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Lexington Plumber

A quality Lexington Plumber. High quality at low prices.

Neal Brothers has been owned and operated for past 20 years by brothers Joseph and J. Allen Neal. We specialize in horse farms or equine plumbing, residential remodeling, new construction and service work.

We have the directional boring machine for trenchless technology, rock saws, trenchers, plows and bob cats. We also are certified in backflow testing.

Licenses / Credentials:
• J. Allen Neal Licensed Master Plumber and Drainfield certified installer
• Joseph D. Neal Licensed Master Plumber and Drainfield certified installer
• Tracy Campbell Licensed Journeyman Plumber, Drainfield certified installer and Certified Backflow inspector

We Specialize In:

  • Directional Boring for Trenchless Technology
  • Rock removal by Rock Saw technology
  • All services for plumbing; drain cleaning, water heater replacement and faucet leaks
  • Trenching and Plowing for water line installation and Septic tank installation
  • Bob Cat Construction
  • Rough In Plumbing for new and remodel residential construction; some commercial

Finding the Perfect Lexington Plumber for the Job

Every Lexington homeowner, at some point, will be in need of a plumber. Plumbing may be considered a modern marvel but the very thing that makes our lives so convenient can also ruin our homes. Water in the wrong place can be disastrous and what starts out as a tiny drip if left without repair can end up costing thousands over time.

Of course many Lexington homeowners can save some money by handling the small problems themselves such as replacing a gasket under a faucet stem or unclogging a kitchen drain but it’s also important to know when it’s time to call in a professional plumber. While plumbing isn’t necessarily difficult, much of it is beyond the abilities and knowledge of the average homeowner and a botched job can end up costing you way more than if you had called an experienced plumber in the first place.

Choosing the right Lexington plumber can mean the difference between a positive outcome and a complete disaster, so it’s important use care when selecting a plumber. Of course an emergency will limit your ability to be selective. If you wait for a plumbing emergency your first instinct will probably be to call the first plumber you see listed in the yellow pages and seriously if time is of the essence you may have no other choice. Establishing a relationship of sorts with a good Lexington plumber before you really need one is a good idea.

Tracking Down the Perfect Lexington Plumber

Of course if you’re planning a new home or a remodeling project, you’ll have the time to shop around for a good Lexington plumber Some plumbers may only work in new construction or remodeling projects and many may only work in commercial plumbing, so make certain you find one that can meet your specific needs. If you’re remodeling your home and are fortunate enough to find a Lexington plumber that does both residential remodeling and repairs, you’re in luck. You’ll have someone that is already familiar with all your plumbing installations and can fix a problem should one arise.

The best method of finding a Lexington qualified plumber is to ask family, friends or neighbors for their recommendations. Another good source for tracking down a good plumber can be through local home contractors or real estate agents. These businesses work on a regular basis with plumbers either during new construction, remodeling projects or during the home sale process. They will have information on the best and most reliable Lexington plumbers available.

Local: 859-353-0438

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Prompt, courteous and professional.
Bob, Georgetown
Wonderful service, neat, clean and prompt.
Jamie, Lexington
The highest quality of service and very reasonably priced.
Lura, Nicholasville