A professional plumber offers a high level of expertise and knowledge that most home and business owners do not possess. At Lynch Plumbing, we can identify the cause and scope of your plumbing problem so we can explore the best options to repair or replace failing pipes, appliances, or other plumbing components.
As insured, bonded, and licensed plumbers, we put safety first and stand behind the quality of our work. We have all the necessary equipment to perform a thorough inspection to identify hidden leaks and blockages in your water and sewage system, and to repair the problems as quickly as possible.
Our team at Lynch Plumbing provides seamless repair, replacement, and installation services with the least amount of impact on your time, your property, and your wallet. We are committed to responding to your call quickly and to provide you with affordable and effective plumbing solutions.
Call us today at (818) 873-0448 for 24/7 emergency plumbing installations, repairs, and replacements for your home or business.
Safety First: Don’t DIY
Is your sink clogged? Toilet won’t flush? Although it may be tempting to try to fix your drain problem on your own, do-it-yourself drain cleaning can be risky. The strong chemicals sold in store are toxic and can be dangerous in small spaces or when accidentally mishandled. Furthermore, DIY tools can damage your drains, sewer, or water lines. Don’t put your health or safety at risk. Contacting an experienced plumber at Lynch Plumbing is the best way to safely and effectively solve your drain problems.
With proven plumbing expertise and thousands of happy clients, our goal is to be your go-to local plumbers. We are committed to proving that (818) 873-0448 will be the only number you need to call to get the best plumbing repair and installations in Chatsworth and the surrounding areas. Contact us today!
“We have been using Lynch plumbing for some time now, and they have always sent experienced and knowledgeable plumbers.” - Harvey F.
Your plumbing system is essential to allow you and your household to function normally. If something goes wrong with any other component in the system, we’ll help you get back to normal quickly. To prevent any minor troubles from developing into a major situation, schedule thorough repairs or regular maintenance as soon as you notice the warning signs of plumbing trouble.
Some of these signs include:
- Drains that are moving very slowly or stopped up completely
- Loose fixtures, such as taps, faucets, toilet handles, and showerheads
- A sound of rushing water even after you have turned off the tap
- An unpleasant odor similar to rotten eggs or sewage
- Cracks, no matter how small, along the basin of the bathtub or the toilet bowl
- Constant clogs within the toilet, sink, and bathtub
- Gurgling, hissing, clanking, groaning, or bubbling noises coming from pipes
- Visible signs of leaks from your faucets, sinks, and showerheads
There are many kinds of unpleasant or obnoxious sounds that may come out of your pipes, making it difficult to determine what exactly is the problem. One of the most common noises, however, is that of loud banging shortly after the faucets are turned off or on. This is a symptom of hydraulic shock, also called “water hammer,” and is a result of a sudden increase in pressure that creates major vibrations throughout the pipe system.
The problem with the increase of pressure is that it puts extensive strain on the pipes. If the situation is fixed quickly, you can avoid having the pipes rupture, which would lead to expensive water damage. If your pipes are made of metal, the sound caused by the vibrations transmits more loudly. However, it is important to know that hydraulic shock is also just as prone to affect plastic pipes, even if you don’t hear them as much. Our professionals can help repair this issue or repipe or install new pipes, when needed.
For more information or to discuss your specific issue, call our technicians at (818) 873-0448 or contact us online. We are happy to get you started with a free estimate.
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.