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Advanced Plumbing and Rooter Service

231 Market Place, Suite 540
San Ramon, CA 94583

Phone: 925-383-6100

C-36 License #782789

With the weather warming up and summer in sight, it’s the time that we start planning our vacation. Between booking hotels and packing your bags, have you thought about what your home needs while you’re away? No one wants to come home to a plumbing emergency or flooded home, so should you turn off your water supply before you go on vacation?

If you open the faucet to find grungy, discolored or rusty water, you’re probably going to feel confused, and even disgusted! Discolored water that affects your entire system is going to bring your household to a grinding halt, as no-one is going to be able to clean, cook, drink or bathe until you correct the problem. Here’s how to troubleshoot discolored water and bring your water supply back to crystal clear.

Water damage is dreaded by homeowners as it can cause major complications and is expensive to repair. Water damage is the second most commonly filed insurance claim in the U.S. and causes billions of dollars in property losses each year. If you find water pooling in your basement, leaking from your walls, or sewage anywhere, acting fast can change the outcome for your home. Understanding the ways that your plumbing system can cause water damage in your home can help you avoid damage from occurring in the first place, saving you time and money.