1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Are You Ready For A Bathroom Remodel?

    When you bought your home, one of your first thoughts may have been that you simply can’t wait for the day when you’re able to do a bathroom remodel. Or possibly, after being in your home for a certain length of time, you realized that they layout or look just doesn’t work for you and your family. Whatever the reason may be, here at Complete Plumbing & Rooter, we’d love to be able to h…Read More

  4. How Fixing Your Plumbing Problems Can Save Money

    You may be hesitant to call for the help of a plumber because you’re not sure if spending the money will pay off. Surely you can live with the leak on your kitchen faucet, right? The truth is, a plumber can actually save you money in the long-run by identifying plumbing problems in your home that may be costing you more on a monthly basis than you think. When you need a plumber in Chino who you …Read More

  5. When To Call A Plumber For A Frozen Pipe

    When cold weather threatens your home’s plumbing pipes, you’ll want to be sure that you are checking the water supply in your home to prevent your pipes from freezing or even bursting. Here at Complete Plumbing and Rooter, we have some tips for you that could help you to avoid having your pipes freeze or burst. Also, we have come up with a list of ways in which you can tell if you need to call…Read More

  6. When Is A Plumber Required?

    When you’re a homeowner or a renter, caring for the plumbing in your home is essential. Small leaks and seemingly minor problems, such as a toilet running or low water pressure, may seem like things that can go unaddressed, however, the more attention you pay to the plumbing in your home, the better you can understand how your plumbing works, and when it’s time to call a professional for help.…Read More