Plumbing Protection Plan

Protect your home and your plumbing when you purchase the Plumbing Protection Plan offered through Cool Air Mechanical.

Experience savings through Cool Air’s Plumbing Protection Plan options, based on your model of water heater. In addition to the many benefits aimed at saving you time and money,  Plumbing Protection Plan members receive 24-hour Emergency Plumbing Service.

Plan Members can also count on:

  • No trip charge for repairs during regular service hours
  • 10% off all service and repairs


Plumbing Protection Plan Benefits Include:

Location and tagging of all emergency water shut off valves
Checking the operation of all toilets (this includes dye testing the tank)
Checking all fixture drains for leaks
Checking all exposed hot and cold water supply lines
Checking all faucets for leaks
Checking all washing machine hoses
Location and checking of all cleanouts
Pouring water down all floor drains

Our Plumbing Protection Plan includes everything listed above, plus service to your water heater. Whether you have a gas or electric water heater, or if you have a tank or tankless water heater, Cool Air Mechanical offers great service benefits no matter the model or type!

Gas Water Heater Service Includes

Checking and cleaning main burner and pilot
Inspecting flue pipe
Checking for proper vent draft
Checking for water leaks
Checking the operation of emergency shut-off valves
Checking temperature
Checking the pressure safety relief valve

Electric Water Heater Service Includes

Checking the operation of elements
Checking thermostat operation
Checking the condition of the wiring
Checking the operation of emergency shut-off valves
Checking temperature
Checking the drain valve operation

If You Have a Tank Type Water Heater, Cool Air will drain and flush the bottom of the tank in addition to the above services.

Do you have a Tankless Water Heater? Cool Air can drain and flush your system with a descaling solution.

Cool Air’s experienced and professional plumbers are members of North American Technician Excellence and the Environmental Protection Agency, meaning your service and comfort are safe in our hands.

Learn More About Your Water Pressure and Why it Matters Is Your Water Pressure Too Extreme?

Is Your Water Pressure Too Extreme?

Did you know that most plumbing fixture manufacturers design their fixtures to operate at 55 psi, and the IPC (International Plumbing Code) requires the water pressure on water supply systems to be no greater than 80 psi?

Excessive pressure on your plumbing can cause catastrophic failure to water heaters causing their liners to burst, toilets to start leaking, washing machine hoses to burst, and faucets to leak.

Learn more about controlling your water pressure effectively.

Cool Air is a proud member of the Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors Association of Georgia.