HVAC Contractors and Plumbers in Roseville, CA
When you call for a plumber or HVAC contractor, you want the most skilled people to show up at your home or business. If you live or work in Roseville, CA, calling Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating & Air is the quickest way to ensure you get the best! We’re a licensed and insured plumbing, air conditioning, and heating contractor, and have been in business since 1976.
We’re proud to serve Roseville and provide the best in home services including:
- Plumbing Services
- Water Heater Services
- Drain Cleaning Services
- Air Conditioning Services
- Heating Services
Customer service is our #1 priority. It’s why we offer free estimates and 24–hour emergency service. From repairs for water heaters to drain cleaning, our employees are committed to meeting your needs with “Customer Service the Way It Used to Be! Customer Service You Deserve!”
Our Plumbers to the Rescue! We’re Your Roseville Plumbing Pros
Indoor plumbing is part of daily life, and it’s a part of our job to ensure you have a convenient daily life. You might need leaks found and fixed, a new kitchen sink installed, or routine plumbing system inspections. We can do all of this at Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating & Air. Our plumbers are licensed, insured, and best of all they’re highly trained. As with our HVAC services, we want to go beyond simply fixing problems. We want to solve future problems for your household!
for Roseville, CA
Our technician, Brandon Bury, was the best.
Barry - Roseville, CA
Our technician, Brandon Bury, was the best. He was personable, he was efficient, he was considerate to cover his feet when he came in to the house, and he really knew what he was doing. I hope we don't have another plumbing issue but if we do I would sure hope Brandon would do the repair. I do think the pricing by Crystal Blue Plumbing is high. Otherwise, I would give five stars for overall experience.
Good price on a good system
Dennis - Roseville, CA
I was very happy with the price and installation of my new HVAC system. I would definitely recommend Crystal Blue to anyone looking for a quality install at a fair price.
Dorothy - Roseville, CA
Scott was very knowledgeable and explained everything in detail. Very professional and a really nice guy. Would definitely do business again with them.
David - Roseville, CA
Early and very easy to talk to. I would recommend them to everyone. Scott is great!
quick response, got everything fixed
Dennis - Roseville, CA
Outstanding, Friendly and Professional
Daniel - Roseville, CA
Chase was on time and, in a very friendly, professional manner, quickly fixed my plumbing issue. We are so grateful to have our shower working again.
Really nice people. Very professional.
Alethea - Roseville, CA
Had some work done and it was a very easy experience.
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Rich - Roseville, CA
A/c fan motor failed on very hot day. Called Crystal Blue. Scott arrived at 3 and determined new motor was needed, but too late to get part. Scott was back @730 am with parts and repaired unit. Unbelievable service. Thanks Scott and Crystal Blue.
Customer has corrugated storm drain lines in the backyard and wants them snaked. Let her know we will not put a snake down them but a hydro-Jett at lower pressure can clear the lines. They just poured concrete and need to wait a week for it to set.
Replace wall mount two handle faucet on back tripple basin sink. Faucet body is rotted and leaking. Faucet can not be repaired and needs to be replaced. Menâ€™s restroom toilet handle broken and needs to be replaced, toilet is a right side handle. Hand sink next to â€œtoppingsâ€table has rotted waste assembly and needs to be replaced, will replace with chrome finish metal waste bend assembly.
Customer wants a sink pump installed under the sink and attached to drain through back of the cabinets. Two holes drilled in the countertop for the faucet, and water lines ran over to faucet as well. Provided the customer with the estimate and he will be in contact after he gets the electrical done for the pump.
Customer stated there is water on the left side of the toilet we’re the bidet was installed. Upon diagnosis noticed the bidet sprayer head drips from water pressure onto the ground. Further diagnosis revealed the toilet leaks from the bottom when flushed. When we removed the toilet noticed tank has blue tab in it but floor water is clear. Checked front hose Bibb and back hose Bibb both psi at 95. Determined that during sidespray install water got under the toilet and when flushed water pushes air up around repair flange pushing the settled clean water out from under the toilet. Pulled toilet cleaning all water from under toilet and reset with new wax rings, flushed multiple times and nothing leaked. Silicone around the bottom of the toilet. Set the prv to 75 psi.
Replace old delta shower cartridge with new pressure balance cartridge and properly grease the seal. Tested and found no leaks. Homeowner approved repair
Corrections need to be made. New job needs to schedule.
