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In this guide, we cover common questions including:

  • How Much Does Plumbing Typically Cost In Texas?
  • Can Better Plumbing Save You Money?
  • When To Call The Water Company?
  • When Do You Need Permits For Service?
  • What To Expect During Service Calls?
  • And Why Mr. Blue Plumbing Is The Best Plumbing Company For You!
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Wylie, TX


Hours: 8:00am - 8:00pm (EST)
Area Served: Wylie, TX


General Plumbing
Septic System Servicing
Drain Cleaning
Hot Water Heater Install & Service
Well Pump Service

What Are the Most Common Plumbing Issues in Wylie?

Wylie is no stranger to new plumbing construction or plumbing repairs. Since its establishment in the early 1870s, plumbers have been called to install new equipment and upgrade and repair old equipment. We are familiar with a few typical plumbing difficulties, and they do not vary greatly. The most common problems include clogs, water heaters, leaks, and continually running toilets. Here are a few pointers to assist you in dealing with typical occurrences:

  • If the toilet is continually running, check the flap by raising the lid and flushing the toilet. If the flap does not go all the way down to close the opening when the water fills up, it will continue to leak. Wobbling the handle causes the flap to move and, at times, closes the opening, but it is not a solution. The flap is easily replaceable.
  • Some toilet leaks are so little that they do not result in a continuous flow. Here is a simple 10-minute check: remove the tank’s lid and set it aside. Apply enough food-grade color to the tank so that even a little amount is visible. Allow the dye to rest for 10 minutes without flushing. If there is color in the bowl later, there is a leak, and the flapper should be examined.
  • Water heaters are one of the most often broken water appliances in the home, and when they fail, it is costly. A good maintenance schedule is essential for extending the life of the water heater. Annual inspections, flushing the tank, testing the valves and temperature control, and visually evaluating the tank can detect possible problems before they become a hazard.
  • Hot water that does not stay hot between the heater and the bath can be an issue. If possible, have a plumber insulate the heated pipes in the home, it will assist with keeping the water hot all the way to the destination.
  • There are steps you may do to keep a drain or toilet from clogging. First, keep an eye on what goes down the drain. Oils, hair, and fibrous debris can congeal or clump together to form a clog, and anything that follows will contribute to it until it backs up. Baking soda and vinegar can be used to help break up blockages.

Leaks might be so cleverly disguised that you do not realize they are there until your water bill rises. Toilets are the most common source of unseen leaks, but they can also be found beneath sinks and in infrequently used restrooms. The easiest way to avoid leaks and other problems is to get your plumbing inspected at least once a year by us. Since the area has a humid and warm climate, freezing only poses a problem once in a while. The best time to have your plumbing inspected is in the fall, before any threat of freeze exists.

How Does the Water in Wylie Affect Your Plumbing?

Wylie’s water is sourced from the North Texas Municipal Water District, which holds water rights over the Lavan Lake, Lake Texoma, Jim Chapman Lake, Lake Bonham, Lake Tawakoni, and the East Fork Water Reuse Project. Water supplied from the municipal company is considered moderately hard. This means that minerals are abundant, like calcium, magnesium, iron, lime, and others naturally occurring in the water. While some are filtered out, not all of it can be. Hard water can leave deposits in the pipes and appliances, resulting in clogs and eventual corrosion of metals. The water is safe to drink, but may leave scaling on dishes and limescale on and in the bath. This scale can increase the frequency of repairs or replacements of appliances that are not cleaned or descaled frequently.

Installing a whole home water softener will decrease the number of minerals introduced into the home’s pipes and preserve the appliances’ lifespans. While it does not completely remove all the minerals from the water, it can dramatically reduce the amount present. The reduction of minerals helps the taste of the water and the effect on your skin after showers. You will see improvements within weeks of your hair and skin with softer water.

How Much Does Plumbing Usually Cost in Wylie?

The average cost of a plumber is $260. This estimate might include our fixed cost for repairing minor issues, such as leaks and blockages. Even with the new water meters, it is good to keep an eye on water used, to detect when there might be a need to contact us. However, there are a few reasons that will raise the cost of our visit if a minor problem reveals more difficulties than anticipated. First and foremost, time is money, and our time, particularly that of a master plumber, is not cheap. Then there is the added cost of ordering and picking up supplies and equipment needed to do a task effectively. Finally, the most expensive component to consider is emergency services.

