Evans Plumbing Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Ventura’

Is Your Main Sewer Line in Jeopardy?

Monday, August 19th, 2019

Your main sewer line, while you likely don’t give it much thought, is one of the most important components of your plumbing system. In fact, we might even say it is the most important components of your plumbing system! Sure, it can be quite easy to forget about, largely because it is hidden underground, but when trouble arises, it’ll be almost impossible to ignore.

Trouble with your main sewer line is certainly a big deal, so it is important that you call for a certified plumber in Ventura, CA right away! Below, we have listed some of the tell-tale signs of trouble, that way you’ll know precisely when to call. Keep reading to find out more!

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What Kinds of Plumbing Issues are Emergencies?

Monday, February 4th, 2019

woman-mopping-waterHave you ever had to phone in an emergency to 911 before? Chances are, you knew exactly why you were calling and made the problem clear to the dispatcher.

In the world of plumbing, there are emergencies, too. However, since those emergencies aren’t on the same level as a 911 emergency, we’re naturally hesitant to make the call. Maybe you’re afraid that your problem isn’t truly an emergency and could be wasting people’s time. Or, you don’t want to incur any extra fees for a minor problem.

We understand your concern. In this post, we’ll go over three categories of plumbing emergencies so you can alleviate any doubts of using a 24/7 emergency plumbing service.

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Why You Should Never Do Your Own Gas Line Service

Monday, December 24th, 2018

water-heater-gas-line-tighteningThe concept of a gas appliance is kind of scary when you think about it. After all, you’re literally siphoning a highly flammable substance into your home! And then you burn it, in your home, all so that you can operate a water heater, stove, oven, or furnace.

Surprisingly, the occurrence of gas line accidents remains low. The truth is that gas appliances are extremely safe… but only when they’re operating properly. To ensure that your gas lines are operating properly, it requires repairs and installation from no one less than an expert of gas line repair and plumbing in Ventura, CA.

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