May 25th, 2020
Just because you want to save some money doesn’t mean you’re cheap! These days, our dollars just don’t always seem to stretch as far as they once did. Of course, there are pretty simple ways that you can cut back on certain expenditures. Brewing your coffee at home, for instance, or bringing your lunch to the office rather than eating out regularly. There are other areas where you really don’t want to compromise, though, like running your AC in hot weather.
Using water in your home is another area where you aren’t really going to be cutting back on costs, right? It’s not like you can just stop doing the dishes and washing your clothes! We definitely would not advocate for anything as extreme as that, but the fact is that there are plenty of ways in which you can easily go about cutting back on your water bills. Sometimes all it takes is a few tips from your Sunny Plumber in Corona!
May 11th, 2020
When you interact with anything as much as you do your plumbing system, it is easy to start taking the subject at hand for granted. As anyone that has dealt with plumbing problems knows, however, it becomes very clear very quickly that these systems should not be taken for granted. Ever. Why? Because any disruption to your plumbing system’s performance is going to result in a disruption to your daily routine! That’s why you need to be careful about what you put down the drain.
It may not sound like the most major concern, especially for those of you that have a good garbage disposal in place. Just keep in mind, however, that it’s not something as absurd as shoving a canteloupe down the drain that typically causes drain clogs in Corona, CA. Instead, it’s usually just putting reasonable amounts of the wrong materials down your drain. Garbage disposal in place or no, there are some things that are best destined for the trash barrel!
April 27th, 2020
If your sewer line were to break, or you had a basement full of water, you’d probably be in plumbing emergency mode. You’d waste no time in getting one of our Sunny Plumbers out to your property, fast, and you’d expect us to fix the problem in a swift manner. However, other problems with your plumbing in Corona, CA, may not elicit as immediate a reaction. Keep in mind that just because something is not an obvious emergency doesn’t mean it’s not a priority.
Take low water pressure, for instance. There’s a reason we’re dedicating an entire blog post to the subject. This is one of those issues that we simply see too many homeowners take too lightly. And sometimes, that can have some pretty serious consequences for those overly confident homeowners. Fact is that it’s not always just a minor annoyance and, if you ask us, even a minor annoyance is more than you should be willing to put up with with your plumbing system!
April 13th, 2020
Generally speaking, most homes have the highest concentration of plumbing fixtures in two areas. These are the kitchen, and the bathroom. We’re not trying to say that one is more important than the other, but we would go so far as to say that the inconvenience of not having a working toilet in the house may be a bit more substantial than not being able to use the kitchen sink for a day or two. Neither is great, of course.
This is exactly why it’s so important that you’re aware of some common signs of trouble with bathroom plumbing systems. There is no way that you’re going to avoid all issues with your bathroom plumbing over the years. Nobody’s luck is that good. However, catching problems with your bathroom plumbing in Corona, CA, early on is definitely going to be your best bet for keeping the repercussions of those problems minimal. Let us know if you have any bathroom plumbing worries!
March 30th, 2020
We will never understand why wonderful folks like our customers are willing to compromise on certain issues. Now, don’t get us wrong. Compromise is very important. If you’re never willing to bend on anything, you’re going to have a pretty rough go of it in the grand scheme of things. Certain matters, however, don’t deserve your compromise. The water coming into your water is one of these matters. So let us ask you this—are you 100% satisfied with your water quality in Corona, CA?
If you said no, don’t worry. You’re in luck! Luck, you might be asking yourself. How is poor water quality luck? Well, the problem itself is not lucky, but the fact that you’re reading this right now is! Or you’re just very well-informed. Because our Sunny Plumbers are definitely the ones that you want on the case. Whatever concerns you may have about the quality of the water in your home, you can count on us to put them to rest!
March 16th, 2020
It is very easy to take hot water in your home for granted, and this is very unfortunate. You have to remember that you use hot water for many different tasks and chores around your home. Washing the dishes, doing the laundry, your hot shower to wake you up in the morning—hot water, one and all! And okay, maybe you don’t take the availability of hot water for granted. But are you taking its price for granted?
No, we don’t mean you’re undervaluing the amount that you pay for hot water. Just that you may be used to paying a certain amount while not realizing that it may be more than you should be paying. Take into account standby energy loss, for instance. This can really reduce the overall energy efficiency of your tank water heater in Corona, CA—and you may not even know what that phrase means! We’ll take a look at standby energy loss today, and ways in which to curtail it.
March 2nd, 2020
Certain systems in our homes share some common traits, regardless of how unique the construction of those homes may be. Plumbing systems, for instance, may have some variation from home to home, but they are always going to have similar components. Perhaps the most common is the pipe. In fact, you could go so far as to say that pipes are the basic foundation of any plumbing system. That’s why problems with pipes are so serious.
As much as our skilled plumbers would love to prevent any and all problems from developing with your pipes, this is simply not possible. At some point, you can count on running into plumbing pipe issues. When that happens, you really want to catch those problems as soon as possible. As is typically the case, early intervention is your best bet for minimizing any damages to your system. Let our plumbers service your pipes in Corona, CA.
February 17th, 2020
If we were to ask you how much time you spend thinking about your sewer line on an average day, well—we’d hope you say something along the lines of “what are you talking about?” Chances are that you give your sewer line very little thought, and we’re not really here to tell you that this is wrong. We are here to tell you, however, that you at least need to understand what the warning signs are that your sewer line is in need of service.
Trust us when we say that it’s best not to be totally caught off-guard by a sewer line in distress. The nature of your sewer line’s function means that any problems with it can devolve into not just a very inconvenient but also an extremely unhygienic situation quite quickly. By scheduling sewer line services in Corona at the very first sign of trouble, you ensure that you’re minimizing any such risks for you and your family.
February 3rd, 2020
It is probably not too surprising to hear that plumbing leaks are the most common problems that homeowners encounter with their plumbing systems in Corona, CA—and everywhere else, really. With all of the plumbing pipes, fixtures, appliances, and connections that we have in our modern homes and on our property, it’s really only a matter of time before a plumbing leak of some kind develops. Unfortunately, some folks mistake the common nature of plumbing leaks as meaning they’re not a big deal.
That’s a very dangerous attitude to have. Plumbing leaks come in a lot of shapes and sizes, and some will obviously be a bit more urgent than others. If you ask us, though, all plumbing leaks really ought to be dealt with immediately. We’ve yet to really see a leak just fix itself, so it’s going to require professional intervention at some point. Why not get out ahead of the problem before it spawns even bigger issues?
January 20th, 2020
Well, we suppose that makes us the drain doctors then, doesn’t it? We much prefer the title of Sunny Plumbers, but whatever you want to call us, trust us on this—scour jetting is the solution that you need when your drains in Corona, CA, just are not cooperating. No, not when they are so backed up that you cannot even flush your toilet or take a shower—though it can certainly help in that case. We’re talking about when drains are showing signs of trouble.
That’s when you should be taking action. The gurgling, bubbling, etc. Those early signs of trouble need to be taken seriously, and you need to act on them if you are serious about getting the best performance possible from the drains in your home. Remember, the chances of you actually resolving a clog in your drains effectively, especially once they’re at the point of really backing things up, is truly slim to none.