Expert Plumbers in Palm Springs, La Quinta & Surrounding Areas
The General has been leading the way to superior air conditioning and heating, indoor air quality, service, maintenance, installation, and repair since 1984. Our superior business practices have earned the respect of property owners in the Coachella Valley, including Bermuda Dunes, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Mecca, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage, and Thousand Palms. Trust. Dependability. Value. Commitment. These are the words that our loyal family of customers use to describe our company.
Since we’ve been the leader in home comfort for over three decades, it made sense for us to expand into residential plumbing services. General Air Conditioning & Plumbing’s high standards of excellence in customer service, products, service, and maintenance makes us the only choice for any plumbing need you may encounter. We offer a wide array of plumbing products and services, including:
- Water Heaters & Tankless Water Heaters: Repair, Replacement or Service
- Water Treatment: For the Safest, Purest Water
- Water Saving Devices
- Faucet Repair or Replacement
- Service & Repair: Toilets, Sinks, Showers, Garbage Disposals
- Backflow Preventers
- Point-of-Use Water Filtration
- Water & Sewer Line: Repairs or Replacements
Plumbing emergencies often occur when it’s most inconvenient and without warning. Don’t let those unexpected events ruin your plans. The General’s plumbing troops are trained and ready 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to diagnose your problem and have your home plumbing system up and running again in no time.
Competitive prices, value-driven service, and inclusive warranties and guarantees provide the security and peace of mind that the General will solve your plumbing service, repair, or maintenance issue quickly and efficiently. There’s a reason we’re The Best Little Air Conditioning and Plumbing Company In The Desert! You can count on General Air Conditioning & Plumbing, day or night, now and for your future.
Plumbing FAQs in Coachella Valley
When Should I Schedule a Drain Cleaning?
Drain cleaning services can be used as both a preventive measure and a reactive one. If you’re experiencing toilet or sewer line clogs frequently, or if there are funny smells coming from your bath, sink, and shower drains, then scheduling a drain cleaning is a good idea. Outside of these reactionary circumstances, we recommend scheduling a drain cleaning once every few years, or annually for businesses or busier homes to prevent clog formation.
How Can I Tell if I Have a Pipe Leak?
Common signs of a leak include dark or weak patches along walls or floors, sudden mold and mildew infestations, funky and musty odors, and standing water or condensation in odd places. If in doubt, call on our plumbing team! Our experts use cutting-edge leak detection techniques so we can locate and repair the issue in no time.
What is the Best Water Heater?
Gas, electric, tank, and tankless—you have many options when it comes to hot water heaters. Despite what anyone might tell you, the answer is basically always that it depends. Neither a traditional nor a tankless water heater is the best for all situations. Which water heater is best for your needs depends on your home and plumbing systems, the size of your family, how often you need hot water, and other factors.
The short answer is to call on a trusted plumbing contractor like our team so that we can help you choose the system that makes the most sense for your budget and needs.
How Do I Know if I Need Plumbing Repair?
Any time you notice something odd about your home plumbing, we recommend calling for repairs right away. In most cases, if you’re noticing something strange, you need repair! Standing water, knocking pipes, mold in odd places, gurgling toilets—no matter what the issue is, it’s best to call for service, even if the problem was relatively small. Plumbing problems rarely start out disastrous (but they often end up that way).
Is Water Treatment Worth It?
Municipal water systems do their best, but the fact is that there’s tons of mineral deposits and odd bits in water that most simply don’t want to drink. Plus, water treatment can protect your home piping from lime and scale, potentially adding years of good life to them and helping to assist in pipe leak prevention.