1. Whole Home Water Filtration

    Do we recommend whole home water filtration? You bet we do! In the Phoenix area we don’t have the luxury of clean mountain spring water going to our homes, we live in a desert, which means we have recycled and treated water coming to our faucets. You can often smell the chlorine in our tap water, …Read More

  2. Cover photo for blog and video "Gas Tankless Water Heaters"

    Pros and Cons of Gas Tankless Water Heaters

    Tankless water heaters are not created equal, and this is especially true when talking about a gas tankless water heater vs an electric tankless water heater. Our discussion today will be specific to the gas tankless variety, while not being model or brand specific. If you’re in the market for a n…Read More

  3. Cover photo for blog and video "Myths About Grease and Your Drain Line"

    Myths About Grease and Your Drain Line

    Grease Does Not Belong in Your Plumbing We clear grease stoppages daily on both residential and commercial properties and this is a stoppage that can be easily prevented. At the time, it may seem convenient to put grease down your kitchen line after cooking up a batch of bacon or frying something fo…Read More

  4. Cover photo for blog and video "Surviving the Hot Phoenix Summer"

    Surviving the Hot Phoenix Summer

    The summertime in Phoenix is no joke, and although most of us locals are acclimated and know what to expect, the Valley is quickly growing with new desert-dwellers who might find themselves in for a bit of a surprise. Whether you’re ready for it or not, the heat won’t hold back on doing its best…Read More

  5. 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

  6. The technician team from Robins Plumbing

    Company Values — They Mean Something to Us!

    Company Values Drive Company Culture It can sound cliché when companies announce their values and tell you that you can trust them. I don’t know about you, but as soon as someone looks to me and says “Trust me,” I immediately start to doubt everything they’re saying. We all want to do busin…Read More

  7. 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

  8. Robins Plumbing logo with phrase "Finally! A Plumber You Can Trust 24 Hours A Day" for blog "What Makes a Great Plumber?"

    A Fun Update On Our Building Progress

    It is now official: we have been in our new Robins Plumbing building for a year! It’s crazy how fast the time has gone. After 14 years of working from my home office, last year we made the leap and purchased a commercial building. Much like buying a home, it was stressful. We looked at building a…Read More

  9. Robins Plumbing logo with phrase "Finally! A Plumber You Can Trust 24 Hours A Day" for blog "What Makes a Great Plumber?"

    The Heart Behind Robins Plumbing

    Robins Plumbing, Inc, The Female-Led Phoenix Plumbing Company Get to know the heart behind Robins Plumbing Stephanie doesn’t like to make a big deal about being a female business owner in the plumbing profession. She doesn’t believe that being a female should set her apart, but she does believe …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