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When a plumbing issue occurs at your home or building, you need reliable help quickly. Enjoy quality residential and commercial plumbing services with BenjaminBL Plumbing. Call today at (512) 559-4805 to schedule an appointment in Travis, Hays, and Williamson counties.
We recognize that calling a plumber can be a stressful situation. Our mission is to educate you on your plumbing system and provide consultation so that you may confidently make the best decision for you.
At BenjaminBL, we strive to present a variety of pricing solutions ranging from good, better, and best; to fit any lifestyle or needs. Our Company Goal is to provide a professional work environment for growth and advancement, within the plumbing industry.
We strive to be branded as humble, professional, and knowledgeable. We believe that together, we can achieve our goals through hard honest work and mutual respect.
We get that owning a home isn’t easy. In fact, it can be stressful. But don’t worry, we’re here to help resolve your plumbing problems.
We provide project management and consulting services. If you have a project that needs professional leadership or management we can help!
We are proud to be owned and operated by a retired Corpsman for the US Navy.
You’ll always know what to expect with us- no hidden or added fees. Just honest, flat-rate pricing.
Your home is in highly capable hands with the Benjamin BL Plumbing team! We are fully licensed and insured, professionals.
We know what Austin residents need because we are Austin residents ourselves!
Let's discuss your next project! We will work with your schedule to fit that project you’ve been putting off into finally getting done.
We offer complete plumbing services to the Austin area to ensure your plumbing issues are fixed quickly and accurately. Whether you need your water heater repaired or a faucet replaced in your home, or you need a larger problem resolved on your building’s boiler, we’re here to help.
When a plumbing issue occurs at your home or building, you need professional plumbing services you can rely on. Our plumbers are humble, professional, and knowledgeable, and we guarantee to perform quality work.
Owned by a fifth-generation plumber and former Corpsman in the U.S. Navy, we set ourselves apart from our competitors with our integrity, work ethic, professionalism, and more.Schedule Service
Once you schedule with us, expect to have the work done that same day. Our goal is to have the work completed that same day.
Our team employs the most up-to-date technologies and techniques to find the best solutions for your home or business.
You can always trust the work our trained professionals do. We are meticulous and efficient, getting the job done right the first time.
We keep our trucks fully stocked with everything our technicians need so you never have to wait around for parts or tools to arrive.
We’ll never leave a mess behind. Our plumbers always clean up after themselves, leaving your home or office better than we found it.
Our technicians and office staff alike are known for their friendly demeanor and professionalism.
Here are some tips to Try and prevent your pipes from freezing:
Keep Garage Doors Closed, especially if there are water supply lines in the garage.
Have a low flow of warm water coming from a faucet instead of a drip.
Keep the thermostat set to a warm temperature during the day and at night.
Protect outdoor pipes that will be exposed to the cold temperatures by properly insulating them
Lastly do NOT cover your water heaters with a blanket, for this can cause a fire!
Please Note: Although we cannot completely avoid pipes from freezing here are some helpful tips in case of an Freezing Temperatures.
Tankless water heater cold weather tips
Prior to Freeze:
1.- Do NOT cover your unit with a blanket while running because this could cause a fire.
2.- Run water during freezing temperatures at a very low flow but enough to have hot water running out the tap.
This will keep your tankless unit in low fire and help prevent any damage.
3.- If you lose power and have a battery pack, plug it in and repeat tip 2
4.- If the above is not possible and you have no power go and turn your main water off on the street, then go to your unit and open the service ports to drain the unit, as well as unplug the unit. We also recommend you do this to all your hose faucets and fixtures throughout your home.
This will allow as much water to leave your system as possible.
Once conditions are safe to do so; When turning your water system back on first restore water to your home, and look around your entire property for leaks. Then bleed air from fixtures.
After the air is expelled plug your tankless back in and confirm the system is running smoothly.