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Sinacori Plumbing is a locally owned and operated family business.

With over 30 years of experience in residential and commercial service and repair Sinacori Plumbing has the knowledge and skills to provide the right solution to your plumbing problems.

We specialize in slab leak location and sewer pipe video inspection. Sinacori Plumbing provides 24-hour same day emergency service with fair and honest pricing.

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Toilet Repairs

Your toilet is the one thing in your home that absolutely MUST work! A toilet that is not running properly is more than just inconvenient, it can be costly and dangerous as well. If you’re experiencing a toilet emergency, the expert plumbers in Simi Valley, CA are here for you.

We provide top quality service in the Simi and Conejo Valleys.

We service all your plumbing needs from big to small, we do it all. Our goal is to properly diagnose and solve all your plumbing needs. Sinacori Plumbing the family that treats you like family!

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To help prevent clogs, fit all your tubs and shower drains with a strainer that catches hair and soap chips, and clean the strainer regularly.

Do not rinse fats or cooking oils down the kitchen sink. Liquid fats solidify in the cold pipes and create clogs.

Avoid using caustic liquid drain openers (like Drano or Liquid Plumber) on a drain that is completely clogged. The caustic ingredients are trapped in your pipes, and it can severely damage them. If you can’t snake the drain yourself, contact a professional to do so.

You can extend the life of your garbage disposal by:

  • Using plenty of cold water when running it
  • Making sure you avoid overloading it
  • Never disposing of things like bones or corn husks
  • Never using a caustic drain opener

Even small drips can waste thousands of gallons of water, as much as 150 gallons a day! Be sure to check under sinks for moisture or small leaks. Always repair leaky faucets right away to avoid paying for wasted water, and also to avoid water damage to your fixtures and pipes.

Remove and clean your faucet aerators annually to ensure an even flow of water.

Make sure overflow holes on tubs and vanities is clear and open to prevent water damage to floors and ceilings.

Pay attention to your drains. Most plumbing repair calls are for clogged drains.
Grease builds up over time and causes clogs. There are preventative measures you can take to counteract grease buildup.

Pouring boiling, sudsy water down the drain periodically will reduce grease buildup.

In most cases, hair can be trapped in some sort of screen or drain cover. Talk to your local plumber next time and ask about ways to prevent the hair from getting in the drain. It’s much easier to gather hair off the screen periodically than it is to deal with a clogged pipe.

Plumbing remodels start out as fun projects because they involve looking at pictures and picking out plumbing fixtures for your kitchen and bathroom. It also means picking out cabinets, countertops, lighting, and everything else that will make your new kitchen and/or new bathroom look beautiful. It’s exciting to see everything arrive and imagine how it will all fall into place. However, a plumbing remodel can quickly turn into a disaster without the right plumber.

Remodeling plumbing involves replacing everything in your kitchen or bathroom. This means turning off the water, dismantling the cabinets, taking away the appliances and essentially shutting down the two most important rooms in your house. An extensive plumbing remodel will take these two rooms out of commission for as long as the remodel takes.

Small bathroom and kitchen upgrades in your home or business are projects we can complete on our own. However, for a major remodel, there will be several trades (like carpenters and electricians) involved whose work will need to be coordinated. If the remodeling process is not coordinated properly, it can add weeks to the completion of a job. We suggest hiring a general contractor for a major remodel. A general contractor is the professional builder who orchestrates the remodeling process from demolition to finish.

We provide complete plumbing services and installation specializing in:
• Plumbing-fixture installation ( faucets, showers, tubs )
• Leak repair and clogged drains
• Toilet installation and repair
• Piping and re-piping
• Water heater and TANKLESS water heater installation and repair
• Drain cleaning
• Video drain inspection
• Emergency Services

Chances are, if you live in an older home, you’re probably ready for a repipe. Older galvanized water lines deteriorate over time.

Deposits and buildup also decrease water flow and cause damage to water heaters and fixtures. In addition, older waste and water lines are generally undersized for today’s plumbing demands.

If your home’s piping is causing you problems, we recommend having your old pipes replaced with copper piping. Many homes use iron piping, which wears out due to rusting. Not only does this cause leaks that can damage your home, but health problems when rust appears in your drinking water.

A repipe may be necessary:
• If you have multiple leaks throughout our home with more leaks developing.
• If your sinks and drains clog easily and cleaning them is only a temporary fix.
• If your water has an unusual taste or color.

A complete residential re-piping can save you money in the long run by eliminating repeat trips from a plumber for fixing leaks or unclogging drains, which seem to develop no matter what you do.

The easiest way to fix problems with your toilet is to avoid them all together. With this in mind, make sure you never flush anything other than toilet paper down your toilet. Things like paper towels, diapers and rags are not designed to break down in water and can cause stoppages if they make their way into your pipes.

