Local Plumbing Company Recognized as Leak Detection Pros in Tulsa & Broken Arrow

Neighborhood-oriented plumbing company serving the Tulsa, Broken Arrow and Mayes County communities has been recognized for bringing over 20 years of leak detection experience to the region.

Tulsa, United States - December 6, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Big C’s Plumbing Services, a neighborhood-oriented business serving the Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Claremore and Mayes County communities of Oklahoma with professional residential and commercial plumbing solutions for over 20 years, has become recognized as leak detection pros in the state’s second-largest city, offering the use of specialized equipment and vast experience to find leaks of all types and repair them before they cause more hazardous and serious problems.

“There’s a reason we tell customers ‘if Big C’s can’t fix it, no one can’ – and that applies to our highly professional and advanced leak-spotting services, as well,” explains Chris Ogan, President of Big C’s Plumbing. “We normally advise clients who suspect they may have a leak in their pipes to begin with checking their water meter, writing down the reading and then try putting some food coloring in the toilet tank. If, after waiting for about an hour, the dye has leaked into the bowl, the toilet definitely has a leak; if there’s no colored water in the toilet, we advise them to go check the meter once again.

“If the reading on the water meter has changed, even slightly, it is very likely that there is a leak in the underground pipes, and then it’s time to call in the ‘trained big dogs’ of Big C’s.”

For further information visit https://PlumbersInTulsaOK.net/

In being recognized as Tulsa’s go-to leak problem company, Big C’s handles everything from water main line repairs to slab leaks, dishwasher leaks, under-sink leaks, leaks in the walls/ceilings and sewer repairs/replacement, with all work guaranteed and customers ensured they will thoroughly understand everything Big C’s experienced plumber has uncovered. What’s more, the plumbers take the time to show customers exactly what’s causing the problem and what can be done to fix the leak, and always provide an estimate detailing the required repairs.

“By turning to Big C’s to fix a leak problem, residents and business owners alike can be spared a myriad of headaches in a number of areas, including putting an end to increasing water bills,” adds Ogan. “Further, our approach prevents damage to property through non-destructive methods, ultimately helping customers avoid the costly damages unresolved leaks can result in, while safeguarding clients’ health from illnesses caused by mildew.”

Beyond detection of leaks, Big C’s offers plumbing repairs in the areas of drain cleaning, water heater repair, foundation piering and slab leak repair, while specializing in video camera inspection, sewer mains/water mains, drain cleaning/snaking, kitchen/bathroom remodeling, rooter services, new construction/rough-ins, garbage disposal installs, faucets and fixtures, toilets and urinals (all styles), sinks/showers/bathtubs, valve replacement, hose bibs and outdoor plumbing, irrigation systems, water softeners and reverse osmosis systems, re-piping and more.

Big C’s Plumbing is located at 3802 ½ Norfolk Avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma and can be reached by calling (918) 218-2224. For more information visit their website which is linked above.

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Ogen
Email: Send Email
Organization: Big C's Plumbing Services
Address: 3802 1/2 S Norfolk Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105, United States
Phone: +1-918-218-2224
Website: https://plumbersintulsaok.net/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88937830

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