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Plumbing Service Albuquerque & Rio Rancho

Central Plumbing is a locally owned, plumbing, heating and cooling service business serving Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and surrounding areas. We strive to provide the best professional plumbing service we can with an honest assessment of your plumbing issues with options for replacement or repair. We make sure that all our technicians are licensed and up to date on all the latest plumbing code requirements.

Our technicians are trained in all aspects of residential plumbing. We do it all, from a small faucet leak to a water heater install. We specialize in poly butylene repipes and slab leak location and repair. All work is permitted and inspected when required.


Spring is here! Call now to schedule your swamp cooler changeover or AC tune up. All swamp coolers serviced this spring with the purchase of a service contract come with a summer long labor warranty. If something breaks after the inital startup we will come back and replace it for free. You only pay for the part.


On April 16th 2016 new National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) water heater energy efficiency guidelines go into effect. This means that all water heaters manufactured after this date will have to meet new minimum energy efficiency guidelines.  Under the new NAECA regulations most water heaters will be larger, requiring more space for installation. The diameter of a new unit that has the same gallon capacity as an existing unit may be two or more inches wider and two or more inches taller. This may present problems when installing new water heaters in confined spaces. Central plumbing is here to help Albuquerque customers adapt to the new regulations.

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