Sugar Land Plumbing

sugar land tx plumbingFrom a simple drain clog or installing a new water heating system to running a new sewer line or a complete remodel, we can handle any repair you throw our way. And you can depend on our team to give you sound advice, whether to repair your problem or to go ahead and replace it. We offer many services to assist our residential and commercial customers in every phase of the plumbing process.

Our team provides complete residential and commercial plumbing repair and services throughout Sugar Land. We provide plumbing repairs, water leak detection, sewer line repair, drain cleaning and hydrojetting, new fixture installation and new construction design and installation, remodeling, water heater installation, garbage disposal replacement, water filtration, reverse osmosis systems, water softeners, backflow testing and more. Our high standards of service and professionalism are delivered by trained, pre-screened, handpicked service staff of knowledgeable experts to ensure overall customer satisfaction. Our team is a reliable source for both major and minor plumbing projects from new construction, upgrades and total renovations.

Water-related damage causes millions of dollars of losses each year. A sampling of 63 percent of home insurers found that water-related losses totaled $1.7 billion between 1997 and 2001. Based on the survey data, the average cost of a water claim in 2001 was $4730, up from $2537 in 1997, nearly doubling the average cost of a water claim in four years. Our team is happy to provide this information as a service to you.

Homeowner's insurance generally covers household water damage if the damage is sudden and accidental, such as damage caused by burst pipes. It does not cover damage of the sort covered by flood insurance, i.e., rising water from outside; or damage caused over time by lack of maintenance.

A water damage claim can be a red flag to insurers as well as to future homebuyers, signaling a likelihood of repeat water claims. It is better to maintain a home for water issues than face the risks of increased insurance costs and reduced home marketability. Know where your water shutoff valve is located and be sure that the entire family knows how to shut off household water supplies in the event of a sudden pipe or hose break.

Inspect your plumbing annually. Just as you change the batteries in your smoke detectors each year, you should inspect your water pipes and fittings annually. This is a simple check that takes minutes, and could prevent thousands of dollars in water damage.

Inspect around your water heater, washer, dishwasher, sinks, lavatories and refrigerator icemaker. If hoses indicate wear, replace them. Consider replacing hoses to major appliances such as your washer and dishwasher every two to five years. Steel, so-called "no burst" hoses have been shown to have a longer lifespan than other models.