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Welcome to General Plumbing &  Rooter  Concord Plumbing

Walnut Creek Plumber

General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing is an expert in plumbing for residential and commercial services and repair. We're the plumber you'll be able to rely on in a disaster scenario. It doesn´t matter to us whether it is morning hours, midday or middle of the night. General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing is constantly ready with our expertise and completely equipped plumbers with the right tools and equipment to deal with any difficulty that takes place whenever your plumbing breaks down. You don't need to worry. Just call up General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing at this moment and we will be there.

In addition to being on call for household emergencies twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, we could also deal with installations of water heaters, sump pumps, sinks, tubs and toilets. General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing will be able to re-pipe those old homes where your plumbing just isn´t performing the job any more.

Our plumbing personnel is licensed and maintains training credits so as to maintain the most recent technology and conservation developments. The newest tankless water heaters and lower consumption plumbing fixtures are only a few of the advancements we're educated to set up and service.

Call right now and schedule a consultation for an inspection or common repair. General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing is able to look at your plumbing before you purchase a brand new residence or assess it for weakened spots once you´ve owned it. We can also answer your plumbing issues any moment on the phone or perhaps in person.

Our Creed

  • Honesty
  • Reliability
  • Quality

Honesty and reliability are what General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing is all about. We operate to to develop permanent relationships with our customers. General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing always strives to provide the best level of customer service possible. Make us your Concord plumber now!

Why Choose Us?

  • Insured
  • Certified
  • Licensed
  • Environmentally conscious
  • Up-front pricing
  • Written estimates
  • No overtime charges
  • Apartment owners welcome
  • Financing available
  • Emergency Service
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Our Concord Services

  • Residential Plumbing
  • Commercial Plumbing
  • Plumbing Repairs
  • Drain and Sewer Cleaning
  • Hydrojetting
  • Water Heaters
  • Leak Detection
  • Slab Leak Repairs
  • Re-piping
  • Trenchless Sewer Lateral Replacement
  • Video Camera Inspections

Concord Plumbing Experts Knowledgebase

  • How To Install PEX Plumbing In A Home From Start To Finish
    Publish Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2014 11:15:10 AM
    Learning how to install PEX plumbing in a new home consists of gathering the proper tools and then running the material. This material is designed to be used in place of conventional copper and PVC tubing. The flexibility of this material makes it ideal for installations that require a lot of bends and turns.
  • Toilet Replacement Without A Plumber
    Publish Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2014 07:54:58 AM
    If you're in the mood for a little DIY toilet installation, this article is for you! Read on to learn more.
  • Thawing Frozen Pipes In Your Home
    Publish Date: Thursday, February 27th, 2014 07:06:10 AM
    If you live in a cold climate where your area experiences freezing temperatures in the winter, especially temperatures below freezing, you may have experienced or one day have to deal with the problem of frozen pipes. Frozen pipes, if they should break, can cause significant water damage to your home and your property inside it, when the frozen water thaws and sprays out of the broken pipes. You not only have broken pipes and fixtures that need repair, you may also flood your home with water. If your pipes have frozen and you notice indications that a pipe has broken, do not attempt to thaw the pipe. Call a plumber immediately. But if one or more of your pipes are frozen and do not appear broken, you can attempt to thaw them yourself.
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