Professional Plumbing Services
We have been providing plumbing services for more than 36-years in the Inland Empire Area. We started in San Bernardino in 1983 as a one-person plumbing company. Today our family-owned and operated business has grown and now provides service to most all the cities within the Inland Empire.
We built our business on the background of exceptional customer service, which sets us apart from our competitors. We are A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau and have been voted “Favorite Plumbing Company” by the readers of the San Bernardino Sun for consecutive years in a row.
Emergency Plumbing Services
Is your home or business amid a plumbing emergency? Give us a call at (909) 883-8827, and we can quickly dispatch one of our emergency plumbers.
We are available in case of an emergency 24-hours a day 365-days a year for both residential and commercial plumbing problems. If you are experiencing a plumbing emergency give us a call and we can send one of our plumbers. We can fix your problem before it can cause future damage to your home or business.
Plumbing Services Offered
Our plumbers can handle any size plumbing job no matter how big or how small. Our plumbers are professional, courteous, and have passed background checks. Before we begin a job, we will provide a free quote on the scope of work that needs to be done. If you approve the estimate, we can usually begin work that day.
• Sewer & Drain Cleaning
• Main Water Lines
• Faucets – Repair & Replacement
• Water Heaters – Repair & Replacement
• Toilets – Repair & Replacement
• Leak Detection Services
• Garbage Disposal – Repair & Replacement
• Septic Tank Installation
• Septic Tank Conversions to City Sewer Lines
• Broken Sewer Line Repairs or Replacement
• Hydro Jetting
• Video Camera Plumbing Inspection
• Electronic Line Location
Sewer Drain Backed Up
One of the most common reasons we get called out on a plumbing call is a customer is experiencing a backed up drain. This can be off-putting and sometimes disgusting as the wastewater backs up either into your drains or toilet.
How to tell when you have a main line sewer stoppage? The main line connects your plumbing to your city’s municipal sewer line or septic tank. When the main line sewer is clogged, the first signs you will start to notice is in your toilet, bathtubs, and showers; their pathway is direct to the sewer as well as being the closest to the ground compared to any sinks in your home.
Eventually, these and other plumbing fixtures in your home will start to back up with grey or used water, which is quite often a gross sight to see, and not to mention hazardous to you and your family. You can confirm a mainline stoppage by checking your homes clean-out. Clean-outs are usually located in a home’s exterior and have a 3-4 inch pipe extending from the ground with a noticeable cap. When the cap is removed and if there is visible water or overflowing, you know you have a problem.
Don’t Wait for the Problem to Get Worse
Many homeowners tend to overlook the plumbing in their home without realizing that it is essential to their daily lives. This includes cooking, drinking, personal hygiene, and removal of waste from households. Keeping up with the plumbing in your home is without a doubt very important, and will save you a lot of money in the long run. Plumbing consists of a wide variety of applications including, water and gas lines, fixtures, ventilation, storage tanks, and sanitation. If you are having any plumbing problem, immediate attention should be paid to ensure that the problem does not persist or worsen with time.
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