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Mesa Plumbing Services by Plumbing 2.0
Plumbing 2.0 has been providing reliable and efficient plumbing services to residential and commercial customers in Mesa, Arizona. Located along 123 N. Centennial Way, we are a fully insured and licensed company with an exceptional team of professional plumbers.
Dedicated to delivering quality and professional plumbing services, we are a family-owned business with more than ten years of combined experience. As the valley’s best provider of plumbing services, we not only offer 24-hour emergency plumbing repair services but customer satisfaction with a personal touch.
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"This is probably the best plumbing company to work with in the valley. I had Ian, the service technician, out to my house to check on a slow drain and leaking faucet. He was able to fix it right away! He didn't try to up-sell me on any unnecessary work and was very knowledgeable about all my questions and concerns.
Five star all the way."
- Julie P.
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As the largest suburban city by population in the US, Mesa is a city in Maricopa. Located 20 miles east of Phoenix, its bordered by Tempe on the west. It's also bordered by Gilbert and Chandler on the south and Apache junction on the east.
As the third-largest city in the state of Arizona, after Tuscon and Phoenix, it’s home to 508,958 people (2018 census). The city of Mesa dates back to 2000 years ago. It started with the arrival of the Hohokam people. They built the most extensive canal system, transforming the Sonoran Desert into farmland.
The First Mesa Company later settled onto the mesa, where they dug irrigation canals before registering the city of Mesa in 1878. Incorporated in 1883, it had a population of 300 people.
Thanks to the rise of tourism, the population of Mesa grew, and so did that of Phoenix. Top attractions in Mesa, Arizona, include the Mesa Arizona Temple, Hohokam Park, Mesa Arts Center, Mesa Grande Ruins, and Golfland Sunsplash waterpark.
Others include the Mesa Historical Museum, Arizona Museum of Natural History, and the Organ Stop Pizza, which has the world’s largest Wurlitzer organ.