1. How Proper Plumbing Can Save Your Business Both Time AND Money

    Leaky faucets, faulty toilets, and broken piping can become the difference between your business crushing its goals, or falling short of the prize. Because these problems might seem minuscule in comparison to most daily activities of the business, most people are often quick to overlook them and brush them under the rug. However, these same small issues can be the negative aspects shown by reviewe…Read More

  2. What is a Whole-Home Repipe and Do You Need One?

    If you own a home, the list of improvements you would like to accomplish is probably extensive. The most popular home remodels are the kitchen and bathroom, and every year, thousands of homeowners rip apart their kitchen and bathrooms, installing new sinks, faucets, and trendy backsplashes. Maybe the backsplash has an alternating pattern of seashells or cowboy boots, regardless you will more than …Read More

  3. Make a Repipe Your Spring Cleaning Project

    We can talk about the weather all you want this time of year, but summer is back and the days are numbered for you to get things done. Generally, people do some sort of spring cleaning. You know, clean under the refrigerator, scrape the cobwebs out of the corners, and maybe even clean out that coffee pot. One thing we do not generally think about when we are pulling the broken pieces of spaghetti …Read More

  4. “Classic” Plumbing

    A crowning moment in every person's life is when they buy a home. It doesn't have to be a new home or a huge piece of land, it just has to be a home that you are passionate about. In Orange County we are fortunate to have a large number of homes that were built in the mid-20th century. These homes are situated in neighborhoods with aging utility infrastructure and tons of character. These homes ar…Read More

  5. The Dreaded Slab Leak

    A horror is lurking beneath your Orange County home and you probably don't even know what is happening. In some places, the pipes to your home are buried directly under the foundation. These include pipes that carry water into your home, pipes that carry waste water out of your home, and pipes that carry natural gas into your home. If any of these lines were to rupture or otherwise become compromi…Read More

  6. The Drain

    When you are looking for a home, the last thing you will want to worry about is dealing with faulty pipes. That, of course, should go unsaid, but is not always the case. When you buy an older home, the piping infrastructure has been redone at some point. This includes gas and water pipes, which are many times the source of leaks. The piping that is generally neglected or not replaced because of th…Read More

  7. Repiping Your Home For Sale

    The housing market in Orange County is on the verge of what many would call insane. The price goes up every time you take a step closer to the Pacific and a few months ago the Orange County Register declared that a new all time high of $675,000. It is enough to make a person pack up and move. Given that there is no relief in sight, it is best to hang on to the home you have and hope for the best. …Read More

  8. The Health of Your Septic System Begins in the Drains

    In Anaheim, having a home with a septic system can be a real drag, particularly if your pipes are in disrepair. If that is the case, it is critical that you contact the repipe experts at California Repipe Specialist. Shoddy pipes can cause all sorts of problems in your home. Issues like leaks, low water pressure and slow drains can be a nightmare down the road, as most often, the problems seem to …Read More

  9. Got Lead? Time for a Copper Repipe!

    The news these days is full of stories of compromised water sources. It seems that all over the country, a new water related red flag is popping up somewhere. The implications that the quality of the water being provided by the municipalities of this country are substandard, is almost a daily occurrence. How much stock should you put into media reports that water contamination is rampant? Well, we…Read More

  10. Do You Have Aging Natural Gas Pipes?

    Natural gas is some amazing stuff. We generally take for granted that natural gas will come flowing out of a pipe and into our stove or water heater. The journey that natural gas takes is a long and winding road. The source could be one of a few different things. In places where the gas is close to the surface it actually will bubble out of the ground. Gas bubbling out of the pipes in your home is…Read More