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Rancho Bernardo Plumber

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Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air has served the greater San Diego area since 1978 – including customers like you in the Rancho Bernardo community. Our goal is to continually go above and beyond for our customers – to make sure that we not only provide the service you need, but the ‘wow’ factor customer service you deserve. That’s been our mission for 40 years, and it’s still our motto today!

Financing available. If you have a plumbing problem, call us at (866) 374-0402!

Our Satisfaction Guaranteed Services

When you choose Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air for a job, we’ll guarantee your satisfaction 100%. We do it right the first time, and we don’t start working until you’ve approved the project pricing. Additionally, every single one of our technicians is insured, licensed, and certified with the EPA. And to ensure your comfort and safety, each of our plumbers undergoes a background check before we hire them, and you’ll get a picture of your technician before they arrive at your home so you know who to expect!

We’re ready to help you with any plumbing problem, including:

Financing for Customers in Rancho Bernardo, San Diego

If the job is outside your budget, don’t worry – Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air offers financing options for our customers in Rancho Bernardo. Plumbing repairs are rarely optional, so the most important thing is that we solve your plumbing problem. And you can save even more by scheduling during our standard operating hours, between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.

For plumbing services in 92127 or 92128, call us at (866) 374-0402!

Tips & Advice

Tips & Advice From Our Experts

  • Even Tiny Roots Cause Sewer Damage
    Tree roots are a major cause of pipe damage and should never be present in a properly functioning sewer line. Once cut, even fine, hair-like roots will grow back into the sewer line quicker. Once trees and shrubs find a source of water and nutrients (like the inside of the sewer pipe), they will vigorously attempt to re-establish roots in the pipe after cutting. Root growth outside the pipe will crush or crumble pipe as the root becomes more established, leading to a progression of pipe misalignments, bellies, and collapses.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • Summer Cookouts
    With Summer around the corner and many BBQ's and cookouts in our future, let's not take it out on our garbage disposals and sewer lines. While the obvious choice may be to use the garbage disposal as a catch-all, you'll save time and money by throwing the bulk of your food waste into the garbage can or compost instead. Limit the garbage disposal for little scraps, rinsed off plates, and other dishes, and you'll save yourself time, money and frustration.
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
  • How to Care for Your Water Heater
    A water heater is a costly investment, and very few homeowners know how to care for them. With proper maintenance, you can extend the life of the equipment, lower utility costs and minimize the risk damages caused by a leaking water tank. A water heater flush is a fairly simple procedure that removes the buildup of sediment in the tank. To avoid problems and increase the life of the water heater, a flush is recommended every six months. There should always be clear access to the water heater, and keep pertinent information easily accessible. For instance, is your heater gas, electric or propane? Keeping the serial and model numbers readily available will also help address any warranty questions easily. Take care of your water heater and enjoy nice, warm showers for a long time!
    Mary Jean, President
  • Sewer Back Ups Caused by Misaligned Pipes
    The most common cause of sewer back up is tree roots, but they are not the only cause. Pipe misalignment at the connection between two pieces of pipe is especially common for older sewer lines. This is due to the pipe’s long years of service and ground settling. Bedding under the pipe slowly gives way, causing the pipe connection to separate. When this happens, waste water leaks out causing the soil under the pipe to erode...making the offset worse over time. This can be a gradual process or it can happen quickly. It will ultimately cause more and more backups and finally a pipe collapse.
    Kyle, Drain Service & Sales Manager
  • What Is Title 24 and HERS Testing?
    Title 24 HERS Testing came into law in 2008. It is a set of rules and regulations set by California contractors to ensure energy efficiencies are being adhered to. The goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy waste, and to provide California with an adequate, reasonably-priced, and environmentally-sound supply of energy, and to meet the Executive Order in the Green Building Initiative. With the installation of any new heating and air conditioning equipment, a contractor is required to provide you with Title 24 HERS testing. Many homeowners are unaware of this, so some contractors don't provide it. But you are an educated homeowner!
    Bryan, HVAC Service & Sales Manager
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