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Ten Reasons to choose City Wide Plumbing

By Phoenix Plumbing, plumbing, water heaters
Bill Harden New Owner

1. Experienced and Honest Plumbers.
2. Visit our Testimonials from Satisfied Water Heater customers,
Plumbing customers, and Backflow customers.
3. If you ever have any concerns you can call the owner Bill Harden 480-966-8795.
4. No hidden charges.
5. You will know the price before we begin.
6. We charge by the job, not the hour.
7. Over 30 yrs combined experience, licensed & bonded, full service plumbing company.
8. Return Policy: 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
9. We deliver reliable, effective and affordable plumbing service Every Time!
10. We treat your home with care and respect.


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Drain Stoppage Prevention Tips From Your Local Tempe Plumber

Drain Stoppage Prevention Tips From Your Local Tempe Plumber

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Avoid clogging your kichen drain  by not placeing hard-to-grind, stringy, fibrous waste, such as poultry skins, banana peels, carrots, celery, or cantaloupe pulp, down the garbage disposal. The disposal can’t sufficiently grind these food products and it will clog your sink drain. You need to also run cold water down the drain for about 15 seconds prior to using the garbage disposal and after to flush the waste down the main drain.

If you have a musty sewer smell permeating in areas of your home try running  water in all drains chances are the musty smell is from dried out plumbing. If this doesn’t work or the smell comes back a couple days later call a professional you may have other plumbing issues.

Make sure you avoid pouring fats down the drain. Fats can solidify-which can cause a drainage issue and clog your pipes. Pour fats and different types of cooking oils in a throw away container such as an old milk jug or old coffee can and throw out with your garbage.

To help prevent hair from clogging your drains, install strainers in each tub and shower to capture the hair before it goes down the drain. When combined with soap build-up, hair can bring your drains to a complete standstill.

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Call Spoofing and City Wide Plumbing

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City Wide Plumbing has become the target of Call Spoofing.

Our phone number is being used for call spoofing. Please understand that telemarketers or scammers are using  480-495-5875 and 602-273-9082  without permission. For your own security, do not engage with them and please block the number.

Spoofing is when a caller deliberately falsifies the information transmitted to your caller ID display to disguise their identity. Scammers often use neighbor spoofing so it appears that an incoming call is coming from a local number, or spoof a number from a company or a government agency that you may already know and trust. If you answer, they use scam scripts to try to steal your money or valuable personal information, which can be used in fraudulent activity.

Watch the video and click through the tabs to learn more about spoofing and how to avoid being scammed.

If you think you’ve been the victim of a spoofing scam, you can file a complaint with the FCC.
(This info was copied from https://www.fcc.gov/spoofing.)


It’s the Law: Before you dig, call Arizona Blue Stake!

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Arizona Blue Stake was established by utility owners as a one-call notification system to assist local homeowners and excavators in identifying the location of underground utilities to prevent damages to facilities.

Notify the Arizona Blue Stake Center at least two (2) working days (excluding weekends and legal holidays) before excavating to have all underground pipelines and facilities located and marked.

Calling 811 will help save lives and protect infrastructure. Knowing where underground utility lines are buried before each digging project begins helps protect you from personal injury, expense and penalties. There may be multiple utility lines in the same area at varying depths. Even simple digging projects can damage utility lines and disrupt vital services to an entire community. Having underground utilities located can help prevent undesired consequences

Wait for the project site to be marked by all utility owners. Once all utilities have been properly located, you are officially ready to dig.

Respect and protect the marks. Have utility lines re-marked if initial markings are more than fifteen (15) days old.

Use caution when digging. Always hand dig within two feet of either side of any marked line. Some utility lines may be buried at a shallow depth, and an unintended shovel

Be Aware utility companies may not mark where the line continues into your property (anything on your property is considered privately owned and maintained.

If damage occurs, notify the appropriate facility owner IMMEDIATLY.

Each marking represents the location of the underground facilities and the color represents the type of utility (gas, water, electric, communication, etc…). These marks are temporary and fade with time.

White– proposed excavation

Pink– Temporary Survey

Red– Electric, traffic signals and street lights

Yellow– natural gas, petroleum, nitrogen, butane, and propane.

Orange– Communication, cable television, fiber optics

Blue water systems, slurry pipes, irrigation and wells

Purple– reclaimed water

Green– Sanitary Sewer Systems


There is a penalty for failure to comply. Owners of underground facilities must locate and mark all their facilities at that location within 48 hours. Failure to do so could result in a fine of up to $ 5000. You or a contractor cannon begin excavating until all utilities have been marked or be subject to a maximum fine of $ 5000.


