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Our father/daughter plumbing duo leads a team of experienced plumbers who are all dedicated to keep your essential systems running. No matter what time of day you call, we can be there to quickly address all types of plumbing problems, from clogged drains to leaky pipes. Our plumbers are extensively trained and in all our years in business, there is little we haven’t seen and solved. From larger commercial or industrial repairs to more minor adjustments to improve water pressure, regulate the temperature of your water heater, or figure out why you have a running toilet, you can depend on our certified plumbers in Chatsworth to maintain your plumbing system.
If you notice standing water, mildew, sagging wood, or rising water bills, call us right away. We can provide everything from emergency repairs to regular maintenance that ensures your plumbing system is always working as it should.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you. Ask us about same-day service!
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24/7 Emergency Plumbers in Los Angeles & the San Fernando Valley
When You're in a Pinch, Think Fast & Call Lynch
Based in Chatsworth, Lynch Plumbing is open 24 hours a day and are trained and equipped to deal with any plumbing problem you may have. In addition to employing the most skilled plumbers, we’re also known for our speed and reliability, whether you need a plumbing part or fixture repair, installation, or replacement. Our staff is committed to ensuring routine maintenance is handled properly, so that serious plumbing mishaps can be avoided.
Our emergency plumbers are ready on a moment’s notice to be dispatched to your location. In the case of a burst pipe, cracked sewer line, or broken water heater, you don’t want to wait. Most types of repairs can be completed the same day, and we can also recommend and install the latest fixtures and appliances, such as tankless water heaters, that will last for years to come. Our expert plumbers are trained on an ongoing basis to ensure they can use the latest equipment and tools to resolve issues on the spot.
“We have been using Lynch plumbing for some time now, and they have always sent experienced and knowledgeable plumbers.” - Harvey F.
Save Money with Regular Maintenance & Fast Services
A leak can not only waste water, it can also do major damage to your home or business. Even ongoing leaks can be difficult to pinpoint, which is why we use the latest technologies to quickly identify the source without our plumbers having to do extensive repairs to your walls or ceilings.
We apply this same principle to all of our services – putting you and your budget at the center of everything we do. We don’t want to waste your time or your money, which is why we work efficiently, provide a 10% discount for military members and senior citizens, and offer financing through Wisetack. Are services are also designed to help you make the most out of your plumbing – we can help you upgrade components to be more energy efficient and water friendly, fix minor issues before then can become more expensive problems, and provide you with the peace of mind you need and deserve when it comes to your plumbing.
Call (818) 873-0448 to learn more about our services! We look forward to welcoming you into the Lynch Plumbing family.
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Our Technicians Answer Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions
What causes faucets drips and running toilets?
It's possible that there is something wrong with your water supply, such as high water pressure, thermal expansion, or a leak in the line.
What is the lifespan of the average water heater?
The typical lifespan of a water heater is about 8 to 12 years. However, this can vary depending on the type of water heater and the amount of use it gets. Warranties can be a big clue. Consumer brand heaters have prorated warranties whereas professional brands have full warranties.
Why does polybutylene pipe have a bad reputation?
Polybutylene pipe was once a popular type of piping in local homes, but it has since been found to be defective and prone to leaks. If you suspect that you have polybutylene pipe in your home, you should call a plumber to inspect it. Polybutylene pipe is typically blue or gray in color, so if you see any piping that matches this description, you should assume that it is polybutylene and call our plumbers to upgrade your water line.