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Dallas Plumbing Company has served the Dallas area with its family-oriented business for 120 years. We've witnessed the evolution of plumbing, from wooden pipes and outhouses to the modern homes of today. Though plumbing changed significantly, our commitment to trustworthy, reliable, and professional service remains!

Dallas Plumbing Company offers plumbing, HVAC, and indoor air quality services.
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Our philosophy at Metro-Flow Plumbing is to provide our clients with highly qualified plumbers who perform superior-quality work at competitive prices. Since our founding in 1989, we've been building strong relationships through 100 percent customer satisfaction.

Metro-Flow offers a variety of plumbing services, including the repair and replacement of faucets, toilets, water heaters, water lines, and gas lines.
13th year as a Best Pick
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We've been in business since 1945. You don't stay in business that long unless you're treating your customers right. We pride ourselves on being clean and professional. We know that we're guests in your home, and we want to be invited back. Customer satisfaction is our top priority.

Baker Brothers Plumbing, Air & Electrical offers residential and commercial plumbing repair and service, water heater replacement, sewer and drain cleaning, and slab leak location and repair.
11th year as a Best Pick
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We feel so honored and grateful that our loyal customers allow us to serve them. We'll always keep our promise to homeowners to deliver quality craftsmanship along with respect and integrity. Our continuous goal is to provide the highest-quality residential plumbing service.

Legacy Plumbing is a full-service residential and commercial plumbing company.
6th year as a Best Pick
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As a family-owned business, we value the relationship we have with our customers. We pioneered a new way of doing business that guarantees punctual service. 'If There's Any Delay, It's You We Pay!' Our goal is to deliver quality service and exceed your expectations: 100 percent satisfaction for every customer every time.

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing installs and repairs plumbing fixtures, water heaters, tankless water heaters, and garbage disposals for residential customers.
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Same day service or your service fee is free, guaranteed. We are committed to providing you with legendary service. We will properly diagnose and get your issue solved. Our goal is to make sure by the time we leave that you have complete peace of mind resting assured that your plumbing system is working as it should.

On Time Experts offers plumbing services, including water heater maintenance, repair, and replacement; drain cleaning and sewer repair; water quality services; and more.
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Berkeys plumbers are licensed, background checked, and drug tested. Berkeys plumbers are experts in all general plumbing repairs or installations, including drain and sewer, water heaters, tankless water heaters, garbage disposals, slab leak detection, and more.

About Metro-Dallas Plumbing Companies

Plumbing emergencies can cause even the most steadfast homeowner to crack, but metroplex residents need look no further than Best Pick Reports to find a Dallas plumbing company that can make things copacetic. Before you call in a professional, it’s important to have a basic understanding of some common plumbing problems.

Being able to describe the plumbing problem you're experiencing will save you and your plumbing professional time and energy when diagnosing the proper repair. Pay attention to the sounds, smells, and behavior of plumbing fixtures, water levels, and visible pipes around your home and take notes for future reference.

One of the more frequent troubles is a clogged drain. For toilets, homeowners can often clear the clog with a plunger and a little bit of elbow grease. Some difficult clogs, however, will require a plumber to use an auger, or snake, to break it up. Grease clogs are another ordinary type of clog that usually occurs in the two-inch drainpipe connecting the kitchen sink to the main, four-inch drainpipe that handles toilet waste and leads to the sewer. Because washing machines force water into the same two-inch drainpipe, a grease clog is frequently misdiagnosed as a clogged washing-machine drain line.

Another common plumbing problem is the maddening dripping faucet. More than simply an audible annoyance, leaky faucets slowly and steadily add to your monthly water bill. These are usually caused by simple wear and tear. Various faucet designs shut off water flow differently, so any number of components can be the cause of the faucet drip. An expert plumber will be able to find the cause and solution to the problem in no time.

If you are not entirely certain of the origin of your plumbing problem, call one of the Dallas plumbing specialists below for expert knowledge and service. Our unbiased research uncovered the plumbing companies local homeowners rely on most of all. Like any contractor working at the home, plumbers should carry liability insurance. All Dallas plumbing companies featured in Best Pick Reports carry such insurance, so choosing one of those companies will save you from a needless flood of worry.

Save on Water Bills with WaterSense Products

The EPA estimates that the average American home can shave a third off its yearly water bill by using just a few products that meet the WaterSense standard of efficiency. Since its introduction in 2006, the WaterSense program has helped save consumers virtually nine billion dollars and has conserved nearly half a trillion gallons of water. More and more products with the WaterSense label debut every year—over 8,000 in 2012 alone—and that means there are plenty of ways to make WaterSense work for you.


water sense kitchen faucetReplacing your kitchen and bath faucets with WaterSense-labeled products can cut as many as 400 gallons of water from your bills per year. Keep in mind that WaterSense-approved products have to operate just like—or better than—their non-efficient counterparts, so they work and act the same as the products you’re used to.

Here’s another cost-saving tip: check to see if a WaterSense-approved aerator is compatible with your current faucet. With an investment of a just a few dollars and a few minutes of your time, you might be able to see big savings in your water bill.


Toilets account for a staggering percentage of a home’s water use—upwards of 30 percent—so switching to a WaterSense-approved model can save you big time. That translates into thousands of dollars of savings over the lifetime of the toilet and a big reduction in water waste in your home. Don’t be scared if you dealt with an early low-flow model and were unimpressed, as these new WaterSense-labeled toilets combine function with efficiency.


Showers also account for a big chunk of any water bill—the average showerhead unleashes two-and-a-half gallons of water per minute—and swapping an inefficient showerhead with a WaterSense-labeled replacement can save you money in water usage and in water-heating bills.

The EPA estimates that a typical household can save nearly 3,000 gallons of water per year, plus hundreds of kilowatt hours of power. What does that mean for you in the long run? It means more money saved and less water wasted. Remember that to have a WaterSense label, a product must be at least 20 percent more efficient in its water and energy usage than the average product of its type.

Outdoor Irrigation

professional plumber isntalling lawn irrigation systemLush grass, vibrant flowers, and healthy trees and shrubs are all big visual components of a landscape’s beauty, but keeping all those plants and trees green and healthy is where we use a lot of water—about nine billion gallons annually—and also where we spend a lot of money.

The EPA estimates that as much as half of those nine billion gallons is wasted due to overwatering as a result of inefficient outdoor irrigation systems. WaterSense-approved irrigation controllers take into account many factors that a simple timer can’t.

From weather patterns to landscape conditions, these high-tech systems will make sure you cut down on wasted water and money while keeping your yard the envy of the neighborhood.

Wait, There’s More!

As if all these new, efficient products weren’t already saving you money, there’s a bonus: you might be eligible for a rebate from your utility or municipality if you purchase a WaterSense product. Check with the manufacturer or visit the EPA’s WaterSense web page to see if your product qualifies.

Dallas Service Areas

Best Pick Reports serves the Dallas metroplex across several counties including Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, and Tarrant County. Best Pick contractors serve many localities within this region including Dallas, Plano, McKinney, Frisco, Lewisville, Flower Mound, Irving, Grapevine, and Southlake. To find the best listings for your home, enter your ZIP code in the prompt above the company listings.

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