Plumbing is one of the most common and urgent home repairs. When looking for a plumber in Tucson, you need to consider availability, experience and cost. Our partners at ConsumerAffairs researched the best plumbers in Tucson to help you get problems fixed quickly.
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Plumbers in Tucson perform two types of work: basic/emergency repairs and new construction/remodeling. Basic and emergency repairs can range from a leak under the kitchen sink to a burst pipe in a hard-to-reach place. Construction and remodeling plumbing include projects that change the layout of the kitchen or bathroom.
Common Tucson plumbing issues include:
Low water pressure
Slow or clogged drains
Leaking or burst pipes
There are many historic districts in Tucson, such as in Armory Park, Barrio Anita and Barrio El Hoyo, that have homes built in the 1800s. These older homes have more plumbing issues than new homes with modern plumbing systems in neighborhoods like Dove Mountain and the Catalina Foothills area.
The cost of plumbing in Tucson
Plumbing costs in Tucson depend on the services you need. Prices can increase if more time is required to get the job done properly. Many licensed plumbers in Tucson charge $80 to $130 per hour for labor, plus the cost of parts.
Plumbing costs in Tucson
$123 - $350
Plumbers may also charge more for emergency service or repairs made outside of regular business hours, so ask about any additional fees that may increase the amount of your final bill.
Choosing a plumber in Tucson
Before hiring a plumbing company, make sure it’s licensed and insured. Arizona plumbers are required to obtain a plumbing/contractor license from the Arizona Registrar of Contractors, which requires passing two plumbing exams. Arizona plumbing contractors are also required by law to file for a contractor’s bond based on the type of license they receive: commercial or residential contract plumbing.
Contractors are not required to have insurance to get a plumbing license, but you should look for companies that have insurance so you know you are protected. The Arizona Registrar of Contractors also has tips for what to look for when hiring a plumber.
Professional plumbers need a permit before performing any work on pipes leading into the house. Minor repairs that you can do yourself do not require a permit.
Roto-Rooter has 75 years of plumbing repair experience, giving the company the expertise and resources to repair any plumbing issue. The company offers 24/7 service and charges a flat rate for services rather than an hourly rate. Customers in Tucson appreciate the company’s quick service and friendly, knowledgeable technicians.
Al Coronado Plumbing
Al Coronado Plumbing offers lifetime warranties on all its repairs, 24/7 emergency plumbing and upfront pricing based on the job instead of an hourly rate. The company provides one-time discounts on a variety of services. Tucson customers praise the friendly and knowledgeable technicians, but many people say the company’s prices are high.
Silverado Rooter & Plumbing
Silverado Rooter & Plumbing’s mission is to provide the highest level of plumbing services at an affordable cost. The company is committed to resolving all your plumbing issues. Reviews from Tucson say the company is quick to make repairs, but some say the price is too high for the quality of work.
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