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Hello! We are Jeff and Kim Whitworth. Our family relocated to Royse City in 2011, only knowing a few people there. Since then, we have built astonishing relationships within the community. We started Military Plumbing in the summer of 2012, and have stayed true to our Christian-based morals. As our new company began to blossom, Kim got diagnosed with stage four breast cancer. Cancer took a lot from her, but not enough to stop her from wanting to watch this business grow into what it is today. She works non-stop in the office helping out in every way she can. We are proud to say our employees strive for integrity, discipline, honesty, and honor as much as we do. In addition to being business owners, we are parents to four wonderful children who blessed us with four beautiful grandbabies. We are a family-owned-and-operated business. Jeff has been perfecting his trade since 1998. In these 23 years, Jeff has seen every side of plumbing, which allows him to spread his knowledge to our many employees. He obtained his responsible Master’s in Plumbing, as well as extra schooling on things such as LeakTronics and backflow prevention. We started this company on the foundation of serving others the way veterans do every day. As a tribute to our family who has served, we proudly named ourselves Military Plumbing. We currently have two proud retired veterans working for us. We can provide them with a way to continue to serve while having a comfortable work environment. We work closely with our employees to ensure our customers are receiving the respect and workmanship they deserve, as our customers are like our family.
Sometimes, a plunger won’t get the job done, and unless you’re a plumber, you’ve probably found that the two 90-degree angles of the P-trap don’t quite line back up with the other pipes beneath the sink as well as they did before you took them apart—and then there’s all that stinky, gooey water.Read More
Slab leaks happen when the plumbing beneath the concrete of your home fails and leaks, or even bursts. This particular problem develops out of sight and, if left unmitigated, will cause critical damage to your home. You can prevent excessive damage if you’re familiar with signs that you’ve got trouble beneath any of the concrete slabs of your home.Read More
The plumbing in your home is a dynamic system that can cause major trouble when something goes wrong and water damages your house. Sometimes, though, it’s something as simple as that constant, annoying drip from the faucet that plops loudly into the sink and costs you money on your water bill.Read More
Many home projects can be completed by enthusiastic do-it-yourselfers, but we recommend that you hire our professionals at Military Plumbing to install a new dishwasher in your home.Read More
You purchased your home for security and comfort, but when the water heater goes out, you’ve lost one of the biggest sources of comfort your home provides. Not having hot water is like having cherry pie without the filling.Read More
Your old toilet—you’re tired of dealing with it, but you’d be in a pickle without it. Of all the plumbing we have in our homes, the toilet is probably the most important fixture. It’s also the one that is the most problematic and wasteful.Read More
Can’t find that funny little disposal key that helps when your garbage disposal becomes jammed or stuck? Military Plumbing is just around the corner, and since 2012, we’ve been a leader for plumbing and garbage disposal repair in the Rockwall area.Read More
Plumbing hasn’t changed much over the last 100 years. We still do a lot of things the same way plumbers did them in the 1920s. But while plumbing may not have advanced much with technology, technology has helped the way we do our work.Read More
Does it seem like you’ve been sitting in the same boring trough for too many years every time you take a bath? Military Plumbing is a trusted plumbing company serving the Rockwall community, and we can transform your bathroom into a personal spa that offers a relaxing, luxurious experience each time you soak in your new tub.Read More
Oh boy. There’s every chance the persistent soggy patch in your front yard is because your service line cracked or has sprung a leak. And you know what that means: digging a huge trench in your front yard with a backhoe to get at that pipe! That’s a bit expensive, quite messy, and it takes a long time and a lot more money to restore a yard damaged by heavy excavation.Read More
If you have plumbing in your house, and we suspect you do, eventually you’ll need plumbing repair. That’s just the nature of transporting water into and throughout a building. Pipes go bad for any number of reasons—age and deterioration, a landscaper sunk their shovel too deep into the garden, the roots of an elm have invaded your old service line, the foundation of your home is failing, or you’ve just had foundation repair.Read More
Whether it’s for residential or commercial plumbing for water, sewer, leak detection, pipe lining and whole house plumbing, our team is ready to assist you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We’re here for you! Call us and we’ll be there.