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Doug Turner Plumbing Announce New System Testing Services

Enhanced Plumbing Services Benefit Houston Residents

HOUSTON, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Some plumbing issues can easily be remedied by a property owner. For example, using a plunger is often an effective way to remove a clog from a toilet. However, other plumbing issues require more advanced repair services. In some cases, the cause of the issue is not easily determined, and advanced diagnostic and testing services are necessary. Doug Turner Plumbing is a highly reputable Houston-based plumbing company that has been assisting local residents with their plumbing needs for years. It recently has announced new testing services to benefit its clients.

Whether an issue is located in a sewer line or a fresh water line, the fact is that many issues are difficult to detect. This is because these lines may run through the foundation of the home, the walls or even in the ground outside the home. They are not visible, and seeing damaged areas is not easy to do. Without advanced testing services, it is often necessary to dig trenches in the ground to view the pipes and lines directly. Cutting into the foundation or walls may also be necessary. When the first cut is not successful at locating the issue, additional cuts must be made. Ultimately, this can result in considerable and costly damage for the homeowner to contend with. The fact is that advanced services are now available that negate the need to damage the property in this way.

Doug Turner Plumbing offers superior repair and maintenance plumbing services for its clients, and it now offers highly advanced diagnostic services to benefit its clients. For example, video pipeline testing places a video camera into a pipe to pinpoint the location of a leak or clog. Through visualization, the damage or problem area can be located, and the best repair procedure can be determined. In addition, hydrostatic testing can be used to verify that the property has a pipe leak and to determine where the leak is. Another service available is electronic leak detection, which uses a microphone to locate even very small leaks. These are all services that are now being offered through Doug Turner Plumbing. 

Doug Turner Plumbing is a local leader in the plumbing industry, and it has a solid reputation of providing its clients with superior services for repairs, maintenance and other services. Because the company strives to provide its clients with excellent service regardless of how minor or significant the project is, it now offers advanced testing services to its clients. Those in need of plumbing services in the Houston area can request an appointment by contacting the office directly.

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Doug Turner Plumbing is an established and reputable plumbing service provider known for its excellent customer service and its ability to provide fast, quality plumbing assistance to its valued customers. Those in need of plumbing assistance in the Houston area can request information through the website at www.dougturnerplumbing.com, or they can contact the office directly by calling 281-201-0455.

Media Contact: Jessica Hodson, Doug Turner Plumbing, 281-201-0455, [email protected]

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