Frequently Asked Questions
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Yes, our Plumbers are licensed by The Texas Board of Plumbing Examiners and meet requirements set by the State. Our Master Plumber has over 25 years of plumbing experience and oversees all projects with care and detail.
Yes, we work hard to be in compliance with Texas State Laws and regulations.
Same day service in most cases.
We have highly trained and experienced commercial and residential plumbers at Buddy’s Plumbing. For residential plumbing, we perform tunneling, gas lines, sewer repair, water line repair, and replacement, faucets, and disposals and more.
Shut off the main water supply to your home and call is immediately at 409-945-2557
Usually caused by roots that have pushed their way into the pipes. Before long, debris collects on the roots and blocks the water flow.
Faulty Appliances – appliances such as commercial water heaters, and Furnace use natural gas or propane to create heat. They may be improperly installed or grow older causing a leak into a commercial facility, putting everyone in the building at danger.
Faulty Piping – the maze of piping that connects all rooms in the building may become old and due to wear and tear start to leak.
Poor Ventilation – if an exhaust fan stops working, gases such as natural gas, propane, carbon dioxide can leak back into the commercial facility. If outlets become clogged this can cause carbon monoxide to leak into the facility.
Clogs – drain pipes and main sewer lines can become clogged causing a backup. This can happen in commercial plumbing frequently because of the high traffic volume of people using the facilities in commercial buildings.
Tree Roots – tree roots can grow into pipe lines blocking and/or damaging your sewer line.
Pipe Breakdown – older sewer lines that are older may more easily broken or become corroded creating a sewer backup.
When considering any new fixture for your home, we recommend that you choose a fixture made by one of the major manufacturers. If cracks or fissures are present in the tank or bowl, this can impede the operation of the fixture. Poor mounting and deteriorating rings and seals can affect the operation as well. Keep in mind that many of the new toilets conform to new government standards that require they use no more than 1.6 gallons per flush. If you are replacing an older model, this may take getting use to.
Root killer products are best applied by a professional. If you opt to do it yourself, read the instructions carefully. Use root killer through a sewer drainage port with a flow of water.
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