection plan can help you minimize the risk that something devastating will happen. Here are some of the things you can do on a regular … [Read more...]

Winterizing Your Plumbing

The days are getting shorter and winter is just about upon us. Even in the warmer climate in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, you can be at risk of frozen water pipes when an arctic blast blows through. There are steps that you can take to minimize the risk that you'll lose the flow of water, or … [Read more...]

Do You Need to Replace Your Water Pipes?

It's a homeowner's worst nightmare—a leaking or broken water pipe. It can cause extensive damage to floors, walls and electrical systems. And often, it could have been avoided if old and deteriorating pipes had been replaced. So how do you know if it's time to replace your water pipes? The Telltale … [Read more...]

Happy Thanksgiving

Contact Public Service Plumbers To learn how we can help you, call 214-363-4477 or contact us by e-mail and we'll schedule an appointment. At Public Service Plumbers, we answer our phones 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We can send our service personnel to your home or business anytime, day or … [Read more...]

Making Certain Your Pipes Are Properly Vented

As a homeowner, you don't typically worry about gas escaping into your home from the water and drain pipes throughout the house. But if you are hooked up to a sewer line, it's a legitimate concern and one that any plumber must consider when running or replacing pipes. In fact, the typical type of … [Read more...]

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Troubleshooting Your Garbage Disposal System

There are few breakdowns more unpleasant than when your garbage disposal stops working. You may have food stuck in it and water backed up, causing a foul-smelling mess. A garbage disposal is … Read More

Do a Spring Plumbing Inspection

It's time for spring cleaning, right? Why not incorporate a quick, do-it-yourself inspection of your home's plumbing. It's a better time of year to identify and remedy any potential problems. Here … Read More