Brea/Orange County Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning offers a wide range of plumbing and HVAC services in the city of Fullerton.
Are you located in the city of Fullerton and have a clogged drain that will not clear no matter what you do? Do you have an air conditioner on the outs? Or do you have a bathroom that is outdated and in need of new fixtures & faucets? Our expert service technicians and contractors at Brea/Orange County Plumbing are only one phone call away. If you need a knowledgeable and dependable plumber, you know where to find us.
Benefits Of Professionals
A plumbing problem in your home will arise sooner or later and you will definitely ask yourself: should I attempt to fix the problem myself or call a professional plumber? Before you answer it, consider the following:
– Plumbing is a highly specific and complicated service that helps homes and businesses run smoothly. Hiring a professional plumber is important due to one simple reason: plumbing problems can easily turn from annoying to disastrous, if ignored or inadequately resolved.
– City building codes is another worthy reason why the plumbing professionals are highly recommended. The amount of complexity in a standard city rules and regulations concerning plumbing alone is astounding.
– Ultimately, some plumbing jobs are just so complex and specific, that a high degree of knowledge and skill on top of specialized tools is required. Home reconstruction, such as kitchen remodeling, is an example of a job that unites all the required expertise of crafting, tools, and building codes that a professional plumber must possess.
New Construction Plumbing
Our reputation as a consistent supplier of plumbing services for businesses and homes alike have been known since 1958. Brea Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning is the name of our company that has provided residential plumbing to the area for over 50 years. We have developed good relationships with home builders and private home owners alike.
A lot of houses in the area had their plumbing systems installed by Fullerton Plumbing. We handle both custom homes of different sizes and new construction sites. Our knowledgeable staff of plumbing professionals can complete any changes or upgrades of the existing plumbing systems as well as install new ones. No matter how big or small your residential plumbing project might be, you can rely on Fullerton Plumbing to provide top-notch quality service, professional installation, and abundance of experience when we take care of our customers.
Contact us if we can assist you with any residential plumbing services in the new construction project.
Four Common Causes of Slab Leaks
If you have suddenly noticed wet spots on your floor or carpets, have been experiencing low water pressure lately and getting your utility bill higher than usual, you could be dealing with a slab leak.
A “slab leak” is when the pipes inside or below a home’s foundation start to leak. They seem insignificant at first, but if left untreated, they can lead to major damage and costly repairs.
To prevent your home from such a disaster, it is important to know the primary causes of slab leaks. Below we discuss what those are:
Incorrectly installed or poor quality pipes are the most frequent causes of slab leaks. At the time of their installation, the water pipes could be bent or dented and the affected areas started to attract corrosive chemicals and mineral deposits. This would cause the pipes to leak and potentially burst as a result.
High Water Pressure
Extremely high water pressure is another one of the common causes of slab leaks.
Poor Water Chemistry (pH level)
Watch the pH level of your water. Water that is excessively acidic or excessively alkaline can damage the pipes.
Abrasion is another cause of slab leaks. When pipes rub against concrete, gravel or other close pipes, the continuous rubbing causes the pipes to slowly wear down and spring a leak later.