Found 10 gallon electric water heater located in a upper cabinet about 7 feet off the floor that has a field thermostat which is causing the element to overheat and the safety switch is tripping, also found a small leak on the inlet supply line to the water heater that has caused a small amount of water damage on the inside of the cabinet and a small amount of seepage around the current element ( owner of the building approved work over the phone )
Performed diagnostic on gas leak attic. Found all the fitting but one sealed properly, one sealed with Teflon tape. Need to remove old Teflon tape and reseal gas fitting with pipe dope. Tested system no leaks at this time.
Kenmore water heater not staying lite after diagnosis found that thermocouple was bad. Installed new thermocouple on kenmore 40 gallon water heater and cleaned burn chamber. Turned water heater on and waited for 15 minutes to ensure new thermocouple is working.
Remove old equipment per EPA regulations and install 3 Ton Heat Pump Split system. New R-410a air handler, coil and new condenser. New electrical disconnect and breakers installed. Full system changeout needed to be compatible with new regulations. New drain pan to be installed. Reseal all ductwork per code. Install time will be one day to complete
Customer stated that water heater was not working. Upon arrival found gfi on water heater control board to be tripped, reset and tested all electric connections and heating element to ensure proper operation. Heater is working at this time provided customer with quote to install new 10 gallon water heater. No charge to customer for service today.
Customer stated there is water on the left side of the toilet weâ€™re the bidet was installed. Upon diagnosis noticed the bidet sprayer head drips from water pressure onto the ground. Further diagnosis revealed the toilet leaks from the bottom when flushed. When we removed the toilet noticed tank has blue tab in it but floor water is clear. Checked front hose Bibb and back hose Bibb both psi at 95. Determined that during sidespray install water got under the toilet and when flushed water pushes air up around repair flange pushing the settled clean water out from under the toilet. Pulled toilet cleaning all water from under toilet and reset with new wax rings, flushed multiple times and nothing leaked. Silicone around the bottom of the toilet. Set the prv to 75 psi.
performed ac diagnostic on a 28 yr heat pump split system. Found unit trying to start but not turning on the compressor. Found the dual capacitor low, but system has hard start kit. So that shouldnâ€™t be the issue. Checked compressor with megohmed and bad. Left estiment for repairs of system. A new compressor only comes with a factory 1 yr warranty.Set for comfort advisor to come tomorrow 3-5 as close to 3 as possible. To quote for replacement of system.
Removed copper water main with prv and gate valve. Installed new 1 1/4 inch ball valve connecting to existing sprinkler system, installed 1 inch prv and hose Bibb. Turned the water on with no leaks, tested house pressure at 65 psi. Home owner left at the beginning of install so we did not get a chance to fully bleed the system.
Urnial in menâ€™s room is causing air hammer its shacking the pipes hard sounds like a bomb is going off.#no will replace valve with a new Sloan flush valve and retest Iâ€™ve shut down the water to the fixture .made repairs and tested no air hammer if this happens again during service shut down water to valve using a flat head screa driver shut off is the the right of all Sloan valves.
Customer stated that pvc repair done yesterday was leaking again. Upon arrival found pvc pipe leaking at coupling that was part of repair, glue joint separated. Cut out pvc repair parts and replaced with pvc threaded 90, male adaptor, and union coupling. Waited appropriate time to pressure test for leaks. (15 minutes for good handling strength as stated by manufacturer of primer/glue prudduct) No leaks at this time. Painted pvc pipe with grey primer per California code and left water supply off so that glue joint can cure. No charge to customer for service today as it is a call back on original repairs.
Performed buyers inspection on a split system. When I arrived there was no power to the tstats. That was from a transformer not being plugged in all the way. Once plugged in ac turned on. Then tested system for heat. Nothing. Finally got system to turn on and run inducer making noise. Inducer is making contact inside casing. Adjusted inducer as best I could to stop noise system ran for awhile then tripped on limit. Need to change filters for best airflow 20-36-1, 14-14-1. Unit could be tripping on high limit(over heating) for a variety of reasons. One itâ€™s 110 in the attic. Two gas pressures need to be adjusted. The filters are dirty. Or the fact that they had a filter in the smart vent, and the smart vent filter wasnâ€™t letting air by because that filter was very dirty. Removed that filter and tested system, still takes a long time to turn on. System has black flex ducts good shape. Also system is 2 zones using a 4 zone butler zone board. For easier use recommend switching to Honey
Install water service for kitchen appliances Installed 3/4â€ copper water supply line for steam ovens in kitchen area. Tied into existing 3/4â€ copper water line on downstream side of existing ball valve. Installed 3/4â€ copper t and new 1/4 turn 3/4â€ ball valve. Ran line 15 feet to adjacent corner wall where stoves are going to set. Made penetration through tile ceiling and extended pipe to 8â€ inches above floor. Hooked up pressure gauge and turned water supply back on to test for leaks, no leaks at this time. Water pressure is at 80 psi.
