Plumbing, Heating and Cooling in Grand Junction
The team at Pride Plumbing Heating And Cooling is fully trained and licensed technicians, capable of delivering a higher quality home service at everyday affordable prices.
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Our team of experts is here to provide you with all of your plumbing needs along with HVAC repair services. We can handle any size job, big or small. Whether you need a leaky faucet repaired, an emergency service call or new installation--our staff has the skills to get it done right! We are confident that our affordable pricing will meet your expectations.
Regardless if you need a fixture repair or installation, our team can get it done right away. Our prompt solutions for your plumbing needs all come at reasonable costs. Call Pride Plumbing today!
We specialize in the installation of any heating and cooling systems in Mesa County, Colorado. If you are looking for reputable heating services, or cooling services, Call Pride Plumbing Heating And Cooling.
Pride Plumbing Heating And Cooling offers extensive home service maintenances plans to prevent you from costly repairs down the road. You deserve to be comfortable in your own home!
We will take care of all your plumbing and HVAC needs.
We provide a variety of services including plumbing repairs, heating and cooling maintenance, HVAC repair/maintenance and installation. Our technicians are licensed with the State of Colorado which means you can have peace of mind that your work will be done right!
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Grand Junction, CO
Plumbing And HVAC Services In Grand Junction, Colorado
If you're a homeowner in Grand Junction, Colorado, you know that keeping your plumbing and HVAC systems in good working order is essential. However, many people are not sure which services they need or how to go about finding a reputable contractor. If you're living in the Grand Junction, Colorado area and need plumbing or HVAC services, consider calling Pride Plumbing Heating And Cooling at (970) 628-1888.
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Frequently asked questions.
Here's some of the more common questions we get from Grand Junction, CO, residents regarding their plumbing and HVAC systems.
What areas do you service?
We service the Grand Junction area, Redlands, Fruita, Clifton, and most cities in Mesa County. If you're not sure whether or not we service your area, please give us a call and we would be happy to help you out!
Are Your Technicians Licensed And Insured?
Yes, our service technicians are licensed and insured. We guarantee our work. All of our service technicians have undergone a rigorous screening process and completed an extensive training program so you can be assured that you're in good hands. We also offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of our services so you can be confident that you're making the best decision for your home.
Can I Book An Appointment Online?
Yes, you can book online at https://www.prideplumbingphc.com/schedule-service. Just select the type of service you need, enter your information, and choose a date and time that works best for you. We'll confirm your appointment shortly afterwards.
Do you offer duct cleaning?
No, we do most hvac services, but not duct cleaning. Duct cleaning is a separate service that needs to be performed by a professional duct cleaning company.
What causes a blocked drain?
If it's an indoor blockage, the heavy materials or objects could have been flushed down your drain. Overflowing drains are usually caused by sanitary products and other hard to flush items that clog pipes and obstruct drains. Wipes, tissues, even hair can be a culprit too!
What happens when there is a leakage in the water supply line?
Water seepage can lead to sinkholes, pipe dislocation, or even serious structural damage. You'll get stuck paying for the water main repair and the damage it caused! The only way to avoid those expenses is to figure out you have a yard line water leak fast.
Can hot water heaters be repaired?
A water heater can certainly be repaired, generally depending on what is going on when a plumber is called out for water heater repair. As per the common problems listed above, the general consensus for these tends to be a parts replacement, a reset of the system, or a flush of your water heater.
Are broken sewer pipes covered by homeowners insurance?
Broken sewer pipes are not always covered by homeowners insurance. In many cases, they are considered a maintenance issue and the homeowner is responsible for fixing them. However, there may be some exceptions depending on your policy. For example, if a broken pipe caused water damage to your home, that would likely be covered. It's always best to check with your insurance agent to find out specifically what is and is not covered.
What can cause a furnace to stop working?
A clogged furnace filter can cause a furnace to shut off. Dirty filters are the most common cause of furnace problems. Dust and dirt restrict airflow—and if the filter gets too clogged, the heat exchanger will overheat and shut off too quickly, and your house won't warm up.
air conditioner running but House Not cooling?
If your air conditioner is running, but not lowering temperatures inside, one issue could be a blocked or clogged condenser coil. When operating correctly, the condenser fan draws air into the outdoor unit through the condenser coil to pull heat energy out of your home.
How often should you get a furnace serviced?
The longer it runs, the further maintenance and repairs it could require. To ensure your furnace continues to run smoothly, you should have HVAC technicians coming in once a year to do service maintenance checks. Maintaining your furnace will keep it running longer and safer.
Is it OK for a heat pump to run all night?
As the outdoor temperature goes lower than the balance point, the heat pump will continue to run non-stop and occasionally backup electric coils will supplement the heat pump. The heat pump is designed to run continuously to give you as much heat as you can possibly get.