Benefits of Choosing Al Coronado Plumbing
Your home is an investment that is part of your daily health and comfort, and we know that means a lot to you.
Because we respect that fact, Al Coronado's technicians wear shoe booties and use clean up mats.
Our Tucson plumbing services leave your house cleaner than we found it!
What good is a service if it's not done right and guaranteed? You deserve the peace of mind to know that if something happens to your home, you will always be taken care of.
We offer a written guarantee for parts and labor on all of our work. Some projects even carry a lifetime guarantee. If you're not completely satisfied with our installation, we will do the job again to your satisfaction for no additional cost.
Plumbing repairs can be costly. We don't believe in charging our customers more than we have to.
We charge by the job and not the hour. You’ll know exactly what it will take to fix your problem before any work begins. All in-home service quotes are free to you within our service areas so there will be no unpleasant surprises!
We are always flexible with our scheduling to respect your valuable time. Plumbing problems can happen to anyone, at any time.
To help you take care of them as quickly as possible, we provide 24/7 emergency plumbing service. This comes to you at no extra cost. No matter the circumstances. Because we know you have better things to do than worry about your plumbing. Emergencies happen at the worst possible times.
We know plumbing problems in your home can come at the least expected times. We also know that you can't always put them off, especially when there are broken or busted pipes.
To help with your expenses, Al Coronado Plumbing helps with financing on select services. Contact us today to learn more about our no-interest financing options.
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Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions
The venting on a plumbing waste system serves three primary functions. The most important function is to balance the air pressure in the waste line to allow it to drain properly.
As water flows through a drain, positive pressure builds up in front of the water. This could ultimately slow and stop the flow of the drain.
Venting the drain system allows the pressure to balance behind the water flow, so it does not slow down and drains as it should.
This effect also prevents the build-up of negative pressure behind the water, which would push water out of the p-traps in a system.
P-traps are U-like bends under almost all home plumbing fixtures that are designed to constantly hold water to prevent harmful sewer gas from entering the home.
The second function of waste venting is that it allows for the harmful gasses that build up in our sewer systems to be released outside of the home.
The third function is to allow oxygen to be introduced into the sewer system which promotes the growth of “good” forms of bacteria that eat human waste and allows drains to flow at their best.
Plumbing systems are composed of three different independent but equally important systems: water, drainage, and gas.
Backflow devices exist for both freshwater and drainage systems, and both are protective measures necessary to keep properties and people safe.
The most important and common type of backflow device is on the freshwater system.
Backflow devices only allow water to flow one way and they prevent contaminants from entering into the freshwater plumbing system.
They are most common at irrigation connections or for independent properties or facilities so that if contaminants enter a freshwater system, it will be isolated to that particular property or part of that system, without putting more people or properties at risk of contamination.
The less-known type backflow valve exists in sewer systems and is more accurately called “back-water valves”.
These valves are installed for properties where the elevation of the city/county manholes are higher in elevation than the foundation level of an individual property.
In those cases, if the main sewer line were to back-up, waste would flood out the properties lower in elevation than the manholes.
The back-water valve is a flapper installed underground and is designed to close if water from the main sewer attempts to back-up into individual properties.
Unfortunately, many of these valves were buried underground with no top side access during construction. When this happens and the backwater valve is broken and needs to be serviced, they need to be excavated and replaced with a proper set of cleanouts and a backwater valve that includes top-side access with a separate cleanout riser for the backwater valve.
During the new home construction process, most decisions are made by the builder and their installation crews by doing what is easiest and cheapest.
That being the case, electrical, water, drainage vents, and even gas are often in the same wall and possibly located closely to one another depending on where the fixtures for each respective system are located.
Before drilling or cutting into the wall, care should be taken to avoid hitting an unseen line or connection from any of these systems.
Al Coronado Plumbing is proud to service, repair, and install ANY type of water heater known to man!
We are the professionals educated in gas and electric tank-style units, tankless, solar, and hybrid heat pump units, to name only a few.
Al Coronado Plumbing has seen it all and can handle any water heating system that you may have!
There can be many different reasons why plumbing pipes can make noises. Some of the noises are perfectly normal and unavoidable, like hearing the water flow through the drain line in a laundry room wall.
