Inland Empire Plumbing and Waterways

The History of Plumbing and Waterways in the Inland Empire, CA.

Early History and Native American Water Use Before European settlers arrived, Native American tribes such as the Cahuilla, Serrano, and Luiseño inhabited the Inland Empire region. These tribes had intricate knowledge of local water sources and developed various methods to manage them. They utilize water from rivers, streams, and natural springs for their daily agricultural […]

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Planning To Replace There Copper Pipes

9 Reasons For Becoming A Skilled Plumber, Financial Rewards, Satisfaction and More

Top Reasons You Should Consider Becoming a Skilled Plumber In a world where career choices seem boundless, it’s easy to overlook some of the more traditional yet immensely rewarding professions. One such vocation often underestimated in its significance and potential for personal and professional fulfillment is plumbing. While the idea of working with pipes and […]

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Leak Detection Services. Avoid Water Leaks

Water Leaks Can Ruin Your Vacation: A Comprehensive Guide to Preparation

Nothing can ruin a long-anticipated vacation like discovering that your home’s plumbing has stopped operating correctly while you are away. Plumbing issues like busted pipes, overflowing toilets, or clogged drains can damage your property severely and quickly turn an enjoyable getaway into a stressful hassle. That’s why preparing your plumbing system before going on any […]

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Thermal Leak Detection

Benefits Of A Leak Detection Service In Murrieta And Temecula, CA.

Why use a Video Leak Detection Service? Many of us go through our daily routine never expecting any surprises. However, some surprises creep up on us without notice. For instance, we may never know we have a pipe leak until we get that outrageous water bill. Sometimes we get a second and third bill; then, […]

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Old Fashioned Plumbing Services

Old Fashioned Plumbing Services

Old fashioned plumbing services, what does that mean to you? When I think about old-fashioned plumbing services, a few things come to mind: experience, memories, trust, family, and friendship. Growing up, our plumber was all of the above and not just for our family but also for many families in our neighborhood. We didn’t have […]

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Best Plumbing Reviews

How To Find A Plumbing Company With The Best Plumbing Reviews

How to find a plumbing company with the best plumbing reviews? You don’t need to look very hard; you just need to look in the right places. Some people wonder how some companies have so many reviews, while others have little or none. The answer is simple: Our plumbers at Big B’s Plumbing get trained […]

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Mold from a slab leak

Signs You May Have a Slab Leak

A slab leak is a homeowner’s worst plumbing nightmare. Most are not familiar with a slab leak; and unfortunately there usually hard to spot because they start underground. Regrettably, some damage usually occurs before detection. Experts will define a slab leak as a water leak under or in the foundation of your home. If not […]

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The Internet cannot make you a plumber

When Do You Really Need a Plumber

Do you have a clogged toilet or a slow-draining sink? Not a problem, right? You take pride in being able to repair these minor issues yourself with just a couple of simple tools and few minutes. But what about other plumbing problems in your home? Unless you are a plumbing expert, there are times when […]

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Garbage Disposal

9 Things You Should Never Put Down Your Garbage Disposal

Your garbage disposal is a magical bit of machinery. Just toss kitchen waste and scraps in, flip the switch, and seconds later, they’ve disappeared. We often take them for granted. Before you know it, we start putting things in it that we shouldn’t. Like any other appliance, if you take good care of it, your […]

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Toilet using smart technology When It's Time To Replace Your Toilet

When Is It Time To Replace Your Toilet

Your toilet is one of those fixtures that can last 50 years or longer, but of course, you’ll have to replace some parts along the way. It’s also one of those fixtures that don’t need to cost an arm and a leg to replace. The fact is you can purchase a nice new toilet for […]

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save money by saving water

How to Save Money By Saving Water

There are lots of ways to save water at home. No one ever thinks of how to save money by saving water. If you live in California, water conservation is the talk of the town. California has seen 20 million in growth since 1970, almost eclipsing 40 million in population. If that’s not enough, of […]

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