North Dallas Plumber Serving Prosper
The Town of Prosper, located north of Dallas, is a small town with a big heart! With a land area just under 27 square miles, Prosper is a growing community with a lot to offer, experiencing more than 100% growth in the past year alone.
Legacy Plumbing is happy to serve the community of Prosper by sharing our extensive experience in installation and repair for 31,000 residents.
PROFESSIONAL PLUMBER IN PROSPER, TX
Prosper adopted the International Plumbing Code (with amendments) in 2014. The IPC code can be updated every few years, and cities can add amendments as needed. Don’t worry — at Legacy Plumbing, we are registered with the Town of Prosper and follow their requirements for plumbing service.
As a homeowner, it’s important to protect your investment and Legacy Plumbing has you covered. We offer the annual Legacy Gold Plan for savings and convenience. You can rest easy as we perform a comprehensive inspection each year. Additionally, you will enjoy priority booking and a 5% discount on all services.
We also offer a new 10% discount to Prosper ISD teachers and employees, as well as first-time customer discounts and coupons for senior citizens, veterans, police, firefighters and military.
COMMON PROSPER PLUMBING ISSUES
Most residents of Prosper are homeowners — nearly 80 percent! Of these homeowners, 70 percent have a post-secondary degree and half are married with kids. As a result, homes are larger and more expensive than those in Dallas. Larger homes may require two water heaters and a more complex plumbing system.
The town’s median household income is $146,733 and average home price is $575,700. Prosper is experiencing a boom, however, as the median list price in September 2021 was $714,900. Nearly all of the homes in Prosper are newer construction, with 86 percent of houses being built after 2000 — and the median age of the town’s real estate being less than a decade old.
You may think that new construction would mean fewer plumbing repairs, but the truth is that some builders are slashing costs to build cheaper and faster, and they hire substandard crews to do plumbing. Many builders warranty their work for one year, which can lead to problems after 12 months.
Therefore it is crucial to hire a good inspector before buying a home, even if everything looks nice on the surface. Common plumbing problems in new houses include:
Any and/or all of these issues can point to low-quality installation work, and they can be simple such as replacing a faucet or expensive such as re-piping.
PROSPER GAS SERVICE
Prosper uses Atmos and CoServ as its natural gas providers.
Typically gas providers take 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 suddenly smell a major gas leak in or around your home, leave immediately, call 911 and then your provider:
Give us a call if you have any questions about gas leak detection and repair on your system, or if you’re looking to replace your water heater or other gas appliances. You could qualify for a rebate on a qualifying, high-efficiency new system!
- Energy Star Gas Storage Water Heaters
- Energy Star Gas Tankless Water Heaters
- Energy Star Gas Furnaces
- Gas Boilers (commercial only)
- Gas Dryers with moisture sensor
- Energy Star smart thermostats
Additionally, Legacy Plumbing offers $100 off water heater installations for first-time customers.
PROSPER WATER SERVICE
The Prosper Water Division is responsible for city water lines, valves and fire hydrants. The town purchases its water supply from the North Texas Municipal Water District and stores it in ground storage tanks until it is pumped and elevated to the water tower.
The town takes daily samples to ensure water quality as determined by the state of Texas.
The town asks that residents only water their yards when recommended by Water My Yard, or in accordance with the town’s watering schedule. You can request a variance for watering newly planted sod or landscaping.
If you detect a water leak or sewage leak near your home and think it could be on the city side, call the Public Works department. They will determine whether the town will take care of it or whether you will need to call a plumber to remedy the leak.
It’s important to take care of leaks as soon as possible before they end up costing you — Prosper bills on a tiered rate plan, so any water use over the base charge can hit you straight in the wallet.
CALL LEGACY FOR PLUMBING ISSUES
Whatever plumbing issue you have in Prosper, Legacy Plumbing is here to fix it.
We offer competitive pricing and peace of mind for our services — we are experts who provide thorough fixes to ensure your safety. Prosper, TX residents can call Legacy Plumbing at 972-632-5412 or fill out our easy online form.