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  • Video Pipe Inspections

  • Leak Detection
  • Drain Cleaning
  • Sewer Repair & Replacement
  • Faucet Repair & Replacement
  • Gas-Leak Repair & Replacement
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Frequently asked questions.

You have questions, we have answers! With over 30 years combined experience, we have  a solution for any plumbing issue you can think of.

How can I check to see if I have a leak?2021-06-11T14:38:24+00:00

If you think you have a leak in your home, there’s an easy way you can check. Go out to your water meter and record the level. Make sure no one uses any water for a few hours, then go back and check the meter again (it’s easiest to do this when everyone goes to bed, then check it again first thing in the morning). If the level has changed, you probably have a leak – call Texas J Plumbing to have it taken care of right away!

What are the most common causes of pipe corrosion?2021-06-11T14:39:04+00:00

Pipe corrosion can be caused by a number of things, almost all of which are related to water quality, including:

  • Chemicals in the water
  • The pH of the water
  • The amount of oxygen in the water
  • The temperature of the water
  • The water pressure and the speed at which the water moves through the pipes.
Do I really need to worry about hidden leaks?2021-06-11T14:39:31+00:00

Yes! Not only do leaks get larger with age (see above) but they can also potentially cause damage to your home. Leak detection and repair offers a number of other benefits, including:

  • Reduced or eliminated water loss
  • Reduced risk of damage associated with leaks
  • Reduced need for emergency repairs
  • Reduced need for water treatment and pressurization
What causes a faucet to leak?2021-06-11T14:40:12+00:00

The most common thing we find is corroded O-rings, gaskets or valve seats that cause faucets to leak. Together, these components are what hold back the water until the faucet is opened, so if one of them is corroded, you’ll get a leaky, dripping faucet! To stop a faucet leak, shut off the water to the sink and open the faucet to let the water drain out. Next, use an Allen key or screw driver to remove the faucet handle. If it has a nut holding the internal parts in place, check to see if that’s loose – tightening it with pliers may be enough to stop the leak! If not, remove the nut and disassemble the faucet (just make sure you can put it back together again!). If the faucet contains a cartridge, don’t take that apart – just replace it with a new one.

Inspect all the components of your faucet – you should see washers, O-rings or seals and possibly springs – and figure out exactly what you need to replace. Find the precise parts at a hardware store and put the faucet back together. If all goes well, your faucet should be back to normal. If not, call Texas J. Plumbing for faucet repair!

Is there anything I shouldn’t put down my toilet?2021-06-11T14:40:53+00:00

You really shouldn’t put ANYTHING down your toilet, except what’s supposed to go down there. Avoid putting in things like:

    • Baby wipes, napkins, facial tissue or paper towels. While these will flush fine, they don’t break down the way toilet tissue does and will cause clogs or damage your septic system.
    • Sanitary products or diapers
    • Q-tips, cotton balls or dental floss
    • Hair
    • Food scrap
    • Small toys
    • Cat litter

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