PRW Plumbing specializes in new commercial construction projects, both large and small all across East Texas. We coordinate our work with general contractors, architects, engineers and other contractors to meet the scope of the commercial building. Our experienced team ensures that all of your plumbing needs are met to complete the project.


Plumbing Contractor for the following Commercial Builders:
  • Lay Construction, LLC – Tyler, TX
  • Premier Management – White Oak, TX
  • Tyler Building Systems – Tyler, TX
  • The Maintenance Company (Kool Smiles and Resolution Dental) – Longview & Tyler, TX
Primary Plumbing Contractor for the following Residential Builders:
  • Alan Stiles – Hallsville, TX
  • Arlon Tomes Construction – Hawkins, TX
  • Blakeley Enterprises – Longview, TX
  • Chase Homes, LLC – Tyler, TX
  • Eagle Creek Construction – Tyler, TX
  • Excellent Construction – Flint, TX
  • Jaw Marketing – Longview, TX
  • Johnson Humphrey Homes – Tyler, TX
  • Jon Easling Construction – Winona, TX
  • Longview Habitat for Humanity
  • McCoy Building & Design – Tyler, TX
  • McCaa Construction – Flint, TX
  • Mezayek Building, LTD – Tyler, TX
  • Nico Fourie Builders – Longview, TX
  • Tim Smith Construction – Kilgore, TX
  • Rider Construction – Winona, TX
  • Rodney Rogers Construction
  • Wright-Built – Hawkins, TX

Gas piping is important in new construction or repair for any appliance that has a controlled flow of natural gas. Natural gas generally costs 40 percent less than the equivalent amount of electricity or oil. Even with fluctuating energy prices, natural gas is the least expensive energy source available.

A couple of ways you can use natural gas:

  • Water Heater – A natural gas water heater is an extremely efficient way to heat water. A natural gas water heater can heat water twice as fast as an electric water heater of the same size.gas_range
  • Gas Range – A natural gas range is a favorite among serious chefs. Natural gas heats quickly and allows instant temperature control.
  • Gas BBQ Grill – Most grills run on either natural gas or propane. There are few things as frustrating as running out of propane half way through barbequing with your friends and family. Having a gas line ensures you never run out.
  • Gas Fireplace – A natural gas fireplace provides warmth and ambiance and it cuts down on the physical labor of dealing with wood logs and cleanup.
  • Gas Dryer – A natural gas dryer dries clothing much more quickly than an electric dryer. A gas dryer can significantly cut down on the amount of time it takes you to do laundry.

Natural gas also offers the convenience of being available for appliances such as the fireplace, water heater and range even during a power outage. Many families have been able to last through a lengthy power outage with heat provided from their natural gas fireplace, hot water from their natural gas water heater and food prepared on their natural gas stove. Unlike electricity, natural gas is delivered safely through an underground distribution system and is unaffected by severe storms.

 Benefits of Going Tankless

  • Save Money
    Because of the technological advances over your conventional water heater, a tankless will only heat water when you need it. It contains a flow sensor that will tell the unit to power on when water is running through it. This means that you are using minimal gas to heat your water, whereas a tank will use gas, 24 hours a day 365 days a year, to maintain a constant temperature. Start saving money today!
  • Huge space saver
    Tankless water heaters are much smaller than traditional models. Going tankless will free up your tank area dramatically allowing for more storage. The tankless is mounted on the wall and is approximately 24 x 14 x 10 inches, which will allow for as much as 50 cubic feet of free space!
  • Very long life expectancy
    Tankless water heaters have been tried and tested and the technology has been around for over 50 years. They will generally last 20 to 25 years, whereas a conventional tank will last on average 8 to 12 years.
  • Never run out of hot water
    A tankless water heater heats water on demand using a heat exchanger and a high power burner system so that you will never run out of hot water. Multiple showers can be taken at the same time along with your laundry load and/or your dish washer without running out of hot water, and these applications can be in use for as long as you need them!
  • Go Green
    You can significantly reduce your energy consumption by using a tankless water heater. Because of its on demand functionality, you won’t be heating water when out of the house or sleeping. Compared to traditional water heaters, tankless models will last two to three times longer resulting in less waste in our landfills.

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When the pressure in a water system isn’t maintained, the risk for water to flow backward into the water system and become contaminated is greatly increased. Backflow testing monitors the health and safety mechanisms designed to protect water purity.

To prevent backflow, most water districts are required to have a backflow prevention program and plan in place, along with backflow prevention devices, where necessary according to local plumbing and building codes. Most cities and counties in the United States require yearly testing of each water district by a certified backflow testing agency.

PRW Plumbing can help you with all of your backflow testing needs.  Contact us today to make an appointment.

Texas Commission Environment Equality (TCEQ)
License No: 0012256

Customer Service Inspections (CSI)
License No: CI0069518