Plumbing Services - Midlothian, Texas

Commercial and Residential and Service/Remodel/New Construction

  • Sewers and Water Lines
  • Natural, Propane and Medical Gas Lines
  • Toilets, Sinks, Faucets, Tubs/Showers, Garbage Disposals
  • Water Heaters
  • Sewer and Drain Cleaning/Repair/Replacement
  • Rooting or Slow of Clogged Drain
  • Leak Location and Repair of:
    • Under Slab Leaks
    • Water Leaks
    • Sewer Leaks
    • Gas Leaks
  • Line Detection
  • Hydro-jetting
  • Video Inspection
  • Gas Tests
  • RPZ/Backflow Testing
  • Commercial Boilers
  • Medical Gas Lines

Tank water heaters: Storage tank water heaters are the most common type. These units have an insulated tank where water is heated and stored until it is needed. They are available in electric, liquid propane (LP) and natural gas models. To protect your water heater’s efficiency and working life with on-going preventative maintenance. Properly maintaining your system with regular service intervals can help protect against rust and faulty safety valves.

Tankless water heaters: Tankless systems create hot water ‘on-demand’, meaning that you always have a steady stream of hot water for as long as you need. For many families, or at holiday times when you have guests, you don’t have to race to the shower first. Also save on your energy year after year – up to 30% according to Department of Energy estimates, compared with a regular electric system. Tankless systems save energy because they only heat water when it’s needed – regular systems keep water hot in case it’s needed, and then lose that heat through the day and night.

Hydro Jetting uses high pressure water to remove contaminants. CSInc. Plumbing uses this high pressure technology to clean and unclog any size piping that is at your residence, commercial, or industrial building. The high pressure water is effective at clearing any drain blockage and cleaning the inside of the drain pipes at the same time. This procedure is also used to de-scale cast iron and remove grease in the drain pipe.

Video Inspection is the process of running cameras through sewer lines and performing detailed inspections to identify deficiencies in the sewer system as well as providing a means to evaluate the effectiveness of various maintenance procedures.

TX License # M-36322