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Plumbers Kansas City

Here are a list of licensed plumbers that can help with your most common plumbing issues. Not all plumbers specialize in the same type of work, this list will help put you in touch with the most relevant plumber to your service needs.

Water Heater Replacement

KC Plumber Pro
(913) 432-3258
AB May
(913) 383-2222
Roger the Plumber
(913) 782-6565

Tankless Water Heaters

KC Plumber Pro
(913) 432-3258
JF Denney
(913) 682-2182
Priority U
(913) 712-8524

Sump Pump Replacement

LBA
(913) 712-0216
KC Plumber Pro
(913) 432-3258
KB Complete
(913) 722-6835

Drain Cleaning

KC Plumber Pro
(913) 432-3258
Mr Plumber
(913) 238-1498
Roto-Rooter
(913) 412-2103

Trenchless Sewer Repair

JF Denney
(913) 682-218
A-1 Sewer & Septic
(913) 631-5201
Roto Rooter
(816) 981-4896

Backflow Testing

Bill’s Plumbing
(913) 829-8213
JF Denney
(913) 682-2182
Priority U
(913) 712-8524

Drain Camera Service

All-N-one plumbing and drain
(816) 886-2902
Mr Plumber
(913) 238-1498
Bob Hamilton Plumbing
(913) 888-4262

Emergency Repair

Mr Plumber
(913) 238-1498
KC Plumber Pro
(913) 432-3258
Midwest Plumbing
(913) 721-0003

Fixture Repair

Roger the Plumber
(913) 642-2979
Midwest Plumbing
(913) 721-0003
Mr Plumber
(913) 238-1498

Gas Line Installation

KC Plumber Pro
(913) 432-3258
Roger the Plumber
(913) 642-2979
LBA
(913) 712-0216

Restaurant Plumbing Service

Priority U
(913) 712-8524
LBA
(913) 712-0216
United Plumbing
(816) 761-5262

Garbage Disposals

Roger the Plumber
(913) 642-2979
KC Plumber Pro
(913) 432-3258
KB Complete
(913) 722-6835

Sump Pump Installation

Most homes in Kansas City built after 1980 have a drain tile that surrounds the outside of a the house and feeds into a sump pit where it is then pumped out by a sump pump. Many older homes in Kansas City don’t have a sump pump or pit and have problems with water.

Replacing a sump pump is a smaller job than adding a sump pit to a basement. Often the pit is not enough to keep the water out of the basement. You may also need to remove a portion of the concrete to allow for a drain tile that will feed into your sump pit.

Water Heaters

Water heaters have changed quite a bit over the last ten to fifteen years. One of the biggest changes to water heaters has been the efficiency of the tank. Another big difference between the new water heaters and older water heaters is the overall quality of the tanks that are installed. Water Heaters manufacturers are using very thin steel and a glass liner for their tanks.

Not only are water heaters being made cheaper but they are also under more stress than older water heaters may have gone through. This is one of the reasons that we recommend installing expansion tanks when replacing your water heater.

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters are slowly becoming more and more popular for residential and commercial applications. Traditional water heaters have not changed much over the last 100 years, it’s really a quite simple concept. The thing that many people don’t like about traditional water heaters is that the 40 gallons of water inside of the tank, must be kept hot at all times.

Vacation homes or lake homes are great candidats for tankless water heaters. On on demand unit heats water right as you need it, so if you’re only there for a few weeks a year there can be a significant savings.

There are a few drawbacks to tankless water heaters that you also need to be aware of. Most tankless units have a minimum requirement for flow before they will kick on. So if it’s just a trickle of water, don’t expect it to get hot.

Gas Lines

When installing a gas line try to get your plumber to hard pipe with iron pipe instead of using flexible gas line. Flexible gas lines have been used in some applications because the installation cost is cheaper than running rigid pipe. However, rigid pipe is safer in terms of being penetrated by foreign objects. There has also been several changes to the grounding requirements that have increased the cost of flexible gas lines. Several incidents of lighting striking the CSST have lead to changes in many cities throughout the U.S.