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Advanced Plumbing and Rooter Service

231 Market Place, Suite 540
San Ramon, CA 94583

Phone: 925-383-6100

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Electricity bills seem to climb every quarter, and as come into winter, keeping energy bills low is an even higher priority as energy usage increases in winter. It’s not surprising that one of the hottest topics about water heaters is which one is the most energy efficient. That’s because a water heater can account for up to 12% of a family’s utility bill, which is a relatively significant portion. Here we look at 7 ways you can use your water heater to save on your utility bill.

Hydrojetting is one of the most advanced and effective ways to clean pipes and remove blockages effectively. Providing a non-invasive option to efficiently remove a range of clogs and obstructions, including tree roots, hydro jetting can be the best solution for slow, blocked or smelly drains. However, there are some essential facts you need to be aware of before choosing hydro jetting for your pipes.

No one wants to run out of hot water in the middle of the coldest winter months. To prevent this happening, it's essential to have your water heater expertly inspected before the winter starts. As winter is a popular time for water heater tune-ups, it's better to book sooner rather than later to get the service you need. Here are 6 things that should be checked on your water heater before winter starts.

Keeping your plumbing maintained means you avoid much of the stress and difficulty of dealing with plumbing disasters when things go wrong. Proactive plumbing and rooter service means you not only prevent problems, but you get the best performance from your plumbing, reducing utility costs and improving comfort in your home. Here we look at how to maintain your plumbing proactively to avoid plumbing disasters and get the best system performance.

Plumbing vents are an essential part of your plumbing system. Vent pipes allow air to flow into the drainage system, so that pressure is equalized in the pipes and waste can flow passively out to the sewage or septic system. Blocked or incorrectly installed plumbing vents can cause sewer odors, gurgling noises, and poor drainage. Below we look at how to find and identify your sewer vent pipe.