HVAC Contractors and Plumbers in Folsom, CA
If you demand more from your professional HVAC contractor or plumber than simply “repairs today,” then Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating & Air is the company to call. We’ve been in business since 1976 and are fully licensed and insured. We are committed to making each customer a customer for life with exceptional service–that’s why our motto is “Customer Service the Way It Used to Be!”. We’ve been serving Folsom and the surrounding area for over 40 years, so we’ve seen it all.
We provide Folsom with the best in home services including:
- Plumbing Repair Services
- Water Heater Replacement & Installation
- Rooter & Drain Clearing
- AC Maintenance & Installation
- Heating Installation & Maintenance
We offer free estimates and 24–hour service.
We Serve The Following Zip Codes in Folsom, CA:
Our Plumbers Can See That Your Plumbing Is in Top Shape
“The best thing since indoor plumbing…” That’s a comparison used for many beneficial inventions. But indoor plumbing can become a major problem if it isn’t treated well–and that requires the work of licensed professional plumbers. Allowing amateurs to tamper with your home’s plumbing can lead to leaks, building damage, and water waste. To have any plumbing work done right the first time, put your trust in Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating & Air. Our services cover everything from leaky faucets to work on septic tanks and sewer lines.
for Folsom, CA
Gloria - Folsom, CA
Samuel was wonderful and we learned alot..He was friendly and professional. .a pleasure to meet an asset to your business
Jesse - Folsom, CA
Awesome service! Very professional & experienced.
Melinda - Folsom, CA
Scott was amazing! Very personable, professional & experienced. Amazing service!
Yvonne - Folsom, CA
Did the job well. Thank you.
Karen - Folsom, CA
June - Folsom, CA
Brandon did a great job! He explained everything very well! Thank you for your service
Karen - Folsom, CA
Gloria - Folsom, CA
Scott is such a hard worker and very efficient at explaining things to us..he is kind and courteous and polite. ..we really like this young man..thanks for coming today..
Mary - Folsom, CA
we were pleased with scott.. he knew what he was doing and the job. got done fast. i would use him again. thank you for a good job.
Karen - Folsom, CA
Customer wants to install a new gas line for a pool heater a little over 100 feet way from the meter, according to gas sizing chart the line needs to be 2 inches. Customer wants to take care of the digging and understands the ditch needs to be 22 inches deep to meet code requirements. Customer will also handle the one 10 foot spot where the pie needs to be bored or a tunnel dug out. Pricing includes permit fees and us handling the inspection process, customer will contact us when he is ready for the job to be completed.
Customer has a clogged toilet in the menâ€™s bathroom, third stall to the right. Removed a plastic product that someone stashed down the toilet, ran the auger pushing a partial clogg down the sewer line. Flushed the toilet multiple times with no issues, and provided a video of the toilet working now.
Performed annual A.c maintenance in Folsom. Unit is a Luxaire condenser on back of house. Checked coils and are dirty will wash off with hose to improve efficiency. Checked capacitor and is in range 44.9uf/4.9uf. All electrical is in good condition and no damaged or burnt wires. Safety disconnect is in appropriate location to side of unit. Checked duct work and is okay. Filter was just changed on 4-25-2020 no action needed there Condensate is draining properly no clogs. Vent temperature is 53degrees at all vents. Air flow to master bedroom is sufficient but no insulation in garage so heat rises up to that room. Checked unit for proper operation before leaving maintenance call.
This proposal includes a one year platinum membership with Crystal Blue for a single plumbing visit and two heating and air visits. Technician performed whole home evaluation and found everything to be working in proper order. Technician tested water heater and flushed it of buildup. Technician cleaned work area of all trash and debris. Technician supplied proposal to replace water heater. Tech collected signatures and payment.
Performed diagnostic found new unit tripping breaker, new breaker, tripping. Replaced the breaker under warranty and tested breaker. Added noalox
Upon arrival found unit with vibration noise vibrating in ceiling. found cause to be from small vibration from unit which is normal but the vibration is causing hot water copper line to vibrate against unit. installed some cork tape around pipe to prevent the vibration from vibrating against the metal casing
On arrival found water buckets underneath air handler in ceiling. carefully removed screws dumped panel to one side emptying water into a bucket. inspected system found somebody has installed an aftermarket condensation pump condensation pump has failed Is not working anymore. my recommendation is to install system back to a natural gravity flow drain and not rely on the condensation pump to pump water out. Found both blower motor assemblyâ€™s completely plugged as well as eve app coil plugged system needs to be cleaned to allow for better airflow and to prevent any problems.
Performed annual ac maintenance split system. Goodman 24 yr old system. Tested system, zoned system working correctly at this time. out side unit is pretty loud. Need to watch growth next to outdoor unit. Tested system refrigerant ok. Electrical compartment showing age, Contactor starting to burn. Dual capacitor has been replaced. Unit needs a good bath. System draining correctly out of primary drain.
Performed estimate for whole house fan, quite cool. Need to put in in ceiling 2-3 bays from in front of furnace closet. Will need to run power, and add a small platform. Estimate good for 30 days.
Customer has had water build up underneath her home and wants to have a sump pump installed. The left front side of the home nearest the opening in the closet is the lowest point. Electrical is about 10 feet away in the front room, drilling a hole through a step. Took pictures of the customers ducting underneath the home as well since some have been sitting in water and have lost there protective cover. Will contact dispatch on Monday to schedule and hvac tech determine if this is an issue.