If you think you have a slow leak from your toilet tank to your toilet bowl, try this: add a few drops of food coloring to the toilet tank and wait for about a half hour. When you come back, if any of the colored water has gotten into the bowl, call us as soon as possible – that slow leak, even if it doesn’t seem like much, can literally double the cost of your water bills!

Did you know that if your toilet was manufactured prior to 1994 you could be wasting money with every flush? Older toilets use 3.5 gallons per flush – more than double the current industry standard of 1.6 gallons! Assuming that every person in your family flushes the toilet five times a day, replacing your existing toilet with a new, high efficiency toilet can save you over 1,200 gallons of water per month!

New Toilet Installation
Remodeling your bathroom? Adding on a new one? If you’ve already picked out a toilet for your new bathroom, we can install it and hook it up to your home’s plumbing system. If not, we can help you choose a toilet that complements your new bathroom and meets your efficiency needs.

24-Hour Emergency Toilet Repair Services
If you return from vacation to find your bathroom under an inch of water with more streaming out of the top of the bowl, our professional plumbers are available around the clock to make sure that – no matter what time it is.

Sewer blocks are one of the worst problems that daunt a homeowner. Clogs in the drain pipes may require the digging up of the lawn or breaking down the concrete slab. This is a labor intensive process and can cost a lot of money. The introduction of video inspection of pipelines has solved many of these problems.

Video inspection consists of a remotely operated swiveling head that can pan and tilt. Lighting devices like LEDs are incorporated into the head to illuminate the sewer lines and provides for sharp and clear viewing. Using this, professionals easily locate the blocks in your sewer.

The water and waste lines that make up your home’s plumbing system, can be susceptible to problems if the pipes are old and worn. Tree and shrub roots commonly cause clogs or damage to water lines, and often requires repair and sometimes replacement services. Other common problems with water lines include the settling of soil, improper installation of pipes, and normal wear and tear as the water line ages.

Typically, it’s not a major pipe break that causes the need for water damage repair. Little pinhole leaks in your water line pipes can cause extensive water damage leading to more expensive water damage restoration than you could imagine. Regular inspection of your water and waste lines will allow you to catch and even prevent such problems.

If your water bill starts increasing without reason or you suspect you need water and waste line repairs, contact us right away!

Do you suspect you may have a water leak? Has your usage on your water utility bill increased without explanation? Perhaps you’ve noticed a sunken or overly wet area in your yard or landscaping. Any one of these may be an indicator of a possible water leak.

First, look for anything obvious…Outside, check for any overly wet or green areas in an otherwise dry yard. Inside, look and listen to your toilet to see if it is running when not in use. If you have a crawl space, look in with a flashlight for any damp or wet areas. If need be, the Public Works Department can send an employee out to check your meter for signs of flow. (REMEMBER, once the water has gone through your meter, you are responsible for payment for that water, regardless of whether or not you have a leak.)

Call us right away for help!

Tankless water heaters are compact heating units that provide hot water as it is needed, and do no store hot water like traditional tank-type water heaters. When a hot water tap is turned on, water enters the tankless water heater. A sensor detects the water flow, and activates an electric or gas heating device, which quickly raises the water temperature to a preset level. When water flow stops, the heating element shuts off. This can create up to a 40% energy savings, endless hot water, and significant space savings.

Conventional Water Heaters
To keep your water heater running efficiently, drain the sediment that accumulates in the bottom of the water heater at least twice each year. Open the drain valve at the bottom of the water heater and drain it into a bucket until the water runs clear (maybe four or five gallons).

Hard water problems are caused by the presence of calcium and magnesium minerals in your water. When left untreated, these natural minerals become ‘sticky’ as they encounter stressors in your home, things like changes in temperature, pressure, or turbulence. The sticky mineral clumps will form hard water stains on countertops and shower walls, and can affect the way your soap lathers.
While troublesome when you notice them, hard water problems are even worse in areas where you can’t see them. Hard water build-up will form on the inside of pipes, on the heating coil or element in your water heater, inside your showerheads and faucets, and in other areas that can’t be seen – or cleaned. These deposits will start to clog faucets, filters, and pipes. Water heaters and other water-using appliances will exhibit hard water problems such as a reduction in water flow, and will often require repair or replacement. Hard water scale build-up can also increase energy usage in appliances, and cause them to fail prematurely.

Signs of Hard Water
• Water heaters, dishwashers and washing machines may require frequent repair or replacement
• Shower heads and faucet aerators will clog, and water will spray sideways
• Pipes will clog with chalky white build-up and develop pinhole leaks over time
• Dishes and glassware will show water spotting or a white mineral haze
• Ice maker will break down and might require replacement
• Toilets, sinks and showers will be difficult to clean

A No-Salt Water Conditioner uses electronic scale-control technology to reduce hard water build-up in your home. Your water can have a more natural feel, and water-using appliances perform as expected — without adding salt or chemicals to your water.