KC Plumber Pro is a small company that is owned and operated by a licensed master plumber. We take a great deal of pride in our work and strive to earn the long term business of each new client. Our main focus is serving the needs of residential clients throughout Johnson County and Kansas City. Instead of focusing on commercial plumbing or new houses, we focus on service work. We enjoy opportunity to work with new clients and build new relationships. We do a lot of work in the newer homes which luckily doesn’t involve drains too often. Our most common installations include water heaters, sump pumps, shutoff valves, and fixture installation. We also run a fair amount of new gas lines for adding an additional appliance to an existing home.
Using quality materials and proven methods you can count on us to get the job done right.
Sump Pump Inspection
Save $39 on a sump pump inspection. KC Plumber Pro can perform a full inspection both inside and outside your home. The best sump pump is one that doesn’t run very often. It’s a good idea to have your sump pump inspected every year...
Power Vent Water Heaters
Save $149 on a Bradford White Power Vent water heater. Energystar compliant this water heater also qualifies for additional tax incentives. All new home built throughout most of Kansas City are now required to have a Power Vent water heater installed.
In case of an emergency it is good to have a quality plumber on hand that can quickly respond to your problem. In many cases a plumbing emergency is something that needs to be resolved immediately. Going without running water for ever a day...
Rinnai Tankless Water Heater
Save $250 on a Rinnai tankless water heater. KC Plumber Pro is a certified Rinnai tankless water heater installer. Print this coupon to receive a $250 discount on the installation of a new unit.
Water Heater Repair Kansas City
In many cases, a water heater that is not working can be repaired and does not need to be replaced. KC Plumber Pro can provide water heater repair Kansas City and Overland Park. The first thing that you need to determine is the type...