Plumbing Inspection Service
- Help prevent plumbing disasters
- Extend the life of plumbing fixtures
- Annual inspections + for home purchases
- Fast, friendly, & dependable service
- Same day service
- 18 years experience
- Licensed, insured, and bonded
- 400+ five-star customer reviews
- BBB A+ accredited rating
- Locally owned & operated
- Call today at (951) 533-5071
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When was your last plumbing inspection?
Plumbing leaks and sewer blockages can cause a lot of costly damage to a home.
Making sure your water and sewer drain systems are operating properly helps prevent expensive repairs from arising.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Your home’s plumbing systems should be inspected annually to help prevent catastrophic and expensive leaks and water damage repairs.
Protect your home – water leaks can cause serious and very expensive damage to your home. Plumbing inspections can catch many leaks before they occur by identifying small leaks and troublesome valves, parts, and pipes before they cause problems..
Protect your personal property – water leaks don’t just do damage to the structure of your home like its floors, walls, and ceilings, they also can damage your personal property like furniture, artwork, photos, clothing, and personal items.
Insurance coverage for water damage to personal property is usually very limited (consult your insurance policy & agent).
Save money – protect your home, personal property, and wallet by preventing leaks as much as possible before they occur with an annual plumbing inspection.
Our whole-house plumbing inspection service includes:
(for homeowners only):
Visual Inspection: $179
Inspect all sinks, faucets, toilets, tubs, showers, water heater, hose bibs, pipes, and all fixture connections.
Checks for pressure, leaks, faulty parts, working valves, and proper installation of all appliances and fixtures.
- water pressure test
- water leak check
- inspect & test water main shut-off valve
- inspect & test all water shut-off valves
- inspect & test sinks, toilets, showers, baths
- inspect & test water heater (temperature, relief valve, pilot, pipes, fittings, rust)
- inspect & test water heater vent
- inspect & test laundry room valves
- inspect & test outdoor hose bibs & pipe
- inspect & test drains at all fixtures
If you are looking for ways to avoid expensive water leaks and sewer clogs in your home, then annual plumbing inspections are a great idea.
Camera inspection: $99 add-on
The drains and sewer line can only be properly checked by sending a camera into the line to inspect them for clogs or damage all the way to the street and city sewer connection.
Sewer cameras can inspect hundreds of feet of sewer line and visually show the plumber any clogs as well as the condition of the pipe.
NEVER buy a home without making it subject to a plumbing inspection while in escrow!
If you are buying a new home or commercial building it is important to have a plumbing inspection to avoid any unknown and costly plumbing problems.
The sewer line needs to be inspected with a camera to make sure the sewer line is in good shape.
Deep clogs, tree roots, landscaping work, ground-shifting, and other factors often affect sewer lines which is usually not covered by insurance.
All too often unsuspecting home buyers are caught with paying tens of thousands of dollars to repair or replace a damaged main sewer line on a home they just bought.
A typical “home inspection” will not catch a sewer line problem, or most other plumbing problems.
These “home inspectors” merely turn on water faucets and flush toilets to make sure water runs and then drains away. There is no inspection of the pipes, valves water heater, washer hoses, and sewer line.
The internet is full of first-hand horror stories from new homeowners stuck with very expensive sewer line repairs that were not caught in the buying process and not covered by insurance.
Don’t be one of them, hire a plumber to do a professional plumbing and sewer inspection BEFORE you close escrow. And make the purchase “subject to” the results of the inspection, this way you can renegotiate or exit the contract depending on the results.