HVAC Contractors and Plumbers in Rocklin, CA
When you’re looking for a professional plumber or HVAC contractor to help your home or business in Rocklin, CA, make sure you call a licensed and insured company with experience: Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating & Air. We have been in business since 1976 and make it our goal always to deliver “Customer Service the Way It Used to Be! Customer Service You Deserve!”
We’re proud to offer the best home services to Rocklin including:
- Award Winning Plumbing Services
- Same Day Water Heater Replacement & Repair
- Sewer & Drain Clearing
- AC Repair & Replacement in Rocklin
- Local Heating Repair & Replacement
Our many services include air conditioning and heating installations, drain cleaning, repairs for water heaters, gas piping, and more. We offer 24–hour emergency service, 100% satisfaction guarantees, free estimates, and a personal touch you won’t find at larger contractors.
We Serve The Following Zip Codes in Rocklin, CA:
95678, 95677, 95663, 95650
Skilled Plumbers and Superb Plumbing Service
You never want to attempt to solve a plumbing issue in your house either on your own or with the assistance of a handyman who lacks training, licensing, and insurance. You must depend on professional plumbers. Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating & Air has the licensed plumbers who will see you have the services necessary for a great plumbing system: new piping, bathroom and kitchen fixture installation, leak detection, sewer line replacement, and more. Our #1 focus seeing you receive the customer service you deserve in Rocklin.
for Rocklin, CA
Tony - Rocklin, CA
Service was good.
Tony - Rocklin, CA
Courtesy and professional
Larry - Rocklin, CA
Keaton was very clean and did a good job, very informative and was good about changing out my filter and cleaning the louvers at the filter..
Via - Rocklin, CA
installation good service price ok
Tony - Rocklin, CA
Good sevice 7
Carol - Rocklin, CA
Mike was friendly and patient while showing me how to use my new product.
Mike - Rocklin, CA
Tyler did a great job
Evaluation of water heater
Lisa - Rocklin, CA
Shirley - Rocklin, CA
Installation was very professional and the price was decent
CJ - Rocklin, CA
Besides being pushy about getting paid right after installation the same day was not sitting well with me. After installation it needed to be fine tuned. I left messages afterwards about the situation with Mike, he told me that he would get right on the issue on hand. Did not hear from anyone for at least a month or more and by this time I’m upset about the way they were taking care of me. So I called again, and this time they sent Scott over right away. Scott is the man, he took care of everything that needed to get done right away with no hesitation what so ever and was very upfront with me and one hell of a nice guy. I wasn’t too happy with the company and I would not recommend them until I met Scott. He made things right and put a smile back on my face. He knows what he needs to do and gets it done while answering any questions that I had for him, explains things very clearly to me. Scott is the one that made me change my mind about recommending this company to anyone. Thanks Scott for making me believe in you and the company you stand for, I couldn’t be any happier and Satisfied with the work now. Scott should be head of customer service at all times! He is the one that could bring the company above the rest! Anytime I need service I always ask too send Scott out now and no one else. Thank you! CJ 😎
This estimate we will be pulling the toilet having to use an inside cutter tool to cut out the old flange use appropriate right application ABS parts on 3 inch flange to repair and replace with new 3 inch flange. After installing the new flange we ran a system test flush the toilet about 30 times in 20 minutes nothing was leaking toilet is seated correctly customer seems to be satisfied.
Disassemble sprayer from hose at kitchen faucet Thoroughly dry area and prep for epoxy application Apply epoxy for permanent connection and alleviate periodic disconnect in house No warranty temporary repair only
Diagnostic found system frozen, came back out a few days later. system thawed out and closet dry. Ok to start work. nitrogen blasted drain line. Drain line clear at this time. Pvc runs into a bigger drain line then out. Charged system with 2 lbs of r22 refrigerant system pressures went for 20 psi on the low side to 69psi. House cooling well at this timeDue to age and shape of system no gaurentees this will last, but it is running for now. The refrigerant pressures seem to be holding, but only time will tell.Will follow up during next maintenance visit to see if itâ€™s still holding.