Gave estimates for replacement with smud qualifying equipment
Customer had another technician out that installed a new shower cartridge, now the handle doesnâ€™t tighten down, it leaks, and it doesnâ€™t go all the way to hot. Turned the water off and removed the cartridge, it looked off a bit so reseated it and turned the water on with no leaks. The cartridge has a scald guard so I turned the temperature up on it and the customer gets hot water now.Handle is missing the set screw that the technician drilled out, purchased a new set screw and tightened the handle down. Customer is happy and now everything works as it should.
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of a leaking shower. Client also mentioned that the tub stopper was not holding water properly. Take visual provide proposals for both items. Technician will shut off water to home. Technician uninstall existing cartridge and attempt to find replacement. If successful technician will install new cartridge and test to ensure proper operation. take me to a clean work area of all trash and debris and collect signatures and payment. Technician will remove existing stopper and restore it. Technician will reinstall and test. This proposal is to replace clients existing tub stopper. technician will disconnect existing one and dispose of properly. Technical install new tub stopper. Technician will test to ensure proper operation and installation.Technician Taylor acquired new Delta 1300 series cartridge to repair shower drip. Technician returned and installed. Technician noted that the drip was significantly better but had not stopped
Reviewed some concerns about home with customer put together various options for install and recommended customer consider air scrubber and or UV germicidal light
Out to perform annual maintenance. Split Trane system attic. With buetler smart vent that has been disconnected. Filter 20-30-1 looks good. Tested system zoning, upstairs by itself, then downstairs by itself. Downstairs has blow by into the upstairs vents. Still concerned about water in pan, too cool, today to test ac, need to come back out once it warms up in a month or two to test ac. Tested the furnace cycling thru stages ok at this time. Checked flame sensor ok. Burners clean. Newer unit that doesnâ€™t run very much furnace looks ok. Biggest concern is going to be on air conditioning. Slight dust burning off when unit starts.We will need to keep an eye on the zoning, working for now. But it is original dampers. And, the water in drain pan.
- Disconnect electrical wiring from existing disposal as needed - Disconnect drain lines for disposal (dishwasher ties into disposal) as needed - Remove disposal if needed to un-jam - Test by operating
Upon arrival customer has very low water pressure coming out of kitchen faucet. After removing hot and cold water lines I can see that the rubber gaskets that are in the built in supply lines have deteriorated and is going up into the lines clogging the faucet. I recommended replacement of the kitchen faucet. Customer would like to purchase the faucet and would like an estimate for a customer supplied kitchen faucet. Customer will call us to schedule installation. I emailed the estimate to the customer and uploaded pictures of the job.
Out for annual heating maintenance and found new system down stairs duct work appears to have metal rust in it. Removed register in bedroom and vacuumed up a good amount of stuff, it is blowing onto the desk below. Put vacuum in duct to clean line as best we can. Cleaned up dust on desk. Keep an eye on it, if problem comes back or gets worse call and we can come back out and inspect some more. Tested system heat and cool all ok at this time. Checked filter in ceiling ok at this time.
Customer had a prv go bad, they tried to install a new prv but it is leaking. I also let the customer know that he used a black iron fitting to connect the prv which is going to rust out and get into the water. Presented estimate and the customer wants to check around for options.
Upon arrival customer had backyard black corregated drain line that was backed up in two spots. Previous company stated they did not have the right equipment to clear the line. I cleared the 20ft section with the flex shaft and now it is draining as it should. The customer was quoted by the office $99 so I charged that. I did inform the customer that we usually would be more because of the situation and the equipment needed,but we stand by our name and will honor the price. Collected payment
Reviewed possible options for repairs with homeowners are they considered those options but would like to think about what I am to take possibly will be contacting insurance home warranty to see if they will be of any assistance in repairs for the work customer would like copies of estimates emailed to themCustomer prematurely stopped inspection said that we had found too much stuff already he would like to address those issues before continuing with the inspection process
Customer has a sediment trap and water filtration system that he wants installed, a bypass would be installed for the system as well. Provided estimates to plumb the system in pvc or copper, job would be full day with a helper. If the customer chooses the copper system it will be ran with the pro-press, customer was emailed the estimates and will contact us when they decide to get the system installed.
Upon arrival customer has a slow draining lav sink. Would like us to clear it so it drains as well as the other one. The customer saw a coupon online but that only applies to the main sewer line. I gave estimates and the husband called and said he wanted to do it himself. I went over the membership program with the customer and she will discuss it with her husband when he is home.
Performed heat pump diagnostic, found system off client smells burning. Inspected system found Disconnect burnt, replaced disconnect, and tested system, system running on departure. Everything looked tight canâ€™t figure out what caused the melt down.And resigning for a membership, and changed filters for client.Had to reset the outside unit pressure switch.
Upon arrival customer stated they would like to move and in order to they would need to change their e current water heater out. When they had their water heater installed a couple yearâ€™s ago; they put the wrong kind in. They currently have a 50 gallon water heater with a blower motor. I observed that they have a pan that runs to the exterior as well as the t&p valve. I notice that when it was installed a 3/4â€ copper line has been shark bite capped off. The customer has not had heat from their furnace since it was installed. I believe that they need a hydronic water heater, but need to know which kind, and confirm itâ€™s hyrdonics. I only seen one line going into he house that would be for the hydronicâ€™s when usually there are two; plus your usual hot and cold water lines. In order to give a proper estimate will need to know what she is being required to replace it with mandated by their apartment complex. I left my email address so that her husband can reach out to me when he ha