Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find frequently asked questions and answers about plumbing and natural gas installation and repair.

We cover Tallahassee, Liberty and Wakulla Counties & Crawfordville.

Commercial plumbing refers to the plumbing systems and services installed in non-residential or commercial buildings, such as offices, retail stores, restaurants, hotels, industrial facilities, and public institutions. These plumbing systems are designed to accommodate larger water demands and more complex configurations compared to residential plumbing systems. Commercial plumbing serves a variety of functions, including providing clean water for drinking, sanitation, and industrial processes, as well as removing wastewater and sewage.

When it comes to commercial plumbing in Tallahassee, you can rely on Cureton Plumbing to meet the needs of your business.  Our experienced technicians respond rapidly to emergency issues with not just a higher level of service, but also an understanding of commercial needs and requirements.  From employee or customer restrooms, drain repairs or back-flow prevention-Cureton Plumbing can handle any problem and have your business back up and running in no time.

Residential plumbing refers to the plumbing system installed in homes to provide clean water for various purposes and remove wastewater. It includes a network of pipes, fixtures, and appliances that work together to ensure the distribution of potable water and the proper disposal of sewage and wastewater. Residential plumbing systems are essential for daily activities like cooking, cleaning, bathing, and using the restroom.

  • All work is back by our Service Guarantee
  • Same day service in most cases
  • Free Estimates
  • Fully Licensed, Bonded, and Insured
  • Job sites left clean
  • 24 Hr Emergency Service
  • Financing Available
  • Experienced, Friendly  plumbing technicians
  • Repairs to pipes and fixtures
  • Installations and New Construction
  • Re-piping
  • Slab Leaks
  • New Construction
  • Sewer Lines
  • Grease Traps
  • Fixtures and Appliances
  • Drain Clogs
  • Water Heater Replacement
  • Tankless Water Heater installation
  • Camera Inspections
  • Major and Minor Remodeling, Including Water Damage and Restoration
  • Leak Locating

We install both conventional and tankless water heater systems. Conventional (usually 40 gallon tank) is traditionally used in older homes. These conventional water heaters have come a long way in efficiency and saves homeowners when replacing with somewhat cheaper on the “unit cost” and installation. But they are continuously using energy by heating the 40 gallons of water day and night for hot water all the time whether you are using hot water or not. More expensive on your utility bill.

Tankless Water Heaters are now installed on many new homes for their efficiency and cost savings on utilities. Tankless water heaters don’t continuously heat the water, but heat the water on demand so you only use energy when you actually use hot water. Call our office to see how you may save on your utility bill using a new state of the art “tankless water heater”.

Gas line or gas pipe installation involves the process of setting up pipes to transport natural gas or propane from a gas supply source (often a utility company’s main line or a propane tank) to various appliances or fixtures that require gas for heating, cooking, or other purposes. Proper installation is crucial to ensure safety, efficiency, and compliance with regulations. 

Some services may include:

  • Hot water heaters (standard)
  • Tankless water heaters
  • Ovens and Stoves
  • Furnaces
  • Shut-off valves
  • City gas meters
  • Pipes and routing
  • Testing and inspection
  • Safety and leak detection


Our technicians are aware of every homeowners desire to keep their home clean. We have shoe covering that is worn when we come into the home as needed.

We also clean the area after finishing a plumbing job.

Any extra PVC or copper piping is recycled.

Back-flow in plumbing refers to the unwanted reversal of water flow in a plumbing system, which can lead to the contamination of clean water with potentially harmful substances. Back-flow can occur when there is a change in pressure within the plumbing system, causing water to flow in the opposite direction. To prevent back-flow and protect the potable water supply from contamination, back-flow prevention devices are installed in plumbing systems.

We can dispatch a plumbing technician to your location to take care of the emergency plumbing needs. Please call our office number 850-222-4412, #2 to leave a message with the on-call technician. They will get right back with you.

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We are virtually open 24 hours a day 7 days a week for emergency plumbing repairs. Our “on-call” technicians are available 24/7.

Office:  850-222-4412

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