Plumbing Services In Dubai

At Lincoln Plumbing Services, we offer a wide range of plumbing services for both residential and commercial properties. Our team of skilled and certified plumbers in Dubai have the expertise and experience to handle any plumbing issue your property has. 

We ensure that your plumbing issues are resolved quickly and efficiently. 

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Plumbing Services We Offer In Dubai

Fixture Installation

  • Light Fixture Installation
  • Additional Electric Sockets
  • Appliance Installation
  • Additional Circuit Breaker
  • New Distribution Board
  • Security System Installation


  • Damaged Electric Rewiring
  • Led Light Replacement
  • Burnout Electric Sockets
  • Faulty Circuit Breaker
  • Short Circuit Diagnosis
  • Flickering Lights


  • Smart Home
  • Solar Electricity System
  • Energy Efficient Lights
  • Power Load Increase
  • Solar Water Heater
  • Home/Office Security System

Why Hire A Professional Plumber?

Hiring a professional plumber is beneficial for several reasons.

First, professional plumbers have the required training and experience to accurately diagnose and fix plumbing system problems. This ensures that problems are properly fixed, saving homeowners time and money in the long run.

Second, professional plumbers have access to specialized tools and equipment that can be used to repair plumbing systems. These include pipe wrenches, pipe cutters, and video inspection equipment that can be used to identify and repair plumbing problems that may not be visible to the naked eye.

Third, professional plumbers are licensed, insured, and dedicated, ensuring that are accountable for their work.

Finally, professional plumbers are familiar with Dubai’s building codes and regulations and can install and repair plumbing to comply with those codes.

In summary, hiring a professional plumber can save you money, time, and keep your home and family safe by providing quality and efficient service. 

Most Common Plumbing Problems

Leaky Faucets

Leaking faucets are usually caused by worn washers and O-rings. These small, low-priced parts are in the faucet and can wear out or become damaged over time, causing leaks. In some cases, mineral deposits in faucets can also cause leaks. Another common cause of leaky faucets is worn-out valve seats. The valve seat is the part of the faucet that the washer rests against and can wear out over time causing the faucet to leak. In some cases, leaking faucets can also be because of the plumping pipes.

Clogged drains

Clogged drains are usually caused by debris such as hair, soap scum, food residue, and grease. These substances build up in the pipe over time and eventually block the flow of water. Additionally, foreign objects such as jewelry, toys, and other small objects can also get stuck in the pipes, resulting in blockages. In some cases, clogged drains can be caused by a major sewer problem that all home drains connect to.

Its also important to note that dumping inappropriate things, like feminine products, cat litter, paper towels, down the drain can also cause blockages.

Low Water Pressure

Low water pressure can have many reasons.

Corroded pipe: Over time, pipes in your home can corrode, reducing their diameter and eventually water pressure in the pipes.

Broken or leaking water pipes: A broken or leaking water main can cause a drop in pressure throughout the system.

Restrictive valve:Some homes have valves that restrict water flow. If these valves are faulty, pressure can drop.

Note that low pressure can also be caused by a faulty pressure regulator or a problem with the water pump.

Most Frequently Asked Questions

Leaking faucets can often be fixed by replacing the o-ring or washer inside the faucet. The steps to do this vary depending on the type of faucet, but generally, you will need to turn off the water supply to your faucet, disassemble the faucet, replace worn parts, and reassemble the faucet. If you are uncomfortable with this task, it is best to hire a professional plumber.


Yes, you can install a new sink. However, depending on the type of sink being installed (pedestal sink, undermouth sink, wall-mounted sink, etc.) and the material used (porcelain, granite, stainless steel, etc.), the installation process may vary. It is important to read the manufacturer's instructions carefully and have all the necessary tools and materials before starting installation. If you have any doubts or concerns about installing your new sink, we recommend that you hire a professional plumber.

Signs that your water heater may need to be replaced include: 

Age: Most water heaters have a lifespan of 10 to 14 years. If your water heater is nearing or exceeding its expected life, it may need to be replaced.

Leak or Rust: If your water heater is leaking or rusting, you may need to replace it.

Not enough hot water: If your water heater isn’t producing enough hot water, or if hot water takes a long time to reach your faucet, it may be time to replace your water heater.

Irregular Sounds: If you hear a rumbling, banging, or popping sound from your water heater, it may indicate that the tank is corroded or that the heating element needs to be replaced.

Strange colors of water: If the water coming out of your faucet is discolored, your tank may be corroded or rusted.

We recommend that you consult a professional plumber for a proper diagnosis and whether your water heater needs replacement.

Yes, you can fix a leaky toilet. Running toilet is usually caused by the easily replaceable flapper valve failure. Other possible causes include float problems. Before attempting to repair the toilet, it is important to turn off the water supply to the toilet to avoid accidents. 

It’s always best to hire a professional plumber if you’re unsure about doing the repair yourself.

Do It Yourself - DIY Tips

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There are several ways to unclog a drain, including: 

Use a plunger. Place the plunger over the drain, press down firmly, then quickly pull. Repeat this several times until the blockage is cleared.

Use bent wire hangers. Straighten the wire hangers and make a small hook on the end. Insert the hook into the drain. Gently pull out of the clogged drain.

Use a chemical drain cleaner. These products are available at most hardware stores and can be used to clear blockages. Always read and follow product label instructions.

Using Plumber’s Snake: A plumber’s hose is a long, flexible tool that can be inserted into drains to break down and clear blockages.

If none of these solutions work, we recommend contacting a professional plumber.

It is important to note that if your drains get clogged frequently, it could be a sign of a bigger problem.

To fix a leaky faucet, follow these steps:

1. Turn off water supply to the leaking faucet.
2. Remove the handle to access the valve stem.
3. Use a wrench for removing the packing nut and lifting the stem.
4. Check the o-rings and washers on stem and replace them if damaged.
5. Reassemble the stem, tighten the packing nut, and put the handle back on.
6. Resume water supply and check for leaks.

If the above steps do not resolve the issue, it may be a more complex issue that requires the services of a professional plumber.

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