KO Plumbing

Professional Plumbing Services & Repair – Serving the Greater Dayton Area

1-937-429-3386

KO Plumbing has been meeting residential and commercial plumbing needs in the Dayton, Ohio, area for more than 25 years. We are a family owned company and our team of highly trained professionals has over a century of combined experience.

Whether your plumbing needs are simple or complex, you can count on the professionals at KO Plumbing to get the job done right.

We are bonded, insured and licensed by the State of Ohio, City of Dayton, City of Kettering, and all surrounding counties. We are also certified by the State of Ohio in backflow testing, repairs and installation.

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Get a Moen “Chateau” Bathroom faucet and installation for just $340 – that’s an $80 savings. Hurry – ends August 10.  Learn More and Get Coupon

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photoGERBERVIPERTOILETSave water with a Gerber Viper 1.6 toilet.

Looking for a way to cut back on your water bill? Start with your toilets. The EPA has a new standard for highly efficient toilets – it’s called the WaterSense label, and it means that the toilet uses far less water and still performs very well. The EPA says that if an average family replaces an older, inefficient toilet with a WaterSense toilet, they could save $1200 per year. On average, a family that upgrades all of the toilets in their house could save nearly $2400 a year. Get the coupon here.

 

Complete Plumbing Services

KO Plumbing offers complete bathroom remodeling, fixture replacement, including toilets, sinks, tubs, showers, disposals, water heaters, softeners and sump pumps. We also perform repair or replacement of interior water lines, drain lines and gas lines.

What Our Customers Say About Us

If you’ve never done business with us before, how can you tell if we’re right for your needs? One great way is to listen to what our customers have to say about us. We pride ourselves in complete customer satisfaction. Read what some of our customers have said about us by clicking here.

Boiler Repair

KO Plumbing is licensed by the State of Ohio in residential and commercial boiler repair service and installation. We are qualified to service hot water heat and steam boilers as well as hot water heat and steam line repairs.

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In tough economic times, we all need to save every penny we can. So take advantage of our online coupons to help out with your plumbing repair needs. You can find our online coupons by clicking here. Just print them out and mention them when you schedule your appointment.

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There's a part in a toilet called a flapper – it's the part that causes water to flow from the tank into the bowl when you push the handle. Flappers are made of rubber and they can wear out over time, causing a leak in your system. If you fix that leak, you can cut down on your water bill Some people find that they can fix a leaky flapper on their own, but if you want a hand putting in a new flapper, give us a call. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tom Ashbrook, Sue Adkins and 4 others like this

Kevin LowQuestion: why don't they make a flapper that doesn't wear out over time?? Like a stainless steel one with a rubber seal that won't curl up?? It seems that is why they leak. The rubber gets affected by the hardness or something else in the water that makes it curl up and loose its ability to seal around the hole where the water enters the bowl to flush the solid waste!!3 days ago
Timothy HatfieldKevin Low that is a good question, we do not manufacture the parts, we just install the proper part that is recommended by the specific manufacturer. My guess would be that in today's world of the 1.28 gpf (gallon per flush) and the 1.6 gpf water closets the stainless steel flapper would be to heavy and would not let the water closet flush properly. Also the cost involved to make a stainless steel flapper would probably be more expensive than the rubber flapper. Hope this helped you.2 days ago

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Looking for a way to cut back on your water bill? Start with your toilets. The EPA has a new standard for highly efficient toilets – it's called the WaterSense label, and it means that the toilet uses far less water and still performs very well. The EPA says that if an average family replaces an older, inefficient toilet with a WaterSense toilet, they could save $1200 per year. On average, a family that upgrades all of the toilets in their house could save nearly $2400 a year. ... See MoreSee Less

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If you suspect that your toilet has a leak, here's a quick way to find out. Put a drop of food coloring into the tank and wait 15 minutes. If the color shows up in the water in the bowl, you know there is a leak in your toilet. Fixing that leak could help cut your wat ... See MoreSee Less

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We know that saving water and money is important for you, that is why we offer highly water efficient Gerber Viper 21-518 ErgoHeight toilet which carries the EPA water sense label.
It is $330.00 plus labor and material to install.

Special runs through September 15
See details at callko.com/?p=177 (2 photos)
... See MoreSee Less

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KO Plumbing - For All Your Plumbing Needs
At KO Plumbing, we can help you with all your residential and commercial plumbing needs. Plumbing emergency? Call KO! Meet Tim Hatfield and hear how KO Plumbing will get your plumbing job done right.
... See MoreSee Less

 

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There's a part in a toilet called a flapper – it's the part that causes water to flow from the tank into the bowl when you push the handle. Flappers are made of rubber and they can wear out over time, causing a leak in your system. If you fix that leak, you can cut down on your water bill Some people find that they can fix a leaky flapper on their own, but if you want a hand putting in a new flapper, give us a call. ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Tom Ashbrook, Sue Adkins and 4 others like this

Kevin LowQuestion: why don't they make a flapper that doesn't wear out over time?? Like a stainless steel one with a rubber seal that won't curl up?? It seems that is why they leak. The rubber gets affected by the hardness or something else in the water that makes it curl up and loose its ability to seal around the hole where the water enters the bowl to flush the solid waste!!3 days ago
Timothy HatfieldKevin Low that is a good question, we do not manufacture the parts, we just install the proper part that is recommended by the specific manufacturer. My guess would be that in today's world of the 1.28 gpf (gallon per flush) and the 1.6 gpf water closets the stainless steel flapper would be to heavy and would not let the water closet flush properly. Also the cost involved to make a stainless steel flapper would probably be more expensive than the rubber flapper. Hope this helped you.2 days ago

Comment on Facebook

Looking for a way to cut back on your water bill? Start with your toilets. The EPA has a new standard for highly efficient toilets – it's called the WaterSense label, and it means that the toilet uses far less water and still performs very well. The EPA says that if an average family replaces an older, inefficient toilet with a WaterSense toilet, they could save $1200 per year. On average, a family that upgrades all of the toilets in their house could save nearly $2400 a year. ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

If you suspect that your toilet has a leak, here's a quick way to find out. Put a drop of food coloring into the tank and wait 15 minutes. If the color shows up in the water in the bowl, you know there is a leak in your toilet. Fixing that leak could help cut your wat ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

We know that saving water and money is important for you, that is why we offer highly water efficient Gerber Viper 21-518 ErgoHeight toilet which carries the EPA water sense label.
It is $330.00 plus labor and material to install.

Special runs through September 15
See details at callko.com/?p=177 (2 photos)
... See MoreSee Less

2
View on Facebook

KO Plumbing - For All Your Plumbing Needs
At KO Plumbing, we can help you with all your residential and commercial plumbing needs. Plumbing emergency? Call KO! Meet Tim Hatfield and hear how KO Plumbing will get your plumbing job done right.
... See MoreSee Less