CHANDLER KITCHEN PLUMBING SERVICES
Work with Maricopa County's Premiere Plumbing Professionals
They say that the kitchen is the heart of the home, and at All About Water, we have your home's best interests in mind. Our trusted and experienced plumbers can work with you to fully equip your home’s kitchen with plumbing, repipe existing plumbing, and help install new appliances. We always strive to go beyond the problem and offer compassionate customer service. At All About Water, we work quickly to ensure that the job is done right the first time and that the disruption to your life is kept to a minimum.
If you need a skilled kitchen plumber in Chandler, call All About Water at (480) 470-0404 and schedule a quote with our team today.
Very knowledgeable and explained each step in detail.- Alton C.
Amazing Service!- Parrish Family
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I would definitely recommend All About Water!- Jon Bollier
These people are true professionals!- Mandell and Franco
When you work with All About Water, you will be working with experienced plumbing professionals that are highly skilled and qualified to help with all of your home’s plumbing needs. We can work with you to address kitchen plumbing concerns that you may have, offer our expertise in new construction, and provide repiping and appliance maintenance, repair, and installation.
All About Water proudly offers cost-effective plumbing for your home’s kitchen, including:
- Garbage disposal installation and repairs
- Supply line services
- Faucet installation and repair
- Broken pipe repair
- Leak detection and repair
- Refrigerator line services
- Sink installation and maintenance
- Water filtration system installation
Whether you are considering replacing your faucet or your sink, or if you have an issue with your pipes or dishwasher, do not hesitate to call All About Water and speak with a trusted representative from our team.
As any plumber will tell you, having a garbage disposal backed up is the worst. It causes your sink to fill up with decomposing food, leaving your kitchen and home smelling less than pleasant. However, did you know that there are a few easy ways to make sure that your garbage disposal doesn’t leave you with more chaos than you need?
- Keep hard foods out of the disposal. Throwing things that are dense or have a hard outer shell can dull the blades of your garbage disposal. Plus, smaller objects can actually get stuck in the rotating parts of your disposal units, leading to your need to call up a friendly neighborhood plumber. You can look into the instruction booklet of your disposal system to see which objects it recommends avoiding; certain newer models do have higher hardness capacities than other systems, but make sure you’re aware of what your system can handle. It’s better to be safe than sorry! You should generally look to avoid large veggies, seafood shells, popcorn kernels, and hard bones.
- Be mindful of harmful fibers. Vegetables and fruits are excellent for your health, but bad for the health of your garbage disposal system. Try to avoid throwing things like banana peels, celery, potato peelings, hard fruit pits or seeds, and egg shells. With the fruits and vegetables, you can put them down the disposal in minimal amounts as long as you take care to cut them up so that they don’t interfere with the blades of the disposal system. Similarly, trash and papers should stay away from the disposal because they can also clog the blades or other rotating parts. Plumbers see a lot of different things during their work days, but some have reported finding things like children’s toys being the source of a mighty clog!
- Regularly maintain the health of your system. You can make a daily effort to help your garbage disposal stay in working order with a few easy steps. When you’re preparing to put things down the garbage disposal, make sure you cut large food items into smaller pieces so that you can reduce the risk of them forming a clog; however, if you find yourself cutting up a large amount of pieces, perhaps the food you’re looking to dispose of should be placed in the trash or a compost bin. You should also run cold water through the disposal after using the disposal because it keeps the system from overheating and helps waste go down pipes easier.
We understand the concerns of our community and are capable of solving all of you water needs.