Do you need a Bloomington plumber? Call us, and we can send out one of our professional trained plumbers to fix your problem fast and accurately.
We work on residential and commercial plumbing in Bloomington, California. Whether you have a leaky pipe or a plumbing emergency, we are available 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.
Professional Bloomington Plumbing Company
We have been family-owned and operated for more than 36-years. The readers of the San Bernardino Sun voted us “Favorite Plumbing Company” in the Inland Empire numerous times now. Give us a call at (909) 883-8827 and see why our Bloomington customers love us.
Fixing Common Plumbing Problems
Broken Water Heaters – Your water heater is necessary if you want hot water. If it breaks down, you won’t have any hot water for showers, washing clothes, or washing dishes. We can repair broken water heaters, perform regular inspections, and replace old, worn out water heaters as well.
Main Water Line – Your water line is outside your home. It brings water to your plumbing to distribute to the various fixtures. A leak in this line can happen if a tree root hits it or if someone hits it with a shovel. A leak not only increases your water bill but can damage your lawn and affect the quality of your home’s water.
Leaking Pipes – Leaks in pipes can cause severe damage to your home, in addition to increasing your water bills. You may be faced with structural damage, damage to your furniture, ruined carpets, mold, and pests. Leaks can also eventually cause foundational damage.
Slab Leaks – A slab leak is one that occurs in the pipes underneath the concrete slab of your home. These leaks can occur as a result of shifting, abrasion, or corrosion. These leaks can go undetected for quite some time, too. Signs include the sound of running water in the lowest level of your home, warm spots on your floors, floor damage such as warped floorboards, and increases in water bills.
Dripping Faucets -The steady drip of a faucet is generally seen as a mild inconvenience. While it isn’t a significant plumbing issue, it can get irritating, and it can increase the cost of your water bills. Repairing this issue is generally quick and straightforward.
Broken Garbage Disposals – Your garbage disposal can break or get jammed if you accidentally drop a fork or spoon down the drain while it’s running or if you dispose of something that shouldn’t go down the disposal. It may get clogged if you dispose of grease or fibrous foods. These issues can affect your plumbing and should be dealt with quickly.
Slow Drains – If you notice that it’s taking the water a bit longer to drain out of your sink or tub than it used to, you may have the beginnings of a clog on your hand. Food debris, grease, hair, and other debris can get stuck in the drain, impeding water flow.
Clogs in Pipes – If your slow drains aren’t dealt with, a full clog can eventually form, preventing any water from draining away at all. When this happens, you won’t be able to use the fixture until you get the clog cleared.
Running Toilet – A toilet that won’t stop running can point to any number of issues. You may have a warped flapper or a problem with the overflow tube. Most of these issues are quick, easy, and inexpensive to fix.
Clogged Toilets – Clogs happen. Someone may have used too much toilet paper, or perhaps a child threw something into the toilet that didn’t belong there and tried to flush it. A plunger may be able to get the job done. If not, professional plumbing services may be required.
Sewer System Backup – A sewer system backup means that your sewer line is clogged. This prevents any water from getting into the sewer. Eventually, all of the water begins to come back up your pipes and into your fixtures. Not only is the situation smelly and messy, but it can also be hazardous to the health of your family.
Have you seen your water bills suddenly increase, but you know that your water usage has stayed the same? Maybe you hear water running somewhere, but you know all of your fixtures are shut off. If so, there’s a good chance that you have a leak somewhere in your home. Hidden leaks, even small ones, can cause significant damage to your home. In addition to structural damage, leaks can encourage mold growth and cause foundational damage. We can pinpoint the exact location of your home’s leak, even if it’s a slab leak, in a completely non-invasive way using state-of-the-art water leak detection technology. After finding the leak, we are then able to repair it, helping you to prevent significant damage to your Bloomington home.
New Plumbing Installation in Bloomington
Are the current pipes in your home a little too old? Are you adding an addition or remodeling? Are you having a house built from the ground up? If so, one of the things you are going to need to consider is the plumbing. Whether you need old pipes replaced, new ones installed, or you need fixtures such as a sink or toilet put in, we are here for you. Our highly experienced plumbers can perform all of your new plumbing installation needs. In addition to pipes and fixtures, we can also install new water heaters as well as water lines.
Your plumbing isn’t something you think of very often, but it’s an incredibly important part of your home. If you notice any signs of an issue with your plumbing, contact us at (909) 883-8827 your Bloomington plumbing specialists today.
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