Some are not to be expected and signal an issue with the operation of the system. These noises are often types of what is called: “water hammer.” Water hammer occurs when water is moving inside of a system in unexpected ways. Water hammer can present with a periodic or continuous thumping, knocking, screeching, or higher-pitched tone, and can be due to many different types of problems with a system. Often, water hammer is brought on by excessive pressure or malfunctioning valves in the system.
Homeowners and professionals are often too quick to identify the issue with a lack of strapping on the piping system but we must remember, even if the piping is not strapped properly, something wrong with the system has to be causing the pipe to move in the first place.
Calling a professional like Al Coronado Plumbing is important in these situations to avoid unnecessary or unsuccessful repairs and solutions.
The plumbing system is composed of three separate and independent systems: water, drainage, and gas.
In today’s modern age, it often becomes easy to overlook the importance of these systems and the abilities they provide to us on a daily basis. The water system delivers safe and drinkable water to any fixture in the home for our consumption and bathing.
The drainage system allows us to carry hazardous waste away from our homes in a sanitary way, avoiding public health concerns or issues with disease spread.
Gas allows for the heating of water, heating, and air, as well as medical gas delivery, which allows for medical procedures to be performed safely.
All of these systems contribute to the health, safety, and daily comfort of our lives and it is important to remember that your local plumber is responsible for it all!
In the state of Arizona, plumbing services are not taxable and therefore, customers will not be charged any taxes for services rendered.
Mobile home plumbing is not very different from traditional slab construction plumbing.
Al Coronado Plumbing is proud to offer plumbing service and repair on all types of structures and homes for both private residences as well as commercial operations.
We are your go-to plumber for any job. There is no job too big or too small for Al Coronado Plumbing to handle!
Uniform plumbing code requires permits to be pulled before a lot of different types of projects can be completed in a plumbing system. Technically, permits should be pulled before a toilet or faucet installation.
However, most homeowners and professionals would agree that would be excessive and unnecessary.
That being said, it is important to find a balance between code requirements and logic to avoid unnecessary costs.
As a good rule of thumb, plumbing permits should be pulled for any water heater installation, gas installation, water line or sewer line replacement, or other plumbing work that will be covered underground or in walls, or of significant monetary value over $5,000.
This will keep such installations safe and ensure the homeowner is protected and that the work is done to current code standards.
Al Coronado Plumbing includes permits on all such projects to protect the homeowner and ensure a professional and quality job is done.
As a courtesy to our customers, Al Coronado Plumbing provides estimates free of charge within our service area.
We often receive phone calls asking for pricing on various repairs, but it will always be necessary for a trained technician to evaluate the job in person before an accurate price can be given. This is true even for “small” or “simple” repairs. The reason for this is to provide an accurate price that will not change, and to avoid any surprises during an already inconvenient time of having a plumbing issue to begin with!
Many companies will provide “foot-in-the-door pricing” over the phone to gain an opportunity to complete the repair. However, after the contractors arrive on-site, the “I didn’t knows” enter the picture, and the pricing changes.
We feel this is unfair to consumers. This is why Al Coronado Plumbing offers free estimates to be the accurate professionals our customers count on us to be!
Andrew from sales is super knowledgeable and just an outstanding guy. We reached out to him last minute with an urgent request to fix our water heater and he made the necessary arrangements to get it fixed immediately. Exceptional customer service and by far the best all-around value for your plumbing needs.
- Lindsey C.
From the initial call to the end result our experience was as pleasant as could be. Rob, Brandon and Xavier went beyond the norm to make sure that the problem was figured out and resolved in the fastest and most economical way possible. Kevin K made sure that we had any additional information including different options that were available. The ability of the technicians to trouble shoot and stick with it until they were satisfied, stay professional but friendly made the experience as painless as possible.
- Mavid W.
The customer service was excellent at every level. Very friendly phone service and a prompt appointment. Bobby S gave me the requested phone call when he was on the way and arrived on time. Great service from Bobby, who was happy to explain the services and price options. He solved our drain problem, leaving the work area as he found it.
No one looks forward to needing a plumber, but we'd be happy to call Al Coronado again or refer them to friends.
- Laurie C.
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