Information courtesy of:

Arizona Blue Stake

Arizona Corporation Commission

City of Mesa

City of Scottsdale


Peek at the Plumbing before You Purchase

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Are you buying a new home?

Check the plumbing in the new home before you purchase.

Often we hear about people buying a home and then finding out they have plumbing issues that could have been detected before purchase. We’ve composed this list to help you avoid that happening to you.

Check the pipes. A lot of pipes may be hidden in walls, so you may not be able to see everything. Even so, look in the mechanics room or in the basement, under sinks and around toilets. Look for poor connections where leaks are most likely to happen. If you see evidence of water damage, stains, dampness and/or mold, start asking questions: Was this fixed? When? If you’re not getting specific answers, it may indicate that there are expensive repairs in the future.

Check the shut-off valves. You’ll find them around the water heater, behind bigger appliances, to the outside of the house for hoses and sprinkler systems, and to the main water supply. Do the valves twist easily or require a good deal of force? Do they leak when you turn the water off and back on? Do the taps still work a little even though you’ve turned the water off? You may want to have these replaced as a precaution if you have trouble turning the valves or they drip when you test them. When the valves are in poor working order, it’s best to replace them before there’s an emergency.

Check the taps and flush the toilets. How does everything work? Do you see any leaks? Is there a problem with the water going down? Do the taps continue to drip once you turn them off? All of the fixtures in a house may need basic maintenance, such as taps needing new washers or the main cleanout valve needing a cleanout.

Even if you detect some plumbing problems, you may decide the pros outweigh the cons. If you decide to buy anyway, your best bet is to ask for a professional plumbing inspection to provide an estimate. This decision can work to your benefit, as you can negotiate repairs into the final asking price, and avert problems before you move in. We can help.

Call City Wide Plumbing for quality plumbing at an affordable price. 480-966-8795

Does your home in Gilbert, AZ have low water pressure?

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Water’s never too far from anybody’s mind when you live near the iconic Gilbert Water Tower. Gilbert water tower And we’ve made it our business to keep our commercial and residential customers’ water flowing and plumbing systems repaired in the Gilbert area.

Some of the ways we keep the water flowing is knowing what to look for when the only symptom is poor water pressure. It can depend on a lot of factors:

Water pipes. How old are yours? What are they made of? Depending on what your pipes are made of can determine how long ago your plumbing was updated. Galvanized pipe can oxidize and rust, creating pipe leaks and/or water flow blockages. Naturally, both problems can affect your water pressure. PVC pipes don’t rust or oxidize, but they can be sensitive to temperature changes, warping and putting stress on pipe junctures and fixture mounts. The older this plastic material gets, the more brittle it becomes. Brittle pipes can burst at any time.

Do you have a water softener? If the softener is too small and can’t keep up now that you have a new family member, then it might be time to upgrade your softener.

Do you have a water filtration system? If the filter needs changing or the pump isn’t operating at its optimal speeds, it may be time for some repairs.

Does the water pressure change frequently for no reason? You may need to have a new water pressure regulator installed.

City Wide Plumbing has experienced technicians who can offer solutions to your water flow problems. Give us a call to set up your free evaluation today.

When Plumbing Troubles Arise…

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Call City Wide Plumbing and Service Company when plumbing problems arise!Call City Wide Plumbing for your plumbing repairs and here’s why:

  1. We’re experienced. We’re a full-service plumbing company that’s been in business for more than 33 years. See our testimonials.
  2. We’re family owned. We’re small enough to provide excellent customer service, but still big enough to be there FAST.
  3. Our company is licensed and bonded. We’ll deliver reliable, effective and affordable plumbing service every time, and we have the papers to back it.
  4. We have same-day service. Get one of our experienced plumbers out to your home or business in as little as an hour after you call.
  5. We don’t charge for service calls. We’ll come out, take a look and provide you with a free estimate.
  6. Our estimates are our word. The price you see on our estimate is the price you’ll pay. No surprises.
  7. We make every job as affordable as we can. We charge by the job and not the time.
  8. We treat your home or business with care and respect.
  9. Service taken seriously. Our business relies on your business, and that’s why our plumbers provide 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
  10. If you ever have any concerns, we have an owner you can talk to: Call Tracy at 480-966-8795.


