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Welcome to Taylor Plumbing Services, Inc.

 

Taylor Plumbing has been helping folks in the Kansas City 'Northland' and surrounding areas with their plumbing issues for 65 years now!

 

We strive to take the anxiety out of calling the plumber! Our clients can always expect us to be courteous and professional. We offer a service that we are proud of and are a company that offers premium expertise in the plumbing trade.

 

From your first call for help to our follow up call we work hard to get you back to your normal routine in no time.

 

                 GIVE US A CALL TODAY!

                        (816) 532-0737

 



Featured Services


Sewer and Drain Cleaning

Camera Inspections

Toilet Repair and Replacement

Faucet Repair and Replacement

Drain Waste and Vent Repair

Water Line Repair and Replacement

Gas Lines Installed and Repaired 

Sump Pumps / Effluent & Grinder Pumps

Hot Water Heaters

Septic Systems Replacement/Repair

Garbage Disposals

Hot Water Dispensers

Wall/Yard Hydrants

Certified Backflow Testing

And much more!

 

 

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#1-Old damaged pipe repaired with duct tape  
 
#2-Cut out bad section, ready for repair.  
 
#3-Repair with compression coupling.  
 
#4-Repaired pipe.  
 

Plumbing Tips and Advice

New water heater standards will affect how we buy water heaters.

What does this mean for you?

 

The federal government’s new Energy Factor requirements for water heaters take effect April 16, 2015. The good news for homeowners is that these new products will be more energy efficient, lowering operating costs. It also means that water heaters manufactured after this date may have a more sophisticated design and potentially larger size (possibly forcing a re-location in the home), making it more important than ever to hire a qualified contractor for installation. Get expert guidance from a pro. Contact us at Taylor Plumbing Services, Inc.by calling (816) 249-2056.

 

Mandatory Changes in Water Heaters. What Does This Mean For You?