Al’s Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Provides Maintenance, Repair & Replacement services for Plumbing & HVAC
in Frisco, TX.
Since 1989, Al’s has served southern Denton & Collin counties, northern Dallas County & northeast Tarrant County with up to a 12 Truck Service Fleet to serve you promptly. We are locally owned & operated.
This Is What You Get With Al’s:
- As a company, Al’s has a Texas Plumbing License, PLUS
- We employ only Texas Licensed Plumbers. The Plumber coming into your home also has a Texas Plumber License.
- We pull all Plumbing and HVAC Permits required by your City. You can check your City’s website to know when a Plumbing or HVAC Permit is required.
- We employ NATE Certified HVAC Technicians (Details on NATE below. Texas doesn’t have HVAC Licenses).
- We install Brand-Specific Repair Parts versus “one size fits all”.
- Our Service Staff has over 110 years experience.
Al’s Offers 24 / 7 Emergency Service for both Plumbing & HVAC Systems in Frisco, TX.
Location and History of Frisco TX
Frisco, TX is in Collin County on the north side of the DFW metro. It is located between Lewisville Lake and McKinney, TX. The boundaries are:
North: US Highway 380 / E. University Drive
South: San Rayburn Tollway
West: A quite jagged boundary extending as far west as Lewisville Lake but mostly along Highway 423 / Main Street
East: Custer Road on the southern half and a jagged boundary on the northern extending westward to nearly Preston Road and as far east as Custer Road.
Frisco’s development began in 1838, when the Republic of Texas provided funding for a north / south road. This road followed the Shawnee Trail, which ran from Austin, TX to the Red River (which is Texas’ and Oklahoma’s state boundaries). The Shawnee Road is known as Preston Road today.
Frisco was incorporated in the early 1900’s, and in 1902 the first Post Office was established. Many new residents moved into Frisco due to the location of the railway. By 1914, Frisco’s population was around 1,000. In 1913, electricity became available. In 1921 gas became available.
Population growth was slow until the 1970’s. In 1970, Frisco’s population was around 1200. In 1980 it had grown to 3,500, largely due to the development of Dallas plus suburban Plano (located to the south and east). By 1990 the population was around 6,000; nearly 34,000 in 2000; and 118,000 in 2010.