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Since our company is nestled in Sun City, you may not know much about us. But it doesn’t mean we haven’t been supplying Phoenix, Arizona with quality plumbing solutions for more than 30 years. Since 1989, we’ve taken pride in not only hiring the best plumbers, but educating the community on prevention. Understanding what to look for and how you can address a specific plumbing problem will save you a lot of money over time.

This is something that’s often overlooked by Arizona residents in need of home services. Professional quality and experienced just isn’t valued like it used to be. Either way, our traditional approach to business, focused on taking care of our community, has allowed us to remain in business over the years. While other companies overwhelm you with sales pitches and pricey plumbing solutions, we stick to the facts and share preventative methods that will improve efficiency and the life of our customer’s plumbing equipment.

What Types of Plumbing Problems Are Common in Phoenix?

When it comes to plumbing problems in Phoenix, broken pipes aren’t the only thing that create fits for business and homeowners. Issues with clogged drains and pipes or leaky faucets and fixtures also cost residents an awful lot of time and money. Especially when they try to fix the problem themselves instead of requesting a maintenance technician. If you assume the price will be high, then it can be intimidating to hire a plumber. At the same time, you have to be able to weigh your options and acknowledge what avoidance can cost you.

Earlier this year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimated that 10 percent of all homes have serious leaks that flush as much as 90 gallons down the drain every day. This can add up significantly throughout the course of the year. Especially in areas of the country, like Phoenix, that require an excess of H20. While nobody wants to dish out a few hundred dollars for a plumbing repair, doing so can save you even more money over time.

A majority of property owners that eventually give into plumbing repair services usually shop around for the cheapest option. But it’s important to understand that you’re going to get what you paid for. Even if the first appointment is cheaper, they’re probably going to return at some point with additional charges. Getting things done right, the first time, will help you totally eliminate the issue while maximizing your savings. With that being said, here are three common plumbing problems that we see throughout the Phoenix metro area.

1. Obvious Water Leaks and Hidden Damage.

When you experience leaks at the faucet or other exposed pipes, they’re normally pretty easy for you to spot. In most cases, they’re also fairly easy to fix. On the other hand, it can be extremely difficult to accurately pinpoint where leaks are coming from potentially broken pipes are concealed behind walls. While there are ways for you to try to address the problem on your own, it’s always best to be sure.

When it comes to water damage in hidden areas, the plumbing problem can be a lot worse than you think. You could spend days allocating the leak only to realize that a certified plumber could have saved you a lot of time and money. Working with experienced and knowledgeable plumbing company is typically the best way to stop and resolve any type of leak quickly and effectively.

Professional plumbers have the keen ability to identify signs of hidden water leaks. Aside from preventing the plumbing problem from getting worse, a quality technician will also help you and your family avoid hazardous allergens that build up from stagnant, molding water. Not to mention the impact it’ll make on your next water bill.

2. Water Heater Plumbing Problems.

Aging water heaters can fail to provide adequate hot water because of mineral deposit buildup inside of the tank. This is a lot more common in Phoenix because of lower air quality and the distance water travels to get here. If you’re not routinely flushing out your tank then you could be harming your water heater while setting yourself up for a costly repair or replacement down the road. Similar to your HVAC system, investing in preventative methods will help you avoid a plumbing problem and certain types of water heater repairs.

In some cases, older water heater tanks can leak unexpectedly in Phoenix. If not cleaned up and repaired quickly, this type of water leak can damage your flooring and other furnishings. Scheduling an inspection for your water heater will help you to avoid these problems while providing you with a better understanding of when you’ll need to replace these appliances.

Before our customers have this need, our plumbers take pride in educating them on their options while making recommendations on cost-effective and practical choices for your home. Whether you have a tankless water heater or an energy-efficient tank system, our technicians know their stuff. At the end of the day, we want our customers to be able to trust our plumbing solutions and know that their best interest is always at the forefront of our minds.

3. Conditional Issues Caused by Poor Maintenance.

Scheduling regular plumbing maintenance for your pipes, faucets and fixtures can ensure that plumbing leaks or clogs are spotted and addressed promptly. When you avoid doing so, you can become awfully susceptible to cosmetic and structural damage to different components of your home. Like any other plumbing problem that’s ignored, a lack of diligence could end up costing you a considerable amount of time, effort and money. Committing to regular maintenance will help you keep your pipes, fixtures and systems in good condition. In turn, you’ll be able to experience peace of mind while enjoying a problem free, water efficient environment.

A Plumbing Problem Can Be Eliminated With Quality Solutions.

The plumbers at Canyon State take pride in providing the community with quality solutions and comprehensive options that resolve any type of plumbing problem. Whether you’re experiencing an under-performing or aging water heater, leaky faucets or low water pressure; we want you to be confident in your choice to work with us.

Our 24/7 plumbing division is eager to show what quality service looks like. Our solutions have been designed to suit your needs perfectly. If you’d like to learn more about our maintenance plans or how you can combat plumbing leaks or clogs on your own, give us a call at 623-201-5118 or feel free to schedule an appointment. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you.

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