Emergency Plumber in San Diego
Handling Emergency Kitchen, Bathroom Plumbing, & More!
We’ve all been there—that moment when you realize something is seriously wrong with your plumbing. Maybe it’s a burst pipe or an exploded water heater. Whatever it is, the issue won’t wait until the morning. Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air is here to take care of any emergency plumbing problem you might be facing.
Emergency plumbing services are a critical component of any well-maintained home or building. Having a plumber who you can trust to respond quickly and reliably to emergency plumbing problems is essential to ensure quick, effective repairs that will last. Our experienced plumbers know the importance of responding quickly and efficiently to emergency service requests and will be fully prepared with all the necessary tools and parts needed and arrive in a timely manner. Our team also understands the need for minimal disruption when attending emergency call-outs, minimizing any potential damage caused by the emergency situation. By counting on Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air as your trusted emergency plumber, you can rest assured knowing that your problems will be addressed as soon as possible.
Choose Us for Your Emergency Plumbing Repairs
- We’re available to take your call. If you have an emergency plumbing problem, a live operator is waiting to speak with you now!
- Since 1978, we’ve been providing emergency plumbing services throughout the San Diego area.
- Our customers love us, and we’re committed to the highest level of service.
- Our team is highly trained and experienced in handling a wide variety of serious plumbing problems.
We cover all your emergency plumbing needs, including:
- Burst pipes
- Blown water heater
- Clogged pipes
- Backup sewer lines
- And more!
Our customers have been pleased with our reliable, 100% satisfaction guaranteed service, earning us the Angi’s Super Service Award and the San Diego’s Best Award from the Union-Tribune Readers Poll.
We’ve been given an A+ by the BBB as well. When it comes to emergency plumbing services in San Diego, there’s no better company to call than Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air.
Toilet clogs are a common bathroom plumbing issue – and may require immediate action to avoid an overflow. If your toilet starts to overflow right after you flush it, remove the lid to the back of the toilet and press down on the rubber flapper valve until the tank stops filling up.
When the rubber flapper is secure, raise the float arm and hold both items in place until the water level returns to normal.
A severe sink clog will require the help of an emergency plumber; however, some clogs can be fixed with a simple, DIY unclogging method such as using a drain cleaner, pouring boiling water down the drain or using a clean plunger to dislodge the clog. If the clog is bad enough, you may need professional drain clearing to fix the issue.
If you don’t have any hot water in your house, the first thing you should check is the pilot light under your water heater. Additionally, make sure the power source to the water heater is connected and that the water heater thermostat is set to a proper warmth. (If it’s been accidentally pushed to a cold setting, you won’t have any hot water!)
If your washing machine is leaking from the bottom, you may be able to identify the source of the problem by (carefully!) unplugging the machine from the power outlet, sliding it away from the wall about 12 inches, and making sure the water hoses are connected to the back of the machine and the wall properly.
If either hose is loose, you may be able to fix the problem by tightening the hose where it connects to the wall or where it connects to the washing machine. If this doesn’t work, you may need the help of a professional plumber to diagnose your leak.
As with any leak, be sure to mop up any excess water to avoid mold/mildew, damage to your floor, etc.
First, you’ll need to turn off your water main to fully disconnect the water supply from your house. Your water main may be found in a crawl space or near your water heater. If the shut-off isn’t somewhere inside your house, it will probably be near the street under a metal lid. If you know where the leak is coming from, mop up the water quickly to avoid mold or mildew accumulation.
Emergency Plumbers You Can Trust
Each and every one of our plumbing service technicians undergo a background check before being hired. Along with being licensed, insured, and certified by the EPA, our San Diego plumbers continually undergo industry training to ensure you receive the best possible service.
We’re available for emergency plumbing services, 365 days a year to dispatch an emergency plumber and fix your issue right away.
Need an Emergency Plumber?
Let us take care of your emergency plumbing needs.Contact us at (760) 374-3274!