Plumbing, Heating & Cooling In Tuckahoe

Whether you need maintenance service, installation for construction, or even emergency assistance, we’re here for you.

Contact us to schedule an appointment or call our 24/7 emergency line at 804-416-5231.


Tuckahoe is a suburban community nestled in the West End of Henrico County. The area is bordered by the James River to the south, University of Richmond to the east, and Goochland County to the west.

The Tuckahoe neighborhood takes up a generous portion of the West End, incorporates the main thoroughfares of Gayton Road and Patterson Avenue, and includes parts of Parham and Gaskins Roads.

Tuckahoe: Historic and Modern

Tuckahoe is an indigenous word used to refer to a plant with edible roots that could serve as a nutrition source. All along the East Coast of the United States, indigenous tribes ate plants like these, naming waterways for where they appeared. In Virginia, the area is named for an indigenous town that existed there in the 17th Century.

Modern visitors can visit Historic Tuckahoe and see the boyhood home of Thomas Jefferson and the museums and theaters along West Broad Street.

Today, many of the homes in Tuckahoe are older and well-established. The majority of residences were built between 1940 and 1969, and a number of them were built between 1970 and 1999. There are also quite a few historic Victorian and Queen Anne homes dating as far back as the late 19th Century.

Other architectural styles include older colonials and ranchers, while some of the newer areas of Tuckahoe feature craftsman and transitional style homes.

Timeless Customer Service and 21st Century Solutions for a Historical Area

Tuckahoe contains a wide range of home styles like traditional ranches, Cape Cods, brick Colonials, and bungalows. Most of the homes in the area are well-established, without being historic, having been built between 1970 and 1999. There are, however, some more mature residences dating back to the ’40s.

Carroll Plumbing & Heating Inc. not only has experience offering routine services, but we can conduct intensive repairs, intricate installations, and retrofits on historic homes. We also know and appreciate that the age of a home and techniques used during construction can influence the functionality and efficiency of major systems, like HVAC and plumbing.

Whether a home is newer with generous square footage or more compact, older construction, there can be issues lurking in systems that are detrimental to you and your family’s comfort and safety. Our team is just a phone call away, with 21st Century solutions and timeless service.

Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Services in Tuckahoe

Carroll Plumbing & Heating Inc. provides quality, professional HVAC and plumbing service to the Tuckahoe area of the West End. Our technicians have the training and experience necessary to service, repair, and install HVAC and plumbing systems of all makes, models, and ages.

We provide our full line of services to Richmond and its surrounding communities and have for more than 50 years. Throughout that time, we’ve serviced historic properties, new developments, and everything in between.

No matter your need, we can help. To learn more about our services, you can visit our services page. Or you can click on a specific service you’re interested in below.

Tuckahoe Plumbing FAQs

Q:  How long does it take a technician to get to Tuckahoe?

A:  It depends on if our technicians are already in the area, but if we are coming from our main office to Tuckahoe, it takes about 25 minutes.

Q: What is the number for the Tuckahoe Water Department?

A: If you have any questions about your water quality or water billing, call (804) 501-4275. For a water/sewage emergency after 4:30 pm, you can call the Henrico Department of Public Utilities at (804) 501-5025.

Q: Do you all offer HVAC services in Tuckahoe?

A: Yes, we offer HVAC installation and repair services to people in the Tuckahoe community. Whether you are renovating a house or need a unit repaired, we can handle any of your HVAC needs.

Q: Where is the emergency water shutoff valve?

A: Usually, you’ll find an outside water shutoff valve below the hose bibb in the front of your house. Sometimes, it will be in the enclosure that houses an outdoor water heater. If the main shutoff is inside the house, you’ll find it near the water meter. Alternatively, it may be near the top of the water heater.

Tuckahoe Service Area


We also serve the nearby Chester, Chesterfield, Midlothian, and Moseley neighborhoods.

For more information on our plumbing and HVAC service, repairs, and installation for Richmond’s Tuckahoe neighborhood, contact us today.