Plumber Porterville

Porterville Plumbers

In 1976 Quik Rooter and Plumbing Inc. was founded servicing just one location in Bakersfield, California. Today Quik Rooter and Plumbing Inc. has grown to a professional plumber Porterville as well as six counties and ten cities across central and northern California. At Quik Rooter, we attribute our success to a company wide policy of offering the highest quality service at affordable rates. Every Quik Rooter plumber is both trained and equipped with the latest tools and technology to address any of your needs with professionalism and efficiency. It is our goal to insure that every customer is pleased with their service and continues to call us for all of their future plumbing, drain cleaning and septic system needs. The combination of over 30 years of experience coupled with our commitment to hiring only the most qualified employees allows Quik-Rooter and Plumbing Inc. to offer an average response rate of an hour or less. You can call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and expect a prompt response and superior service.

How can I determine if I am experiencing a plumbing problem?
Plumbing can be defined as a system of pipes, tubing, fixtures, faucets and appliances responsible for distributing water or gas and disposing of sewage and waste in the residential, municipal, agricultural, or industrial setting. A plumbing problem can take on many forms including, a leak in or around the faucets, tubing, pipes or fixtures in your bathroom, kitchen or laundry room or problems with a drain or appliance such as a garbage disposal, water heater or dishwasher. A Quik Rooter Plumber is not only prepared with any necessary plumbing material but also trained and knowledgeable on all plumbing concepts including installation, maintenance and repairs of appliances, piping, drains, faucets and fixtures.

Plumbing Service Porterville

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  • Clogged Drains
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  • Faucets and Fixtures
  • Any and All Plumbing Services

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Tools and terms commonly used in Plumbing:
Hydro Jetting: Is normally used to clear lines 1 1/2 inch or larger of blockages. Hydro jetting is an often inexpensive, efficient and timesaving means to remedy a blocked drain. Every Quik Rooter plumber is equipped with a variety of hydro jetting tips and heads to deliver the appropriate high-pressure stream of water and clear your drain of any material that is causing a blockage.

Video Inspection: A service used to locate the source of a blockage or to find a hidden leak by having a plumber feed a camera attached to a line of cable down a drain or pipe. The camera allows you to see inside the pipe by sending a video to a television screen. Video inspection technology is especially useful if you are experiencing repeated blockages in your home. Repeated blockages are a sign that there may be a bad section in your pipe caused by a breakage or invasion of tree roots. Video inspection can be used to find the precise area in your line where there is a blockage, breakage or invasion of tree roots.

Trench-less sewer line replacement: Is a new technology in the world of plumbing that helps to eliminate the need to dig trenches in order to replace sewer lines. In trench-less sewer line replacement steel cables and high-pressured hydraulic pumps are used to remove dirt and clear a path underground to insert new pipe. Trench-less sewer line replacements are advantageous in that customers are able to get around expensive replacements of new landscaping, cement or asphalt.

Valves and fittings: Fittings are used by plumbers to join two pieces of straight pipe or tubing in the required angle or to connect two different sizes of pipe in order to maneuver the stream of liquid in a desired manner. Elbows, barbs, nipples, plugs, tees, crosses and caps are all types of common fittings. Valves control the stream of water or gas flow by opening or blocking a certain pathway. A hot or cold water tap, valves connected to hot water heater systems, dishwashers or those fitted to washing machines or controlling gas flow are all forms of valves. Rest assured knowing every Quik Rooter plumber is an expert in every aspect of plumbing.

Plumbing fixtures: An end device designed to deliver or drain water for a particular use. Examples of plumbing fixtures include toilets, urinals, kitchen and bathroom sinks, bathtubs, showers, bidets, drinking fountains, connections for water hoses (hose bibs), and terminal valves for humidifiers, icemakers or dishwashers.

Faucet: A regulator used to control the flow of liquid. In layman's terms a faucet is often attached to a bathroom or kitchen sink and is the portion that delivers the water.

Washer: Are made of rubber or plastic and help to create a watertight seal often around valves. An example of a washer is an O-ring, which is used to seal around valve stems.

Thermocouple: Small electric generator, most commonly used on hot water heaters in the home. Electron flow between the hot junction of 1200 degrees F and cold junction of 600 degrees F creates millivoltage.

Pipe fitting: Is the occupation of repairing or installing tubing or piping systems. This work includes the selection and preparation of pipe or tubing, the process of joining it together with various techniques, and the location and repair of leaks.

Piping and tubing: Hollow cylinder or a tube used in plumbing to transports sewer, gas, waste and water. There are three main types of pipe used in plumbing: copper, galvanized steel or plastic. It's important to use the same type of pipe when making repairs or modifying existing systems.

Galvanized pipe: Commonly found in the supply lines of homes that are older than 20 years and is rarely used in new construction.

Plastic pipe: Are becoming more commonly used due to their durability, lightweight and ease of use. There are five main types of plastic pipe including: PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) -usually made in white and approved only for cold water use, PVC-DWV (Polyvinyl Chloride drain/ waste/vent)- also made in white and used in vent or drain waste systems , CPVC (Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride)-made in beige and are used in hot or cold water service lines Polybutylene- made usually in beige or gray flexible coils and is the only flexible pipe used on hot and cold service lines and Polyethylene-usually made in black and approved for cold water use. (ABS) or Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene is another form of rigid black plastic pipe used to repair and replace waste, drain or vent lines.

Copper pipe: Are made in four types, Type M- is the thinnest of the copper pipe and used for interior cold and hot water supply lines, Type L-used on interior hot and cold water supply lines, Type K-has the thickest walls and is used in underground lines in the supply system and Type DWV (drain/waste/vent) used for the vent and drain waste system.

Quik Rooter & Plumbing Inc.

Thank you for visiting Quik Rooter. We have a team of expert plumbers who specialize in General Plumbing, Water and Sewer Repair, Drain Cleaning and Septic Systems. We provide reliable plumbing service to Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare, and Kern County. QuikRooter has emergency assistance and can send expert technicians to Bakersfield, Fresno, and Visalia, California. Contact QuikRooter at 661-834-4013. For emergency plumbing assistance, please call us at 1-800-727-9533. QuikRooter is the Central Valley's #1 plumbing service provider.

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