Labor Costs

Our average cost per hour can run as much as $80 an hour. Master plumbers, who are necessary for larger projects, can double that hourly rate. Before a project like a toilet replacement or shower installation begins, we will estimate the costs with the parts, supplies, equipment, and time necessary to complete the project. Some smaller tasks, like flushing a sink line to remove a clog, may not take an hour, and so we usually have a flat rate for small repairs. This can range anywhere from $60 to over $100, depending on the company.

Parts and Supplies

Second to labor costs will be the parts, supplies, and fixtures costs. While we may not be able to obtain the exact fixtures you desire for the project, most of the time, we get discounts on our purchases. This move can save some money. However, if there is a particular look or design that you have in mind, consult us before making your purchase, so you can obtain the correct size and type, and no complications arise during installation. As for small parts and adhesives, we may have already bought those in bulk, at a discount. The savings that we received can save you money, too.

Additional Services

Repairs are not an exact science and things can happen to make the repair take longer or become a major project. Permit fees and emergency services are among the top extra fees that we can charge. After-hours work can cost as much as double the going rate for a fast fix. Sometimes, mitigating the damages is all that can be done after-hours, and we will have to return to complete repairs at another time.

Can Better Plumbing Save You Money in Wylie?

Plumbing has a typical lifespan of around ten years. It is critical to inspect the plumbing once a year to discover whether the water is causing damage to the pipes and appliances, and to identify any possible problems before they become major concerns. Water conservation ideas and rebates are available on the EPA website. Here are a few modifications you can do to help minimize water consumption, which will save you money over time:

  • Install a tank-less water heater to increase immediate hot water and decrease standing tank water.
  • Install a temperature and water control center in your shower to provide a consistent low flow and perfectly warm shower.
  • Install a dual flush toilet to save water while not flushing solids.
  • A whole-house water softener and flow meter will help you save water and reduce hard water deposits in your pipes. It can also help to minimize the number of pollutants in the water. Softer water is beneficial not only to pipes but also to skin and hair.

When Should You Call the Water Utility Company in Wylie Vs Hire a Plumber?

Water leaks can cause extensive damage to the interior of a property. Outside leaks might waste water and produce plant mold and mildew. If there is a leak within the house or just outside, such as in the garden, the homeowner should hire us to repair it. Leaks along the property boundary, on the other hand, add to the confusion. Is the problem the homeowner’s or the city’s? Here is a quick technique to figure out which side of the meter the problem is on:

  • First, cut off the main water supply. This will attempt to limit any additional damage.
  • Locate and inspect the meter. If it has ceased to spin, the leak is on the city’s side. You’ll need to gather information and contact the water company.
  • If the meter is still spinning, it is on your side, and you will need to hire us.

Take care to establish which side of the water leak the leak is on, as the water company will charge a fee for the call-out if the leak is on the homeowner’s side. You must pay this charge in addition to our fees.

When Do You Need Permits for Plumbing Service in Wylie?

All significant improvements, including the repair of toilets, showers, and new installations, require permits. Smaller repairs, such as under-sink leaks and blockages, will not require permits. Large projects will necessitate an inspection before water is restored to the house to ensure that the work is up to code and that no harm is done to the city’s water supply. Never use a company that cannot provide documentation proving insurance, licenses, certifications, and state registrations. Doing so can cause more issues with shotty work and more repairs.

Recent Requests We Received From Customers In Wylie, TX

Date of Request: September 19, 2023

Location: Wylie, TX


Pipe burst in my kitchen on Monday. I turned off the water. I need someone to look at it. Thank You

Date of Request: September 21, 2023

Location: Wylie, TX


frozen pipe rpr in ceiling above water heater

Date of Request: September 18, 2023

Location: Wylie, TX


I have a busted pipe on top of my well. I have photo's if you need them. I have a hospice patient here and guests in my guest house and no water. HELP PLEASE!

Date of Request: September 18, 2023

Location: Wylie, TX


Fix broken pipes from freeze

Date of Request: September 18, 2023

Location: Wylie, TX


Broken pipes in attic

Date of Request: September 18, 2023

Location: Wylie, TX


Leaking under the kitchen sink, water coming through the wall, probably galvanize pipe joint.

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