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Welcoming Eco Plumbing Customers

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Special Offers Available to Our New Customers & Friends

As you may have heard, Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air in San Diego purchased The Eco Plumbers when they decided to consolidate their operation in Ohio. With this change-up and expansion of our business, we are now celebrating and welcoming our new customers!

We have been serving all of San Diego County since 1978 with one mission in mind: Wow every customer, every day, and in every single way. Given our long history of happy customers, we think we have succeeded.

Our highly trained plumbers, drain specialists, and HVAC technicians are all looking forward to getting to know our new customers from The Eco Plumbers, too. We cannot wait to get a chance to show you what has earned the loyalty and praise of multiple generations of customers in San Diego!

To celebrate our new family, new customers can choose one of the following offers:

  • Free whole-home plumbing inspection
  • Free water heater tune-up
  • Free furnace tune-up

If you have been having problems with your plumbing, water heater, or furnace, now is the time to join the Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air family as a new customer! We can’t wait to hear from you. Call (866) 374-0402 or contact us online to book your appointment. Don’t wait too long — these offers expire on 03/31/2020.

Once again, from all of us here, we look forward to getting to know you as our new customers and we wish you the happiest holiday season!

Tips & Advice

Tips & Advice From Our Experts

  • Don't Let Drips Drain Your Wallet...
    High water bill? Could be any number of things, but methodical troubleshooting can save a lot of time and money. First, listen and look for any obvious signs of leaks. The dog may have found a new favorite place to nap which could indicate a slab leak. Check for movement at your water meter while you are sure nothing is running. Dye test toilet tanks to identify failing flappers and flush valves. Do you hear your toilet filling up at night? Look closely at ceilings and baseboards for discoloration and/or bubbling. Check under sinks and place newspaper on the bottoms of vanities to clearly see if drips occur. This is a good starting point, but if you still are unable to identify the origin of a leak, call a licensed plumber, this will save you time and money in the long run. And remember, don't let drips drain your wallet!
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
  • Cast Iron Pipes
    Cast iron pipes have been manufactured and used in the United States since the early 1800’s. The first usage was for water distribution, but eventually expanded to wastewater disposal. It is naturally porous and over time as it rusts and erodes. It becomes even more porous which causes material to build up inside the pipe, which can lead to stoppages. Or the bottom of the pipe can actually erode due to use and caustic drain cleaning chemicals used through the years. The average life span of cast iron sewer lines before you start to encounter recurring problems is about 30 years. If problems start to occur around 30 years, it's more than likely time to replace.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • Smelly Garbage Disposal?

    Do you have a smelly garbage disposer? Cleaning the disposal is simple! Run cold water, turn on the disposal, and feed two trays of ice cubes into the disposal quickly. Wait until all ice is completely degraded before turning off the disposer and cold water. If the disposer still smells bad, chop up a lemon into small chunks and feed it down the drain.

    DO NOT use drain cleaners such as Drano. This is important! Those types of cleaners are mainly fine sand and bleach, or other caustics, which corrode your plumbing rather quickly and can cut the life of your garbage disposal in half.

    Mary Jean, 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.
    Bryan, HVAC Service & Sales Manager
  • Partially Collapsed Pipe

    Drain stoppages can occur when a sewer line is starting to collapse, which is not good. When a pipe is this damaged, it is only a matter of time before the line fully collapses.

    While a pipe is only partially collapsed, it is still possible to try a trenchless replacement of the line before it gets any worse. Fixing the pipe as soon as possible can save you money and reduce the disruption to your yard.

    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
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