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Rivera Utility Contractors offer professional and dependable service for all plumbing, heating, and cooling systems, as well as our affordable prices, Call us with questions, plumbing concerns or to request a quote or estimate at: 505-877-8986


Welcome To Rivera Utility Contractors! Sooner or later every home will have its share of plumbing problems. From the common dripping faucet to the ever stressful broken water pipe. Choosing a plumber sounds like a quick and easy task but if you choose the wrong one it could end up costing you a lot of time, money, and stress. We understand that when you have a problem, you need it fixed right away, and that's what we'll do for you. Our staff is courteous and customer satisfaction is our main goal. Our technicians have the experience you need to turn any problem situation into a wonderful result. We offer only professional and dependable service for all your plumbing, heating, and cooling systems, as well as our affordable prices. Just remember, if you want the job done right and on time, the first time, Rivera Utility Contractors is the company for you.

About Us We strive to provide service excellence and sure our customers' satisfaction on every job! Staying true to our trade and remaining locally owned, we can provide a personal level of service that larger companies don't provide. Our high skill set, attention to detail and great concern for our customers' satisfaction has helped us build an excellent reputation for our services. You can be assured that whatever problem arises, we can handle it. We are upfront with our estimates. We do not use hidden fees or try to up-sell services or products. It is about our reputation. We like to think that you will never have to look for a plumber again after you call us. Our service is of the upmost quality and our prices are very competitive. We want to be your drain cleaning and emergency and preventative maintenance plumbing service!Our Services Have you noticed a leaky faucet in your home? Is your water heater not heating your water adequately? Are you planning a complete kitchen or bathroom remodeling job? Did you purchase new appliances recently?Call Rivera Utility Contractors first! We can handle any of these plumbing tasks and offer much more.No job is too large or too small for us to handle. In our years of experience, we've encountered several challenging projects and have continually proven our expertise.Our Services Include: Commercial Plumbing New Construction Faucets & toilets (Repair & Installation) Garbage disposal repair & installation Water heater service Water pipes Bathtubs & showers Appliance & water hook-ups (water and gas) Sump pumps Gas piping, including leak repairs Water Supply Repairs Drainage Repairs Water-Pressure Repairs Sink Installations Kitchen Plumbing Remodeling Bathroom Plumbing Remodeling And More!FAQWhat can I do for a clogged bathtub or sink drain?This is a very common problem and there is no definitive answer as each drain could be clogged for a different reason. The best thing to do is to make sure that the drain is not clogged with hair or soap chips. You can do this by visually inspecting the bathtub or sink drain. Cleaning hair out of your drains regularly, after showers, baths and hair washings is advised. What is the proper way to plunge a bathtub drain?A bathtub drain is difficult to clear if you have a trip lever because as you plunge the water could push up the trip lever riser. So the best way to use a plunger in a bathtub is to push the plunger in fast and forceful to try to get as much pressure as possible into the p-trap. Plunging a bathtub is not going to work for every clogged drain, and most times you will need something stronger like a snake. If you don't have a snake or don't want to snake your drains, call us today!What is the best way to unclog a toilet?The household plunger is frequently the first defense mechanism used to unclog a toilet. Before using a plunger you will want to turn off the toilet's water shut-off valve. Turning off the emergency shut-off valve will prevent accidental flushes, which can lead to an overflow. Once you have the water turned off, you are ready to unclog the toilet. The rubber end of the plunger should be soft, flexible and have no cracks. To unclog, place the rubber end of the plunger over the clog and push down with a fair amount of pressure. The clog should eventually break, allowing the water to drain.What is that white stuff that builds up on my shower head and what can I do about it?The white substance is actually mineral deposits. To remove the mineral deposits from the shower head, pour a cup of vinegar into a plastic bag and then place the bag over the shower head fixture and leave it in place overnight. The next day, remove the bag and use an old toothbrush to scrub off the deposits. It is important to remove these minerals from your fixtures as they can corrode the metal fixtures quickly./I am getting no hot water from my electric water heater.The high temperature cutoff may have been tripped, and may need to be reset. Otherwise it's generally a faulty heating element or thermostat. I am not getting enough hot water from my hot water heater.The temperature control may be set too low. Otherwise it's generally a faulty heating element or thermostat. I have poor water pressure in my kitchen, what can I do?Try removing the faucet aerator at the end of the spout and cleaning the screen of any dirt and debris. The faucet aerator is designed to diffuse the water to prevent splashing, but it can become clogged over time.What is hard water?Hard water is the most common problem found in the average home. Hard water is water that contains dissolved hardness minerals above 1 GPG. Calcium, manganese and magnesium are the most common hardness minerals. These issues can be solved by installing a water treatment system. Why should hard water concern me?For many uses, it would not matter. For instance, to put out fires, water your lawn or wash mud off the streets, water would have to be pretty hard to cause a problem. However, for bathing, washing dishes and clothes, shaving, washing your car and many other uses of water, hard water is not as efficient or convenient as 'soft water'. For instance:Contact UsAlbuquerque NM, 87105Phone: 505-877-8986Email: riveraplumbingandutilities@yahoo.comBusiness Hours:Monday Friday24 Hour Emergency Service