24/7 Plumbing Services in Jacksonville, FL

24/7 Plumbing Services in Jacksonville, FL

Your Local Plumber Since 1983

Major plumbing problems like pipe leaks or sewer backups can damage your home, so when they happen, it is crucial to get help immediately. At David Gray Plumbing, our skilled plumbers are available 24/7 to help with all your emergency plumbing needs. We can help with any plumbing emergency, including:

  • A lack of water or pressure problems
  • Leaking or burst pipes
  • Sewer or drain clogs
  • A faulty or leaking water heater
  • A faulty sump pump

Call (904) 467-0784 immediately for emergency plumbing services anywhere in Jacksonville or Florida's First Coast.

General Plumbing Services

Whether you need to replace a broken toilet, install a new water line, or completely remodel the plumbing systems in your home, David Gray can help. We offer complete bathroom plumbing and kitchen plumbing services, as well as the following list of services:

Get your free estimate for kitchen or bathroom plumbing services by calling (904) 467-0784 today or contacting David Gray online.

Water Heater Services

As necessary as your water heater is to everyday life, when it fails, replacing or repairing it quickly is essential. We offer water heater services for hybrid, electric, and gas water heaters at David Gray Plumbing. Contact us right away when you notice signs of water heater problems, such as:

  • Cold water, scalding water, or temperature fluctuations
  • Reduced capacity
  • High energy costs
  • Rusty, cloudy or discolored water
  • Leaks from the plumbing or tank
  • Odd tastes or smells from the water
  • Strange noises from the water heater
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Slab Leak Services

Many homes in the Jacksonville area are built on a slab foundation, with pipes running through and beneath the concrete slab. When leaks occur in these pipes, they can be challenging to find, and they can cause problems like erosion or foundation damage if they continue. At David Gray Plumbing, we have the skill and experience to accurately locate and repair slab leaks. Call our team if you suspect you have a slab leak or have noticed symptoms like:

  • High water bills when your usage has not increased
  • The sounds of running water when no taps are on
  • Wet soil or erosion near the foundation

For help determining if you have a slab leak, contact our experts online or call (904) 467-0784 in the Jacksonville area today.

Sump Pump Services

If your home is prone to flooding or groundwater intrusion, a sump pump can prevent water damage and structural problems. When you need help installing or repairing a sump pump in Jacksonville or the surrounding communities, call our team at David Gray Plumbing. We offer sump pump installations, sump pump replacement, sump pump repairs, and more. Our team can recommend a sump pump with the ideal size and power ratings for your needs. We can also provide a professional installation that maximizes its service life and reliability.

To request an estimate for a sump pump installation or repairs in Jacksonville, FL, call (904) 467-0784 or contact us online.

Why Choose David Gray?

For 40 years, David Gray Plumbing has been Jacksonville's trusted local plumbing company. We strive to offer our customers the best possible service experience, with free estimates on all our services, upfront pricing that is fair and honest, 24/7 emergency service for help anytime you need it, and friendly, courteous plumbers who are happy to help with all your home plumbing needs. We offer great specials and discounts to help you save money, plus attractive financing options to make extensive repairs easier to handle. And with over 600 reviews on Google and a 4.5-star rating, you can count on us for high-quality, professional results.

Call us today at (904) 467-0784 or contact David Gray online to schedule plumbing services in Jacksonville or Florida's First Coast region.

Jacksonville's Rheem Pro Partner

For almost 100 years, Rheem has provided outstanding customer service 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.

Reach out to the team at David Gray by calling (904) 467-0784 for more information about Rheem products! 

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 heater at 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 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 coming out of the shower drain or back 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.

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