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As Frisco steadily grows, the number of residents and businesses that need reliable plumbing services steadily increases. Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain of Denton offers fast, reliable, and affordable service for both residential and commercial properties that need assistance with drains, faucets, leaks, installations, troubleshooting, and other plumbing services. Whether it’s an exterior fixture like a sprinkler system or an interior appliance like a sink, Roto-Rooter can evaluate the problem, give you an accurate estimate, and complete the work in an efficient manner.

The Best Plumbing Contractor in Frisco, Texas

Plumbing is one of those features of modern life that we take for granted, and it can put a halt on the flow of our lives when it breaks down. When that shower water comes out ice cold, that dripping sound in the wall won’t go away, or that strange stain forms in the floor above the slab foundation, Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain of Denton is ready to help. And when it’s time to remodel your bathroom or kitchen, or update your plumbing, we can handle that as well. We offer free estimates and up-front pricing quotes so that you know exactly what work needs to be done and how much it will cost.

Living in Frisco

Closeup of stone sign in front of the Frisco Municipal CenterFrisco has a cost of living index that’s somewhat higher than the average in the United States. The city is growing rapidly and has a robust commercial sector with a high employment rate. Over half of the employed population in Frisco makes more than $100,000 per year, and in 2017, WalletHub ranked Frisco as the fastest-growing city in the United States and one of the best cities for new home buyers. Job growth projections show future growth rates above 40 percent.

Home values in Frisco have a median cost of $353,210. Property costs, however, are steadily rising; it’s not unusual to find homes listed in the $500,000s. People like Frisco for its combination of local community and big-city access, and its location just east of Lake Lewisville means residents are close to boating, fishing, and other outdoor activities. The lake has excellent stocks of catfish, crappie, and bass.

Becoming involved in the community is easy. City council meetings offer residents a chance to keep up with the latest policy changes — meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Residents also have a wealth of volunteer opportunities available to them in the library, around the city, and with family services organizations.

Frisco is only 25 minutes north of Dallas and offers easy accessibility to this big city and surrounding regional hubs like Tyler and Wichita Falls. The Dallas North Tollway bisects Frisco, offering a fast route into the heart of Dallas; the Sam Rayburn Tollway runs along Frisco’s southern border, giving residents a direct route to DFW International Airport.

Visiting Frisco

The food in Texas is terrific, and Frisco is no slouch in the cuisine department. In addition to the fabulous restaurants and grocery stores that visitors can reach throughout the Metroplex, Frisco itself has burgers, barbecue, burritos, and beer, as well as bakeries, diners, pubs, and sports bars. Want gluten-free fare? It’s here. Want salads or stir-fry? You got ’em. Visitors can also take advantage of the Frisco Rotary Farmer’s Market. And don’t forget Frisco’s proximity to regional food festivals like the Parker County Peach Festival in Weatherford.

Did you know that the real home of the Dallas Cowboys is at The Star in Frisco? Major League Soccer and the National Hockey League both have arenas in Frisco, and the NCAA Division I Football Championship Series and the Frisco Bowl both take place in the city.

Arts and culture are front and center in Frisco, with theaters, parks, craft studios, concert halls, and galleries dotting the city. Frisco is also home to the National Videogame Museum and the Museum of the American Railroad.

Frisco is rightly called a boomtown, with a happy future in store. To keep your home or office’s plumbing in top shape while you experience all the city has to offer, contact Roto-Rooter Plumbing & Drain. Spend your time enjoying life instead of being exasperated by your plumbing.

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Justin was very professional and helpful. Helped us identify a serious issue.


Eddie C.

Eddie C.

Diagnosis for standing water in yard

Near Chisholm Trail, Frisco, TX 75034
Eddie C.

Eddie C.

Installed new Delta kitchen faucet

Near Constance Ave, Frisco, TX 75034
Justin J.

Justin J.

Hydro jet gutter French drain

Near Gunnison Trail, Frisco, TX 75033
Justin J.

Justin J.

Camera sewer plumbing

Near Kentwood Dr, Frisco, TX 75034