If you are experiencing plumbing problems, call Robins Plumbing in Phoenix today. Our team has the skills, years of experience, and the most up-to-date training in order to make short work of any plumbing issues you may experience.
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At Robins Plumbing, we believe that our customers deserve the absolute best. This is why our team will always strive to deliver a higher level of service than other plumbers in the Phoenix area. In order to exceed your expectations, we make sure that everything we do is guided by the following principles:
One of the most important services that we offer is 24/7 emergency plumbing. We know that emergencies rarely occur when it is convenient, and we also know that when your plumbing is causing real problems, that it is better to have someone there to stop it from getting worse as soon as possible.
Contact us at any time, day or night, for assistance with plumbing emergencies big and small. When you have an emergency you don’t want to talk to an answering service or an answer machine, you want to talk to a real live person, and we promise that’s exactly what you will get when you call Robins Plumbing. Day or night, holidays or weekends our phones are answered 24 hours a day by trained employees ready to get your emergency handled right away.
The most common plumbing troubles are usually leaks of some kind. From a faucet that won’t stop to a wet spot on the carpet or on a wall, leaks can be really serious. Left untreated, leaks can cost thousands of dollars in property damage, and they can have health consequences, too. When you call Robins Plumbing, we will arrive at your home, stop the problem from getting worse by stopping the flow of water to the area, and then we will diagnose the cause of the leak. After we have discovered why you have a leak, we can provide you with an estimate to repair or replace the faulty component. When you give us the go-ahead, we will dive right into fixing it.
While lots of people have their air conditioning system inspected once or twice a year, very few people have their plumbing inspected, even though a plumbing inspection carries many of the same benefits as other inspections for your home and business.
With an inspection, we can make sure that each part of your plumbing — from the fixtures to the pipes — are in perfect working order. If there are problems, we can warn you about them early, which can save you a lot of frustration (and lots of money). While we don’t have to worry about frozen pipes very often here in Arizona, we do have hard water, which causes its own unique problems, including mineral scaling. Below are several other instances in which we recommend having your plumbing inspected.
A home inspection is an important part of doing your due diligence before buying a home, but it may not go in-depth enough to make you feel completely confident about the plumbing in your future home.
A camera sewer inspection by a trained plumber from Robins Plumbing in Phoenix is especially helpful if you are purchasing an older home. Over time, the roots from trees and other plants can grow through pipes and cause a multitude of problems, including stoppages, leaks, and flow issues. Some older pipes may have become damaged by age or due to poor quality materials, and they may be about to collapse at any time. A sewer camera inspection can detect these issues and others before you have an incredibly expensive problem on your hands, giving you negotiating power before the purchase is complete.
While most houses have some things that don’t work quite as well as they should, or maybe they have some finicky fixtures, but if you have experienced real problems with your plumbing recently, then an inspection allows you to track down the cause and start with repairs.
Not everything related to plumbing has to be bad news! If you want to update your kitchen or bathroom, one of the fastest ways to transform the space is to have new fixtures installed. When you trust a professional plumber, like the skilled tradesmen at Robins Plumbing, to do the job, not only can you be sure that the results will look great, but you also know that they will function great for years to come.
Our team of plumbers can also repair your fixtures if something goes wrong. Thanks to our many years of training and experience, we can quickly find any problems and fix them.
A new faucet or sink will look great and it can even make it easier for you to use them. For kitchens, it is always a good idea to have a dual sink setup to make washing dishes easier. If you’re someone who loves to cook in large quantities and you lose large pots and pans you will want to consider a deeper bin or even a single bay sink to accommodate your lifestyle. In your bathroom, a single sink is usually great for most people’s needs, but if you want two sinks in your bathroom, a large countertop allows you to have a couples sink setup installed.
There are so many different options available for faucets that it is nearly impossible to discuss all of them on a single page, or even an entire website! If you have questions about what kind of faucet is right for your sink, give us a call. We can talk to you about the pros and cons of any setup.
If you need to have a water line run into your laundry room or into your garage in order to use a sink, we can make that happen too.
