Arizona Plumbing Services, INC is exactly that: a service industry business. We understand emergencies happen everyday, even on holidays. We want you to feel comfortable knowing you can have a dependable plumbing company when crisis’ appear. We all know it’s not a matter of “if”, but “when” a crisis peeks its’ ugly head. We want you to feel confident when you dial 602-442-8755, knowing you will get timely, dependable service with reasonable prices.
24/7/365 means we have an on call service, so you do not have to wait 1, 2, or 3 hours or wait until the next day for a response.
Backflow is a term in plumbing for a flow of water in the reverse direction. It can be a serious health risk with the contamination of potable/drinkable water supplies with foul water.
Backflow devices are mandatory by city codes to be tested once per year to regulate operational fortitude of the backflow. Our highly skilled testing technicians will give you surety that when they say it’s “Approved” you know you, your tenants, customers and employees are safe from hazardous contamination.
When seeing underground seems difficult, our expert services will pull-off their super hero ability and see underground for you. A video camera inspection is exactly what is sounds like. This machine looks like a cabling machine with a camera that sends video footage in real time to the screen located with the serviceman. As the serviceman begins to send the camera down the line, the camera will reveal what the pipe looks like, what kind of pipe you have underground, where the blockages are occurring, cracks, and much more. Our state of the art technology has allowed our company to move forward into the future by providing our customers with the video of the scope of work completed. This helps Arizona Plumbing Services to show you what you are dealing with. We understand you may not understand the plumbing jargon, but seeing the video with the jargon will educate and allow you to be empowered by any of those other companies that may try to take advantage of your lack of plumbing knowledge. It is important to understand not all lines are going to reveal a problem. However, you can trust Arizona Plumbing Services expert plumbers will have a resolution to your problem. Remember, the camera inspection is your next best step if you are having a continued problem.
Cleanouts are truly a plumber’s best friend when clearing a drain. Properties without proper cleanouts usually mean having an owner or property manager with headaches. Installing your cleanouts is not only a headache cure for you, but when it comes to clearing a drain helps our expert plumbers quickly get the job done.
There are different types of cleanouts. Most commonly are Directional and Bi-directional.
1. Bi-directional cleanout: most commonly used and wanted by plumbing experts. They provide a sweep type function for the cable to run under the building or away from the building without hang-ups getting your cable to go a certain direction.
2. Directional cleanout: a single pipe connecting to the mainline. This can often be a problem because it does not always offer a sweep in either direction. It is, for the most part, a “TEE” which means your cable will go straight down to the mainline and the technician will need to jimmy and jolly the cable until it finally goes the direction he wants it to go.
Our expert services are designed to complete a job with your best interest in mind.
“Therefore, we offer a FREE bidding service for our commercial customers to identify your specific needs.”For our Residential customers, we provide a low $49 estimate fee that will be applied toward selected jobs. We take your needs, and with our expertise we come up with the best fit plan for your situation. We believe this process should not cost you, as we understand you are already in a financial dilemma with your problem of why you need us in the first place. We thank you for your trust in our decision making and diagnostic ability to best serve you. Nickel and diming a customer will never be part of our mission statement. We look forward to your call today.
Hydro jetting is a method used by our technicians to clean clogged or slow sewage lines. A blast of water at high pressure is sent into the lines that will usually remove blockages and build up.
With our incredible low Hydrojetting prices, you will be thankful you made your appointment today.
Our service experts have been trained to efficiently clean your sewer drains, while promoting excellent customer service. We call this a win-win scenario for us and for you.
A hydro-vac trucks can come in various sizes, but work the same way for all sizes. In the basic of terms, a hydro-vac truck allows for excavating without the mess a tractor would make.Hydro excavation is designed to be a non-mechanical, non-destructive process that uses pressurized water and industrial strength vacuum to simultaneously excavate and evacuate soil. As hydroexcavation safely breaks up soil, the soil and water slurry is conveyed by vacuum to a debris tank. Once tank is full, it is relocated to a landfill.
An isolation valve is a valve in a water/gas system that stops the flow of process media to a given location, usually for maintenance or safety purposes.
Isolation valves are what we like to call, “peace makers.” In the midst of a water or gas leak on your property, having an isolation valve can save you from damages costing in the ten’s of thousands of dollars.
Different types of isolation valves are a hose bib, angle stops (found under you sinks or toilets), ball valves and the no longer recommended to use, gate valves.
With our state-of-the-art equipment, you can trust Arizona Plumbing can find your leak. Leak and/or line locating is an art and can take time, situations such as chiller systems and lines 6+ feet in depth or more, insulated pipes and PVC pipes can hinder the exact location of a line or leak.
The good and the bad, if we can’t find it, we believe others will have the same luck. Arizona Plumbing trusts in our dependability to meet our customers’ needs by training our technicians to be the best fit to meet and go above your expectations.
Backups are any clogged drain that would require a snake, hydrojetting or pipe removal to be repaired, cleared or otherwise back in normal working conditions.
Each of our trucks are supplied with medium and large cables for snaking a kitchen sink drain (1½ inch) to mainline drains (up to 10 inch).
Preventions you can do to try and avoid backups are by not flushing wipes, paper towels and other solid materials not meant for the sewer, cooking grease, paint and other “liquid” materials that are hazardous and belong in a “waste yard.” Be aware of your kids. Kids can sometimes get curious and flush little dolls, toy cars, rubber duckies and much more and the fun toilet swirl takes the toy to its final plunge.
