about us

Over 30 Years of Service

Since 1987, Hassell Free Plumbing has been providing quality service on customer satisfaction in the Cedar Creek Lake and surrounding areas. At Hassell Free Plumbing, we've built our reputation on trust, honesty and taking care of our customers when they need it most.

Why Trust Hassell Free Plumbing:

  • Upfront Pricing
  • Expert Knowledge
  • 24/7 Emergency Service
  • Guaranteed Repair Work
  • Licensed, Bonded & Insured
  • Trained Technicians
  • Fully Stocked Trucks
  • Prompt & Reliable Service
  • Green Plumbing Certified
  • Special Member Pricing

Our team of certified, licensed plumbers can diagnose and repair your plumbing problem with precision and accuracy. We get the job done right the first time.

Hassell Free Plumbing Loyalty Circle
Licensed Green Plumber
Quality Service Contractor
Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors Assciation

Committed to sustainability

Hassell Free Plumbing is focused on initiatives that protect the environment, conserve resources and enhance the economic development of the communities where we operate. We achieve this goal by recycling all possible waste, using environmentally safe products and designing water delivery systems that focus on the conservation of resources. With an enduring commitment to building sustainable communities, we utilize the latest technology to create innovative plumbing solutions

What Our Customers Say

Frequently asked questions

It depends on the make, model and type of water heater. However, the typical tank water heater averages a lifespan of 8-12 years before it needs to be replaced.

Absolutely! In fact, we usually recommend this. A tankless water heater will lower the risk of your house flooding and will also save you bigtime on energy costs. When you go tankless, you will have to choose between gas and electric and the best choice depends on your situation. An electric tankless is less expensive to purchase, does not require as complex of an installation (and therefore less expensive to install), and is energetically more efficient (up to 98% efficient), but is not as powerful as a gas tankless and may not be suitable to heat water for, say, running the shower and doing dishes at the same time. However, electric may be perfect for handwashing stations in commercial restrooms, for example.

Contact us to learn more about which tankless water heater will best suit your home or business.

To quality-test your toilet, take the lid off, place a few drops of food color in the water and let it sit. If any of the food color ends up in the toilet bowl, then you have an internal leak in your toilet. However, you may need a plumber to locate the problem.

First, disconnect all outside hoses and cover them to protect them from cracking. If you live in an older home, turn your indoor faucets to a drip and leave them on drip until the outdoor temperature has risen above freezing. You can also open cabinet doors to exposed pipes so that the heat from your house helps keep pipes warm.

It can take as long as 24 hours below freezing before ice starts to settle in pipes, but it’s best to not wait that long to take precautions.

Call your gas company immediately. This could be a very dangerous situation.