Light Commercial Plumbing

The same expert service we provide for your home is also available for your commercial business! If you need plumbing work done on your small business, call us at (972) 801-9798 for upfront pricing and to schedule your service.

Who We Are

We have primarily made a name for ourselves in the residential market through our award-winning customer service, upfront pricing, cleanliness, expertise, and attention to detail. Using that same approach, we’re happy to now be entering the light commercial plumbing market for a number of different industries.

There’s never a good time to call a light commercial plumber. That’s especially true for a business that can’t afford to shut down for an extended period of time without losing valuable market share. Having a plumbing company you can rely on the show up when they say is paramount.

Where We Work

We’ve been serving the north DFW area for over two decades. We know the kinds of issues that come up and are well-equipped with both the tools and the parts to do the job right and minimize both stress and down-time.

For a comprehensive look at our service area, check out our dedicated service area page here.

If your business is located in a three-story (or larger) building or mall, we won’t be able to help you at this time. If you have a restaurant, spa, gas station, or manufacturing facility, we will not be able to serve you for the time being, unfortunately.

If your business does not fall into one of the above categories, please give us a call! We would be happy to service your business, whether it be an office space, warehouse, car lot, storage center, strip mall/strip center, school, doctor’s office, mortuary, church, retirement center, etc…

What We Do

We are a full-service plumbing company. Whether you have an issue with the water, sewer, or gas systems of your business, we’ve got you covered! Here is a list of some common commercial plumbing situations that we take care of:

  • Commercial bathroom plumbing
  • Commercial kitchen plumbing
  • Office break rooms
  • Ice machines
  • Coffee machine lines
  • Ice maker lines
  • Urinals
  • Public toilet repairs and installations
  • Floor Drains
  • Clogged toilets & sinks
  • Faucet repairs and installations
  • Water leak detection and repairs
  • Sewer leak detection and repairs
  • Gas leak detection and repairs
  • Slab leak detection and repairs
  • Water heater repairs and replacement
  • Drain cleaning & stoppages & more

Commercial buildings often have more robust plumbing systems and fixtures than residential structures, but they are not immune to common house problems such as slab leaks and gas leaks. In a business, though, the consequences of these leaks can be a lot more public and costly.

The same is true for sewer stoppages. Individual fixtures and sections of the sewer line are harder to stop up, but when there are problems it usually takes heavier-duty drain cleaning equipment. It is often more difficult to access sewer line breaks as well.

Commercial Toilets and Urinals

While many commercial spaces have toilets that are similar to residential ones, most public restrooms rely on power flushing toilets, Sloan flushometer toilets, or Zurn flush valves. These types of flushing mechanisms often require special tools to work on. It is also more difficult to expediently acquire the parts required to service these toilets.

We carry all of the necessary tools as well as the commonly required parts on our trucks in order to minimize downtime and get you back to business-as-usual.

  • Note: Our office hours are Monday – Friday 8am – 5:30pm
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Legacy Plumbing is centrally located to provide fast service to North Dallas and surrounding suburbs. If you are looking for a North Dallas area plumber please call us today or complete our Online Request Form.

Our Work is Our Word.

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We discovered a leak in water heater last night (rental house) I contacted legacy this morning and they had me on schedule for Saturday but had cancellation and got to us today. Alex and his trainee were great. Alex gave me a breakdown of what needed to be done, checked Celina code requirements, explained cost then asked if I was ok with it. They had to do some clean up of wet Sheetrock and did not charge us. Ran new pipes, new pan, new heater they did great job. Thank you for getting to us so quickly.
Angela wright
Light Commercial
Slab Leak!! One of the worst things you can hear as a homeowner. I noticed ponding water at my city sidewalk about a month ago and thought it was from the recent rain, a couple of weeks later I figured it was the irrigation system so I shut off the system and the double check valve. I finally came to the realization that this was a bigger problem. Legacy did fantastic work 5 years ago replacing my sewer line that had tree roots growing in it so I called them again. Legacy sent Matthew Tygart (Plumbing Specialist) and he got to work diagnosing that in fact the leak was coming somewhere from the customer shutoff valve in the flowerbed back underneath my homes foundation (This was Monday 11/29/2021). The next day (Tuesday 11/30/2021 at 8:30 a.m.) Matthew and his Legacy Plumbing partner "Tubbs" went to work dialing in "exactly" where the leak was coming from. They found it. Matthew warned me the night before that the fix could include having to "tunnel" under the foundation to repair the leak or some other more invasive jack hammering methods all of which I already knew were possible. This morning he gave me options. He had laid out how my copper underground plumbing was run and he had a plan. Actually he had more than one plan, all of which he explained in detail. A little back story on me, I am a homebuilder (29 years) and the home I am talking about and living in was built by the company I worked for for 20 years. I knew and still know the plumbers that installed the plumbing on my home when it was built. They have since retired and sold the business. So, I am a home builder. Why did I not use the plumber I am currently using on my new construction jobs to correct this issue? Answer: my plumber wants only to do new construction. They do not want to deal with invading a home that is occupied by people. They want to install new plumbing, have it inspected and be done. Matthew and "Tubbs" showed up on time as promised at 8:30 am and they are shutting the doors of the Legacy Plumbing truck at 4:33 p.m. having resolved my worst nightmare..."Slab Leak". I have 3 small areas for drywall repair and painting (Matthew re-installed and taped the drywall he had to cut through) and left the areas he worked in FAR cleaner than they were when he arrived. This is a long testimonial but I am glad to do it. They deserve it.
Will deWaal

Our Work is Our Word.

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