Go With “Low Flow” for Savings

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Water in Scottsdale is precious, so saving water also means saving on your water bill. Here are some ways that you can save:

Save water with air.

Using aerator attachments on your faucets and showerheads can help you save water and money. Aerators add air into the water flow. More air in the water flow allows you to use less water without noticing a drop in water pressure.  Aerators can range in price from $7 to $12 online. They can pay for themselves within the first month, depending on your water use. Attach each one to your existing fixtures. Most brands install in seconds without needing special tools.low-flow-aeration

When it’s time for a new faucet or showerhead, many newer fixtures feature built-in aerators. A special “low flow” label on the packaging will tell you which ones are designed to help you save.

Always keep fixtures clean and accessible. That way, if there’s a leak, you’ll be able to spot it immediately. Small leaks can turn into big ones quicker than you may think. If your leak needs more than new washers on the faucet handles, call a plumber at City Wide 480-966-8795.

Save water with every flush. Low-flow toilets use less water. It’s not just about a smaller tank size. Newer technology around the tank includes a variable water pressure mechanism. It clears the bowl in one flush. And one flush will do it. Gone are the days when you needed more than one. After all, two or three times defeated the water-saving purpose!

Hot water tanks can be a big drain.

Install a tankless water heater near your biggest hot water need. For a lot of families, it’s the bathroom that benefits the most. A tankless system supplies hot water on-demand. Turn the water on and you’ve got hot water instantly. You’ll save by not having to run the water and then wait for it to get hot. It’s at the ready when you are. You can also downsize on your next hot water tank, helping you save energy, too.

Talk to the experts at City Wide.

They can help you find more ways to save on your water bill, and deliver same-day service. Estimates are free and there’s never a travel charge.


When your hot water isn’t so hot anymore in Chandler, AZ.

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no more hot waterWith 330 days of sunshine in Chandler and lots of time to spend outside, it’s great to come home and experience a hot shower to soothe those tired muscles. When your hot water isn’t so hot anymore, it may be time for water heater repairs or even a new, more energy efficient water heater.

If getting a water heater checkup just for hotter showers isn’t enough of an incentive, think about the other ways your household relies on hot water.

When you don’t have it, you might notice:

Dishes go into your dishwasher and come out looking almost the same. When your water heater isn’t doing its job, your dishwasher can’t clean as well. Detergent may not dissolve, grease may remain and you’ve just wasted a lot of water and electricity for dishes that don’t clean up. If you do your dishes by hand, you may have to boil water in a kettle or add a bit of bleach to your wash water to get dishes and glassware squeaky clean and sanitary.

Your laundry needs more help. When your water isn’t hot enough, whites and other clothing won’t get sanitized, and greasy stains may set in deeper. You’ll have to rely on bleach and/or need more wash time to keep your laundry up to your standards.

So when your water heater isn’t living up to its name, call the experts from City Wide Plumbing.

They provide a quick response to plumbing problems including water heater repair and water heater installations. In fact, they usually provide same-day service – even on Saturdays! A no-cost evaluation can save you time and money, and get your water temperatures back up where they belong.

Grey Water Irrigation System

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grey water irrigation systemGardens create curb appeal and soften the outside of your home or business, but landscaping requires a consistent watering schedule. And depending on where you live, water can be expensive.

What may be a great solution is installing a grey water system.

Grey water irrigation systems are those that divert water already used from dishwashers, clothes washers and showers, and letting that water feed a drip irrigation system. People who are on a septic system are probably familiar with the benefits of a grey water irrigation system, since it’s nearly a requirement to preserve a septic tank’s ecosystem. Shampoos and detergents tend to kill off the necessary bacteria that break down any solids in the septic tank. New homeowners or people who have always been on a municipal water system, however, may not be aware of how grey water systems can save water, help reduce energy demands and increase plant growth.

Grey water is typically laden with phosphates from detergents and shampoos. If allowed to dump directly into a river, lake or stream, these phosphates encourage algae growth. Eventually, too much algae in the water depletes oxygen levels, and can harm freshwater marine life. So how are phosphates good for your garden? They act as a fertilizer, nourishing young plants and helping them establish good root systems. The plants act as a natural filter, using the phosphates before they reach groundwater, and helping to protect freshwater ecosystems.

