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The Essential Spring Plumbing Checklist

Monday, May 6th, 2019

hand-drawing-check-box-on-a-white-backgroundIt’s spring! The temperatures here in Texas heat up a lot faster than those of our neighbors up north. You’ve probably already started in on some spring cleaning—clearing out the garage, swapping out those winter clothes for lighter layers, and deep cleaning your home. There’s one area of your home that you’ve probably neglected though—your plumbing system!

We don’t blame you for this. We’re a plumbing company, but we’re realistic — we know that to most people your plumbing system is out of sight and entirely out of mind. We want to bring it to your attention with this helpful plumbing checklist for spring.

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What to Do When You Have a Pipe Burst

Monday, March 11th, 2019

High-pressure-pipe-leakingSometimes you run into unexpected problems with your plumbing system, the worst of which is a burst pipe. This type of plumbing emergency is messy, cumbersome, and most of all it’s a potential danger to your home. If you need service from professional that has lots of experience, training, and can get your system back on track promptly you need a professional from our team.

We’re proud to say that we have the best plumbers in Rosenberg, TX and we’re always committed to providing quality customer service. If you’re in a pinch that’s before or after normal work hours we have 24/7 emergency service too. We’ve served the Southwest Houston area since 1987 so we have the experience necessary to get your plumbing system in tip-top shape.  

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4 Signs You Need Your Water Heater Serviced

Monday, December 31st, 2018

Technician servicing an hot-water heaterHave you had your water heater serviced this year? If you haven’t, you should, and now is a perfect time. You probably hear technicians from companies across the city sing the praises of maintenance for your air conditioner and heater, that’s because these services really are necessary and beneficial for these systems.

Homeowners often understand the importance of these services for their heating and air but don’t think to extend this mindset to their water heater too. Make sure that if you’re staying on top of scheduling services for your air conditioner and heater that you take the opportunity to extend this care to your water heater as well. If you need great service for your water heater in Rosenberg, TX then make sure that you contact our team here at Doug Turner Plumbing CO.

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Are You in Need of a New Toilet?

Monday, July 17th, 2017

need new toiletThere aren’t many appliances in your home that are more important than your toilet, for a number of reasons. It sees activity every day, especially if you have a large family. Most of the time, they do their job just fine—but like everything else, eventually they wear out and need replacement. Whether its individual components wearing down or the toilet stops flushing all together, we have the bathroom plumbing services in Rosenberg, TX that you need.

The good news is that toilets don’t usually give out until years, even decades, of reliable service. But once the toilet has reached the point of no return, you’ll need to move pretty quickly. A trained and experienced professional plumber can install a new toilet in your bathroom with minimal effort, but you still need to be able to know when something is wrong by spotting common signs. This signs can include, but aren’t limited to, the following:

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The Importance of Hiring a Licensed and Certified Plumber

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

hiring-professional-plumber-importanceIt may be hard to believe, but at one point historically, plumbers were just as important as doctors. This is according to Vice President of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association, Ike Casey.

His reasoning is that waterborne diseases are extremely serious and “it’s critical to have clean water and proper plumbing. We’ve taken that for granted in this country, but if you have someone who’s not trained, improper plumbing could create a very serious health problem.”

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