Fair Oaks, CA
HVAC Contractors and Plumbers in Fair Oaks, CA
It shouldn’t be a hassle to locate an excellent plumber or hire a skilled HVAC contractor for your home or commercial building. In fact, all you have to do is call Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating & Air. We’re a licensed and insured plumbing and HVAC company serving Fair Oaks, CA. We’ve been in business since 1976 and focus on seeing that all our customers receive “Customer Service the Way It Used to Be!”
We provide Fair Oaks with the best in home services including:
- Plumbing Repair and Install
- Professional Water Heater Plumber Services
- Drain Clearing & Rooter Services
- Air Conditioning Repair & Replacement
- Heating Replacement, Maintenance, & Repair
Plus we provide 24–hour emergency service and free estimates!
We Serve The Following Zip Codes in Fair Oaks, CA:
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Even a small home contains a complex plumbing system that must receive work from licensed professional plumbers from time to time. This isn’t a field for amateurs! To ensure your plumbing receives the best service from plumbers who care, contact Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating & Air. We work with sewer lines, septic tanks, water lines, bathroom and kitchen plumbing, sump pumps, leak detection, and anything else you may need for a healthy and helpful plumbing system. We’re ready to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
for Fair Oaks, CA
Peter - Fair Oaks, CA
Very detailed and explained well. .
Service was absolutely outstanding.
Nancy - Fair Oaks, CA
Service was absolutely outstanding. Very professional, courteous and very informative. I know exactly the problem by his explanation and caring.
Martin - Fair Oaks, CA
Great guy Very professional Excellent craftsmanship
Martin - Fair Oaks, CA
Very nice guy Professional Knowledgeable Respectful Thank you
Morris - Fair Oaks, CA
Larry does Good job and is very friendly
Chuck - Fair Oaks, CA
Kevin was On Time, Professional and AWESOME!!! He did a great job identifying and fixing the problem quickly and professionally.
Responded quickly on a Saturday to clogged kitchen drain
Dave - Fair Oaks, CA
Very thorough, stayed with agreed cost even though project took much longer initially expected. Very courteous. I will use again, and recommend Crystal Blue!
Hard working, excellent people skills, quality job!
sheila - Fair Oaks, CA
What a great job! Tom and his crew were very pleasant to work with and took the time to fully understand the problem we had with an outdoor drain. They were thorough and cleaned up after solving the problem. I'd recommend Crystal blue Plumbing any time.
gustavo - Fair Oaks, CA
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of a shower valve failure. Client stated that she has been using a guest bathroom shower that's normally not in use. Client stated that it was difficult to turn off the water she had to use both hands, and when she did she heard something break inside. Technician opened up face plate and found broken cartridge to be part of problem. Technician also inspected other shower components to ensure no issues. This proposal is to repair single handle shower cartridgeTechnician remove the existing Moen posi temp cartridge. Technician installed new posi temp cartridge. Technician tested to ensure proper operation and installation. Technician clean work area of all trash and debris and pulled off.
Performed annual ac maintenance on a Goodman split system, upflow garage side yard. Cleaned exterior of unit. Changed disposable filter 20-25-1. Ran furnace to warm house up to get more accurate numbers, cooler day. Visual inspection of system in garage found a air leak at the back to of unit, see pictures and video. Recommend sealing it. Someone cut the back half of the beauty plate off from the flue pipe going thru the drywall. This is just for looks. Refrigerant pressures low, see picture but a cool on and off rainy day, so we just need to keep watching refrigerant pressure to make sure no leaks. Dual capacitor new ok in range. Contactor pitting starting to burn, ok for now will keep an eye on it to see if it gets worse. All wires tight and no burnt or loose connections. Control board ok at this timeResigning back up for another year of maintenance and repaired air leak in supply plenum, removed old falling off tape, and then re taped and sealed plenum. See before and after pictu
This would be replacing the electrical whip and wiring from the disconnect to the unit. Replaced high voltage wiring, and tested system, system operational at this time. Called to collect could get thru to client. Left message to call and pay.
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to perform annual plumbing maintenance inspection. Technician spoke with clients about any issues they've been encountering and performed full inspection of home's plumbing system. Technician found water heater to be quite old and will supply proposal to replace.