Toilets have come a long way in the last few decades. If your home has old, inefficient toilets that use a ton of water and aren’t very comfortable, there are lots of new options that can transform the way you think about this fixture. Whether you are looking for a simple toilet or you are curious about some of the new toilets that are loaded with features (hello, seat warmers!), we can help. Give our team of professional plumbers a call today to learn about the benefits of having a new toilet installed in your bathroom!
While it is warm most of the year, that doesn’t mean that anyone likes taking cold showers. Water heaters help us start every morning right, and they help us keep our clothes and dishes clean. Unfortunately, water heaters don’t last forever. In fact, most traditional water heaters should be replaced approximately every 6-8 years for electric models and 8-10 years for gas models. If you know that your heater is getting to the end of its recommended life cycle, or if you have been having trouble reliably getting the hot water your home needs, give Robins Plumbing in Phoenix a call. We are always happy to discuss all of the choices that are available to you!
Instead of keeping a tank of 30-50 gallons of water hot and ready to go, a tankless, on-demand, water heater heats water quickly as it is on the way to the tap. Not only do tankless heaters keep the warm water flowing, they are also much more energy-efficient than tank water heaters. If you want even better efficiency, you can have us install multiple on-demand water heaters! Installing multiple tankless water heaters might be the ideal choice for your home because they will provide you with a steady source of reliable hot water to the tap, even when there are multiple demands on the system in a short period of time (taking showers and running a load of laundry through the washing machine, for instance).
If there is a downside to a tankless water heater it is the initial cost. An on-demand heater and installation is a bit more expensive, but they usually pay for themselves fairly quickly thanks to reduced energy costs and a significantly longer lifespan. While a regular water heater can last somewhere between 8-15 years, a tankless water heater will keep on working for more than 20 years.
As the name suggests, a hybrid water heater is a combination of a traditional water heater with a tank and heat pump. A hybrid system pulls thermal energy from the air to heat the water. When there isn’t enough thermal energy to heat the water, an internal heating system kicks on to heat more water. In a place like Phoenix, there is ample warm air around, which can make for tremendous savings! This heater is so energy efficient it can save our clients more than $4700.00 in just the first ten years of owning it.
Traditional water heaters with tanks are the standard for a reason — they are generally pretty reliable, they work with either electricity or gas, and they are the lowest upfront cost option available.
Floods can happen anywhere at any time, which means it is important to know that there is a reliable and experienced flood cleanup and restoration company that is ready to help you. At Robins Plumbing, we have the experience necessary to stop flooding from getting worse and to start cleaning up your home afterwards.
Even in a climate as dry as Arizona's, a flooded home can lead to mold infestations, as well as the spread of other potentially harmful materials into the air. Without proper mitigation, you could be putting your health at risk by staying in a home that has suffered flood damage. Our team knows how to safely and quickly work to prevent these hazards from causing long-term harm.
Arizona has hard water. While it is not as bad as some other desert states and parts of the Midwest, compared to some of our neighboring states, the water here doesn’t always taste the best. The buildup of minerals in our water is to be expected, but that doesn’t mean we have to choke down less-than-delicious water. At Robins Plumbing, we are proud to offer a number of the most advanced water treatment options available, including several nuvo systems!
Nuvo systems are unique in that they don’t use more minerals to remove minerals. While other water filtration systems use chemicals or salt to remove the poor-tasting minerals from your water, nuvo instead relies on the power of citrus to neutralize these minerals in a way that keeps them from scaling and makes your water a joy to drink! We can install one of these systems in your home to give you the incredible-tasting water you have always wanted. Best of all, you won’t have to worry about expensive maintenance charges or adding salt or other chemicals to your system. Nuvo uses easily replaceable cartridges to keep your water from scaling. Once every 4-6 months, you remove the old cartridge and add a new one.
Whether you are facing an emergency and need a plumber in the middle of the night, or you want to learn about your options for a new water heater or water treatment system, we’re here. No one else has the experience, training, or dedication to doing the job perfectly the first time. Call us today.
Below are just a few of the services we offer.