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Emergency Plumber

Plenty of plumbing companies promise emergency services, but not all of them have the means to provide truly reliable work when you need an emergency plumber. Hansen’s Plumbing has been helping homeowners out of their worst plumbing jams for years. We know just how important it is to have a reliable emergency plumber.

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Shower Repair

Since bathrooms receive more daily use than other areas in your house, it makes sense that they would occasionally need shower repair. Thankfully, a plumbing contractor can help you find the cause of a leaky shower so you can save money in the long run. Continue reading to learn the 3 signs you need bathroom shower repair. For more information, find a plumber near you.

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Plumbing Contractor

When remodeling a bathroom, you’ll need a plumbing contractor to do the jobs you can’t do on your own. If you only have one bathroom in your house, adding a second bathroom is a worthwhile investment. Prospective buyers want a house that will accommodate them and their families. As a result, they may pass on your house if there’s only one bathroom for more than three bedrooms. A new bathroom increases the value of your home and helps it stand out among the competition. Even small bathroom renovations can add value to your home. Keep reading to learn our bathroom plumbing tips for remodeling.

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Santa Paula Plumbing

Plumbing problems are thangs that everyone wants to avoid. The spring time presents some challenges for your plumbing in Santa Paula. The best way to avoid clogs is to put a stopper over your shower and sink drains. This will catch any potentially hazardous items before they make their way down your drain and start causing problems.

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Common Plumbing Problems

Research shows that homeowners, depending on the age of their home, will call a plumber once every three years for common plumbing problems! To some this may seem like a lot, but others they might get a visit from a plumber every year.
There are many different types of plumbing problems, but we’re always asked “is this a common problem?” Though we’ve seen a wide variety of plumbing problems from large to small, we generated a list of common plumbing problems that our technicians most commonly see in the homes they service.