In operation since 2007, Doug’s Plumbing offers plumbing services for new commercial and residential construction along with remodels and repairs for older establishments. We service Smithville, Bastrop, Bastrop County, Cedar Creek, La Grange and surrounding areas. At Doug’s Plumbing, we get it right the first time around. We stand behind our services and continually exceed our customers’ expectations. Our customers get:
- Fast service – often the same day, especially for emergencies
- Upfront pricing with no hidden fees
- Skilled, licensed plumbers
- Timely, reliable and professional service
- Well-stocked trucks
- Service with a smile
Need a fix for your kitchen or bathroom? We’ve got you covered. We fix and replace sewer lines, gas lines, broken pipes, faucets, garbage disposals, drinking water systems and even hook-up and install dishwashers. Turn to us for expert installation and repairs of bathtubs, showers, drain cleaning, valves and supply lines. We know that you kitchen and bathrooms are essential to your daily lifestyle and help you keep them in good operations.
Turn to us at Doug’s Plumbing for all your commercial property plumbing needs. We do custom installs, remodels, gas lines and testing, re-piping and sewer line repairs. If you think that your commercial plumbing system has an issue, we’ll do a diagnostic evaluation with a plumbing camera inspection to pinpoint the source with minimal interruption to your business. We always implement best practices and advanced technology. Plus, we quickly restore plumbing and drainage system problems back to proper function, so you can keep business on track. And our expert installers can provide sophisticated system upgrades to fit your company’s needs.
All around, our goal is to quickly and correctly analyze your residential or business plumbing situation, treat it with the most up-to-date technology, equipment and products and deliver unparalleled plumbing services to all of our valued customers. If you’re in need of plumbing services, turn to the experts at Doug’s Plumbing.
What is high water pressure and why is it bad for your plumbing system. According to the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) any water pressure above 80 PSI is considered excessive. Water pressure is the pressure inside your domestic water system, potable water. The pressure is determined from the source, a well or city supply. Most more »