It's always a good feeling to know that you have a residential plumbing contractor you can rely on to handle any job. Whether you want to reduce your water use or keep your plumbing system running smoothly, Oak Plumbing is here to help.
We've been working in the Bay area for several years, and we pride ourselves on being part of the community. We focus on fixing common plumbing issues, such as low water pressure, clogged drains, and unseen leaks—our team can fix any plumbing problem you may have. As the top plumbing company in Benicia, CA, we offer the following services, among others:
- Water Heater Services
- Tankless Water Heater Services
- Water Main & Burst Pipe Repair
- Water Leak Detection
- Gas Leak Detection
- Gas Line Repair and Installation
- Drain Cleaning Services
- Hydro Jetting Services
- Sewer Line Repairs
- Sewer Video Inspection
- Trenchless Sewer Repair
- Repiping Services
- Kitchen Plumbing & Garbage Disposal
- Bathroom Remodeling
- Clogged Toilet Repair
- Sump Pump Services
- Slab Leak Repair
- Water Softeners
- Water Filtration Systems
- Commercial Plumbing
Our customers come first—that’s why we offer flat-rate, upfront pricing on all our services. We pride ourselves on being a plumbing company you can rely on, and no job is too big or too small for our team!
We offer both residential and commercial plumbing services in Benicia, get in touch today to get started!
Struggling with Low Water Pressure?
Low water pressure can be very frustrating. Not only does it make washing up much harder, but even washing machines take longer to finish a cycle. Low water pressure can affect just one fixture or your entire home.
Common causes of low water pressure include:
- Corroded galvanized steel pipes
- Faulty pressure regulators
- Partially closed water meter valve or main house shutoff valve
- Clogged pipes
- Mineral build-up
No matter the cause, our team of experts will come in, evaluate the issue, and give you several solutions to choose from before starting any work.
Replacing Your Water Heater
Water heaters have a limited lifespan, usually between 10 and 15 years. After this time, you'll notice your water heater becomes less efficient, and you'll spend more money and more time fixing it.
There are many good reasons to replace your water heater. Modern water heaters are more energy-efficient and can save you money on your power bill. They also require less maintenance.
As with any plumbing installation, we'll assess your plumbing system before making recommendations. Once we understand your needs, we'll find the most cost-effective solution that works for you.
Extend the life of your water heater and say goodbye to hard water by installing a whole-home water softener!
Do You Have a Leak?
Leaks are one of the most common issues we see in Benicia. These can range from an annoying faucet leak to a full-blown burst pipe. Many water leaks are hidden, and it can take a long time for you to notice there's a problem. Here are some of the most common signs of a water leak:
- Increased water bill even if you're using the same amount of water
- Bubbling paint on the walls
- Damp patches on the floors, ceilings, and walls
- Increased mold and mildew
The sooner you repair a water leak, the better. Water can do a lot of damage to your home, so it's vital to get a plumbing company in as soon as possible.
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The customer is hearing a water noise behind the down stairs toilet. As the first step in a process of elimination oak plumbing to perform a a leak detection. Note additional fee will apply to further repair or replace such leak. Oak plumbing performed electronic leak detection, that indication of a strong signal and the downstairs half bathroom in two locations, or plumbing Marked both areas with blue tape on the floor no it's the leak maybe within a 3 ft of either direction of the marks. Oak plumbing gave the recommendation to perform a hot and cold water reroute from the cold water inlet behind the water heater running the hot and cold water lines exposed in the garage to the half bathroom includes opening the sheetrock as needed to expose the manifold to run copper pipe in the garage with pex pipe in the walls and ceiling connection to the existing hot and cold manifolds and to the existing copper piping going to the upstairs hallway bathroom, opening the sheetrock as needed i
the existing water heater approximately 3 years old and in the pilot keeps going out every couple weeks, the customer tried to order parts and the manufacturer said they're back ordered and not sure when they will arrive. The customer is looking for recommendations of plumbing gave a recommendation option Option to install a replacement 40 skinny water heater package with stunning out the T&p relief line to out side the garage and running the pan drain to above the garage floor Oak plumbing proceeded with the installation of a new 40 gallon skinny water heater due to the space available with the insulation of new supply lines gas emergency shut off valve gas flex gas trip to you ground wire expansion tank running the tnp to outside the garage, soap tested gas connections with no apparent drips or bubbles.
Snake out drain disconnect pipes clear blockage and test for leaks