Problem-Solving Plumbing Services For Your Long Beach CA Home!
Have you ever had a chance to really take a look at the plumbing in your home? It’s a tangled mass of pipes, bends, valves and more. It can seem more like an esoteric puzzle than it does the modern marvel that it is. When it comes to solving that puzzle, you need experts with decades of combined experience. That’s where we come in. JIG Plumbing has been piecing together solutions to plumbing problems for the people of Long Beach CA since 2011. Our technicians employ the latest technology, beyond-industry-standard training and an unparalleled dedication to solving “the puzzle” on every job they do. There isn’t a job too big – or too small – for our team to handle, and you’ll be amazed with the quality work they leave behind. Don’t get caught up trying to untangle things yourself – contact JIG Plumbing for all your residential plumbing needs.
However, if you are puzzled about whether or not you should give us a call, we know some other folks that can provide the solution – your friends and neighbors here in [sa-city CA! We are proud to present their reviews below, as that goes more to showcasing the excellence we work for than anything we could say ourselves. Their words reinfornce a very simple idea – when you call JIG Plumbing, you’re calling the best. You’ll get plumbing service that is dependable, precise and most importantly – lasting. Take a look at what they have to say, then give us a call at 909-280-4331 !
for Long Beach, CA
Our Reviews by City
Service and response time is excellent.
Armstrong - Long Beach, CA 90803
Response from JIG Plumbing:
We are so grateful for your kind words.
Conducted a storm drain repair in a residential area, addressing issues such as clogs and damage. Cleared debris and sediment, repaired any damaged sections, and ensured the storm drain system's proper functioning to prevent flooding during heavy rains.
After a brief inspection from the roof, noticed water sitting in several areas. Heavy dirt converted into thick mud and some debri are all around causing a bad water flow into the drains. All of the drain covers were removed to check if the drain lines were clogged. As water was being vacuumed, it was poured into the drains and drained out. The only drain leaking is the one facing west side of the building. Had access to the attic, but was unable to locate any drain lines. Tried removing tiles or popping them off from the upstairs break room but was unable. Further inspection will have to be done in order to locate the existing leak. Most of the sitting water and thick mud was vacuumed out, but had to stop do to rain, and making it unsafe on rooftop.