Another added advantage to using grey water for your landscaping is that you’re reducing the amount of water needed to return back to waste water treatment plants. This reuse helps save electricity and the burden on your local municipality, creating a greener solution overall.

Since the early 1990s, Scottsdale has been providing non-potable water to 23 golf courses in north Scottsdale through a public-private partnership known as the Reclaimed Water Distribution System (RWDS).

It’s easy to add a grey water system to your home. It connects into your existing plumbing, and can work independently of any energy sources. Electricity-dependent systems use a pump to add more water pressure, and both types come in different sizes designed to accommodate homes and businesses.

By using grey water irrigation systems, your lawns, flowerbeds and surrounding landscaping could prosper!

What is Drip Irrigation?

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drip irrigation in Tempe AZ.One of the most efficient ways to water your garden is through drip irrigation. Water drips from small hoses strategically placed at ground level, maximizing the amount of water that gets to the plant root system. By dripping water directly on the ground, it eliminates most evaporation and allows approximately 90% of the water to go to the plants. In traditional sprinkler systems, water sprays into the air first, causing some of the water droplets to evaporate before reaching the plants. This type of irrigation is about 75% efficient.

A drip irrigation system hooks directly into your water source, such as near a laundry room or around the back of your property. The most efficient systems hook into a grey water system that uses discharge water from dishwashers, clothes washers, bathtubs and showers.

Even though the premise behind drip irrigation systems is simple, the set up can vary greatly depending on the square footage you’d like to water, your water system requirements, timers and the water pressure needed to keep the water flowing to your gardens. While most drip irrigation systems aren’t overly complicated. Keep your garden and your irrigation green this year with a drip irrigation system.

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Preserve Your Water Heater

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How Can You Preserve Your Water Heater?

  1. If you have hard water, drain and clean your tank regularly. Check your owner’s manual for how often the tank manufacturer recommends, but a good routine is picking a consistent date at least once a year, and then following these guidelines:
    1. Turn the tank’s electricity or gas off first. Then turn off the water supply to the tank.
    2. Let the water in the tank cool for about an hour, and then drain the tank until it’s empty. It’s a good idea to use a screened drain for this, as rust particles and other sediment can collect and form larger particles that can clog smaller pipes.
    3. Turn the water supply back on and refill the tank about half way. Drain it again to remove any lingering sediment.
    4. Refill the tank.
    5. Turn the gas or electricity to the tank back on.
  2. Check your thermostat. If it’s set higher than 120 degrees, then you may want to nudge it down to 120.
    1. A lower temperature helps preserve the life of your tank, saves on your energy costs and helps prevent scalding accidents.
    2. Keep it at 120 or higher to prevent mold and bacterial growth.
    3. Use the “Vacation Setting” when you leave for an extended visit. The pilot light stays lit but the water won’t heat. You’ll save money on energy.
  3. Check the area around your water heater and keep the floor around it clean. That way, you can immediately detect excessive rust or other debris buildup that can indicate potential problems.


Plumbing Checks You Can Do

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  1. Make sure every water shut-off valve is operational. The worst time to discover that water valvesthey are not working is when you need them. Do you have a lever-controlled shutoff? Or is it a round one? Some types of shutoffs deteriorate from the inside. This occurs when you turn or twist the handle and it moves properly but the inside operation of the valve has gone bad. You should always double check to make sure the water is turned off. Test your shut offs on a regular basis to make sure they turn the water off completely.
  2. Check the discharge hoses from dishwashers, washing machines, ice machines, water filters and reverse osmosis systems. The tubing can crack and develop slow leaks that turn into bigger problems. Catch minor leaks before you have a deluge.
  3. Replace fixture washers as soon as you notice a leak. Turn the water off at the fixture, and then remove the faucet handle. The washer is dark, round and flat, and it sits under the handle to make sure the handle has a tight grip around the shutoff post within the faucet. If the washer looks worn, it is time to replace it.
  4. Take a look at the base of your toilet. Does water seem to build up between the floor and the toilet? It may be time to get a new wax ring. The ring sits between the toilet base and the floor, creating a tight seal. Use the shutoff valves to turn the water supply off and then drain the water from the toilet bowl. Flush the toilet to drain the tank and then empty the bowl again. Remove the fastening caps from the base and unscrew the bolts. Lift the toilet from the floor and examine the wax ring. If it is very thin or worn in spots, replace it.

No one told me not to put that in my garbage disposal.

