The Town of Addison, located north of Dallas, is a small town with a big-city vibe — attracting young, educated professionals and entrepreneurs who are on the cutting edge of technology and looking to enjoy a vibrant community with beautiful green spaces.
We are happy to serve the 4.4-square mile community of Addison by providing premium plumbing maintenance and repair to its 19,000 residents, all of whom could fit into the number of restaurants in the town at the same time (and with room to spare)!
The town is only expected to grow as it attracts more residents with projects like Vitruvian Park and Addison Circle, upscale parks adjacent to dining and entertainment.
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Light Commercial Plumbing
Addison is known for walkable shopping, bars and restaurants that are convenient to nearby residents. There are also many office and business buildings as well. All of these retail establishments and businesses in the city need a plumber on call for serious restroom and breakroom repairs. Find out more about the full range of light commercial services we offer here.
Legacy’s team has experience troubleshooting sewer clogs and water line breaks. We also maintain and repair urinals, sinks and toilets – helping to avoid future repairs and clogs and addressing underlying issues such as high water pressure.
Look Out for Slab Leak Repairs in Addison
Addison homes cost more than homes in Dallas, with 40 percent of home buyers paying around $374,000. Interestingly, most of these homes were built more than 20 years ago. Half of the town’s homes were built between 1980 and 1999.
This puts Addison homeowners at risk of discovering slab leaks, which tend to happen with age and with Texas’ soil, which acts like a sponge when there has been a lot of rain and puts pressure on the pipes and sewer underground.
An easy way to tell if you have a slab leak is to turn off your water supply, then listen for the sound of running water. Another indicator is if your floor feels unusually warm along the hot-water lines. Puddles around your home or even inside that are pooling near a fixture or pipe are also tell-tale signs. And lastly, check your water bill for unusually high water usage.
If you suspect a slab leak, call Legacy right away because they can cause a lot of damage in a short amount of time.
Addison Gas Service
Atmos services natural gas to the town of Addison, taking care of the supply pipe up to your gas meter. Any line that runs from the meter to your home is your responsibility.
If you smell a sudden gas leak around your home, leave immediately, call 911 and then your provider: Atmos at 888-322-8667
In a non-emergency situation, contact us about gas leak detection and repair, or if you’re looking to replace your gas appliances. Did you know that 90 percent of Addison’s homes were built more than 20 years ago, and that water heaters typically last only 10-15 years? It could very well be time for a new water heater, especially if you’re starting to notice the signs of decline, such as brown water or leakage.
Atmos offers rebates on gas appliances, including:
- Energy Star Gas Tankless Water Heaters
- Energy Star Gas Furnaces
- Gas Dryers with moisture sensor
- Energy Star smart thermostats
Also take note that Legacy Plumbing offers $100 off second water heater for double water heater installations (first-time customers).
Addison Water Service
Addison’s Utility Division maintains the city water lines. The town purchases its water supply from the city of Dallas, which gathers surface water from the Elm Fork of Trinity River, as well as six area lakes.
The town is very proud of its “superior” drinking water quality, which has earned the state’s highest water quality designation. Addison hires independent engineering firms to keep tabs on its water and sewer plans and maintenance, making sure everything is up to date and of the highest standard.
Residents are asked to follow the town’s water conservation plan, which includes being mindful of water usage in and around your home. For example, in the kitchen, only run the dishwasher with a full load. In the bathroom, install a low-flow shower head and turn off the water when you brush your teeth. But what if you are noticing that your sink or shower water is pooling and draining at an excruciatingly slow pace?
A common plumbing issue is clogged drains — something easily fixed by Legacy plumbers. In the Dallas metroplex, the source of clogs often turns out to be tree roots penetrating the sewer or septic line. We have sewer cameras on every truck that can go up to 100 feet into the drain system and pinpoint the trouble spot with accuracy.
If you suspect that you might have a water leak or sewage leak in or around your home, call one of the town’s 24-hour emergency service lines. The daytime number is 972-450-2871 and the after-hours number is 972-450-7156. An operator can be dispatched to turn off the water on the town’s side (from the water main, water meter, or service line). If the leak is originating inside your property line, you’ll need to call a plumber to remedy the leak.
Call Legacy for Your Addison Plumbing Issues
Legacy is proud to be your Addison plumber! We pride ourselves on getting the job done right the first time. We excel at attention to detail and stand behind our craftsmanship! We go above and beyond for our Addison customers. The scope of our staff’s abilities goes far beyond simply fixing a clogged toilet or stopping a leak.
Let us help you get your plumbing back up and running. Schedule your plumbing service today!