A well-maintained plumbing system plays an important role in the comfort, convenience, and value of your Jacksonville home. That's why it's essential to choose only a qualified, trustworthy plumbing contractor for all your plumbing repairs and installations.
With more than three decades of service in Duval County, you can count on our experts at David Gray Plumbing for dependable service and professional results. We are one of the largest plumbing contractors in Jacksonville and St. Augustine, and we have over 40 crews working diligently to provide our customers with top-quality plumbing installation and repair services. From new pipe installations to water heater replacements, sewer services, or whole-home repiping, we are here to help with all your home plumbing needs.
Has your home sprung a leak? Need a licensed, professional plumber? Call David Gray Plumbing at (904) 724-7211 or contact us online to schedule service today. We are available 24/7 for all your emergency plumbing needs in the Jacksonville area.
For almost 100 years, Rheem has provided outstanding customer service that is backed by verified reviews from homeowners — like you. David Gray Plumbing, Inc. is proud to be a Rheem Pro Partner that you can trust every step of the way for your plumbing needs.
Dedicated to improving the lives of every customer through comfort and sustainability, Rheem is well known for developing industry-leading technologies and some of the most innovative advancements. Rheem Pro Partners are elite professionals you can trust. These local contractors know more about supplying, installing, and servicing Rheem heating and air solutions than anyone else in your area.
24-Hour Emergency Plumbing Services
Don't wait for a plumbing problem to become worse. Call us immediately at (904) 724-7211. The experts at David Gray Plumbing are ready to assist you.
Schedule emergency plumbing service ASAP for if you are experiencing any of the following:
When it comes to plumbing issues, water heaters are often the most common problem David Gray is called to resolve. When your water heater breaks down, it can make everyday tasks like taking a shower difficult and uncomfortable. While you may need a licensed plumber to inspect your unit to diagnose the issue, there are some symptoms to look out for to know if your water heater is working properly or not:
Discolored water from the hot water tap
Odd-smelling hot water
Strange sounds or odors coming from the water heater
Visible rust or signs of corrosion on the water heater
With our long history of exceptional service and superior workmanship, David Gray Plumbing has earned the respect of our neighbors and customers in the Jacksonville area. By choosing our company for all your home plumbing needs, you can enjoy:
Friendly, reliable service tailored to your needs
Licensed, experienced plumbing professionals
The service of a locally owned company
Over 40 plumbing crews for quick response times
Well-stocked service vehicles for fast repairs
Call Today for Plumbing Installations & Repairs in Jacksonville
Trust your home's plumbing systems to the experts. Choose David Gray Plumbing for all your plumbing, drain, and sewer needs in the greater Jacksonville and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to your comfort, and we will work hard to ensure you are completely satisfied with our services. Call us anytime for plumbing repairs and installations in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, or the surrounding communities.
Contact our team today or give us a call at (904) 724-7211 to schedule an appointment for plumbing repairs, installations, or replacements in the greater Jacksonville and surrounding areas.
Frequently Asked Questions About Plumbing
How often does my water heater need to be flushed?
Sediment and buildup can shorten your water heater's life span. We recommend flushing your water heaterat least once per year to prevent problems from sediment.
Why is my toilet always running?
Your toilet is a vital part of your bathroom plumbing. A running toilet wastes water and increases your water bill. The most common reason for a constantly running toilet is a problem with the flapper. If the flapper does not seal, water will pass into the toilet tank and bowl, causing it to run.
Why is my water bill higher than usual?
If your water bill is higher than usual, check if anyone in your home has been using more water than usual. If that's not the case, check to see if you have water running that you are not aware of. The easiest way to do this is to check your water meter when you think all of the water is off in your home. If it's moving, you may have a leak or a running toilet somewhere that is driving up your water bill. Slab leaks are often overlooked and can also be a source of these problems. Leak detection and repair is the best way to identify and stop your water bills from increasing.
Why is sewage coming out of my shower or toilet?
A clogged sewer line is the most common reason for sewage to come out of the shower drain or back up into the toilet. Reach out to a qualified plumber to have the sewer line cleaned to prevent this smelly problem.
Why is my water pressure low?
Low water pressure can happen due to debris buildup in your pipes or problems with the water meter or water shut-off valve. Corrosion of the pipes can lead to oxidation, which collects on the pipe walls, lowering your water pressure.
The information on this website is for informational purposes only; it is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. It does not constitute professional advice. All information is subject to change at any time without notice. Contact us for complete details.