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Garbage disposal tips 101

Garbage disposals are the ultimate kitchen scrap eater. If you’re thinking about a new garbage disposal or you just got one, there are some tips you’re going to want to follow to keep it running for years to come:

Always run cold water with anything you put down into the disposal. This helps maintain the flow through the pipes, and helps keep the disposal grease free.

Never put grease, chunks of fat or coffee grounds into the garbage disposal. Put grease and fat into a container and then throw it in the trash. Use your coffee grounds around your roses – they’ll thank you!

Put large bones or fruit stones in the trash and protect the blades from dulling prematurely.

Place smaller bones and most fruit and vegetable peels, husks or skin into the disposal, but cut bigger pieces into smaller ones to help the disposal operate more efficiently. Also, especially fibrous corn husks and celery stalks can wrap around the blades, causing jams and other problems.

Put eggshells in limited quantities into the disposal, but use caution. Ground-up eggshells can bind with greasy foods and clog drains. Also, eggshells are great out in the garden!

Even the best disposal can use a little bit of TLC once in a while. To keep blades sharp, pour a tray of ice cubes into the disposal, and then turn the disposal on. The ice sharpens the blades.

To remove odors, pour half a cup of baking soda into the disposal, and follow it up with a cup of apple cider vinegar. Let the mixture foam for a few minutes, and then run the cold water for at least 30 seconds. If you prefer a fresher, citrus scent, you can use half a lemon with the baking soda instead.

Contact us for a quote on a garbage disposal today, and let us help keep your kitchen scraps down to a minimum!

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Stop buying water from the store and make your own at home.

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You’re trying to drink more water, but buying bottled water can be costly, plus there’s always the added recycling responsibility with all of those plastic bottles. Plus, how can you be sure of what you’re buying?

You have some options. You can install a whole-house filtration system that filters your water as it comes into the house. That way, you can be assured that the water reaching any faucet or spigot in your home is clean, filtered and good tasting. The other added advantage is that it can help extend the life of your appliances. Rust, sediment, chlorine and other contaminants can wear on the moving parts of water-dependent appliances, like a dishwasher or clothes washer, for example. A filter removes these elements before they can damage your appliances.

A whole house water filter can also pair with a water softener, so double check to make sure you have hard water before you add a softener. Also, like any filter, you’ll have to change it every so often. Check your owner’s manual for recommendations to keep your filter working properly.

Another possible solution is to install an under-sink water filter. Filters fit under the sink, and attach to a dedicated water spigot that operates independently from the rest of the sink taps. The most popular placement choice is in the kitchen, so you can use filtered water for cooking, too. Some people even choose to install a separate filter on their refrigerator’s fill line for the ice maker. That way, the ice comes from a filtered water source, too.

You can choose a spigot style and finish that complements your existing faucet, and installation is usually within an hour. Regular filter changes are required, so check your owner’s manual for details.

Stop buying water from the store and make your own at home. Save money. Save time. And save the recycling for another product.

Make Low-Flow Toilets a Go

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plumbingcheckLow-flow shower head? Check.

plumbingcheckFront-load washer? Check.

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You’ve upgraded a lot of fixtures and appliances to save on water, but if a new toilet isn’t near the top of your high-efficiency list, you may want to reconsider. For example, older toilets from before the 1980s used as much as 7 gallons for every flush. Installing a new toilet that uses 1.6 gallons per flush (gpf) means you’d use 77% less water per flush! That translates into a great cost savings that can pay for itself in less than five years.Plumbing mistakes cost you.

But what if you already replaced your toilet in the early 90s and it’s still working well? Besides, it’s a smaller toilet, holding about 3.5 gallons – a full half of what your old toilet used – and it flushes the bowl the first time.

The truth is that some engineering tweaks made all of the difference in how well low-flow toilets flush. For example, the toilet’s trap that opens when you flush has been enlarged. The larger opening allows more waste to move through the opening more quickly. Also, new toilets use a mechanism to increase the water pressure and help clear the bowl after one flush. Some use an air-pressure system; others use a pump. Both systems require only a single flush to clear the bowl.

Contact us today, and we can help you make an informed choice on a new, low-flow toilet that best fits your needs.


Keep Your Water Drain Lines Open for Business

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If water’s not going from your home or business thru the drain lines, you might have a clogged sewer line or a cracked drain line. We can help. We use the latest technology to detect and locate leaks in your underground lines. For example, we’ll place a camera through your drainage system to find any and all problems and mark them for repair. The images show us the overall condition of your sewer line, and give us a detailed view of what’s going on inside your lines.

