Water Heater

We repair install and replace water heaters and tankless water heaters. Call us for all your water heater needs.

Maintenance &

We offer a broad range of maintenance services that are designed to identify potential problems and to stop those issues from becoming emergency repairs

Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling

Planning on upgrading your kitchen or bathroom? Then why not give us a call, and we'd be happy to come around and provide a FREE quote!

Full Plumbing Services
in Bend, Sunriver & Surrounding Areas

Call Us Today At
(541) 385-6060
(541) 593-2000

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Services We Offer

  • Residential & Commercial Plumbing

  • Water Heater Repair & Installation

  • Drain Inspection, Cleaning, Repair & Installation

  • ....and much more!

It’s very important that you check your plumber’s licensing and certification credentials BEFORE you allow them to carry out any work in your home or office!

Our Blog

Lead Pipes – Fix or Replace Them Before It Is Too Late

Many Older Areas of Bend Use Lead Pipes Many people don’t realize that lead pipes are still used widely in many places in the Bend such as University City. This article explains why we still have lead in our plumbing and are still using lead pipes. Why is Lead Used in Water Pipes and Plumbing?...

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Lead Pipes Bend OR

Sewer Repair Services Bend Oregon

Sewer Repair Services offered by Deschutes Plumbing At Deschutes Plumbing, Inc. we do more than simply clearing your drains and pipes. We offer a number of different sewer repair services including sewer line replacement, repair and cleaning. We can help you if you are facing any of the following problems: Cracked, broken, collapsed or offset...

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Lead Pipes Bend OR

Slab Leak in Bend, Oregon Can Be a Huge Threat to Your Home

Most water leaks are pretty straight forward and easy enough to identify.You see a spout of water flowing from your kitchen sink, a ton water collapsing from your bath tub or perhaps a trickle shedding from your attic. They all are quite normal drip signs and symptoms, but how about when  water is leaking through partitions...

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Your Preferred Bend Plumber

We proudly serve Bend and the surrounding areas, providing unsurpassed, residential and commercial plumbing services. We pride ourselves on being knowledgeable on all the latest plumbing techniques, and use the latest technology and our years of experience to provide a complete plumbing service to all of our clients.

We are licensed, bonded and insured, and we only employ reliable, honest and skilled workers to represent our company – so you can sit back once you’ve hired us and be assured that you are in safe hands. Our technicians will arrive at your location fully equipped for almost any plumbing task that you need carried out, and will get the job done quickly and efficiently. No project is too big or too small, and we carry out each job with the same diligence and professionalism, regardless of the size of the task.

Prior to starting the job we will provide you with a FREE quote that will detail all of the tasks that need to be completed, and any required parts that will need to be purchased. The last thing we want is for there to be any nasty surprises on pricing for you once the job has been done.

We have worked very hard to earn the reputation that we have in the area, and we’ll do whatever it takes to keep that great reputation intact! We’re not happy until you, the customer, are happy, and that is our guarantee!

So why not contact us at and ask us for a FREE, no obligation quote for your next plumbing project? We will offer you the best price we possibly can. We look forward to earning your trust, so that you will feel comfortable and happy to recommend us as your preferred plumber in Bend, OR.

How To Select A Reliable Plumber

Finding a good plumber in Bend, Oregon shouldn’t really be that hard to do, right? And most of the time it won’t be! The problem is that you don’t usually find out if a plumber is sub-standard until after you’ve hired them, and they’ve made a mess of the task that you hired them to do, and you’re left with more problems than you began with.

So before you go and hire a plumber in Bend (or the area where you live) here are a few helpful hints for you to consider in order to protect yourself as much as possible:

  1. Seek recommendations from other people you trust; for example, family, friends or work colleagues. Not only will they be able to help you find a good plumber, but they will also be able to steer you away from those that they have had bad experiences with.
  2. If you can’t get a personal recommendation, the next best option is to go online to find reviews on third party websites such as GoogleMyBusiness, Yelp, Kudzu, Angie’s List, and don’t forget the Bureau for Better Business. Don’t rely on the testimonials that you find on the plumber’s website, as they are probably only going to allow the good testimonials to be posted since they have complete control of the site.
  3. Before allowing a plumber to start work in your home or office, always get a quote in writing, and check the small print, to try and alleviate any shocks when the final bill is presented to you.
  4. Last but not least, it’s vital that you check the plumber’s licensing credentials before hiring them. A licensed plumber is going to not only have the correct qualifications, but will also carry some kind of liability insurance. You can easily go online to check the license number that your prospective plumber hands to you.

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The Most Common Plumbing Problems

If you are having some plumbing difficulties in your home, you are probably not alone. There are a number of plumbing problems that can cause issues in your home or business.  If you do not feel comfortable tackling these areas on your own, Deschutes Plumbing in Bend, Oregon has the knowledge and experience to repair any plumbing issuees quickly and effectively

Dripping Faucets

dripping faucet San Diego CAIf you’ve ever tried to go to sleep with a dripping faucet in the next room or wrestled with a kitchen sink that dripped through the night, you know how irritating this common a problem this can be. A dripping faucet also drives your water bill higher. A single faucet can waste hundreds of gallons of water literally sending your hard  earned money right down the drain. Water entering your house is under pressure to move it through the pipes. When you turn off the tap, rubber or silicone-based washers form a water-tight seal that prevents more water from pressing its way through the pipes and out of the faucet. Over time, washers can become stiff, torn or worn, enabling a small trickle of water through and producing that bothersome drip. While you can replace washers yourself, the repair work task can be more of an obstacle than you might anticipate without specialized devices. If the leak has actually gone on for a extended period of time, the valve seat may become worn or rusty, demanding a more engaged repair that’s best left to a licensed plumbing expert.