Arizona Plumbing offers a range of due diligence reports for your buying/selling needs. We understand your buying and selling needs. Selling a property means you want to make some money and buying a property means you want a good deal in spending money to make money.
Identifying plumbing needs is one of the most critical aspects of your property. Our experts will come out to your desired property and give you an honest analogy of your underground sewer, water and piping conditions; along with a retail value for any necessary repairs and replacements. Our field accessor will provide a report identifying all the results and recommendations for your property.
Polyvinyl chloride, which is commonly abbreviated PVC, is the world’s third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer, after polyethylene and polypropylene. PVC comes in two basic forms: rigid (sometimes abbreviated as RPVC) and flexible.
PVC comes in different types of grades. Schedule 40 and Schedule 80 are the 2 most popular grades used this industry. Knowing which one to use is very important when it comes to Arizona Codes for the Registrar of Contractors. You can trust Arizona Plumbing Services follows coding to the “T.” We believe a job well done is a job done well. No short cuts or trying to go cheap to save some bucks when our customers rely on us to do things right.
CPVC or Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride is a thermoplastic produced by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin which is significantly more flexible and can withstand higher temperatures than standard PVC. Uses include hot and cold-water pipes, and industrial liquid handling.
CPVC is Arizona’s code for most water systems with hot water. Call today and we can have one of our experts get you up to code.
Re-routing a water, gas or sewer line is completed when repairing a line is not the best option in the lines current location.
Often this happens when tree roots impede sewer lines or water lines that are leaking under a slab and the best interest is to reroute instead of tearing up concrete, carpet, tile and creating another financial burden with those costs of replacements as well.
Rerouting is typically a little bit more cost than a direct repair from a slab leak; however, the incurring cost from tile, paint, drywall, carpet, etc can add up and become more of a burden with time and money. You can trust if our serviceman recommends you reroute your sewer, gas or water line, it is in the best interest of everyone involved for this to be accepted.
A shower valve performs two basic functions, it controls the temperature and the flow of the water from your shower/tub spout. It controls the temperature by mixing hot and cold water from your hot and cold water supplies in different proportions and generally has a single control to do this with: though there are also two and three handled valves as well.
The most common valves used today are presumably MOEN and Delta. Our expert plumbers are familiar with all valves and here at Arizona Plumbing Services; for the most part, will use single handle MOEN Positemp valves as replacements if possible.
From fiberglass to tile and stand-alones to full shower and tub: Arizona Plumbing Services can do it all.
Getting the right shower and tub is an important decision we would like to help you with. Call today for any tub install that would meet your needs.
Having a problem with a leak in your tub or fixtures: our technicians are equipped and trained in troubleshooting where and what your leak may be. Whether it’s the waste and overflow or a tub spout, we will make sure your concerns are our concerns. In the end, you can rest assured knowing Arizona Plumbing will fix your problem.
In its’ simplest form, a slab leak is a leak in a water system or sewer system that is under concrete or asphalt.
An Underground leak is a leak like a slab leak, but under regular terrain or landscaping.
These leaks can really be a headache. Our expert servicemen handle these disasters every day and are very skilled and knowledgeable of just what they can do to your property. Call us today if you believe you have a leak that you can’t see, but you know it’s there.
Using our state-of-the-art equipment or by using our preferred locating vendor, we can typically come within 2 feet of identifying exactly where your leak is, sometimes up to 12 feet in depth.
Water heating is a thermodynamic process which uses an energy source (typically by gas or electric) to heat water above its initial temperature. Primarily water heaters are needed for cooking, cleaning, bathing, and space heating. In industry, hotwater and water heated to steam have many uses.
These vessels are used to produce hot water and store it for use. In heavy usage situations the water heater cannot keep up with the amount of water being used. This cools the water and can turn a nice shower experience into the polar bear club. It is important to size your tank correctly with the amount of water used per day.
Our Serviceman are professionally trained and work with some of the biggest names in the industry on a daily basis as their preferred installers. We look forward to sizing and installing your water heater today.
Have a leak or a tank that has gone bad? We are there for you. We can do it all. Install and repair. Competitively priced and quality service makes us the right call for you today.
At Arizona Plumbing Services, we understand the high pressure and emotional distress a water leak can place on yours or your resident’s lives.
If you find you are facing more than you want with water leaks or low water pressure, it may be time to consider repiping your water system.
Repiping your water system will improve water pressure and give you the comfort of warranties.
PEX, Copper, Galvanized and PVC or CPVC are the most common water pipes used in the industry today.
PEX piping is the new fad with a 25-year warranty, with only one hitch to the warranty. PEX must be installed by a “Certified PEX Installer.” Our experts are certified and it is required by Arizona Plumbing Services for our serviceman to continue their certification and education with the proper way to install PEX piping.
Galvanized is the piping of the past. Easily corroded and breakable, your galvanized pipes cannot get replaced soon enough.Galvanization is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel or iron, to prevent rusting. The zinc acts as a magnet to minerals in water and over time the minerals begin to take over your pipes, leaving you with less pipe for your water to run through.
Copper pipe is very common for new houses and for repipes in older apartments and most commercial locations. Copper tubing can come straight piped, rolled, soft or hard. At Arizona Plumb9ing we pride ourselves in doing what we believe to be best for our customers situation. This means on our commercial properties we do not use anything less than Hard pipe and for our residential customers we meet the needs of our customer according to what they want and what is best. With our moderate prices and top quality service, everyone is right for choosing our services to repipe their property with copper.