From there, we’ll recommend the best solutions for your leaking or clogged drain. Our estimates are our word, and they’re free. Plus, we’re local. We never charge for travel, and because we’re in the area, we can usually respond quickly. Even on Saturdays.

Call 480-966-8795 now.

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Sewer / Drain Line FAQs

I was told that my drain line is the old orange berg pipe, and I am having problems with stoppages. What are my next steps?

We suggest with this type of line you replace the entire sewer line. Once you start having problems with it, you will continue having problems to a point that it will totally collapse.

I have tree roots in my sewer drain line. What can I do?

You have two options: Option 1 is to keep cleaning the drain line until it stops up permanently. Option 2 is to replace or repair the old line with a new ABS line that will withstand tree-root penetration.

I have a blue poly water line that keeps breaking. What should I do to keep that from happening?

We suggest that you replace any older blue poly water line with a new copper water service to eliminate any further problems.

My PVC water service keeps breaking. Should I replace it?

Yes, PVC pipe should be replaced with a new copper water service.

How much does it cost to replace a sewer drain line or water service?

It depends on a number of different factors because every water service line can be different. Call us for a free estimate on your next drain line repair or replacement. We’ll measure the line and check for utility obstructions before giving you a written plumbing estimate.


Upgrade Your Water

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If your tap water smells or tastes less than desirable, a Reverse Osmosis System (RO) can be a great solution with several advantages:

  • Improves taste, odor and appearance of your water, straight from the tap.
  • Removes pollutants by flushing them away and does not collect them.
  • Consumes no energy.
  • Uses the latest technology to purify your water.
  • Gives you quality water for pennies per gallon.

Get your free estimate today. Call 480-966-8795 for more information or visit our Reverse Osmosis System web page: https://citywideplumbingaz.com/reverse-osmosis-systems.php

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FAQs for Reverse Osmosis (RO) Systems

What are the differences between a two-stage RO unit and a five-stage RO unit?

The two-stage unit uses two water filters. It is a basic system, and will filter out most impurities. The five-stage unit uses five water filters. You will notice better quality drinking water as it filters out more impurities than a two-stage unit.

What kinds of maintenance will I need to do with a Reverse Osmosis system?

To maintain good, clean drinking water, you’ll want to change your water purifier system filters regularly. We recommend every six months, but that can vary depending on your water usage. Your owner’s manual can provide more specific recommendations as every water system is tailored specifically for your home or business. You can also give us a call for a no-cost evaluation: 480-966-8795.

Clogged filters can create low pressure at your Reverse Osmosis spout, so change your water filters regularly for best results.

Your Reverse Osmosis system also includes a drainage system. If anything blocks the RO drain, your system will stop producing water. Keep the drain clean by removing the blockage, or give us a call: 480-966-8795.

How much does a Reverse Osmosis System cost?

It’s not as expensive as you think, and every system installation depends on your water usage and your water quality. Schedule a free evaluation with one of our technicians. In most cases, we offer same-day service and always provide you with a free estimate. We’ll test your water for hardness and then size a water purification system that’s specifically tailored for your home or business.

Upgrade your water with Reverse Osmosis

What should you know before you hire your local plumber?

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At City Wide Plumbing Service and Company, we want you to know that we value your choices. We want you to know why we are the best choice for you. Take a look at the top ten reasons why we think you should choose City Wide Plumbing.

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Ten Reasons to Choose City Wide Plumbing

  1. We’re experienced. We’re a full-service plumbing company that’s been in business for more than 28 years. See our testimonials.
  2. We’re family owned. We’re small enough to provide excellent customer service, but still big enough to be there FAST.
  3. Our company is licensed and bonded. We’ll deliver reliable, effective and affordable plumbing service every time, and we have the papers to back it.
  4. We have same-day service. Get one of our experienced plumbers out to your home or business in as little as an hour after you call.
  5. We don’t charge for service calls. We’ll come out, take a look and provide you with a free estimate.
  6. Our estimates are our word. The price you see on our estimate is the price you’ll pay. No surprises.
  7. We make every job as affordable as we can. We charge by the job and not the time.
  8. We treat your home or business with care and respect.
  9. Service taken seriously. Our business relies on your business, and that’s why our plumbers provide 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
  10. If you ever have any concerns, we have an owner you can talk to: Call Tracy at 480-966-8795.

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