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We Won Best Plumber in Keller

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

 Thank You for Voting Us “Best of the Best” in 2014

Plumber Named Best of the Best in Keller Citizen 2014Leak Geeks is pleased to announce that we have been voted as the Best Plumber in Keller! We are excited to be named among the Keller Citizen’s Best of the Best 2014! The “Best of the Best” has become a way for local residents to nominate and vote companies that exhibit service excellence in the local community, giving other local consumers the ability to trust and respect the businesses that display this logo. We are thankful for everyone that has taken the time to tell others in Keller that Leak Geeks is the best! This is a testament to us of the loyalty of our customers and local supporters.

Being a part of such a great community, we are happy to do our part and give back. This month in honor of breast cancer awareness, a portion of our sales will be donated to breast cancer research. Read more about our community giving efforts here.

How To Diagnose Your Noisy Pipes

Monday, July 28th, 2014

plumbing-fixturesMany homeowners have experienced the annoying rattling or clunking sound that emanates from noisy pipes in the home when turning a faucet on or off, but have been unable to identify the cause or the location of those noises. This is a very common problem especially in older homes, but there are several things that can be done to figure out what the problem is and correct it. Some of the possible causes of these loud and embarrassing noises are discussed below, along with some recommendations on how each scenario might be resolved. (more…)

Common Water Heater Problems in Summer

Monday, July 14th, 2014

Leaking Water Heaters in Keller TXWhile water heaters do seem to have more problems during the colder months, the arrival of summer can bring some other unique problems. This is especially true if your water heater is located in your attic or your garage where there is no air conditioning.

Pilot Light Problems with Your Water Heater

If you have a gas water heater, you may find that your pilot light frequently goes out when the temperatures reach 100°F or above. There are two common reasons why this occurs. (more…)