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Reliable Albuquerque Plumbing Services

Hiring the right plumber is absolutely key whenever you have planned upgrades or unplanned emergency plumbing situations arise. Regardless of your situation, Bosque Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing offers a full spectrum of plumbing maintenance, repair, and replacement services. Our certified, licensed and insured plumbing technicians are among some of the region’s best experts to work with.  Click on any of the buttons below to learn more.

Leak Detection & Repair

Discovering a leak in your home or business is sure to lead to absolute panic and chaos. This is especially true if you have a leak that collects significant water. If left untreated it can result in serious and irreparable water damage and mold that can pose both safety and health risks to those who live or work in this space. Whether the leak is small or significant, Bosque can help. Click to learn more.

Clogs & Backups

Clogs and backups can be a nuisance to deal with. Whether it’s a backup in the toilet that a plunger can’t seem to unclog or one of your children stuffing a bunch of their toys down a drain, clearing the line or pipe isn’t always something you can fix on your own. You can trust the experts at Bosque Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing to help clear clogs and backups in your plumbing. Click to learn more.


Everything in our homes tend to come with an expiration date. While piping generally has a very long shelf life, in older homes, pipes do tend to rust and lose structural integrity over time. At Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, we are the professionals you can rely on to help replace old and broken pipes to protect you, your loved ones, and your home or place of business. Click below to learn more.

Water Heater Repair

When your water heater isn’t working, getting that cold shower to run hot again is a serious priority! Water heaters are susceptible to malfunction over time. Whether it is a broken dip tube, faulty burner, failed heating element or something else, you can depend on the water heater repair professionals at Bosque Heating, Cooling, & Plumbing. Click on the button below to learn more.

Water Heater Replacement

Like any appliance in your home, water heaters have a lifespan that they do eventually reach the end of. Traditional water heaters last 8-12 years and tankless water heaters generally last 20 years or more. If your water heater is reaching the end of its lifespan, don’t wait until you have a flooded mess in your home to replace it. Replace your water heater proactively by calling us at Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing.

Tankless Water Heater

Want to have an endless supply of hot water, save space in your home, and save money over time? Consider switching to a tankless water heater! Because of advancements in technology, tankless water heaters are more affordable than ever. And, because they have a longer lifespan, you can actually save money over time. Curious to learn more about switching to a tankless water heater? Click below or give us a call.

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Plumbing FAQs

How do you unclog a severely clogged drain?

Of course, there are some things you can do yourself to try to fix a severely clogged drain including using Draino and other home remedies. If these do not do the trick, call your plumbing experts at Bosque Heating, Cooling & Plumbing.

How much does it cost to fix a clogged drain pipe?

The answer to this question really varies case by case. It depends if the drain pipe can be unclogged chemically, with snaking or rodding, or if sections of the pipe will actually need to be replaced. As an Albuquerque plumbing company, we will give you a free estimate so you know what you’re looking at before the work is completed.

Is 10 years old for a water heater?

It depends on if you have a traditional or tankless water heater. Traditional water heaters usually last 8-12 years, so if your water heater in your Albuquerque home is 10 years old, it’s time to start thinking about replacing it. If you have a tankless water heater, you should hopefully be able to get a lot more life out of it—with expected life spans around 20 years or more.

What are the signs that my water heater is going out at my Albuquerque home?

  1. You don't have enough hot water while showering.
  2. The water temperature fluctuates or is inconsistent.
  3. The water heater is leaking.
  4. Water flow is reduced.
  5. You're noticing some unusual sounds when running the water.
  6. The water coming out of the faucet smells strange or is discolored.
  7. Your water heater is nearing the end of its lifespan.

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