In search of a great Arlington, TX plumber? Texas water works is the right choice! Our Arlington plumbing professionals work on all plumbing issues including gas plumbing, electric plumbing, tankless water heater repair or installation, sewer cleaning, water heater repair or installation, drain cleaning, slab leak detection, and much more.

Residential and commercial plumbers in Arlington, TX...

  • Licensed & Insured Technicians
  • Repair, Service & Maintain most Makes & Models
  • 24 Hour Emergency Repair when you need it!

Our Services


Plumbing - Repair, replace, remodel, new build, residential, or commercial — we do all things plumbing.

Water Heater

Water Heater - We stock, sell, service, and install all types of gas, electric, tank, and tankless water heaters.

Leak Detection

Leak Detection - Not all leaks are as obvious as a leaky faucet, but our plumbers will find any point of leakage.

toilet repair

Toilet Repair - Our crew can fix your toilet that won't stop running, doesn't flush properly, or has other issues.


Drain Cleaning - Using a drain snake or other tools we'll get your clogged drain flowing like normal.

Slab Leak

Slab Leak - Locating and repairing foundation leaks without breaking the bank is one of our specialties

Arlington Plumbing Services

We Are Professionals

From small, quick fixes to larger-scale jobs, our courteous team has years of experience dealing with all kinds of repairs and maintenance.

Repair Warranty

If a repair fails within 30 days we'll come back and resolve the issue at no additional cost, To ensure your job is done safely and skillfully.

We Are Here For You

Depend on us to be there for you in an emergency, for a pesky problem or a complete plumbing upgrade. Call today, and see what we can do for you!

Schedule an Appointment

Call us today to speak with one of our plumbing experts about how we can help you. No job is too big or small for us, and your satisfaction is our priority.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the temperature of my hot water seems to be higher than what I think it needs to be?

The new standard temperature that manufacturers use when pre-setting your hot water heater at the factory is typically 120°F. This is a sufficient temperature for most households. If you have an older model, you can set the thermostat at medium.

What does it mean when I hear a rumbling sound coming from the water heater??

Water can become trapped in this sediment and begin to boil. The water heater is not operating efficiently and the sediment isn’t allowing the heat to transfer to the water in the tank. Try draining a few gallons off the bottom of the water heater tank.

Is there any maintenance for a water heater that I can do?

You could test the pressure relief valve regularly and replace it if it fails to operate. At least once a year you should flush out the sediments. As long as a tank has a functioning anode, it should not rust.

What happens when roots get inside drain lines?

If left undisturbed, roots from shrubs and trees will completely fill a pipe with multiple hair-like root masses at each point of entry. These root masses quickly become clogged with toilet tissue, slow running drains and in most cases a complete blockage.

What is the white substance around my shower head and faucet?

The unsightly buildup is mineral deposits. To remove these deposits from the shower head, take a plastic bag and pour a cup of vinegar in it. Place the bag over the shower head and use a twist tie to hold it in place overnight. In the morning, remove the bag and use an old toothbrush to gently scrub off the deposits.

How do I eliminate the foul odor coming from my garbage disposal?

To eliminate odors, place ice cubes and lemon peels or orange peels in the disposal, and run for 30 seconds. Next, squirt a little liquid dish detergent into the disposer while it is still running. Finally, run cold water for about 30 seconds to rinse all the debris away.
Is your home’s plumbing system clogged or your water heater broken? We offer plumbing services to keep your water flowing smoothly.
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