Phoenix Plumber

Call us at (480) 726-1600 and get industry leading Phoenix plumbing solutions today!

Phoenix, AZ Plumber

Does a plumbing issue have you stressed on a daily basis? Call us at (480) 726-1600 and get industry leading Phoenix plumbing solutions today! Click here to save using our online discounts and coupons.

Anyone who owns a home has probably experienced at least one plumbing issue in his or her home. While some may attempt to fix these issues themselves, it is always best to trust a professional plumber. We have been providing our customers with expert Phoenix plumbing services for the last four decades. Whether you are facing a plumbing emergency, or a simple blocked drain, our experts have got you covered.

How can you tell if you have a damaged water heater?

As a homeowner, you rely on your appliances to function at all times. One of the most important home appliance is the water heater. By understanding what signs to look for, you can quickly solve issues before they become a major issue in your home. Common signs include: Temperature – Water that takes a long time to get hot, or no longer gets hot, is the most common sign of water heater problems Rust – This can be seen around the water heater itself or the water itself. If water is coming out rust colored, then your tank may be deteriorating. Leaking – Any water puddles on the floor around the water heater is an obvious sign that it is in need of repair. Noise – If your water heater begins to make cracking, popping, or hissing sounds, call us for an inspection as soon as possible. A damaged water heater can be a serious issue because it can quickly damage your home. By hiring our experts, you can enjoy efficient Phoenix water heater repair services that can bring hot water back to your home.

Why do drains clog?

One of the more common plumbing issues people may face in their home are blocked drains. Understanding what causes them can help you prevent them. The most common causes include: Foreign objects – This includes anything besides liquid: grease, hair, toys, leaves, sticks, dirt, grime, etc. Excessive water – A drain that is working properly may still have trouble disposing of extremely large amounts of water, such as an outdoor drain after a severe thunderstorm. Damaged pipes – If any of your pipes are damaged, they could collapse and cause a backup. Misaligned pipes – Improper installation of pipes can cause pipes to misalign, resulting in a smaller opening through which the water has to flow.

How can damaged sewer lines affect your home?

Your sewers are responsible for disposing of waste produced by your home. Over time however they can deteriorate and fall susceptible to issues. Common signs of sewer line damage include: Yard – Sewer line damage can be identified if your yard has sporadic spots of lush grass and/or certain spots that seem to be caving in. Similarly, damaged sewer lines can cause flooding around your home. Water Bill – If there is a mysterious and sudden rise in your water bill, your sewer line may be the cause. Damaged sewer lines waste water throughout the day causing a noticeable spike in your bill. Water Flow – A damaged sewer line can cause poor water pressure from the faucets in and around your home. Smell – You may begin to smell musty or foul odors. This can occur inside or outside your home, and is generally a result of the wastewater. Clogs – If you are constantly getting clogged drains inside your home, a damaged sewer line is probably to blame. A sewer line almost always requires a contractor for repair. There are some instances in which a trench may need to be dug, but others times trenchless repair may be an option. Our experts are experienced in both, and can ensure that the services we provide are effective and long lasting.

What makes us the top Phoenix plumber?

Do plumbing issues stress you out? Then, ABC Plumbing & Rooter can give you some of the leading solutions in the industry. We can do a number of jobs, which can include: Repairing water leaks (which includes the detection process) Water softeners and heaters Sewer line repair Garbage disposal services Pipe repair and repiping services If you need something else, just let us know, and we would be happy to offer a comprehensive solution to your problem. So, get in touch with us at (480)726-1600 today!

Our 5-Step Process

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Call/Chat/Email Us

Simply use any of the ways to contact us on our website and describe what the problem is to us. We’ll love talking with you!
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Once we understand the issue we will either dispatch an expert same day or at an agreed time & date that we have decided on with you.
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Step 3

Diagnose & Quote

Once our expert has arrived he will diagnose your problem and generate a digital quote for you to sign off on via your smart device or computer.
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Complete Work

Once the quote has been signed off on we complete the work as laid out in the quote. If any changes to the scope of work are made a new quote will be created.
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Lastly, we email out the final invoice which requires your digital signature to be valid. You are then able to pay via your online dashboard or with your technician directly.
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Transparency & Efficiency

Upfront and honest is the only way we do business.

Electronic Estimates

With our digital system we are able to easily send electronic invoices that quickly convert to invoices when approved by you!

Electronic Invoicing

Easily see and view your invoice for the work we have provided. We make it easy and transparent to work with us.

Digital Payment Processing

Whether you want to pay by card in person or via the internet or even over the phone, we make it as easy for you as possible.

Electronic Signature

With our digital system we make sure that we are all on the same page by having a signature before work begins and after work is completed!

$89 Drain Cleaning Special*

Complimentary Camera Inspection At No Charge*

* For all new and existing clients with accessible cleanouts and not to be combined with other offers. This offer must be disclosed when scheduling your appointment.