Absolute Service Plan

Protect your home and save money.

Absolute Plumbing will thoroughly inspect your home’s plumbing systems for safety and operational concerns, ensuring your home’s plumbing systems stay in top shape year-round.

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Standard Plan

$ 19.99

Our Lowest Maintenance Plan

  • Yearly water heater drain down and flush of sediment build-up*
  • Temperature and Pressure safety valve check
  • Water Heater Inspection
  • Check all exterior hose bibs
  • Check all toilets and tank components
  • Check faucets
  • Check angle stops and denote conditions of supply lines
annual value of $350

Gold Plan

$ 39.99

Includes Standard Plan items

  • Plus these additional services
  • 10% off all service calls through the year. (excludes sales tax)
  • One complimentary sewer cleaning.**
annual value of $650

Platinum Plan

$ 49.99

Includes Gold Plan items

  • PLUS these additional services
  • Late service and Saturday booking. (When available)
  • AC condensate line preventative cleaning.***
  • Camera inspection of the main sewer line.****
annual value of $950

Get Peace of Mind With Our Service Plan

With the Absolute Service Plan, you don’t have to stress over last-minute plumbing surprises. Most homeowners policies do not cover plumbing needs so we designed service plans that not only keep you covered but also include measures to prevent urgent plumbing matters. Worried about pricing? We have plans that can work with our customers’ budgets. To learn more you can give us a call, fill out the form above, or select a plan to get started today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Pipes have certain signs that demonstrate when they might be experiencing an issue. The most obvious symptom is wet spots in the wall and on the floor, which indicates a leak. However, pipes can have other problems before a leak manifests. Whistling noises indicate that your pipe is dented, while bubbling noises in your pipe indicate crushed or clogged pipes. Both of these symptoms indicate that your pipes could be vulnerable to bursting. Banging pipes means your pipes are loose, which means something is either already broken or about to break.

Your pipes have silent killer-FOGs. FOGs is the technical term for a certain class of debris: fats, oils, and grease. Soap, food waste and cooking oil are often thrown down the drain in small amounts, but over the years they congeal and form clumps. Some of these clumps can end up being the size of a tennis ball. Getting your pipes cleaned once every year or two can help prevent clogs from growing too large, but the best solution is to avoid putting any oil or greasy food down your garbage disposal.

No, noises are not normal. Strange sounds, like clunking, rattling, and other noises can mean that the pipes are blocked. Have a professional look into the issue immediately. Plumbing can be confusing at times, but if you know a little bit about it, you can start to determine which problems require a professional. If you have any more questions that weren’t listed here, a plumber will be happy to help.

If you haven’t yet done so, locate the main water valve and water heater in your property. This way, you can simply show them to our plumber and we can begin the repairs right away (instead of taking the time to look for these fixtures). If possible, clear the area around the pipes and plumbing fixtures that have to be fixed so our plumbers can focus on the repairs instead of navigating around boxes, furniture, and other items.

Technicians will advise of any recommended repairs or replacements and provide costs for services that should be performed.

May have additional costs involved for tankless descale service if applicable

Applies to the first sewer cleaning service for the year. Certain conditions apply


Condensate line must be clear and inlet tee must be present to provide a cleaning agent. If line is clogged or inlet tee is not installed additional costs may be involved

Camera inspection of the main sewer line in the yard to inspect for any issues. (two-way cleanout fitting must be accessible in the yard)