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San Diego Drain Replacement & Installation

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Your drains are an immensely important plumbing fixture for your home. They not only protect you from the damage that wastewater can provide by carrying it away safely, but they can even keep your home sanitary and healthy in the process. So when you need a new drain installed, or an existing drain wears out and needs replaced, it’s important to have a professional San Diego drain expert replace or install them. Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air offers a wide range of drain services in San Diego, including installing brand new drains or replacing old, worn-out drains to keep your home protected.

At Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air, we’ve helped thousands of customers get the services they need. We’ve proudly been in business for more than 40 years, but we’ve never lost sight of our founding mission: to provide you with plumbing services and a customer experience that can’t be matched. When it comes to drain repair and replacement, nobody in the San Diego area does more. Customers know they can turn to us for a job done right, and that means we’re the name they turn to for all of their plumbing projects, no matter how large or small!

Call Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air at (866) 374-0402 today and request a quote for your drain replacement or installation service.

Drain Replacement in San Diego, CA

A worn-out drain could present some problems for your home. Drain lines carry all sorts of different types of waste away from your home, some of which could be acidic or corrosive to your drain lines. Over time, this corrosion can create weak spots in drain line walls which can then become the source for potentially serious leaks. Leaking drain lines have been known to cause damage to walls, yards, and even the soil beneath your property, which makes them extremely important to fix as soon as possible.

Our Drain Installation Services

Do you want to add something like an outdoor sink to your backyard? What about a working water tap to your garage? In both of these cases, you’ll need to install a brand new drain line to service it. New drain line installation can vary in complexity, usually based on the size of the line, where existing lines run, and what type of drain line is needed. No matter how large or small your drain installation project may be, our experienced plumbing technicians can do it right the first time. A properly installed drain line will be leak-free, efficient, sloped correctly, and built from materials which will last.

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Tips & Advice From Our Experts

  • Don't Give Plumbing Fixtures a "Hard" Time...
    Water with high mineral content is called "hard water". Two of the minerals we encounter most in beautiful San Diego are calcium and magnesium. These molecules find each other and bind themselves together to create the powdery deposits we see on our fixtures and shower doors. Hardness affects everything it comes in contact with. It wreaks havoc on dishwashers and can drastically shorten the life of your tankless or traditional tank type water heater. Deposits attach to vital components of your plumbing system and adhere to the interior of your pipes, progressively getting worse and worse until it gets so bad it must be addressed. The best solution is an anti-scale device. We always encourage homeowners to do their research, but we recommend a device that sends a very light a.m. frequency (much like an a.m. radio) through the water column and disturbs molecules enough to keep them from binding together and ganging up on your plumbing system. The initial investment may be off-putting, but in the medium, to long run, it can save you tens of thousands of dollars in repairs and replacements, including plumbing fixtures like faucets, washing machines, dishwashers failure, failing pipes and flooding! So, do some research and find out what will best serve you. Our plumbing system experts are always happy to consult with you and help you get on the right path.
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
  • How Long Does Concrete Sewer Pipe Last?
    Some sewer pipe is made from Concrete. Typically, this type of concrete pipe lasts a long time, but we do see problems start at the connections due to ground settling or tree root intrusion. Concrete pipe is susceptible to cracks – just like a concrete sidewalk – particularly when stressed from tree roots or offsets. The average lifespan of concrete sewer lines, before you start to encounter stoppage problems, is 30 years. The most common reasons for sewer line stoppages with concrete lines include offsets at connections and breaking pipe due to tree roots and ground settling.
    Miguel, Sewer Replacement Specialist
  • Sewer Inspection BEFORE You Buy!
    Before you buy a home, traditionally you require a home inspection. Checking the condition of the sewer system is not included. I would highly recommend spending a small amount to determine its condition. Sewer replacement can be expensive, and every prospective homeowner should take the extra step to ensure they don’t buy a house and literally put thousands of dollars down the drain. How can the condition of sewer pipes be determined? Inquire about the history of the existing homeowner. Frequent blockages, odors, slow drains or rapid growth of vegetation can be tell-tale signs of a compromised pipe. The best and only way to determine the condition of a sewer pipe is to have a camera inspection by a drain specialist. If you hire a specialist, they should have a camera with video capabilities and can provide you a copy of the video.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • High Water Pressure Is like High Blood Pressure
    The most common problem we see are plumbing leaks. Think about when you go to the doctor... What is the first thing they do? They check your blood pressure because high blood pressure ruins your arteries, kidneys, vision, and heart. If you are having problems, high blood pressure is the first thing to try and rule out. High water pressure is no different. It ruins dishwasher solenoids, faucet washers, angle stops and washing machine hoses. In fact, it puts your entire plumbing system at risk. A water pressure regulator protects your system.
    Mary Jean, Owner/President
  • Why Is It Important to Protect Your Heating and Air System?
    When investing in a new comfort system ( heating and air conditioning), or keeping the one you have to run at peak efficiency, it's important to keep it maintained. One of the biggest causes of breakdown is dirty coils and motors. A great solution is getting routine maintenance like you would for your personal vehicle. For HVAC systems, annual maintenance is recommended (and required in some warranties). Even better, is to add an air filtration and purification system. An air conditioner evaporator coil that has dirt as thin as plastic wrap will cause you to lose 20% efficiency! Also, the dirt can cause the motors and compressor to overwork. This causes increased utility bills and breakdowns.
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