technician Taylor arrived on scene to perform annual plumbing maintenance inspection. technician started by hooking up tankless descaler pump and solution. technician then went around exterior of home to inspect the hose bibs and the main water meter shut off. technician then entered home to perform an evaluation of all internal plumbing fixtures. home is only about 3 years old and built right. technician red water pressure at 60 psi client has an inch and a half PRV installed. technician inspected all three bathrooms and found all sinks to be working properly and draining properly all showers to be operating the way they're supposed to. technician did note two problems one being the handle in the master bathroom tub. a small adjustment repaired it. technician also found that the left handle on sink in middle room has more wear and tear on it than usual causing the threads to strip. sink is still fully operational but technician recommends replacement if she wants to solve issue. techn
After removing the toilet I found a broken toilet flange, I went over the options and repair options with the customer. he would like to do a service repair and replace the flange and also we will be adding concrete underneath the flange where the hole is currently too big to screw in a flange. Customer is satisfied with the options I gave him and has chosen to replace flange and add concrete.
Out to quote full split system replacement/ change out. Scope of work to include: Change out of split system equipment. Removal of old equipment per epa. New pad, new whip, new disconnect, new zone control panel, new motorized dampers, new thermostat. Duct testing per title 24. Free Reme Halo air purifier, surge protector, and touchscreen thermostat per June promo.
Performed AC maintenance for commercial HVAC system wash condenser coil changed air filter checked operation found no problems at this time
This is for our fee for taking apart waist assembly under kitchen sink were I found drainage issue. This work isnâ€™t warranted and I went over that with costumer. She was happy that I spend the time looking into it further and we were able to fix the problem.
Customer has a 100 gallon commercial water heater that stopped working, upon diagnosis i found water pouring of near the t&p line. Further diagnosis revealed its not the t7p connection but water saturating the insulation and dumping out near the t&p which tells me the water heater tank has cracked and needs to be replaced. I emailed the manager the price for the work that needs to be completed and she is getting approval higher up the chain so that we can start the work, and order parts which will take two days. Work entails two techs all day.
After going over a few options with the customer they would like some time to think about it and get more estimates I educated them on different possibilities of why the water heater went out I could see there was a code issue with no safety tank on heater let the customer know if we were to do work on heater we would add expansion tank to bring it up to code, if thatâ€™s what they want. Customer said he would like to get a few more estimates but seems to be happy with the knowledge I gave him.
Performed ac diagnostic, 19 yr old American standard split system closet, side yard. found system frozen. Lineset frozen. Unit leaking water in closet. Appears to be clogged drain line. Unit leaking water down inside unit, filter wet at bottom. Outside lines frozen. Canâ€™t hook up gauges, need system to thaw before we can do anything. Turned off ac and running just fan to try and thaw the frozen lines and coil. Lines thawed enough to get gauges on refrigerant pressures low, slowly climbing as unit thaws. Not draining out drain line, bubbling out of bottom of coil. Tried to clear drain line. Water in closet, might damage unit or closet. Put towel down infront of unit to soak up water.Need to decide what you want to do? Might also need new drain line if we canâ€™t get it cleared. Might if the refrigerant is low, it went somewhere. It should leak. So it will happen again.Clients emailed, pictures and invoice as well as estimates. Need to look into financing option for low total.
After taking a look at her old garbage disposal, it was clear to me that is no longer working. Being that it is over 10 years old I strongly recommend replacing with a new garbage disposal. I sent the customer an estimated For us to replace their garbage disposal two estimates are crystal blue supplying the unit one estimate is the customer supplying the unit. Customer seems happy just wants to go over estimates with her sister.
Found system to be low on refrigerant. Inspected system eve app coil to determine whether itâ€™s TXB or piston this need to be done to charge system appropriately. found indoor evap coil leaking water causes from plugged primary drain line unplugged and flushed drain line at no charge to customer should have been performed during AC maintenance. Found system has a piston charge system to superheat specifications system took 1.5 pounds of our 22 refrigerant
Provide estimate to customer
Commercial maintenance visit for three exhaust fans one unit not working at all. maintenance is for two exhaust fans customer has one unit making noise. The only noise it was making was a belt squealing due to belt being overstretched. Cleaned fan blades, greased bearings, inspected belts on work exhaust fans. both will need new belts replacement will include proper belt tension and amp draw of motor.
