John Hulse Plumbing

Faucet Repair in Collin and Denton counties

Possibly one of the most taken-for-granted pieces of equipment in any home is the faucet. Shower faucets, bathroom faucets, kitchen faucets, even outdoor faucets allow water into our homes for cleaning, bathing and drinking, but we rarely think of them unless there’s a problem. When there is a problem call us for faucet repair and installation in Collin and Denton counties.

John Hulse Plumbing, the recognized expert in Collin and Denton counties, having repaired and installed all types of faucets for more than 30 years, says faucets may drip because of corrosion, mineral deposits on internal parts, or worn or defective gaskets or washers.

Expert Faucet Installation

The steady drip, drip, drip of a leaky faucet can make it hard to sleep, but besides interrupting your rest, every drip is adding to your water bill. That dripping faucet can lead to a hundred gallons of wasted water, or more, every month. Obviously that’s  bad for the environment and that wasted water will cost you.

The United States Environmental Protection Agency reports that leaks can cause almost 10,000 gallons of wasted water in a home every year, enough to fill a swimming pool. Simply repairing leaky faucets in that situation could lower a homeowner’s water bill by almost 10 percent.

John Hulse Plumbing is not only the expert at repairing and maintaining Collin and Denton counties faucets, their top-flight, licensed plumbers also install new faucets by Delta, Pfister or Moen that instantly add a decorative flair to any kitchen or bathroom.

One call to (214) 542-1276 will get a John Hulse plumber on the job for faucet repair and installation in Collin and Denton counties.

Collin and Denton counties Gas Leak Repair

We use natural gas for cooking our meals, drying our clothes and heating our homes. And while we appreciate what gas does for us, we have to respect the danger it can pose when leaks form in and around our homes.

If you notice any signs of a possible gas leak, contact John Hulse Plumbing immediately to help mitigate a possibly dangerous situation. Their team of professionals are experts at gas leak service and repair in Collin and Denton counties.

A leaking natural gas line should never be taken lightly. A gas leak allows flammable and potentially explosive material into your home. Additionally, even in small amounts, homeowners should not be subjected to breathing natural gas vapors.

Service for Collin and Denton counties Gas Lines

Subtle signs usually point to natural gas in your immediate environs, so don’t ignore even the slightest indications. Natural gas delivered for residential use is augmented with an odor additive to make it easier to detect.

The scent is described as that of a “rotten egg”. That telltale smell is a sign that you may have a gas leakAlso, keep an ear to your gas lines. A hissing sound, even one that’s barely audible, could be a clue that gas may be escaping the line and entering your home.

John Hulse Plumbing reminds homeowners that suspect a gas leak to leave the area immediately for a safe location and don’t try to locate the leak’s source. Also, don’t use electrical devices, light switches, telephones or garage door openers, and don’t use matches or lighters in the suspected leak area.

Once you call (214) 542-1276 rest easy that John Hulse Plumbing will safely repair the problem leak like they’ve been doing for more than three decades. After all, we’re experts at gas leak repair and service in Collin and Denton counties.