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Have our experienced technicians take on your next plumbing, heating, or gas fitting project.
Plumbing
From leaky sinks to sump pumps, T-Flow has the tools and expertise to do the job right. Learn More >
Heating
Keep warm this winter with heating and hot water services by T-Flow. Learn More >
Gas Fitting
Proper gas fitting is vital to the safety of your home. T-Flow does it safely everytime. Learn More >

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About Us

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We are T-Flow Plumbing, Heating and Gas Fitting, your local Boston area plumber and heating contractor. Our plumbing technicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to protect you and your family against a plumbing emergency in Boston and the surrounding area.

Why Choose Us?

  • What services do you offer?

    We are your go-to experts when it comes to all things plumbing, heating or gas-fitting related. We take care of water leaks, frozen pipes, sump pump repairs and all kinds of installations. Additionally, we are skilled at installing and servicing many different types of hot water systems.
    Whether you have a gas leak, water leak, require a backwater valve replacement, need a new water heater or have a plumbing/gas emergency, T-Flow of Boston is here for you! Our list of services is extensive, so give us a call today to learn more.Learn More
  • What are the benefits of backflow prevention valves?

    There are few things more important to life than clean, fresh water. That’s why backflow prevention is so important. Basically, backflow describes a reversal of flow that can lead to contaminated water entering the clean water supply. However, when backflow prevention valves are in place, the contaminants are kept from entering, which is necessary when it comes to certain appliances and equipment.
    For more information on backflow prevention services such as repairs, rebuilds and installations, call T-Flow of Boston today! Learn More
  • Do you offer emergency services?

    Yes! We understand that plumbing and heating problems don’t always occur at convenient times. When you’re dealing with an urgent emergency such as a burst pipe or a suddenly malfunctioning water heater, we are just a phone call away. Learn More
  • How can I tell if I have a broken or leaky water line?

    Broken or leaky water lines can cause big trouble for home and business owners. That’s why it’s important to be able to recognize the signs.
    Some of the signs include audible running water when there are no faucets on, puddles on your property that have no known origin, unusually high water bills, the presence of mold your walls, dripping sounds and visible bulges within your floors or walls. Learn More
  • Why is my sink draining so slowly?

    A number of factors can lead to a slowly draining sink. Grease, food debris and even soap can build up over time, causing your sink to drain much more slowly than it should. Additionally, low places and/or bad joints in your lines can invite buildup of these items. If you’re experiencing a slow -- or nonexistent -- sink drainage, we urge you to call T-Flow of Boston today! Learn More
  • Why am I experiencing low water pressure?

    Low water pressure can be caused by a number of different factors including crimped water lines, the buildup of residue or shut-off valve malfunctions. Low pressure may be an indication that work needs to be done on your pipes, but you’ll need to have it investigated by experts. Give T-Flow of Boston a call to learn more. Learn More
  • Do you have any special offers or promotions?

    Yes we do!
    We do everything we can to ensure that you get the best deal possible when you work with T-Flow of Boston. That’s why we offer a number of online coupons. Visit our special offers page to find out how you can save big on everything from complete replacements of boilers and main drains to heater installations and toilet repairs! Learn More
  • How can I tell if I need a new water heater?

    When you step into the shower on a cold morning only to be shocked by icy water, it’s a strong indication that your water heater requires service or replacement.
    In many cases, water heaters can be serviced to ensure proper operation, but there are times when a complete replacement is necessary.
    Some of the signs that your water heater requires replacement include:
    The water heater is producing foul-smelling water
    It isn’t producing enough hot water
    The heater leaks
    The water it’s producing is dirty
    The water heater is beginning to display signs of corrosion or rust. Learn More
  • I think we have a gas leak -- what should we do?

    Gas leaks should never be taken lightly!
    If you suspect that you have a gas leak, it’s always best to err on the side of extreme caution. If you smell a rotten odor or hear a hissing sound that you suspect may be due to a gas leak, exit the area and call your gas company immediately. They can shut off gas to your home or business, making it safe for qualified technicians from T-Flow of Boston to investigate and fix the problem. Learn More
  • It seems like we have frozen pipes -- what can we do?

    Frozen pipes are a fact of winter life here in Boston, especially since we’ve been experiencing record low temperatures in recent years. And when your pipes freeze, major damage can occur!
    If you turn on a faucet during a cold spell and no water comes out, it’s likely that you have a frozen pipe. The first thing you should do is shut off your main water supply, then turn up your heat. Open vanity and cabinet doors under sinks so the heat can reach pipes more easily. If your faucets continue to produce no water even after they have been allowed to thaw for some time, give T-Flow of Boston a call -- you may be dealing with a situation that requires repair and we can get you back on track! Learn More
  • I’m on a tight budget and don’t want to pay more than I have to; what is your pricing like?

    We believe in honesty and integrity, which is why we have straightforward pricing policies for our services. There is no travel charge if you are located in the Boston/North Shore area, and we never charge for full hours after the first of work has been completed. Every charge is listed on your invoice in a manner that you can understand so you don’t have to play guessing games, plus we do our best to inform you of costs over the phone so you know what to expect before we visit your home or business. Learn More
  • Do you perform sump pump installations/replacements?

    Yes! A sump pump is a great investment for your Boston home because it represents the best way for you to keep your basement dry. We’ve installed countless sump pumps in area homes, and we have the expertise to ensure that your existing sump pump operates exactly as it should. Learn More

Our Service Areas

    • Back Bay
    • Boston
    • Brighton
    • Brookline
    • Cambridge
    • Charlestown
    • Chelsea
    • Dorchester
    • Downtown Boston
    • East Boston
    • Everett
    • Fenway/Kenmore
    • Jamaica Plain
    • Lynn
    • Lynnfield
    • Malden
    • Marblehead
    • Mission Hill
    • Nahant
    • North End
    • Peabody
    • Reading
    • Revere
    • Roxbury
    • Salem
    • Saugus
    • Somerville
    • South Boston
    • South End
    • Stoneham
    • Winchester
    • Winthrop