Please call us with confidence knowing that we are doing everything to fight this battle.
Don’t take it personally if we keep our distance while repairing your plumbing. Our most important concern is your well being.
We hope our focus on the best technical edge on our customers’ behalf these past few years serves us well in meeting all these challenges. We are taking our precautions seriously, and want you to know we are happy to accomodate customer requests. Keep in mind, drain cleaning and other common plumbing repairs can often be done WITHOUT entering your home.
We are also now open Sundays to meet new demand presented by these unprecedented circumstances.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any specific requests and get your repair done fast, fairly priced and always with your safety in mind.
Since introducing Hydro Jetting Plumbing to our list of services at Rocket Plumbing here in Los Angeles, we have noticed something. Many of our customers who have been getting snaking and rootering from competitors are calling us now. Why? When build-up in drains from rust or corrosion, or years of grease going thru the pipes have caused drain clogs, these new customers realize that snaking the drain only pokes a hole in these obstructions. We show them video from our sewer camera pinpointing where the blockage is and there it is… that hole in the clog that never actually ever disappears. The snaking or rootering is a temporary solution. Call Rocket Plumbing in Los Angeles now to get a plumber to your home or business “Rocket Fast!” The cost of hydro jetting service with our plumbing service is only about twice the cost of drain cleaning with a snake. For that, the benefits are: – The clog is GONE, not temporarily “band aided” – You will not need to call out a Los Angeles plumber to poke a hole thru that clog every year – It prolongs the life of the pipe or drain, saving big $$ for a potential crisis repair With the technologically superior Hydro Jetting now our standard drain cleanings solutions, we don’t get call backs for the same issue. Put it this way… if those other plumbing companies’ customers pay twice for a snake that a hydro-Jet would have solved, then it’s plain to READ MORE
We love our Rocket Plumbing customers. In the video posted below, we highlight 4 of our favorite reviews from past years. It takes a lot of hard work to earn a customer’s gratitude. We in turn are grateful that our customers find the time out of their day to pass along their experience with our licensed and professional plumbers. Every body has a bad day, now and then. And human communication is perilous with innocent misunderstanding. If you ever have a sub par experience with any representative of our company, Brian McMahon, proprietor of Rocket Plumbing, will always seek to get to the bottom of the matter personally, and do his best to bridge the gap from dissatisfaction to contentment. We take customer satisfaction seriously, and work hard to deliver on our promise of excellent service, fast as possible repairs, and steering our customers from manufacturers whose products won’t last or do the job. Read our Reviews by going here: our Google Plumber Reviews Rocket Plumbing has been in business now for over 6 years. We recently added a major new service to our list of plumbing repairs. Have you ever had your drains rootered or snaked? We now offer a better technological solution to clogged drains. Our California locations now can use our Mongoose Hydro Jet to clear the toughest of blockages. Hydro Jetting Plumbing is superior to older technology because it is not only much more thorough in clearing the walls of the pipes of the hardest caked READ MORE
We love to come to the rescue of our Culver City customers when they need Plumbing Repairs. This city inside of greater Los Angeles, population 39k+, is just a few miles south of our location here near Rancho Park. If you are a resident of Culver City, and ever need your water heater checked or replaced with the new Tankless water heaters, or have a major sewer drain problem that will require only the best fix, like our Hydro Jet Plumber service, give us a call at (323) 992-6477 Did you know… The city was named after its founder, Harry Culver Since the 1920s, Culver City has been a center for motion picture and later television production The Los Angeles International Airport is located only 7 miles south of the city Sony Pictures Entertainment is the city’s largest employer, at last count 3k+ The two primary ZIP codes for Culver City are 90230 and 90232 Culver City is at 34°0’28?N 118°24’3?W Antioch University Los Angeles is located on Corporate Point, off Slauson Avenue Culver City is served by its own police force, the Culver City Police Department, located at 4040 Duquesne Avenue Culver City is served by its own fire department, the Culver City Fire Department, has its headquarters located at 9600 Culver Boulevard Only 19 minute drive from Beverly Hills. Rocket Plumbing at Your Service At Any Time, and only minutes away to help you with: -Clogged Drains -Hydro Jet Sewer Drain Cleaning -Grease Trap Cleaning -Sewer Drain Camera inspections -Tankless Water READ MORE
We have been getting questions lately about our service area, and this one pops up quite alot. “Do you serve Beverly Hills?” For sure, we do. Don’t hesitate to call Rocket Plumbing if your home or office in the Beverly Hills and surrounding areas needs a clogged drain, sewer drain rootering or hydro jetting, or just need your water heater checked. It shouldn’t be any surprise to see Rocket Plumbing trucks driving thru the 90210. Even the Rodeo Drive shopping district sometimes needs a plumber. This little area, population of 34,109, got it’s major start in our country based on something we plumbers have to manage every day… water. According to Wikipedia: Beverly Hills was incorporated in 1914 by a group of investors who had failed to find oil, but found water instead and eventually decided to develop it into a town. Call our Los Angeles location at (323) 992-6477
Rocket Plumbing is committed to bring the best solutions to bear on our Los Angeles customers various plumbing repairs. A new machine we are excited about is the Hydro-jet. If we are to professionally and expeditiously deliver on our promise of top customer service and the best plumbing repair solutions, taking our tools seriously is part the work involved. This tool for the toughest, greasiest, compacted drains can be cleaned with our Hydro-Jetting system. There is nothing else like it out there. In our mission to assist in maintaining a healthy plumbing system throughout your home or business, the Hydro-jet deserves consideration. Hydro-jetting is the process of using water under high pressure to scour the pipe walls clean of grease, debris, roots, sand or dirt and flush it all out and away downstream. The Hydro-jetting service is unique in that it is the only process that can actually clean your lines. Because of this, hydro-jetting has become the industry standard for sewer and drain cleaning. The old way has been to use “snaking” or “rootering”. While using a cable to “snake” through a line and punch thru a blockage, it still left only a hole in the blockage. So by it’s nature, that is only a temporary fix. See the image below to appreciate the engineering quality that has gone into crafting this terrific tool, that cuts down the risk of a pipe or sewer line disaster, and keeps every thing flowing just as intended.
