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How to Adjust the Temperature on Your Water Heater

Did you know that you can control the temperature of your home’s hot water? That’s right — you can customize your water heater’s settings to your comfort level. The optimal temperature range for your water heater is between 120 and …

Can I Pour Hot Water Down My Drain to Unfreeze Pipes?

We depend on a steady, constant supply of water daily for essential activities at home like washing, cooking, cleaning, and showering. When your home’s plumbing is working well, it’s easy to forget how vulnerable it can be to interruption when …

Why Your Faucet Is Dripping Water & How To Fix It

Leaky faucets aren’t just annoying, they can also require costly repairs that could have been avoided. If you’re dealing with one or more leaky faucets, don’t let the problem go unaddressed. Resolving the issue ASAP can prevent costly water bills, …

Why Is My Toilet Loud When I Flush?

Figuring out why your toilet becomes noisy when you flush can be as puzzling as it is disruptive. At O’Bryan Plumbing Services, we’re here to guide you through the potential causes and provide professional solutions. This page aims to resolve …

Summer’s Most Common Plumbing Problems in Allen, TX

Summer is here, which means that you may begin to experience some of the most common plumbing problems of the season. At O’Bryan Plumbing Services, we’ve seen it all and fixed it all. The following are some of the most …

How To Prep Your Texas House for a Winter Storm

Although winters in the Dallas-Fort Worth area tend to be mild, the occasional hard freeze can happen, causing extensive damage to homes ill-prepared for such cold weather. Add power losses due to heavy heating demand, and the situation can turn …

Prepping Your Plumbing for the Holidays

The holidays can be tough on your plumbing system. From cooking extra food to accommodating houseguests, your plumbing fixtures and pipes are under more strain than usual. Don’t let a stopped-up sink, overflowing toilet, or cold shower put a damper …