Faucet Repair & Replacement

Do you have a leaky faucet that is driving you crazy?

Whether you want us to repair your existing faucet or replace with a new one, our plumbers can handle either quickly and professionally.

We are A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau and were voted “Favorite” plumbing company by the San Bernardino Sun readers. We have been in business for more than 36 years and are family-owned and operated. 

Leaky Faucet Repair

Leaking faucets are one of the most common plumbing problems we face daily. Even though it’s a common and seemingly small problem, it could be costing you money each month on your water bill and continuing to get worse with time. There are multiple reasons why you may be encountering a leaking faucet. It could be caused by dried out seals or washers, corrosion, deposit buildup, or even mechanical wear and tear.

Faucet Replacement

We often get called out to a resident’s house to replace a faucet they bought elsewhere.  With time, styles change, or sometimes a repair can’t fix the problem at hand. A faucet replacement can add a new look or even help with water costs each month depending on which style you choose.

A faucet may seem simple and easy to do yourself; however, making the issue worse could lead to higher costs and extensive damage. We can help you with all of your faucet repairs and replacements promptly at a price that won’t break the bank!

AC Repair

Repairing an air conditioner at the first sign of a problem is another way to maintain an efficient system as well as avoiding expensive replacement costs. Our technicians are incredibly knowledgeable and will diagnose and fix your air conditioner in one visit. We pride ourselves in taking the best care of our customers and always making sure that we do our jobs promptly. There are specific indicators that you can look for when deciding whether or not it’s time for a repair:

•    Spike in Electric Bill
•    Loud Noises from the Unit
•    Leak Around the Unit
•    Warm Spots Throughout Your Home
•    System Doesn’t Shut Off
•    Thermostat Not Responding

At the first sign of a problem, call us to avoid putting a strain on a system. The longer a system runs without fixing the problem, the more extensive the damage can become. We offer same day appointments to ensure your comfort and to get you back up and running fast.


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The answer to this depends on how well you maintain your AC unit.  If you consistently get regular maintenance, you will prolong the life of your air conditioning system. On average an AC unit will last for 15-20 years.  If you live in hotter climates and use your AC often, it may require replacing sooner.
Yes, if you have an older AC unit, you can expect a newer unit to be more energy efficient. AC units that are 10-years or older when replaced can see up to a 40% reduction on energy costs.
There are several signs you may notice when your AC is broken. The main symptom is your house is not getting colder, and your unit continues to run. Other signs of failure are the thermostat not working, hearing unusual noises, lack of airflow, and bad odor.
The cost to replace an air conditioning unit can vary significantly based on several factors. Some of the factors that influence the price are the size needed, location, access to the area, and existing ventilation. If you would like to get a better idea on cost contact us at (909) 883-8827 and tell us more about your situation.
SEER is an abbreviation for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. SEER on an air conditioning unit measures the efficiency of the system by taking the cooling amount produced divided by the electricity used. The higher the SEER number means the unit will be more efficient. Most new AC installations should have a SEER of 14 or higher.
Yes, we perform both residential and commercial repairs for air conditioning units.  If your HVAC system is older and you need to replace it, we also provide installation services for both as well.
Several reputable brands make quality air conditioning units, and some of those companies are Goodman, Lennox, Rheem, Carrier, York, and Trane.