Your Garland plumber since 1990, Staggs Plumbing has accumulated many top consumer awards for its outstanding work. Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, and 3 consecutive Angie’s List Super Service Awards, Staggs Plumbing stands for excellent customer service, for projects of any size.
From the minute you contact us, you can be confident that we will arrive on time as promised, provide you with a fair price, and begin to solve your problem as quickly as possible.
Call Us Today: (972) 742-3858
Plumbing Services We Provide in Garland, TX:
- Kitchen sink and faucet installation or repair
- Clogged and stopped up drains
- Bathroom sink and faucet installation
- Dishwasher installation
- Shower installation or repair
- Bathtub repair or replacement
- Slab leak detection and repair (water leak under your home’s foundation)
- Yard leak detection and repair
- Water heater repair and installation
- Water leak detection
- Sewer line repair
- Septic tank installation and repair
- Conversion to a tankless water heater
- Toilet repair and replacement
- Outdoor spigot installation and repair
- Frozen pipe repair
- Unclogged drains and sewers
- Garbage disposal installation
Garland Plumber: Residential Plumbing Tips
Toilet Installation, Replacement, and Unblocking
Whether you are doing some remodeling, simply want to upgrade your current bathroom, or have a blocked toilet, Staggs Plumbing is the company to call.
As a local Garland plumber, we have built and grown our business by delivering first-class service every time. The majority of our new business comes to us by referral, which we feel is a testament to the quality and level of our service.
Kitchen Plumbing Services
Installing a new kitchen can be an exciting time, but the majority of the appliances require some plumbing expertise to install or upgrade. We can install your new sink, dishwasher, or even a top-of-the-line refrigerator.
Let’s face it, the kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in any home, and the last thing anyone wants are workmen in their kitchen causing disruption for days on end.
That’s why we plan your project and get the job completed in the shortest possible time to the highest standards. We never compromise on quality, we don’t waste time, and you will find our customer service to be second to none.
Slab Leak Repair Garland
Many homes in north Texas are built on a concrete slab foundation, and as a consequence, pipes run through the slab under the home. Over time, expansion and contraction of the soil under your home affect the integrity of these underground pipes. When too much stress is placed on these pipes leaks can occur.
Water or sewage leaks from pipes soak the soil under the house and eventually makes its way up through the concrete and into your home. You’ll know something is wrong if damp spots start to show up in odd places, or if there is an unpleasant odor from mold.
Slab leaks can cause significant problems, and ignoring them is simply not an option.
If immediate repair isn’t made to the pipes underneath the concrete/beams, it can cause multiple problems that would be detrimental to your home.
Some tell-tale signs which can give you an indication that you could have a slab leak:
Has Your Water Pressure Suddenly Dropped?
When your water is coming from a constant source, such as the city of Garland utilities, the water pressure should remain fairly constant. If this has always been the case—and you suddenly notice a decrease in pressure—speak to your neighbors. If their pressure has remained constant, this narrows the problem down to your property, and at the very least gives you an indication that you may have a leak.
Can You Hear Running Water?
This may be the least scientific method, but if you start to hear the sound of running water—when all appliances, showers and toilets are off—this is an indication of a leak. It could be a leak from a pipe in the wall or perhaps a leak underneath the house foundation.
Has Your Water Usage Increased?
Another way of spotting a leak is to regularly check your water use. If it A sudden increase with no obvious explanation is another signal there is a leak somewhere. You can check your water meter. They usually have a small dial that spins when water is being used. With no water flowing, it should not move. If there is the smallest drip, this leak-detection indicator will move, even if very slowly.
If you suspect a slab leak, don’t delay. Call our professional plumbing team, and we will get to work to resolve your problem as quickly as possible.
Garland Water Heater Installation and Repair
Our fully certified water heater repair technicians can deal with your emergency—in most cases, on the same day. We carry a wide variety of parts and always strive to get your water heater up and running quickly because we understand how important hot water is to your family.
It is only when your hot water system develops a fault that you realize just how much we all take hot water for granted. While you may not always be able to rely on your water heater to keep on working, you can rest assured that as the premier plumbing company in Garland, we won’t let you down.
At Staggs Plumbing, we strive to deliver the best service at the most competitive and fair prices. Our team of technicians is fully qualified and insured, and they are determined to leave each customer fully satisfied with their work.
We have been your Garland plumber for many years and are proud of our excellent reputation. We don’t take our good reputation for granted and are always working hard every day to not only maintain, but also improve it.
Whatever your plumbing requirements, from small jobs such as changing a kitchen faucet to installing a new hot water system, we promise you the following:
- We will turn up when we say we will.
- We will complete the job to the highest possible standards.
- We will cause the minimum of disruption.
- We will clean up after ourselves and leave the work area as clean as when we started.
Give us a call today and be safe in the knowledge that you have found a dependable and reliable plumbing company.
Garland Service Area
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