Ventura County Plumbing – Drain cleaning

Affordable Ventura County Plumbing

Professional Plumbers in Ventura County
Installation and repair

Plumbing emergencies can happen at any moment. The piping in your house can be decaying without you even knowing. Even newer homes can experience plumbing emergencies. Obstructions can happen to anyone. However, most people don’t have the proper tools and experience to unclog their drains themselves. In most cases hiring a plumber is a very necessary thing to do. Plumbing can get very costly and you never know what surprises are waiting for you once they begin fixing your plumbing. It is very important that you hire only the best local Ventura County Plumber to work on your home. If you the technician does not fully clean your pipes it can result in slow draining, or even another service call. Not to mention you don’t just want anyone coming into your house. It is our privilege to be Ventura County’s favorite plumbing company. We promise to do the job right the first time so there isn’t a need for a second fix. We promise affordable plumbing that will last!

Common Piping Material

  • Plastic PVC
  • Used for underground irrigation. Also used for pool pump systems. Most commonly used plumbing method. Very inexpensive
  • Galvanized steel
  • Used in locations that require more durability. Common in sinks and bathrooms. Most be removed due to lead problems. Very heavy
  • Copper

-Very expensive, Not as common anymore due to corrosion, Older pool systems and older house plumbing.. Can contain harmful chemical

  • Crossed Linked Polyurethane

-Heat resistant and very durable. Easy to retro fit and is easy to work with

  • Chlorinated polyvinyl Chloride pipes
  • Flexible, great for drinking water. Cannot be frozen or it will crack. Hot and cold water will flow
  • Stainless steel
  • Cast Iron
  • Black Iron
  • Grey tipped pvc
Drain Snake Plumbing

If you’ve ever talked to anyone about plumbing you’ve probably heard of the term “ run a snake.” To anyone who isn’t a plumber this term can be very confusing and make no sense. What is a snake and how is it going to unclog my drain? A snake is a metal line that you push through your drain piping to clear out anything that might be blocking your lines. The snake ranges in sizes. Some snakes can be as short as 15 feet and can go all the way over 100 feet long. The average snake is 50 to 100 feet long. You need to make sure the drain snake is long enough to go through your pipes completely. At the end of the snake is a metal rod. The rod is used to grab or clear out the object that is blocking your plumbing from draining properly. Ventura County Plumbing companies usually don’t charge a lot for this as it is a simple task that doesn’t take too much time or effort to complete. Most even charge a low flat rate!

Top Repairs

    • Faucet Repair
    • Sink Repair
    • Toilet Repair
    • Water Heater repair
    • Drain Repair
    • Garbage disposal repair
    • Plumbing Repair
    • Rooter repair