Pomona Valley Plumbing
Plumbing Service and Repair
The most common problems are leaky pipes and leaky faucets. A lot of the time, these are easy fixes, however, leaks can sometimes be hard to find. With our expertise and leak detection equipment, we can pinpoint where the leak is coming from, and get it fixed with the least amount of damage.
Sometimes with a leaky faucet, you don't need to replace the entire faucet. this is especially important if it’s an expensive one! It could be a rubber seal that needs to be replaced for a dollar, instead of spending a few hundred dollars on a whole new faucet. Fixing a leaky faucet also helps conserve water. It may not seam like a lot, but a leaky faucet can add up to hundreds of gallons of water per month. Fixing it will help cut don't on needless waste, and help to lower your water bill.
Some problems can be avoided altogether with some preventative maintenance. A simple visual inspection of all of your faucets can help you detect leaks early, preventing further damage down the road, and usually resulting in an easier repair. Slow drains can also be a sign of a larger problem. To help clear out a drain, pouring a mixture of hot water and vinegar down the drain can help solve the problem. If that doesn't solve the problem, we can take a closer look with a camera to see what needs to be done.
For all of your service, repair, and preventative maintenance needs, give us a call and we will make sure that your plumbing is in tip-top shape.
Hot water is one of those things that we usually take for granted, until we don't have it. There is so much that we use hot water for everyday that when we don’t have it, it’s hard to get anything done. From laundry and dishes, to taking a shower, not having hot water is a huge pain in the butt! When a water heater fails, it can also flood whatever room it is in, causing up to thousands of dollars in damage. Catching a bad water heater before it fails can save thousands of dollars and avoid a huge headache.
There are a few ways that you can help your water heater to last longer, and a few ways to tell if it’s about to fail. Flushing the water heater regularly can help to keep sediment from building up and slow the corrosion process, extending the life of your water heater. One way to tell if your water heater is about to fail is by the look of your water. If you start to notice the water turning a slight rust color, that is an indication of corrosion inside the water heater and means it’s time to replace it. The smell and taste of the water can also be sign of failure. If it starts to get a metallic taste to the water, you need to get it inspected at the very least, as it can be a sign of the same problem.
If you need your water heater replaced, or if you simply want to get it inspected for peace of mind, please give us a call. It could save you major money and headaches down the road!
Plumbing may not be the first thing that comes to mind when building a house because most of it is hidden. However, it is one of the most important things to get right. The last thing you want is to build a new house and have your pipes start leaking. You want to make sure that the infrastructure in your house lasts for years and years. You also want to make sure the latest technologies are employed in your plumbing system. That's where we come in. From smart water heaters, to tankless water heaters, we stay up to date on all the latest technology to make sure we can serve our customers the best.
Kitchen and bathroom remodels are a great time to upgrade your plumbing to the latest standards. Especially in older homes, it can really start to show its age. Kitchen and bathroom remodels are the best ways to boost your homes value, and it comes with the peace of mind knowing that there won't be any problems in the near future.
Areas We Serve
We love our community and we are honored to have been serving you for over 10 years! It is our hope that we will be here for many years to come. There is nothing we like more than building lasting relationships with our clients. The areas that we consider it our privilege to serve are: