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Bewley Plumbing

Phone Number: (972) 562-0037

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Exceptional Plumbing in The Colony, Texas

Founded in 1947, Bewley Plumbing is family-owned and operated. Our woman-owned company is licensed and insured, so you can rest easy when we work with you. We help residential and commercial clients with their plumbing needs.

Our hard work has earned us many awards, and we are an accredited business with the Better Business Bureau. We’ve received many five-star reviews from satisfied customers.

All plumbing work must be done by licensed professionals. We look forward to helping you with your residential or commercial plumbing needs. We offer the following plumbing services in The Colony:

Ask about our senior citizen, teacher, and military discounts.

Water Leak Repair in The Colony, Texas

While a small leak may seem like a minor inconvenience, it has the potential to become something much bigger. Water leaks can cause significant foundational damage to buildings, electrical fires, and dangerous mold and bacterial growth.

We use state-of-the-art technology to locate the source of your leak and repair it the right way.

Some common signs of a water leak can include but are not limited to the following:

  • Increased water bill: While water bills naturally have small variations between summer and winter (caused by watering lawns, swimming pools, etc.), a major increase in a water bill is a sign of a leak.  
  • Mold or mildew growth: Mold or mildew growing on a non-shower wall or on corners of a ceiling is a good indicator of a plumbing leak.   
  • Musty smell: Over time, wet surfaces or standing water can cause a lingering musty smell. If your house has been cleaned but there is still a musty smell, it could be a sign of an unseen leak.
  • Stains appearing on floors and ceilings: Dark brown or discolored stains appearing on floors or ceilings may be an indication of water damage. Other signs of water damage may be cracked or bubbling drywall, buckled floors, or cracks in the ceiling. If you see any of these signs, call a licensed plumber at once!
  • Discolored or brown water coming out of faucets.
  • Damp carpets.
  • Unusual warm areas on a floor.

Low Water Pressure Repair in The Colony, Texas

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Low water pressure is a major annoyance. With low water pressure, washing hands becomes a hassle, and you lose out on the relaxing feeling of a shower after a hard day’s work—not to mention all the other daily hassles caused by this.

Several common causes of low water pressure include but are not limited to:

  • Large water demand: Having multiple plumbing fixtures on at the same time creates a high demand for the water supply, lessening the water pressure at other fixtures.
  • Faulty fixtures: A fixture may become clogged or faulty, which restricts the flow of water and leads to a slow leak. The repair can be simple, or a full replacement may be required.
  • Broken pressure regulator: Water pressure regulators stabilize the water pressure in a home, keeping it in a safe range of around 60 PSI (pounds per square inch). If a water pressure regulator malfunctions, the water pressure can become too high or too low.
  • Closed valves: Low water pressure can be as simple as a closed valve. A home generally has two valves, and they both will need to be fully open to have the most water pressure.
  • Clogged pipes: If a pipe is clogged, it can restrict the flow of water resulting in weak streams at your fixtures. Regular pipe cleaning can help prevent this.
  • Leaking pipes: If you have a leaking pipe, the amount of water that makes it to your fixtures can be reduced. Leaking pipes can also damage your home and increase your water bill.

Garbage Disposal Installation and Repair in The Colony, Texas

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A garbage disposal makes working in the kitchen so much easier. When it isn’t working, it can be a real pain. If you need a garbage disposal installed, serviced, or replaced, the professionals at Bewley Plumbing can do it right.

The following are some (but not all) of the signs to look out for to determine if you are having trouble with your garbage disposal.

  • The garbage disposal motor is running or whining, but the disposal is not grinding.
  • The grinding noises get increasingly loud.
  • The garbage disposal immediately turns off after it has been activated.
  • The garbage disposal leaks water (this may occur under the sink).
  • Water won’t drain.
  • The garbage disposal frequently trips the breaker.

Caution: Never stick your hand into a garbage disposal. Doing so is highly dangerous.

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