No one wants to discover leaking pipes right before carving the Thanksgiving turkey, but that’s always how plumbing problems seem to unfold. We found the best plumbers in Tulsa providing outstanding service, fair rates and quality repairs so you can establish a relationship with a plumber before trouble starts.
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Plumbing is one of the most common repairs made in the home. Some plumbers in Tulsa specialize in fixture repair while others focus on kitchen and bathroom renovations.
Neighborhoods with homes built in the early 1900s, like those in Brady Heights and Owen Park, may have old galvanized piping or rust buildup that emits odors and produces decaying water. Homeowners in these areas may utilize plumbing services more frequently than Tulsans living in neighborhoods in more modern homes.
Kitchen or bathroom remodeling in both new and older homes
Washing machine installation
Water piping or sewer piping repairs
A slab leak, which primarily occurs in older homes
Repairs to sink, toilet, floor or laundry drains
Plumbers may have fixed pricing for common services, like unclogging a drain, while some may charge hourly rates for the job. Most plumbing companies provide 24/7 service for emergencies, like clogged pipes or a leaking water heater, though there may be a surcharge. Typically, parts are charged separately, especially if they are customized and not readily available to the plumber in their toolkit.
In Tulsa, the average cost of clearing a kitchen or bathroom drain is around $150 while installing a brand new sink can cost around $300. The final cost of hiring and working with a plumber depends on what services you need.
To confirm you’re working with a trained and licensed plumber, use this look-up tool to verify licensing. A reputable plumber is bonded, insured and licensed through the state of Oklahoma. Utilizing an unlicensed contractor can result in municipal fees and could cause safety hazards in your home.
Available 24/7, Roto-Rooter provides preventative care, maintenance and repairs on plumbing, drain-cleaning and water damage restoration services. Roto-Rooter doesn’t charge extra for calls on nights, weekends or holidays, and customers in Tulsa praise the company for its knowledgeable technicians and their prompt arrivals.
Williams Plumbing & Drain
Servicing the greater Tulsa area since 1988, Williams Plumbing & Drain offers maintenance and repairs on drains (including camera inspection), water heaters, garbage disposals, slab leaks, faucets and toilets. According to reviews, Tulsans appreciate the professional communication and problem-solving technicians.
Allied Plumbing Service
In operation since 1945, Allied Plumbing Service has a two-pronged approach to plumbing. They provide professionals for maintenance and repair or allow you to do it yourself, giving customers the chance to shop from an in-store parts selection and receive the restoration how-to from staff. Allied Plumbing Service waives their $55 dispatch fee when services are performed and is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
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