Scottsdale Plumbing has been a reputable plumbing business since 1946! Based out of Arizona, our company and its quality of repair and replacement services are quite well known in areas like Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Arcadia, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Tempe, Phoenix, Mesa and Gilbert. Our 24-hour services and top quality has made us one of the most preferred contractors when it comes to fixing different types of residential or commercial plumbing issues.
Our licensed technicians have been servicing clients needs across the valley for decades. We are not one of those plumbing contractors who won’t appear for days after you have given them a call. We are available 24 hours a day for emergency service and respond to each inquiry in a timely and efficient manner.
Equipment We Service
At Scottsdale Plumbing, we offer general repair services for a wide range of plumbing equipment including faucets, toilets, showers, tubs, waterlines, sewer lines, supply lines, ball valves, pressure reducing valves, backflow preventers, shut-off valves and hose bibs among others. No matter what kind of problem you are facing, Scottsdale plumbing is here to help.
Scottsdale Plumbing has been family owned an operated for over 65 years. We offer same-day service on most service calls, and 24/7 emergency service is available by calling our office at 480-945-9583.
Service technicians from Scottsdale Plumbing do not make commission on the jobs they complete, so our customers can be confident they won’t be paying for any unnecessary work. Hourly rates make it easy to estimate any job and keep projects affordable for our customers.
Give us a call today. We’re waiting to hear from you!
Did you know?
- Single-piece, plastic angle stops and supply combos frequently crack and wear out and subsequent leaks can cause costly damage. Safeguard your property today and have your stops and supplies replaced with stainless steel.
- Any and all gate valves should be replaced with ball valves for preventative maintenance.
- High water pressure can damage fixtures beyond repair and cause leaks! A pressure reducing valve (PRV) is needed if water pressure exceeds 75PSI. Have your water pressure tested today.