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.

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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If you pipes freeze this winter, what can you do to open them? First, open up your faucets so that when the water begins to thaw, it can flow freely. Next, use an electric hair dryer pointed at the frozen pipe to warm up the water – but never use any electric device near close to water. Start closest to a faucet and work your way back. If you think the lines to or from the water have frozen, turn off the water heater. And if you see water leaking from anywhere, you might have cracked pipes. You'll need professional help with that. ... See MoreSee Less

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When temperatures drop below zero, kitchen and bathroom pipes might be in danger of freezing. Here's a quick tip: Just open up the cabinet doors under your sinks. This will allow warmer room air in and help prevent freezing. Another thing that helps in super-frigid weather is to open your faucets and let the water run for awhile. ... See MoreSee Less

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Cold weather can cause big plumbing problems from frozen pipes. The best thing you can do is insulate you pipes to prevent freezing. Check for exposed pipes in crawl spaces or garages, or pipes near windows in the basement. You can find do-it-yourself pipe insulation kits at home centers. Also be sure you disconnect any garden hoses and then insulate the hose connections. If you need help with insulation, give us a call. ... See MoreSee Less

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Alberta FinkHappy Thanksgiving KO plumbing!!🦃🍂2 months ago
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If you pipes freeze this winter, what can you do to open them? First, open up your faucets so that when the water begins to thaw, it can flow freely. Next, use an electric hair dryer pointed at the frozen pipe to warm up the water – but never use any electric device near close to water. Start closest to a faucet and work your way back. If you think the lines to or from the water have frozen, turn off the water heater. And if you see water leaking from anywhere, you might have cracked pipes. You'll need professional help with that. ... See MoreSee Less

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Carol South, Tressa Eaton and 15 others like this

Matthew HogansTHANK YOU4 days ago

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When temperatures drop below zero, kitchen and bathroom pipes might be in danger of freezing. Here's a quick tip: Just open up the cabinet doors under your sinks. This will allow warmer room air in and help prevent freezing. Another thing that helps in super-frigid weather is to open your faucets and let the water run for awhile. ... See MoreSee Less

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Elaine Paulette Naylor-Fenton, Marie Bateman-Hilgeman and 21 others like this

Cathy ConleyWe where with out water for 3 days do to pipelines braking .never though to have bottle water at hand i am propared for power outage but not water2 weeks ago

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Cold weather can cause big plumbing problems from frozen pipes. The best thing you can do is insulate you pipes to prevent freezing. Check for exposed pipes in crawl spaces or garages, or pipes near windows in the basement. You can find do-it-yourself pipe insulation kits at home centers. Also be sure you disconnect any garden hoses and then insulate the hose connections. If you need help with insulation, give us a call. ... See MoreSee Less

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Todd Bell, Joyce Crowder and 12 others like this

Alberta FinkListen to him......!! Good advice!!1 month ago
Joe HruskaIt's been 60° all winter!4 weeks ago

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SPECIAL OFFER. IN-SINK ERATOR DISPOSAL REPLACEMENT FOR ONLY $288.See the details at callko.com/coupons/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Sally Smith, Rachel Derringer-Thrush and 20 others like this

Alison Akers HudsonHow much to install only? I have a Badger that needs installed2 months ago
Kettering Oakwood PlumbingAlison our labor rate for any part of the first hour is $128.00.2 months ago   ·  1

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Special offer: Moen kitchen sink faucet #7430. Installed price only $240. See the details at callko.com/coupons/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Danya Wilson, Shirley Hawkins and 18 others like this

View previous comments

Alberta FinkHappy Thanksgiving KO plumbing!!🦃🍂2 months ago
Kettering Oakwood PlumbingHappy Thanksgiving to you also Alberta Fink2 months ago
Matthew HogansHELP2 months ago
Kettering Oakwood PlumbingArliss what kind of help do you need2 months ago
Alberta FinkArliss...I'm sure KO Plumbing could help you....they are the best!!!!!2 months ago

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