for Sacramento, CA
Chris - Sacramento, CA
Paul - Sacramento, CA
Good job with a very competant plumber
Gordon - Sacramento, CA
God job but what I considered a premium price, although the price was a little lower than an other pluming company I checked with
great job start to finish
David - Sacramento, CA
all the people that work here are the best. helpful, on time professional and they answer their phone when you have questions .
Judy - Sacramento, CA
Michael called and kept me aware of his arrival. He quickly fixed the problem and advised the office that there was more to be done to satisfy the state inspectors.
Judy - Sacramento, CA
Crystal Blue was on time and finished the job in 8 hours. The workers were clean, organized and very nice. The price was very reasonable for the unit we received.
Excellent service and the price was great. Thank you!
Dorothy - Sacramento, CA
Crystal Blue gives quality service to their client. Outstanding work which brings a smile to your pockets. The price was affordable.
Cheryl - Sacramento, CA
Thank you very much . My tenant is Very Happy and Comphortable.
Laurie - Sacramento, CA
Prompt, friendly and got the job done
Judy - Sacramento, CA
Ken was extremely knowledgeable about HVAC systems. He was very helpful and answered all our questions completely.
Customer has a gas meter on the right side of his home and wants a gas line ran to the fence on the right or to the back right side of the home. Both lines would be ran in half inch black iron, the longer one would go up the home and then to the backside of the home with a connection near the ground of the back right side of the home. Smaller job can be done with one person in 2 to 3 hours, and the longer one with two people for 3 to 4 hours.
Customer was pulling out a tree and accidentally hit his water main and broke the copper pipe as well as the irrigation valve. Presented an estimate to repipe the main in all copper with new hose bibb, and new irrigation valve. The customer has some other plumbers giving estimates and he will contact us when he decides to get the work done.
Performed diagnostic Goodman gas package unit roof. Found thermostat on in heating mode furnace not working got on roof found unit no low voltage, fuse blown. Need to determine weather thereâ€™s a short in the low voltage line.Signed up on Membership. Performed the low voltage check went thru all the wires, got system to finally cycle on and found out it was also had a bad gas valve control. So when call for heat turns on gas valve it blows the fuse.Need to replace gas valve. Tried calling owner could not get thru. Left message. Decided to go get part to get tenant heat. Installed gas valve. Tenant warm and happy. Got a hold of owner,
Customer has a toilet that seems to have a sewer smell occasionally, upon inspection everything seems to be working as intended. No leaks from the bottom of the toilet, the only thing is that there is no silicone on the bottom of the toilet. The customer is going to seal the bottom himself, took pictures of his tanked water heater for future reference when we install a tankless.
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of a leak coming up from the floor. Technician discovered home to be a single story on a slab foundation. Client showed technician to master bedroom or technician noticed water seeping up between the floorboards approximately 6 ft from a wall shared with the master bathroom. Technician attempted to locate water meter but was unsuccessful. Technician recommends to client the next step be an electronic leak locate. Technician confirmed with office and referred clients to on the spot leak location. Client will use their services and then contact us for service.
Customer would like to review possible scenarios with a new home purchase or a possible repair or replace based on negotiations he will contact us when he is ready for any work to actually get
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of toilet backing up. When technician arrived he discovered client had just finished using a rental drain machine to clear main line. Technician inspected line but deemed it unnecessary to perform any work at this time.
- Disconnect existing downspouts from in ground leech lines - Up to 7 lines - Install new â€œextension armsâ€ to flow water away from building foundation - Stabilize â€œextension armsâ€ using guide posts - Photo documentation provided upon completion
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to perform video inspection of client sewer line. Client authorized technician to begin inspection before she arrived. Technician access secondary clean out underneath kitchen sink and ran inspection from there. Technician video secondary line through main line under home and found no cause for concern. Technician did note that old cast iron was looking aged but clients home is on a slab. Technician informed client of findings including an offset found in the main line. Technician cleaned work area and pulled off.
Upon arrival I met with Jason the realtor. From the inspection report I received I went through and let Jason know what was recommended. The water pressure on the report stated the pressure was 80psi, and I checked every hose bib at 55psi. The water heater is located inside the home located to the back of the house, and is out of code. I let Jason know that bare minimum to bring it to code we would need to intstall an expansion tank, build a gas dirt leg with gas valve, and we would need to route the current T&P to to the exterior of the home with grade. Also the accordian style p-trap under the bathroom sink located next to the laundry room is not code, and replacement was recommended. I showed Jason the psi on my gauge of 55, and show him where the water meter is located at the home in the back yard. They would like repair and replacement options. I wrote several options for both replacing the water heater which is recommend, or repair option to bring the 10 year old water heater up
Customer has laundry sink that is leaking from the bottom when ou turn the facet on, upon diagnosis also determined that the sink has to be removed to work on the faucet. The chrome p-trap will break when pulled apart, discussed with the customer. Removed the sink, p-trap, and faucet, installed a new laundry sink faucet, installed a new chrome p-trap. Re-installed the sink securing it to the wall, turned the water on with no leaks.
