Here at Frank’s Mr. Plumber, we provide a wide range of services, including leak detection, pipe repairs,
fixture installations, and routine maintenance, ensuring your plumbing system operates smoothly and efficiently.
With a commitment to quality workmanship and customer satisfaction, we are dedicated to resolving any plumbing
issue promptly and effectively. We know that nobody loves to call a plumber, but when you do, call a plumber you love!
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Plumbing Repairs and Service in Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Tonawanda, NY & Nearby

We know nobody likes to call a plumber, but when you have to– call a plumber you LOVE.

No matter what the original accident may have been, whether you're dealing with a cut water line or a burst frozen pipe, Frank’s Mr. Plumber will be there to take care of everything! If you notice a plumbing issue in your home – don’t wait to call us! The longer you wait, the more severe the problem may become.


Plumbing Repair Services We Offer:

  • Restoring water pressure
  • Replacing a leaking water heater
  • Fixing a running toilet
  • Repairing & replacing burst water pipes
  • Replacing sump pumps or sewage ejector pumps
  • Replacing a shower mixing valve

Recent Testimonials


“I used to use Gross Plumbing. This is the first time I've used you and Jim did a very professional job. I was...”

Emily W. of Niagara Falls, NY


“I appreciate the timely response, customer service form office staff and workers on the job. Pat maintained...”

Sal of Niagara Falls, NY


“I hired you because of the positive review you had on Angie's List. Your crew came and installed the kitchen...”

Luis and Julia M. of Wheatfield, NY

Here to Fix Your Plumbing Problems

If there's a plumbing problem at your house, you want your first phone call to be your last and only call so make sure to give us a call. We will come to your home soon to help fix the issue.

Not all plumbing problems involve a flooded basement. Many plumbing issues are due to normal wear and tear from everyday use. Clogged drains, worn sump pumps, and leaking water heaters are typical and something we have fixed dozens of times.

Regardless of the original cause of the problem, don't hesitate to call us. We will discuss the issue and provide a free cost estimate regarding the work needed to fix the problem and restore your home to normal.

Plumbing Inspections & Preventative Maintenance

Dealing with a plumbing issue is never a good experience. Fortunately, these issues can be fixed before they ever become serious problems. By scheduling a plumbing inspection to identify worn items in your home's plumbing, you can replace parts before they fail and create a mess.

We will also inspect your water heater to ensure no weaknesses, especially in tank-type water heaters, which can rust and leak. Sump pumps must be inspected annually to ensure they function correctly.

Call us today so our licensed plumber can inspect your home and help avoid the expense and damage that results from plumbing emergencies.

How can I winterize my plumbing to prevent frozen pipes during cold weather in Erie & Niagara County?

To winterize your plumbing system, insulate pipes, seal gaps, disconnect hoses, and cover external faucets. Be sure to keep a consistent indoor temperature, open cabinet doors, and let faucets drip during extreme cold. For added protection, call today for a professional inspection from Frank’s Mr. Plumber!

How often should I schedule plumbing inspections to ensure the overall health of my plumbing system?

Schedule plumbing inspections annually to ensure the overall health of your plumbing system. Regular inspections can catch issues early, prevent major problems, and maintain the efficiency of your plumbing.

How can I quickly shut off the water supply to my property in case of a plumbing emergency

Quickly shut off water in a plumbing emergency by locating your main shut-off valve, which is typically near your water meter. Turn the valve clockwise to stop water flow. Test by opening a faucet. Familiarize yourself with the valve's location in advance for swift response!

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