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Plumbing Bear is a locally-owned and operated plumbing company in Mesa, Arizona. We have been providing top-notch plumbing services for years.

Our mission is to provide you with high-quality, honest work that we’re proud of. We’ll do everything we can to make sure your plumbing needs are met quickly, efficiently, and affordably. We are a full-service plumbing company that provides everything from basic plumbing maintenance to extensive remodeling projects. Our plumbers are highly trained and experienced in all aspects of plumbing repair and installation, so you can rest assured that your job will be done right the first time. Contact us today at (480) 6740-872. We look forward to working with you!

FAQs

Q How long will it take to fix my leaky faucet?

It depends on the faucet, but usually an hour or less.

How long it takes to fix a leaky faucet depends on the type of faucet you have. If it's one of those fancy new ones that has no visible nuts and bolts holding it together and instead uses some sort of magic wizardry, then you're out of luck. You'll need to call in an expert or buy a new one. But if you have one with nuts and bolts, then all you have to do is tighten them using a wrench (also known as a crescent wrench).

Q Will you help me choose the right faucet for my sink or tub?

Our experts will help you choose the right faucet that will fit your needs and the design that you want.

Q What is involved in a typical water heater installation?

Our plumbers will remove your old water heater and replace it with the new model that you have chosen. They will also test for any leaks and pressure problems before fixing your connection, attaching your new water heater to electric power or gas, and connecting all pipes to ensure that your new water heater is ready to use.

Q Can you help me fix a leaky pipe?

Water leaks are extremely frustrating and can cause extensive damage to your home if left unattended for too long. If you have a leaky pipe, you should address it immediately. There are many different reasons why pipes might start leaking and each one requires its own solution. That's why we're here! We'll walk you through each scenario so that you know exactly what to do when faced with a leaking pipe or fixture.

Q Is a leaky pipe a common problem?

Yes, it's a very common problem. The average person has a leaky pipe in their home, and this can be caused by a variety of reasons. It is important to fix the leak as soon as possible because if left untreated, water leaks can cause serious damage to your home.