1. Common Signs You May Have A Hidden Leak

    A hidden leak can potentially waste thousands of gallons of water per year and cause costly damages to walls, floors, and other building structures. Often times, leaks are hidden and not always easy to pinpoint. Plumbing in homes and businesses usually goes deep in the walls and winds out of sight. However, keeping an eye out for certain signs can help you detect possible leaks in your home or bus…Read More

  2. What Makes a Plumbing Emergency an Emergency?

    All kinds of problems can occur with your plumbing system, but how do you know if you should call in an emergency plumber or not? When it comes to your plumbing, there is no shortage of problems that can come up. Unfortunately, plumbing problems rarely occur during business hours, but having to call in an emergency plumber in the middle of the night can be pricey. No one wants to have to call in a…Read More

  3. How to Handle Common Toilet Problems Part 2

    Don't let common toilet problems leave you with a toilet that is out of commission! The last thing that anyone wants is to really need to go when there's no working toilet. We all rely on our toilets each and every day, but because they get so much use, it's not uncommon for toilet problems to occur every once in a while. Here at Complete Plumbing and Rooter, we are proud to be your go-to plumber …Read More

  4. How to Handle Common Toilet Problems

    If there's one plumbing fixture that you need to be able to rely on, it's your toilet. There are many different plumbing fixtures in your home, and while you rely on all of them, if your toilet isn't in working order, it can quickly create serious issues. When there's a problem with your toilet, it's important that you know how to handle it — whether that means fixing the problem yourself or hir…Read More

  5. Why DIY Plumbing isn’t a Great Idea

    Think DIY plumbing is a good idea? Think again. There are many DIY projects savvy homeowners can safely complete around the house, but plumbing repairs, especially if you're dealing with something more complicated than a clogged toilet, should be left up to the professionals. But why is DIY plumbing such a bad idea? After all, if you can avoid calling a plumber, you can also avoid paying a plumb…Read More

  6. How to Locate the Water Shutoff Valve for Your Home Part 2

    Every homeowner should know how to locate and turn off their home's water shutoff valve. Most plumbing emergencies involve large amounts of water, and the only way to stop it is by turning off the water shutoff valve to your home. However, if you don't know where your home's water shutoff valve is located, you'll be up the creek without a paddle. That's why, in our last blog, we went over a few ti…Read More

  7. How to Locate the Water Shutoff Valve for Your Home

    It's important for every homeowner to know where their home's water shutoff valves are located. Whether you're trying to install a new faucet in your bathroom or you're in the midst of a plumbing emergency, you can save yourself a lot of hassle and water damage by turning off your home's water shutoff valve. Turning off the water shutoff valve ASAP in a plumbing emergency can help to prevent expen…Read More

  8. What To Do If Your Hot Water Heater Bursts

    The last thing any homeowner wants to have to deal with is flooding, especially when the flooding is due to a hot water heater that has burst. If you ever find yourself in a situation where you have to deal with severe flooding and a broken hot water heater, the 24-hour plumbers in Chino at Complete Plumbing & Rooter can help. Today, we’d like to go over the steps you should take if you find…Read More

  9. Conventional Vs. Tankless Water Heaters

    As a homeowner, it’s important to ensure that all of your household machinery and plumbing is working properly. One of the most important things to regularly check, in order to make sure it’s functioning well, is your hot water heater. In our previous post we addressed signs that can let you know it’s time to replace your hot water heater. Today, we’d like to go over conventional versus ta…Read More

  10. Signs You Need To Replace Your Hot Water Heater

    Regularly checking your water heater to ensure that it’s in proper working condition is vital to protecting your home from the problems that can arise when a water heater breaks. Contrary to what you may think, a broken water heater will not just deliver cold water to your water fixtures. A broken water heater can cause small or large leaks, the inner lining of your tank can deteriorate which co…Read More