Customer wants a new stainless steel undermount sink in the kitchen to be installed, new kitchen faucet. Two lavatory faucets in the hall bathroom, and new trims for the shower and tub valve. Provided options on all except the sink and valves, will be waiting for options from Ferguson. Emailed the estimates I have to the customer and he will contact us when he decides to get the work done.
Performed ac diagnostic, found system very very dirty. Canâ€™t get accurate refrigerant numbers itâ€™s so bad. Need to clean coils and then test for proper refrigerant chargePerformed ac tune up per membership cleaned coils then tested system. Found system low charge. Need to charge system and recommend dying system with us dye so we can find leak when it goes low again.Add refrigerant and Dye to system to find leak if it goes low again. Charged system as best I could for cool raining day. System kept going into standby mode. But got refrigerant above freezing.Clients to call in if notice itâ€™s not cooling again. Also need to look into outdoor temp sensor that broke.
Performed annual ac tune up. Split system closet backyard. Found system in rough shape. Condenser coils very dirty gave system a water bath. Found high voltage whip to chewed thru, see pictures. Had to remove metal mesh from unit to service the unit. Electrical compartment full of debris. See pictures. Low voltage wire to condenser not attached correctly. Blew low voltage fuse at unit because wires were rubbing and not connected correctly. Refrigerant pressures ok for wet cooler day. Blower motor makes noise at start up, not over amping at 5is time needmtomkeep an eye on it.System was in pretty rough shape recommend replacing the electrical power whip to ac. See quote. Also system needs,regular maintenance if you want it to last.
Customer has a bad cast-iron Santee underneath hallway of home going over to hallway bathroom. The system is down in cast iron. This will require us to cut out the old cast-iron Santee where itâ€™s leaking and replace with new 2 inch ABS Santee. We will transition from cast iron to ABS using Husky bands.
Water pressure at 60 PSI which is the man water hardness three green harness which is ideal interior of home inspected due to customer request thankless water heater your
Performed Ac diagnostic package unit roof. Found system low on refrigerant again. Client doesnâ€™t want to spend anymore money, client upset that after the system was charged last week now itâ€™s not working. Client wants there money back, I told them I would ask. But since they didnâ€™t do the recommended repair last visit not sure. The system is low on refrigerant again needs to be charged and dyed to find the leak in the system. System is blowing air just not cooling, lines freezing up. Went over options with client. They are going to get another company out for second opinion.Refrigerant pressures 24/259 r410a
Performed a.c. maintenance in fair oaks. Unit is a rheem package unit on side of house. Unit had a lot of debris in compressor compartment so I removed them. Washed coils down with hose to improve efficiency. Checked all electrical and is okay. Capacitor was changed in 2017 and is okay and in range. Checked blower motor and does not have alot of dust buildup on it. Duct work looks okay and in tact.
Found system on and running, just runs a lot longer than normal. Got on roof performed visual inspections found system appears to be low on refrigerant. Filter clean, coil clean. Hooked up refrigerant gauges verified low charge. That can either be a bad txv/metering device or low charge. Need to add a few lbs of refrigerant to see. System holds 8.8 lbs of refrigerant. So probably going to need around 3 lbs. if low recommend adding up dye and leak stop so if it leaks out again we can find it.This would be to add r410a to system per lb system needed 3 lbs of refrigerantNo gaurentee on how long it will last. If problem consists will need to dye system to try and find leak
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of elite under a bathroom sink. Technician discovered client had hired a handyman to perform a repair on a leak from a supply line at bathroom sink. Unit is an older condo located on the second floor with the original one-piece compression angle stop and corrugated metal supply line. Supply line had been jaggedly ripped off of angle stop. Technician recommended replacement with quarter turn angle stop. Technician will provide disposal. Technician will replace one under sink angle stop. Technical replace dangle stop under sink. Technician turned water back on to home. Technician cleaned work area of all trash and debris. Technician pulled off.
Performed furnace diagnostic, unknown age Goodman gas package unit roof Fair oaks. System in pretty rough shape in need of some maintenance. Recommended signing up on maintenance plan to try and lengthen the life of the system. Found unit turns on runs inducer, then goes to spark ignite and shuts off board led goes off nothing still getting 24v and 240v. Switched board and tested system. Unit reached dispersed temp and cycled off on its own.Signed up on annual maintenance plan, option.
