Providing Expert Plumbing Repair in Westlake
Our Practical Plumbing Promise
When an emergency plumbing problem comes your way, the most important thing to do is not panic and act quickly. You don’t want to have to worry about researching which plumbing company is the best fit for your home when your toilet has turned itself into a geyser of unfortunate, dirty water. That’s what the team at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing in Westlake is here for. We make the process easy and take care of everything quickly so worrying about your plumbing problems doesn’t have to be at the top of your priority list.
Our quality service guarantee is supported by a team of highly trained plumbing technicians that are as dedicated as we are to providing you with the very best plumbing repair work there is to offer.
Repair Services We Provide
We’re prepared to tackle any plumbing repair service you need, big or small. Our trained technicians are prepared to arrive promptly, solve your problem, and leave you in peace without wasting a single minute or dollar. We provide a variety of plumbing services to the residents of Westlake, including:
Plumbing Installation Services
Our team is made up of a number of experts that are specially trained in the development of custom, high quality upgrades, installations, and remodeling plans. We’d love to sit down with you to discuss what you’re interested in so we can help make it happen. We provide installations like:
- Faucet installation
- Water filtration systems
- Water softener installation
- Toilet installation
- Sink and tub replacement
To make the process as stress-free as possible, we are committed to providing upfront pricing quotes for all projects before any work begins.
A Few Westlake Plumbing Tips
- Having some trouble with your laundry room plumbing? All that lint from your pockets ends up somewhere – and that’s in your machine drains. Make sure to regularly inspect and clean out your drain filter.
- Save money and water in warm Texas summers by going through each spring and tightening the washers and gaskets on your outdoor faucets to circumvent pesky leaks.
- Avoid a common and potentially disastrous DIY plumbing problem by making sure you break in your water heater before using it. It needs to fill up and then have the water ran to take the bubbles out before the heater is turned on to keep it from burning up.