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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

  • When to Replace Heating & Air Conditioning System
    A common question I get asked is, “When do I need to replace my furnace or air conditioner?" Actually, you can keep repairing virtually forever, but this is not necessarily cost effective. A good rule of thumb is: Replace when your heat pump or air conditioner is more than 10 years old, and your furnace when it is 15 years old (or repair costs start to exceed the value of unit). Heating and cooling equipment has become MUCH more efficient in recent years. Replacement of older, less efficient systems should absolutely be considered now based on current financing options, tax benefits, municipality rebates and low-interest rates. You should consider replacement if you have any of these concerns: System needs expensive repairs, the utility bill is too high, rooms are too hot or too cold, you have humidity problems, your home has excessive dust, or the system is too noisy.
    Mary Jean, President
  • What Is a Residential Split System?
    Not to be confused with ductless mini split systems, a residential split system is where you have the furnace or air handler in the house - either in the garage, hallway or attic, and the outdoor air conditioner (also known as the condensing unit ) is outside on the side of the house. It's called a split system because one is inside, another one is outside. Otherwise, there are HVAC package units where the whole system is combined, and it looks like a box that sits on top of the house.
    Bryan, HVAC Service Manager
  • 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
  • What's in your water?
    Unfortunately, a lot more than you might think. You don't have to take my word for it, it's easy to obtain a copy of your local water quality report. I've been in the plumbing industry for decades and it still makes me a little uneasy. Whole home carbon filtration is the best way to treat your home water supply. Municipalities add chlorine and amonia to kill any organisms that may exist due to travels through miles and miles of old pipe, but it's the homeowner's responsibility to make it more suitable for consumption at home. Activated carbon is the best way to absorb these impurities (1lb of activated carbon contains a surface area of approximately 100 acres). If reduction or removal of chlorine and chloromines is important to you and your family (the average swimming pool has less chlorine than our tap water), and if you'd like to reduce your bottled water consumption, consider a carbon-based whole home filtration system as a healthy and green solution to questionable water quality. In the not-too-distant future, every home will have a filtration system and we'll wonder how we ever got along without them!
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
  • Regulate Water Pressure
    Water pressure should be checked at least once a year or whenever you have a plumber in your home. When we visit a doctor, no matter the reason, they will always check a patient’s blood pressure. Water pressure should be treated similarly. A pressure-reducing device in proper working order is incredibly important to maintaining a healthy water delivery system in your home. Water pressure should never exceed 80 psi. Anything reading above 80 psi. is an indication of a failing water pressure-reducing device and should be addressed as soon as possible. If you're unsure about your water pressure, we can visit your home and use a gauge to measure your incoming water pressure for you. Then we can discuss any options that might be available to give you peace of mind and ensure a healthy water system.
    Devin, Plumbing Service & Sales Manager
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