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Backflow preventers ensure that the water entering your home is clean and drinkable. These devices stop dirty water from flowing into your plumbing system and endangering... Read More
Electronic leak detection is used for locating leaks on underground water lines. Leaks above the slab and under raised foundations are not discernible with conventional... Read More
Whether the faucet is part of a kitchen sink, bathroom sink, bathtub or shower, laundry room, or even a water shut-off valve, our experts have the knowledge and experience to... Read More
A garbage disposal is an incredibly convenient appliance to have in order to easily dispose of food remnants and wash them down the drain, instead of storing them in trash... Read More
Contrary to popular belief, plumbing doesn't always involve water. Sometimes, it concerns gas, which can be just as important to your household. Gas allows you to cook, heat... Read More
Do you leave the faucet or shower running for a few minutes before hot water comes out? If so, you're not only wasting water, but your current recirculating system... Read More
Hydro Jetting is a process in which your sewer pipes are scoured by streams of high-pressure water shooting out of a hose at up to 3,500 psi.These high-pressure streams... Read More
Water pressure regulators control both the water pressure and the flow rate of the incoming water supply into your home. Regulators are used to allow high-pressure water... Read More
There is nothing better than having peace of mind. We at American Plumbing Services, Inc. can provide that for you in terms of having a well maintained plumbing system... Read More
As the pipes of your home's plumbing system age, corrosion takes place and these pipes need to be replaced. Repiping helps to solve common issues such as leaks, slab leaks... Read More
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are in excess of 113,854, 500 sewer systems utilized in the United States. There are two types of systems used... Read More
One of the most common plumbing problems for any homeowner is a clogged drain. Although some drains are easily taken care of, many will resist do-it-yourself efforts to fix... Read More
Video line inspection allows us to see inside your pipes and find out the cause of your plumbing issues. By inserting a small camera into. By inserting a small camera into your... Read More
Septic system damages can create a costly and messy ordeal. Although there are some fixes you can do on your own, like repair a leaking pipe, you should not attempt to fix or replace your septic system alone... Read More
Pumps are an important part of every plumbing system in residential and commercial buildings. Sump pumps are used for drainage purposes to prevent overflow or flooding in areas that are closer to water tables like a basement... Read More
Is your toilet leaking water or not flushing? Toilets are one of the plumbing fixtures most people take for granted in their homes, and it's the one fixture that needs to be fixed immediately if there is a problem... Read More
Many homeowners today automatically assume that they will need to dig up their existing sewer line in order to have it repaired or replaced. Thanks to sewer repair technology... Read More
Whether you need a new water heater or you’ve run into problems with your existing water heater and want it repaired, we are the Antelope Valley's most competent, and... Read More
Contact us today to have one of our knowledgeable professionals help you with any of your plumbing needs.