But can you recall the last time you had your water tested? If your home runs on well water, you’re responsible for the quality of your water. If you can’t remember your last test, your water could contain:
● Cloriform bacteria
● Totally dissolved solids (waste)
● Naturally occurring chemicals and minerals like arsenic and radon
● Fertilizers and pesticides
● Manufacturing overflow
● Sewer overflow
Filtering your water is about more than having tap water that tastes good. It’s imperative to keeping you and your family healthy.
Call M6 Plumbing if your water has a change in color, taste, or smell. We can immediately install a water filtration system that fits your needs.
Do you live or work in Plano, Texas, and need the services of a professional, affordable plumber near you? At M6 Plumbing, we proudly provide unparalleled customer service and plumbing repair to our Plano, TX customers!
If you have slow drains, overflows, or leaks, you need a professional plumbing company in Plano, TX. The team at M6 Plumbing will take care of your home quickly and get the job done right the first time.
Our commitment is always to leave your property better than we found it!
Replacing a water heater can be expensive and inconvenient. With M6 Plumbing, installation is affordable and professional.
Our customers quickly learn the incredible value of a tankless water heater in Plano, TX, with no hassle during installation.
A tankless electric water heater is ideal for improved energy savings and a practically unlimited supply of hot water. As a bonus, tankless heaters are more sleek and unobtrusive than big, unwieldy storage tank units.
Problems with heating elements and gas lines are just too dangerous to try to solve for yourself. The M6 Plumbing crew has spent more than 20 years providing exceptional water heater repair in the Plano, TX area.
Call in the experts at M6 Plumbing for water heater repair in Plano today.
Our professionally installed water treatment systems in Plano are second to none. Beyond solving plumbing issues, we have experience installing water filters, reducing chlorine levels, and removing other harmful contaminants from drinking water.
We can also determine if you need a home water softener to remove minerals from the water you use every day.
We also proudly provide water filtration system maintenance and repairs in Plano, Texas. For a safe, filtered water supply for the whole family, call M6 Plumbing today.
We are the experts you need if you have:
If you need a new plumbing system in your Plano residential or commercial property, we arrive promptly and get the job done efficiently. After all, our company motto is to leave your property better than we found it.
M6 Plumbing should be the name you trust with your Plano, TX property when you have a plumbing issue. For more information on our company history and our vast array of plumbing services in Plano, Texas, contact us today!
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What is the best temperature to set a water heater?
Setting your water heater to a high temp can cause scalding in the shower and unnecessarily high utility bills. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recommends setting your water heater to 120 degrees Fahrenheit or less.
Why do I keep running out of hot water?
As anyone with a big family and few bathrooms will know, hot water is not an unlimited resource. It takes a while for a hot water tank to refill when large amounts of hot water are being used. If your hot water is running out very quickly without large amounts of use, it could be a broken dip tube, a thermostat issue, or built-up sediment. Call us to check it out.
What do I do if my water heater is leaking?
Turn off water to your tank to prevent a big mess and potential water damage. For an electric or gas system, you’ll want to turn off the power to your tank. Check to see if you can find where the leak originated, and call M6 Plumbing for professional assistance.
Why does it take so long for water to heat up?
There are many reasons this could happen, including sediment build-up, broken parts, and pipe size. If you believe your heater is malfunctioning, give us a call right away.
How can I conserve hot water?
Conserving hot water can save you money in utility bills. Switching out baths for quick showers, turning off the tap when it isn’t in use, and repairing leaky faucets will help.
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