Top Quality Plumbing in Ceres, CA
If you're standing in an inch of raw sewage and toilet water, then you don't have time to stay cool and calm while you look up a top rated plumber in your area. That's why it's important that you save our phone number in your emergency contacts now - because we'll make handling your plumbing emergencies easy. When you call us first, we'll walk you through the steps needed to turn off your water and stop further damages. Then we'll immediately dispatch someone to your location so that your plumbing problem doesn't become a plumbing disaster.
Our Everyday Plumbing Services
We cover every angle of your plumbing and sewer line. From the everyday maintenance to the installation of brand new equipment, we can be of service to you.
- Water heater installation and repair
- Gas line installation and repair
- Leak detection and repair
- Repipes (full or partial)
- Sewer line installation and repair
- Water line installation and repair
- Garbage disposal repair and replacement
- Faucet and fixture upgrades
- Toilet installation and repair
- Shower and tub repair
- Commercial plumbing
- Backflow testing
- Drain cleaning
- ADA upgrades
Drain Cleaning Tips
Your drains can easily be taken for granted, but once you experience a drain clog, you realize just how important regular drain cleaning is. Here are a few of our favorite drain cleaning tips to help keep your plumbing running smoothly all year long.
- Perform regular drain cleaning. Get in the habit of cleaning out your drains once a month on your own. This can be as simple as removing clumps of hair and debris from your shower or tub drain, or running a plastic drain snare through your sink drain. Even if they seem to be running ok, you might be surprised by how much gunk you can remove.
- Invest in professional service. It's also recommended that you invest in annual drain cleaning from a professional. We can run a camera through your drains and inspect for cracks or clogs, as well as perform a quick drain cleaning. It'll save you from having to deal with a nasty clog or water damage later.
- Be careful what you put down your drains. Starchy or fibrous foods should never go down your kitchen sink, since they can clog up your disposal. Another big no-no is grease or fatty foods, which might go down as liquids but will quickly cool off and solidify.