Kitchen Plumbing

Kitchen Plumbing Services in Dallas, Texas

The kitchen is one of the busiest rooms in your home. As such, you want a stylish, highly functional, and reliable kitchen. So, whether you are installing new fixtures for a remodeling project or need plumbing repairs, we can help you with your project. Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating offers complete kitchen plumbing services in Dallas, Texas. 

Every kitchen has a different design and unique plumbing specifications. Regardless of your kitchen layout, we can install or repair your plumbing system so that it’s dependable, efficient, and can handle your plumbing needs through every season. Contact Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating today, and let us keep your plumbing system running at peak performance. 

To schedule plumbing services in Dallas, Texas, fill out the contact form or call us. 

Kitchen Plumbing by Dial One Johnson Plumbing in Dallas TX

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kitchen Plumbing Services We Offer in the Dallas Area

Doing your plumbing repairs can seem like a good idea until you are knee-deep in water with no clue what to do next. Not everyone is up to the challenge of plumbing work like we are here at Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating. We are a third-generation family plumbing business, so we know what we’re doing. You can be confident that you’re choosing the right company for your kitchen plumbing needs. Dial One Johnson has multiple offices in the Dallas Metro area to provide quick responses to all of your plumbing needs. Find us in your neighborhood including Cedar Hill, Grand Prarie, Midlothian and Waxahachie. 

Clogged Drains

Your kitchen plumbing system gets a lot of activity from multiple fixtures. As a result, clogged drains are common. Food, hair, chemicals, and soap buildup can hinder proper water flow, leading to backed-up pipes.

Faucet Installation & Repair

Are you remodeling your kitchen? If so, we can help you install the faucet in the sink. You can choose the kitchen sink plumbing products you like, and we’ll install them to manufacturer specifications.

Appliance Setup

Your busiest kitchen appliances, such as the dishwasher, refrigerator, and garbage disposal, all use water. We can help you set up your appliances so that they work seamlessly with your kitchen’s plumbing system.

Leak Repair

Water leaks can cause extensive structural damage in your kitchen. Dial One certified plumbers can identify leaks anywhere in the room and seal them, preventing further water leaks from occurring.

If you have a problem with your kitchen plumbing or want to upgrade your kitchen for a more modern look, call us for an estimate. Our highly trained kitchen plumbing experts know how to do it all.

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Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating is here for all your kitchen plumbing needs. We specialize in high-demand services such as installation and repair. Contact us today for an in-home assessment. We can help you plan installation or provide emergency plumbing repair service in your kitchen. 

To schedule plumbing services in Dallas, Texas, fill out the contact form or call us.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Plumbing Services in Texas

The kitchen plumbing system is attached to the same main water line as the plumbing in every other room. If you notice a leak, start by turning off the water faucet near the fixture in the kitchen. If that doesn’t work, quickly turn off the water in the main line.

Common signs of clogged kitchen drains include

  • You see or hear your toilet bubbling.
  • Water backs up to your sink.
  • Water is coming out from beneath your commode.
  • Water can drain slowly from your sink.
  • Bad odor coming from drains.

It depends. Sinks and toilets typically have their shutoff valve. The valve to the sink is probably under the counter. The valve to the sink is usually in the lower cabinet. The valve to the sink or appliance is more difficult to find. In some cases, it may be located inside the wall with a door that you open. If not, you will need to shut off the main valve, usually located outside the house or in the basement.

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