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B & B Plumbing

(724) 382-7473

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Complete Plumbing Repairs & Installations in Mckeesport, PA

A running toilet and a leaky faucet are just a few signs of plumbing problems. At the first sign of trouble, call B & B Plumbing. We'll make all the necessary plumbing repairs if we find any issues, or we'll do plumbing installations to update your system. Full gas and water services are also available at your request. Contact us today to learn more about our plumbing repairs & installations in Mckeesport, PA.

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The Right Fix

Stop plumbing problems before they get worse by calling us for service. We start with an inspection of your plumbing, and if we find a problem, we take care of it with:

• Sewer Repairs or Replacements
• Water Line Repairs
• Gas Repairs
• Faucet Repairs
• New Valves
• Backflow Preventors
• Expansion Tanks
• Waste Line Repairs (Aboveground & Underground)
• New Toilet Resets
• Frozen Water Line Repairs
• Boiler & Radiator Repairs
• Water Regulators

Sometimes New Is Better

When repairs won't correct the problem, we replace the defective part with a new element. Our contractors can also connect your home to gas lines so that you can access gas for cooking and heating. We are skilled at all types of plumbing installations such as:

• Garbage Disposals
• Dishwashers
• Washers & Dryers
• New Piping
• Spigots
• Water Pressure Regulators
• Water Heaters (Tankless or Tank)

Testing to Find Problems

Prevent costly sewer system damage with our help. We perform dye tests to verify your two sewers don't connect. This type of testing is typically done when someone is selling or buying a home. We also offer residential and commercial backflow testing (commercial properties should test their backflow annually). Every residential and commercial property should have a backflow prevention device installed near their water meter.