FAQ 2018-07-06T18:30:26+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a number of simple plumbing tips that can help you maintain any plumbing system, be it a commercial or residential plumbing system, that can help prevent emergency plumbing needs or costly after hour visits. It is not that we do not want to make money here at Coast View Plumbing, we like profit as much as the next Orange County plumbing contractor, but we care about our customers. There is plenty of plumbing work to be had in Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Laguna Woods, Laguna Hills, Lake Forest, Irvine, and throughout the OC. We feel that if you take advantage of some of our experience and heed these simple tips, you will thank us with your continued business and long term relationships. That is what Coast View Plumbing is all about.

Here are some simple tips that can help your plumbing operate at its maximum proficiency, and help you save money!

  • Heed the weather: Extreme temperatures can do serious damage to plumbing and to heating and air conditioning units. So if you see that the weather is going to be extremely hot or below freezing, make sure you prepare for it. Make sure pipes are insulated. Simple foam installation will usually suffice. For outdoor or exposed plumbing you cannot insulate, leave a trickle of water on so the pipes do not freeze. It is better to spend a few dollars on water than it is to replace burst pipes.

  • Replace water shutoff valves: Water shutoff valves break due to wear and tear as with anything. So make sure it is replaced every 5 years to prevent leaks from finished plumbing in your business or home.

  • Clear drains: Be it a simple kitchen drain or an extremely important storm drain, keeping the drains clean can prevent costly plumbing problems. Drains are designed to allow water to flow, so keep debris from entering the pipes. Storm drains remove excess rain water that can potentially damage the structure of your home, or your landscaping. So make sure your drains are clear and free of debris in order for it to do its job.

We hope these tips will help keep your property in good plumbing condition.