Preferred Service Agreements

Prevent Plumbing Problems Before They Affect Your Wallet

Armstrong Plumbing's preferred service agreements are a great way to ensure that your plumbing is in good working order before anything can go wrong. Our preferred service agreement is a simple, affordable, and convenient way to gain peace of mind and more when it comes to your home's plumbing.

With an overall fee of only $136 per year, you receive:

  • Free service calls for the entire year, valued at $139 per call. 
  • An annual plumbing check-up to ensure that everything is working properly. 
  • Discounted rates on all services and products. 

Our team would be happy to discuss your custom options and craft a preferred service agreement that works with your schedule and budget.

To learn more about our preferred service agreements, give us a call at (636) 538-5179 today! 

Benefits of Our Preferred Service Agreements

Overall Peace Of Mind

The agreement includes automatic, periodic inspections, lubricating, adjusting, and cleaning of your water heater and fixtures to keep them operating at peak, trouble-free efficiency. Potential problems are spotted before they can cause trouble.

Competent Experts At Your Service

An experienced, trained, dependable staff of experts looks after your plumbing fixtures and performance. They perform a thorough inspection of your water heaters, faucets, toilets, and water pressure on a regular basis.

Preferred Treatment

Membership in our preferred customer agreement increases your plumbing reliability, but should you need emergency service, the agreement entitles you to preferential treatment.


You receive free labor on normal maintenance parts installed during any scheduled service call. Your authorization is always sought before proceeding with any major repairs.

Choice of Visits Per Year

You set the number of calls per year. This will determine the overall cost of the preferred customer agreement, as Armstrong Plumbing can facilitate anything from annual to monthly visits depending on the scope of your needs.

Price Protection

The agreement price is locked in for the effective dates of the agreement. Prices will not be raised for the following renewal periods without notification. We charge by the job, not by the hour which saves our customers money!

Service You Can Trust

Our skilled experts know the business. You can rely on them and our reputation to give you fast, dependable, and fair service. Our preferred service agreements and regular inspections reduce the number of emergency calls by revealing potential problems before causing major plumbing repair bills.

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Common Answers To Your Questions

Have questions? We are here to help. Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 636-538-5179 today!

  • How do I know if I need to replace a main water line?

    This is usually a matter of age and condition. If the pipes in your home are older than 50 years or so, you should be checking them regularly for signs of rust or corrosion. Corroded water lines need to be replaced right away.

  • What can I do about a leaky faucet?

    Often, a leaky faucet is caused by a corroded O-ring, gasket, or valve seal. Try shutting off the water and removing the faucet handle. You may be able to fix the problem by tightening the nut that holds all the internal parts in place. You may also want to try disassembling the faucet to inspect its components. If you notice a part that is broken, replacing that part can do the trick. If you continue having problems with a dripping faucet, give us a call.

  • Is there a way to prevent clogged drains in my house?

    Yes! First of all, don't put things down your drains that don't belong there: this includes hair, oil or grease, coffee grounds, hard food and egg shells. A drain stopper or filter can also stop larger materials from going down your drain and clogging it.