Hello everyone! We want to wish everyone a happy and safe Memorial day weekend. Wondering how to celebrate? How to enjoy the day off in this great country? Below is a list of celebrations listed by areas our Plumbing locations serve. To all our Rocket Plumbing customers, eat well, be well, and make more memories today to be grateful for. In Los Angeles: Memorial Day observances in Los Angeles County will include a parade in Canoga Park, a ceremony at the Los Angeles National Cemetery in Westwood and a Mass celebrated by Archbishop Jose H. Gomez in Mission Hills. In Santa Monica: The Woodlawn Cemetery 80th Annual Memorial Day Observance 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT Free parking can be found at Santa Monica College’s Lot 4 at 16th St. & Pico Blvd. Santa Monica College’s Lot 6 at 14th and Pico Blvd. is $5. There will be shuttle service to the Cemetery from both lots and the Elks Lodge at 1040 Pico Blvd. Big Blue Bus Lines 7, Rapid 7, 41, and 42 serve the Cemetery.
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We came across this really terrific data about how much Water Heater Repair can cost. Their summation is: National Average $526 Typical Range $206 – $846 Low End $95 High End $1,338 We want to share with you this terrific information, and then share our own thoughts afterwards. Read the whole thing: The national average cost to repair a water heater is $526. The typical range for repairs is $206 and $846, though homeowners have spent as little as $100 and as much as $1,300. There is nothing worse than waking up on a frigid winter morning to a cold shower because the water heater that is on the fritz, or worse, has completely died! Conventional water heaters are relatively simple and straightforward in the way that they operate, so there are only a few things that can malfunction. Cold water enters the tank and is heated by an electric element or gas burner. As the water heats, pressure builds inside the tank. When you turn on a tap, pressure sends hot water out of the faucet. Problems could be as simple as a pilot light that has gone out, a circuit breaker that has tripped, or a thermostat that is broken. The average thermostat replacement cost is between $100-$300. Most other repairs are equally affordable. There are two main types: gas and electric. A gas unit works by way of a gas flame while an electric one works using electric elements, or coils. The two types have similar life spans and READ MORE
Brian McMahon, ownerRocket Plumbing Tankless Water Heaters have changed quite a bit since I was first trained and certified to install them. While the benefits of immediate on-demand luxurious hot water and energy savings have always been there, another benefit with these water heaters was not there 13 years ago… ease of installation. Don’t get me wrong, these tankless water heaters are quite the project. However, back in 2005, our quotes for them had to be $1000 more than today’s installations for a very good reason… Venting. You see, back then, we had to use 5″ metal outbound pipe to vent heat and energy. This pipe in most homes had to be built from scratch, and necessarily meant cutting thru walls to get the exit out into the outdoors. Today, we can use PVC pipe, which is much easier for plumbers to work with. We can get this part of the project done so much quicker, that our estimates for tankless water heater installation is, as I said, $1000 cheaper than in the mid 2000s. It’s one of the things that energizes me about the plumbing industry… constant innovation and change with the tools, materials, and ever improving engineering forces the industry to constantly improve our living standards. If you have any interest in Tankless Water Heaters. NOTE: if you are reading this in Los Angeles, give us a call at (323) 992-6477 What Are The Benefits Of A Tankless Water Heater? Tankless units (also READ MORE
This is a story from January 7th, which is a cautionary tale for all restaurateurs. Sewage Spill into Marina del Rey #BeachClosure Advisory: Avoid water 100 yards up coast and down coast of the Ballona Creek outfall due to a sewage spill affecting beaches. Call 1-800-525-5662 for 24 hr beach conditions or visit https://t.co/nsj5vctr15 — LA Public Health (@lapublichealth) January 8, 2018 Los Angeles County health officials have closed parts of the beach around Marina del Rey after a 1,100-gallon sewage spill. Beachgoers were advised Sunday to avoid the water 100 yards up and down the coast next to the Ballona Creek outfall, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. Officials said a sewer line blocked by grease caused the sewage to enter the storm drain that leads directly into the marina. It was not immediately clear late Sunday how long the closure would be in effect. Visitors can still go to the dry areas of the beach. Did you catch that? GREASE build up in a sewer line. It has been our experience that restaurants are particularly susceptible to these types of emergencies. The average restaurant should have their grease traps cleared out every 3 months. If you are a high volume eatery doing extremely well, it might even be prudent to do that every month. Not only do you want to prevent a catastrophe that could shut down your business for a day or two, creating a PR nightmare, but can you imagine dealing with READ MORE