Returned to install a 15psi gauge for customer. The inspector requested that. Installed gauge and ensured that water heater lit before departure.
This option to remove toilet in the bathroom and cut out existing flange. We will rheem out the pipe where the original band failed due to not enough piping left for the band to grab onto. We will rebuild the flange and reset the toilet. We will check for leaks and assure that everything is working as it should. If pipe is unable to be rheemed then whole assembly of abs that includes the two toilets and flanges and the sink lines would need to be removed and tied back into. Rheeming the pipe is not the best option. I let the customer know this. Returned to remove toilet and Rheem out pipe to put new toilet flange in. Installed and tested for leaks. Strapped pipe. Collected payment and emailed customer.
Called client to go over yesterdayâ€™s invoice.
Upon arrival customer has a toilet that is rocking leaking from the base of the toilet. Underneath the house at the flange for that toilet going into the double Y the piece that was cut for the abs was too short to support the band and has collapsed. I gave an option to pull the toilet redo the flange and to rheem the pipe and rebuild which was not the best option. I gave the better option instead of rheeming to rebuild both flanges and waste assemblyâ€™s fo the waste for bot toilets, and tiring back into the sinks. Customer was not expecting the repair and will discuss with his wife to come to a decision. I uploaded photos and emailed estimates.
Out to give estimates on replacement of equipment, 2 ton split under home. And 2 ton split in attic. Grey ducts ok shape need to be sealed. Attic unit very tight. See picturesRecommend variable speed furnace for upstairs unit due to the placement of unit. Right next to return.
Customer has a slow draining toilet that needs to be cleared, nd a running shower. Presented estimates and he would like to ask maintenance if they can fix the issues.
Package unit on side of house. Older system. Tested system, system operational. Indoor coil rusting, no drain line exterior of unit. System working for now.Split system under house. High efficiency furnace 90 percent. Tight crawl best equipment access thru garage hatch. grey ducts under home. drain line for furnace doesnâ€™t exit home, see pictures. Running the pvc drain for the furnace to the exterior of home under deck. Sloped line. System operational for now.Signed back up for another year of service. Both systems. Need to come back in a few months for ac checks.
Crystal blue plumbing will run a dedicated gas line from the gas meter to the stove. We will run in 3/4â€ pipe and go through the outside house vent. We will run wardflex flexible piping approx 35 feet to stove, we will downsize to 1/2â€ right before fitting and pop up through the floor and come up about 3â€ from ground and leave a gas shut off valve. Crystal blue is not doing the permit process, but we are making sure the work is done to code and that the sizing matches their appliances.This should have a helper for the job.3/12 Returned to install 3/4â€ dedicated gas line for the kitchen stove. I teeâ€™d off from the meter in 3/4â€ hard pipe and hard piped going through the crawl space vent for 18â€. Then transitioned to 3/4â€ track pipe and ran that line to the stove. I reduced down to 1/2â€ hard pipe right before stubbing up into house. I installed a gas valve and installed customer gas fitting that matches his stove. I strapped the pipe and strapped the track pipe dow
We will tee off under the house gas line 9 ft, and will go to wardflex flexible gas piping and run that to the kitchen to where the customer would like his stove. We will drill and pop up and install the appropriate gas valve for stove. The customer is remodeling kitchen and will be gutted at time of work to be performed. We will clean up and test for leaks when work is complete. We will remove the ice maker line that is previously there and we will extend the ice maker line to where the customer would now like his fridge which is in the spot the oven is currently at. This will be when the kitchen is under construction and during the remodel.3/11 upon arrival crawled house and noticed that the line going in is 3/4â€, but only for about five feet and would not be sufficient to add a stove by tying in. Explained to the customer his BTuâ€™s at this appliances and that to make sure that we do not run into a starvation problem with his fixtures that we should run a dedicated 3/4 gas lin
Tech showed up to install for another tech. Installed 1/2 hp badger five garbage disposal and insinkerator above cabinet switch. Installed and tested for leaks. No faults or leaks at this time. Collected the balance, uploaded pictures, and emailed customer.