Water Services in the Los Angeles County Area

We can handle all of your home’s water related plumbing needs, including these common issues:

  • Water Leak Detection
    As seasoned plumbers, one of the most common questions we get asked is, “How do I know if I have a water leak in my house?” While there are several tell-tale signs, the most obvious one is an unexpected increase in your water bill. If you notice that your bill has suddenly spiked without any changes in your usage, then it’s time to start investigating. Another sign of a leak is the sound of running water when no faucets are turned on, or if you notice water damage on walls or floors. Don’t ignore these signs, as even a minor leak can quickly escalate into a major problem, causing damage to your home and leading to even higher bills. So if you suspect a water leak, it’s best to call a plumbing professional who can properly diagnose and fix the issue before it gets worse.

  • Pressure Regulator
    One of the key components in your home’s water system is the pressure regulator. This nifty device is responsible for keeping the water pressure in your pipes at a safe and consistent level. Without it, you could be dealing with some serious issues like burst pipes, leaks, and even flooding. The pressure regulator works by monitoring the water pressure coming into your home and adjusting it as necessary to ensure a smooth and evenly distributed flow. Read more about pressure regulators at our How Long Does a Home Water Pressure Regulator Last blog post. So if you’re experiencing low water pressure or suspect that you may have a pressure problem in your home, it’s highly recommended that you have your pressure regulator inspected.

  • Backflow Preventer
    Your backflow preventer is a mechanical device that’s installed on your water line to ensure potable water doesn’t mix with any contaminated supply. Think of it as a one-way street; it allows water to flow in one direction only, avoiding any cross-contamination. This is important because contaminated water can cause health issues, and nobody wants to put their health at risk. A backflow preventer is essential for all residential water supply systems to ensure clean, safe, and drinkable water is always available to you and your loved ones.

  • Shut Off Valves
    In every home, a shut off valve is a crucial component of the water supply system. It’s extremely important to know where your shut off valve is located and how it functions. Essentially, a shut off valve is a valve that controls the flow of water to your home. It allows you to turn off the water supply in the event of an emergency, such as a burst pipe or leak. This can prevent extensive damage to your home’s structure and electrical components. It’s important to have a shut off valve that is easy to access and maintain, so it’s recommended to check its functionality regularly. Trust us, investing a little time in understanding your home’s water shut off valve can save you from costly damages and headaches down the line!

  • Partial or Whole House Repipe
    The thought of replacing your home’s plumbing pipes may not be the most exciting thing in the world, however it is important to consider why you might need to do so. Over time, your pipes can become corroded and develop leaks, leading to potential water damage in your home. Additionally, older pipes may not be equipped to handle the demands of modern appliances, such as dishwashers and washing machines, leading to reduced water pressure and potential backups. By replacing your pipes, you can ensure the safety and longevity of your home’s plumbing system, ultimately saving you time and money in the long run.

  • Water Filtration Systems
    Having a water filtration system in your home can greatly benefit your family’s health. While municipal water treatment plants do their best to remove impurities and contaminants, some harmful substances can still remain in your tap water. A water filtration system can provide an extra layer of protection for you and your loved ones, removing pollutants like chlorine, lead, and pesticides that can affect the taste and quality of your water. Not only does this improve the overall taste of your water, but it can also prevent health issues that may arise from these contaminants being present in your water. Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of your family is always a top priority, and a water filtration system can help you achieve that peace of mind.

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