We Recommend Upgrading Your Plumbing to the Modern Day

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

pipe-decay“Wait, what’s wrong with my plumbing?”

The answer might be that your household plumbing in Peoria, AZ is old and outdated. People tend to think of plumbing as made up of invulnerable metals, but of course, there is no such thing as invulnerable metal. Plumbing wears down over time, and if you live in a house that’s more than two decades old, you probably need to make some upgrades to the pipes and fixtures so your home has the most modern plumbing available.

A professional plumber is your best friend when it comes to plumbing modernization. You can’t do these jobs on your own, and a licensed plumber can locate all the places where your household plumbing will benefit from upgrades. (more…)

The Plumbing Maintenance Checklist

Monday, October 28th, 2019

checkmark-greenPeople often groan when they hear about “annual maintenance” for almost any part of their house. Yes, we know that maintenance seems like a chore—but the benefits are tremendous. For example, the plumbing in your house undergoes an immense amount of work and strain during the year. All those drains, pipes, and appliances don’t simply hold up no matter what gets thrown at them. They wear down, and that means inconvenience, costly repairs, expensive replacements, and maybe even plumbing disasters like flooding or not having any water at all.

But you don’t need to worry. You have great plumbers in Peoria, AZ at The Trusted Plumber to handle the maintenance for you. When you sign up for the Trusted Plumber Maintenance Ultimate Savings Agreement Program, you’ll receive our annual 35-point comprehensive home plumbing inspection. (more…)

What Goes Into a Kitchen Remodel?

Monday, September 16th, 2019

kitchen-interior-with-islandRemodeling a kitchen is one of the best investments homeowners can make for a room remodel. A kitchen is usually at the center of a home, both physically and socially. The family often gathers and celebrates there, and proper food preparation is impossible without it. Changing an aging, outdated kitchen for one with new design trends, better workflow space, and the best in modern appliances can help to renew an entire home. It also significantly raises the home’s market value.

However, a poorly done remodel will turn into a nightmare. A kitchen remodel involves numerous steps, and you want only the best contractors on each of them. Because plumbing is a huge part of the kitchen, hiring a professional plumbing contractor with remodeling experience to handle the plumbing remodeling parts of the job. (more…)

Plumbing Things Every Homeowner Should Know

Monday, September 17th, 2018

blue-question-markAre you a brand new homeowner? Or maybe you just haven’t had any plumbing problems before and are suddenly thinking about them now. Either way, you don’t need to be an expert plumber in Peoria, AZ to know a couple of useful tips about your plumbing system. In this post, we’ll go over the location of some important fixtures as well as what not to do to your plumbing system.


How Can Water Filtration Systems Help Your Home?

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

water-filtration-installaionThe local municipal water systems do an excellent job of rendering water potable for our use. Modern life depends on reliable water for drinking, cooking and cleaning. But even the most diligent public system can miss certain key factors – hard water, for example, is a considerable problem in our area – and everyone’s water could stand to be a little cleaner and purer. Homes with infants or similarly sensitive family members especially benefit from more pure water. (more…)

What to Do if You Have a Pipe Rupture

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

flooded-roomPipe ruptures are among the worst problems a plumbing system can deal with. They’re essentially large leaks, with the potential to cause immense amounts of water damage in a short amount of time. Most often, homeowners notice that they have a pipe rupture when part of their carpet becomes a bog, or when they notice a waterfall on their stairs. If you have a pipe rupture in your home, stay calm and follow the steps below. (more…)

Tips on Maintaining Your Garbage Disposal

Monday, June 12th, 2017

plumber-sinkConsidering what the garbage disposal is used for, it’s easy to think of it as somehow impervious to issues. That’s not true, though. Far from it, in fact. Garbage disposals are actually quite susceptible to developing problems, depending on what they’re exposed to. If you want to keep your garbage disposal in good condition for as long as possible, there are a number of things that you should know. Have a look at our following tips on getting a great return on investment with your garbage disposal. (more…)

Why You Should Consider Installing a Sump Pump

Monday, May 1st, 2017

sump-pumpA lot of people think of flooding as both a solely home-submerging event, and as something that isn’t an issue in Arizona. Both of those are untrue. Flooding doesn’t have to be massive and life-threatening to be a serious problem, and it absolutely does happen in Arizona. All it really takes is a foot or two of water in the basement, or a crawlspace, to inflict thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to your home. Any space that is below-ground is at risk, especially if it lacks adequate drainage. One rainstorm is all it takes to cause a big problem, so it’s a good idea to take steps to prepare for it. If you want to protect the more vulnerable areas of your home from this kind of damage, consider installing a sump pump. (more…)

A Reminder About the Benefits of Video Pipe Inspection

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017

It’s important to remember that your pipes need professional services just as often as the rest of your home. Problems like leaks, blockages, and the like come up every now and then, and they need to be dealt with quickly in order to limit the damage. The best way to pinpoint those problems is to schedule video pipe inspection, at least of you want to catch them early enough to protect the system. (more…)

When You Absolutely Need a New Water Heater

Monday, February 6th, 2017

So, hopefully you’ve been treating your water heater with as much care as possible for as long as you’ve had it. Annual preventive maintenance, prompt repairs, and the like are all vital parts of keeping your system in good shape for as long as possible. Even if you have done everything right over the years, though, you know that there will come a time when you just have to replace the system. Sometimes, it’s simply old age that causes the system to eventually fail in its duties. More often, though, there’s a single identifiable problem that will either cost too much to fix, or can’t be fixed at all. It’s important that you be able to recognize when it’s time to install a new water heater in your home. (more…)