Ram Plumbing is a new 1-800-PLUMBING licensee. Ram Plumbing has been in the plumbing business since 1983 in the Tucson, AZ market. It’s a well-established family business that was started by Ramon Carrasco and is now run by his son, Mark Carrasco.
In 2013, Ram Plumbing launched an office in Phoenix and has goals to increase residential emergency repair and get into water filtration in both the residential and commercial sectors. Other specialties include underground boring, electronic leak detection, sewer video inspection, hydro-jetting and methane gas detection.
Being new to the Phoenix market, Ram Plumbing made the decision to utilize the power of the “1-800-PLUMBING” vanity number to assist in building a strong brand identity to attract new commercial accounts and generate qualified residential leads. By utilizing the “1-800-PLUMBING” brand on all business cards, water heater stickers, commercial marketing packets, truck wrap, uniforms and marketing, Ram Plumbing will be able to build a powerful presence in the Phoenix market. The “1-800-PLUMBING” number will also be incorporated into both Google and local advertisements.
Ram Plumbing offers a minimum of a 3 year warranty on all labor performed. This truly sets them apart from the competition, because that is unprecedented in the industry! All employees are drug and background screened once per year as a requirement of government contracts.
Ram Plumbing gives back to the community by sponsoring a 10 person team to participate in the Pat Tillman Run. The company’s favorite donation every year is to donate up to $1000 of free service to a family in need who cannot afford the emergency repair. All company employees including dispatch, service techs, and owners collectively select who the recipient will be.
Ram Plumbing offers no obligation on site free estimates. Service techs will offer several options with the unique flat rate book. Ram Plumbing developed a system called Mr. Pricebook which benefits both the customer and the plumber. Service cost is guaranteed not to exceed the quoted estimate!Back To Top