Performed inspection for client of remaining chiller coil and plenums under house. Siding would have to come off of mobile house, and then we would still need to cut the coil and plenum out piece by piece. It is not connected to anything, and is just sitting under home. Recommend leaving it where it is. And not doing anything. It isnâ€™t going to effect anything being there.
Customer is getting hot water in his cold water lines, a lot of hot water. father my diagnosis of how the Recirculation pump is installed I noticed the ay they installed the pump is in-efficient and needs to be ran into the water heater drain and not the cold water line. Presented two options to either just replumb the current pump or to actually install the new pump as well as re-plumbing the fixture. Customer would like to discuss his options with his significant other and will contact us when they decide which option to go with.
Customer wants to think about options - tested water pressure (93 psi ... TOO HIGH) temperature(112Â°... good) and water quality (39 ppm ... great) customer wants to think about pricing
Customer was only getting estimates and doesnâ€™t want worn done now
Customer requested a water heater flushing, we arrived October 4th and performed the plumbing inspection and water heater flush. Since weâ€™re here I performed a water heater flush, everything went well.
Customer is remodeling there bathroom and would like some estimates to do the plumbing, also he has a 14 year old water heater and wants options to replace it. Provided the customer will multiple options, also emailed the estimates to him and he will contact us when they decide to start the work.
technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of a sink blockage at client's business. technician learned that the problem occurred about 3 days ago and is only affecting the women's bathroom sink. technician texted the men's bathroom sink on the opposite side and it works fine. technician recommends disassembly of p-trap in order to attempt to find and clear blockage. technician will supply proposals.client agreed to minor drain cleaning service. technician began by removing p-trap to inspect for blockages. technician found in the downpipe straight from the drain to the p-trap was completely solidified. technician use tools to extract all debris from pipe. technician found a large amount of sludge build up similar to what is normally found in kitchen lines caused by grease. technician inspected sync on men's side but did not see the same problem. technician believes build up to be caused from hygiene and cosmetic products. technician explained findings to client. technic
Performed a.c maintenance in Rocklin. Unit is a Amana Condenser on side of house. Condensing coils on unit are clean and free of dust and debris. Disconnect is covered by a bush and is not easily accessible. Checked all electrical connections at circuit board and are okay. Checked capacitor and is rated for 35/5uf and is showing 34.9/4.9 and is in range and okay. Checked refrigerant levels and are showing 138psi Lowside and 268psi High side and is properly charged. No issues with unit and is operating properly. Renewed homeowner on Crystal Blue Platinum Preventative maintenance plan.Homeowner would like plumbers to come out and flush water heater and do whole home plumbing inspection as per ReNewed Platinum Membership.
Customer has had multiple issues with the main sewer line to her home and is wanting to get the line replaced to avoid anymore sewer backups. The line is approximately 40 feet long from the cleanout to the city tap, ran camera down the line to give possible options. Upon inspection I noticed that there were bellyâ€™s and offsets on each connection which tells me trenchless is not an option. Provided the customer with a trench option to run the line to the right of the tree, emailed the estimate to her and she will contact us when she is ready to get the new line installed.
This issue was for a clean out next too the work Jeremy did. Not a problem we installed but something I could easily fix. After taking a look at the clean out I could tell that a very slight bit of moisture can seep out of the screw hole. So to fix the issue I just found the right size screw plug for the hole in the clean out. Now they should not have to worry about anymore leakage. Today is Friday so they are going to leave their icemaker machine plugged in over the weekend and if they come back and everything is still dry they will know we are good to go. If they come back on Monday and thereâ€™s moisture they will call us back out to potentially open up the wall where Jeremy had done work. In my professional opinion I do not see moisture where the pipes are in the wall and I do not hear anything dripping on the ground so I think the only issue was the missing screw in the clean out plug.