Install customer supplied hand sprayers for the toilet. No warranty on customer supplied parts labor only tested no leaks
Additional repairs will be needed opened wall determined that corrosion goes farther and will have to do additional repairs to complete repair due to the close connections to tee and the cold water feed line ball valve may have to replace additional ball valves will try and replace only one. second ball valve may need to be replaced which will be an additional cost.
#nn unit controls upstairs area. Service disconnect lines at three eights three-quarter new unit will stick out past existing panel cover existing sprinkler 3 ton equipment 34 x 37. May have to re-locate unit to right side of chimney chase do to space needed to service equipment meet county codeNew furnace 12.5 eer 40h x 28d x 17w 13 eer 37h x 28.3/4d x 17w Attic opening 28 3/4 x 28 3/4 Will need new return Plenum to match new furnace New evap coil 17 inches wide by 21 inches deep Will need new return duct 18 inch duct with new return grill 20 x 25 high flow grillWill need a new breaker for condenser 35 amp AC unit 1 so new breaker will need to be a 35 x 30 2 pole 2 throw breakerJust got off the phone with Ken talk to him go down talking to customer will need to verify information for equipment and then talk to customer again and let him know what the plan is
Main bar hot water leak at manifold water is spraying out of tee that has a shark bit 90 returning back into slab. Will have to bust out tile in front of bar and may have to cut open wall portion that is already rotted out due to exposure to hot water for so long will repair with pro press fittings 3/4 additional work may be needed once the wall is opened up. Not responsible for any finish work tile and wall will seal openings up with plastic once repair is completed thereâ€™s no isolation valve so water will have to be shut down at boiler.
Cut out and remove broken pvc male adaptor and gate valve and replace with pvc male adaptor and new 1/4 ball vale to fix leakCut out brass gate valve 1â€ and 1â€ galvanized 90 bend and replaced with 1â€ 1/4 turn ball valve, 1â€ pvc male adaptor, 1â€c3/4â€ pvc reducer and 3/4 â€œ couplin. Repressurized water line to test for leaks. No leaks. 6 month guarantee
In Roseville, we will remove old equipment per EPA regulations and install a American Standard 4 Ton 17 SEER/13 EER Two Stage Compressor Condenser with new pad and a Aluminum Coil. (Aluminum Coil is rust resistant for a longer life expectancy) This will be matched with a 4 Ton 80% Horizontal 2 stage Heat Furnace with a True Variable Speed Blower. We will need to add a Insulated Return Plenum to accommodate the current 18â€ Return Duct and to allow space for a new 10â€ Return Duct to be added. We will cut in a 14â€ by 14â€ stamped face filter grill and replace the old 20â€ by 30â€ filter grill with a new Stamped face filter grill.. Install new Stainless Steel Gas Flex, New Drain pan with Risers will be installed under furnace and coil. New pigtail, flu pipe, new electrical disconnect and whip installed at outdoor unit. Run new thermostat Control wire to allow system to Run on all stages and allow for a Nest thermostat to be installed. This package can obtain up to $500.00 in Rose
Install for Thursday In Roseville, we will remove old equipment per EPA regulations and install a American Standard 4 Ton 17 SEER/13 EER Two Stage Compressor Condenser with new pad and a Aluminum Coil. (Aluminum Coil is rust resistant for a longer life expectancy) This will be matched with a 4 Ton 80% Horizontal 2 stage Heat Furnace with a True Variable Speed Blower. We will need to add a Insulated Return Plenum to accommodate the current 18â€ Return Duct and to allow space for a new 10â€ Return Duct to be added. We will cut in a 14â€ by 14â€ stamped face filter grill and replace the old 20â€ by 30â€ filter grill with a new Stamped face filter grill.. Install new Stainless Steel Gas Flex, New Drain pan with Risers will be installed under furnace and coil. New pigtail, flu pipe, new electrical disconnect and whip installed at outdoor unit. Run new thermostat Control wire to allow system to Run on all stages and allow for a Nest thermostat to be installed. This package can obtain