Air Works Plumbing
Air Works Plumbing Service department is a turnkey-service plumbing department with abilities ranging from replacing washers in the kitchen-sink faucet to replacing boilers on a commercial heating system. We have a wide range of equipment to locate and repair problems in a plumbing system, sometimes before you even know that they exist–especially when you have a preventive maintenance contract with us.
Air Works has worked hard to find and train service technicians to quickly and accurately diagnose problems as well as offer solutions that exceed industry standards. This means a better product at a greater value for our customers.
Air Works Plumbing Division was awarded by the Northwest Arkansas Times as the “People’s Choice Plumber.”
Air Works Plumbing Services commercial new construction shares the MCC drive to providing a 360-degree approach to our plumbing projects. “From concept to completion,” with the use of Quick Pen Estimating system, excellent leadership, highly skilled craftspeople and a vast amount of resources, we get the job done. After completion, Air Works also can help to maintain your facility with a maintenance contract, including water heaters, boilers and backflow prevention.
24-Hour Drain Cleaning and Inspection Services
Air Works offers drain cleaning services. With all new equipment and some of the most experienced technicians in this area, we are ready to assist with all your plumbing needs. Please give us a call at 479.751.7411, and let us explain how we can prevent or correct serious drain problems.
Hydro-Jetter Spartan model 798: This machine allows us to use water pressure up to 4,000 psi to break up clogs and clean your drain pipes using various heads for grease, sand, dirt, paper, roots or sludge build-up.
Cables Spartan model 1065: This machine allows us to cut through and clear main lines where it is not practical to use the Hydro-Jetter.
Spartan model 100: This machine works on smaller drains such as branch lines or floor drains.
Spartan model 81: This machine is used to clear individual fixture drains such as sink and hub drains.
Inspection Camera Spartan camera and locator is used to inspect or pinpoint problems within the drain system.
Sustainability In Plumbing
Air Works is excited about the color “GREEN!” With the constant depletion of natural resources and the rising cost of energy, an investment now can save you a lot down the road.
What does “GREEN” mean anyway?
“GREEN” is a term now widely used to describe buildings designed and constructed with minimal negative impact to the environment and with emphases on conservation of resources, energy efficiency and healthful interior spaces. We can incorporate a wide variety of products which can reduce water, electricity, and natural gas consumption. In the end, you save money and the environment is less impacted.
Please feel free to call us at 479.751.7411 with any questions about the installation of these products in your home or business.
Looking for a new faucet, toilet or other plumbing fixture? How about a tankless water heater to cash in on the $300.00 tax credit before the year ends? Just click on the links below to find what you’re looking for, and contact us at 479.751.7411 for sales and installation.
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Are you worried about backflow? If so, Air Works is board-certified by the ASSE in backflow prevention. Not sure what backflow is, or why it is important to protect against it?
Backflow prevention protects water supplies from contamination. When a contaminated liquid’s flow reverses, it can mix with a drinking water supply and cause what is known as “backflow.”
Backflow can occur in or between the public water system and a juncture within a consumer’s plumbing system, which is referred to as a “cross-connection.”
Two types of backflow are as follows:
- Backpressure, resulting from positive pressures
- Back siphoning, resulting from negative pressures
Backflow can release pollutants, pesticides and other harmful agents into drinking water. Contaminants originate from everyday sources such as local dining establishments, grocery stores, photo development labs, funeral homes, garden hoses, sprinkler systems, hospitals or schools.
While some backflow cases affecting the drinking water supply may feature telltale signs such as displeasing odors or discoloration, other hazardous contaminants are undetectable by sight or smell. Possible harmful effects of backflow range from gastroenteritis to organ damage or even death.
In light of the events on 9/11 and in support of the U.S. Clean Water Act, there has been a concerted effort among federal, state and local agencies as well as individuals to secure the water supply with cross-connection control and backflow prevention measures.