1. Cover photo for blog and video "Tips on How to Buy a Toilet"

    Buying a New Toilet

    Toilet Purchasing Tips From Robins Plumbing As you can imagine, over the last 22 years we have inspected, installed, and repaired thousands of toilets. That being said, I may have a thing or two to say on the subject. Toilets, when considering their anticipated lifespan, are a very affordable invest…Read More

  2. Cover photo for blog and video "How to Buy a Shower Valve"

    Tips on Buying a Shower Valve

    Buying a New Shower Valve Is it time to update your old bathroom? Then it’s certain that your plumbing fixtures are something to take into consideration. A common request from clients is to update their bathrooms with brand new fixtures, but oftentimes they have already purchased plumbing accessor…Read More

  3. Cover photo for blog and video "Signs It's Time to Replace Your Toilet"

    Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Toilet

    When Should You Replace Your Toilet? While we don’t have a crystal ball that allows us to predict the future, we do have a lot of experience in recognizing the signs that it is time to replace your old toilet. Toilets have an average lifespan of 20-25 years here in Phoenix and, considering what t…Read More

  4. Cover photo for blog and video "Why You Shouldn't Flush Those Feminine Products"

    Feminine Products Should NOT Be Flushed, Here’s Why

    Ladies, ladies, ladies… I know this can potentially be a sensitive subject. Hear me out, woman to woman, because I have great advice for you on how to properly manage our feminie hygiene products. Just because a label reads that it’s “flushable” doesn't always mean that’s the case. This is…Read More

  5. Cover photo for blog and video "How to Fix Low Pressure at Your Faucets"

    Fix Low Pressure at Your Faucets

    Just because a faucet in your home has low water pressure doesn’t mean you'll have to call a plumber to fix it. There are a couple of things that you can check to resolve the issue on your own! Find yourself in need of some help? We've got Faucet Repair and Replacement options for you! Adjust Your…Read More

  6. Cover photo for blog and video "How to Clear Up That Smell at the Kitchen Sink"

    Get Rid of a Smelly Kitchen Sink

    After more than 22 years of plumbing in Phoenix, one of the most common questions I get asked by other moms is, "How do I clear up the smell at the kitchen sink?". You know the smell I'm talking about-- kinda funky! The culprit is usually the garbage disposal; but why, and how, do you clean it? Your…Read More

  7. Water Softeners vs. Water Filters

    If you’re like most homeowners, you want to ensure that your family gets safe, clean water. Unfortunately this is not as easy as it may seem, even in a first-world country like the United States. In fact, over 85% of American homes have water containing high concentrations and contaminants. In thi…Read More

  8. Cover photo: A broken wall, exposing pipes and ductwork behind it

    Emergency Plumbing Leak – What to Do

    4 Moves for an "Oh Sh*t" Moment Shut Off the Water at the Fixture Depending on where the leak is coming from in your home, it may be possible to shut off the plumbing emergency directly at its source. For example, if you have a flooded toilet or leaky faucet, your home’s plumbing fixtures should h…Read More

  9. Cover photo: A shiny brass faucet and handles

    Don’t Let Bad Plumbing Ruin Your Holidays

    I don’t know about you personally, but for me, having family over for the holidays is extremely stressful — during those times, I always feel pressure to make sure everything is perfect. Everything has to be clean, the nice towels have to be out and rolled up just right, the carpets have to be s…Read More

  10. Slurry pulled from a blocked toilet tank

    When Salt Water Softeners Break

    It is no secret that we have hard water in Phoenix. In fact, we have some of the hardest water in the country, and it is evident on our shower doors, our glass dishes, our plumbing fixtures and that hard-to-clean crud on our shower heads. Hard water is hard on our plumbing— it isn’t called hard…Read More