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of problems with angle stops. Client stated that the angle stops under his kitchen sink or failing. Client also stated the hot water in the downstairs hall bathroom sink is has a problem with the angle stop. Technician provided proposal for replacing the kitchen and the bathroom or just the kitchen. client stated he'd like to do the kitchen for now and wait on the bathroom. Technician left to procure parts needed. Technician purchase two new angle stops with new supply lines in a two-way adapter. Technician returned and shut off water to home. Technician disconnected existing angle stops and supply lines and disposed of properly. technician installed two new quarter turn angle stops and one two-way adapter. Technician hooked up to new supply lines to kitchen sink and reconnected dishwasher supply line. Technician cleaned work area of all trash and debris. Technician collected signatures and payment
Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of toilets backed up.Technician arrived to find a two bathroom home with both toilets backed up. Technician noted that both toilets had foreign debris inside of the bowl. Technician stated you would like to start with an auger and then escalate from there. Technician immediately noticed in the hall bath that there was something hardened inside the trap of the toilet bowl. Technician recommends for replacement. Technician that attempted to auger toilet and master bedroom and was able to clear and blockage. Technician noted that flapper assembly had failed. Technician recommended replacement and client accepted. Technician installed new universal flapper and tested. Technician clean work area of all trash and debris. Tech collected signatures and payment.
System is an upflow in closet. Old natural draft furnace. 3 returns down low on each side of the closet, need to be increased for better air flow. New filter stand. 11 supply registers, house has 2 round supply registers that he wants removed. Adding manual dampers to the system to balance air flow. They are in the centers of the room. Mix of duct work in attic hard pipe/alumiflex, tight attic access; garage and master closet.Recommend replacement of system with 17 seer high efficiency heat pump system to be eligible for up to $4000 smud rebate.Financing options uploaded photo of different plans, job price 18500 with a 5000 dollar down total amount of 13500.
Reviewed options with customer verified that he understood the shut off valves were in bad shape and weâ€™re not tested also that the isolation valves for the water heater are not completely functional and tankless water heater flush was only partially successful customer declined any services at this time
Customer has purchased a shower head and wants us to remove the old one and install the new one. Presented the estimate and the customer agreed with the work, upon removing the old shower head the end ball would not come off. I removed the nipple and used my torch to get the seal to separate, I noticed the ball end was soldered on to the nipple. I presented this to the customer and discussed that the work got more extensive and the customer agreed with the new estimate to stall a new nipple arm and the shower head. Returned with the parts and installed the new nipple arm and installed the shower head, when i turned it on there is a pressure leak out of the hose connection to the nipple arm connection. The water comes out when turned on or off but while it is running it does not leak, the customer was ok with this.
Customer had a previous plumber out to do a partial sewer re-pipe, now the sewer he did not replace is leaking from multiple spots. Provided the customer with multiple options, one for just what is leaking at the moment, one for all sewer under the home, and last for the sewer under the home and the main sewer line. Customer needs to discuss there options and timing and they will contact us when they decide what they want to do.
Installed new easy reader tstat. See pictures
Found thermostat malfunctioning wasnâ€™t displaying time in top left corner. had to perform a hard restart on thermostat. thermostat instructions indicates that this could happen due to electrical shock/static shock through thermostat from somebody touching the touchscreen with a charge. if this continues to be a repetitive problem will need to replace thermostat.Customers house is ready for duct test kitchen remodel done
Arrived talk to customer about job customer still having issues with thermostat freezing they have had to hit the reset on the thermostat a couple of times. replaced thermostat with new T6 pro installed new thermostat showed customer how to operate and use set time. Customer not having any other issues, problems or noises. no questions very happy with the install.
Customer has a clogged kitchen sink, and clogged shower drain. Presented estimates and she chose to not do any work at this time, she will contact us when she decides to have the work completed.
Customer has a 20+ year old water heater that has a leak on the copper water line and not up to code. Presented the customer with options and he chose to just get a new water heater installed. Removed the old water heater, installed a new 50 gallon Bradford White electric water heater. Brought the water heater up to code by installing an expansion tank, removing the stand, new water flex lines, and connected the t&p. Turned the water on with no leaks, turned the electricity on and the heater started up perfectly.
Install two Quiet Cool house fans
Contact in a month to reset appt
Consumer was using shower an the handle got suck. When he tried to make it turn off he heard a break and the hand wouldnâ€™t move. So we removed the handle and found a broken cartridge. This required us to remove broken cartridge, and install new one. As well as replacing the handle witch had a striped screw with broken pieces still attached. Before putting handle on, we test that the cartridge was working correctly with no leaks or discrepancies. Lastly we applied new handle and test once again. Everything worked in perfect state of operation. Costumer was very happy.