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Residential & Commercial Plumbers in Santa Barbara & Ventura County, CA

When a plumbing emergency strikes your home or business, you deserve to have a trusted local plumber on your side to solve the problem fast. That’s why Rooter Solutions is here!

At Rooter Solutions, we are fully equipped to tackle any residential or commercial plumbing issue in Santa Barbara & Ventura counties. Our team of skilled plumbers can handle a wide range of plumbing problems, from clogged drains and broken water heaters to complex commercial backflow solutions. In over 30 years of service, we’ve seen and fixed it all!

From simple drain cleaning and plumbing maintenance to septic tank or sewer line replacement and repair, Rooter Solutions of Santa Barbara & Ventura counties is ready to offer our honest recommendations and finest work. We strive to uphold our award-winning reputation for customer satisfaction on every job with 24/7 emergency service, no-interest financing, free estimates, and full respect for your property.

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Call us at (805) 203-8111 for fast, friendly service.

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The Rooter Solutions Difference

Dependable Plumbing Practices
Dependable Plumbing Practices

We use industry-leading equipment and best practices on every plumbing repair and installation project, combined with warranties that can’t be surpassed.

Service-First Team
Service-First Team

Our team of licensed, experienced plumbing contractors is recognized for their honesty and friendliness. We always arrive on time and equipped with what we need to succeed.

30 Years of Experience
30 Years of Experience

Over the years, we’ve gained a wealth of knowledge about plumbing systems of all shapes and sizes. This experience enables us to customize services to your unique needs and budget.

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Santa Barbara & Ventura County, CA

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Rooter Solutions is the name Santa Barbara trusts for local plumbing services. We’re happy to provide you with an estimate for any of your commercial or residential plumbing needs.

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What it Means for Us to Be a Service-First Team

We’ve built a strong, community-centered company culture, and we’re proud to have done so without compromising on ethical business practices. We live our principles every day in our devotion to our employees and local neighborhoods. Our promise is this: to leave your home better than we found it, and to treat each person we come across in our travels with kindness.

Rooter Solutions is dedicated to being a positive force in the lives of those around us.

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Common Santa Barbara & Ventura County Plumbing FAQs

How do I know if I have a plumbing leak in my home?
Signs of a plumbing leak include unusually high water bills, water stains on walls or ceilings, musty odors, mold growth, or the sound of running water when no fixtures are in use. If you suspect a leak, it's best to contact a professional plumber to conduct a thorough inspection.
What should I do if my drain is clogged?
For minor clogs, you can try using a plunger or a drain snake to clear the blockage. Avoid using chemical drain cleaners as they can damage pipes. If DIY methods don't work, or if you experience frequent clogs, it's best to call a professional plumber to assess and address the issue
How often should I schedule plumbing maintenance for my home?
It's recommended to schedule plumbing maintenance at least once a year to prevent costly repairs and ensure your plumbing system is functioning efficiently. During maintenance visits, a plumber can inspect pipes, check for leaks, test water pressure, and perform any necessary adjustments or repairs.
What should I do if I have a burst pipe?
In the event of a burst pipe, immediately shut off the main water supply to your home to minimize water damage. Then, contact an emergency plumber at Rooter Solutions for prompt repair services. While waiting for Rooter Solutions to arrive, you can try to contain the water by placing buckets or towels around the affected area.
How can I prevent water pressure issues in my Santa Barbara home?
To maintain optimal water pressure, periodically check for leaks in your plumbing system and promptly repair any leaks found. Additionally, ensure that the main shut-off valve is fully open and free of obstructions. Installing a pressure regulator can help stabilize water pressure and prevent fluctuations that may damage pipes and appliances. Regular plumbing maintenance by a professional can also help identify and address potential issues before they escalate.

See Why “The American Riviera” Trusts Rooter Solutions

I saw an ad for Rooter Solutions on the TV and saw that they were offering a great deal on a drain cleaning service ($54). I looked them up on the internet and saw that they had great reviews so I called them the next day and they arrived quick. They served with great customer service and were very helpful with my plumbing service concerns.
- Mary Mock
I've hired these guys for numerous repairs over the past year at a multi-resident building and have been impressed with response time and communication. Plumbing is a hard gig to keep people happy when my pipes are falling apart everywhere. Thanks for all your help!
- Jashua P.
Excellent professional service! They were timely, extremely courteous, explained the situation, the work that would be needed and the cost. If you’re looking for a good plumber service, I recommend Rooter Solution highly!
- Yvonne Donnelly
My plumber couldn't come out to my business the same day and decided to reach out to Rooter Solutions and they said they could be out in a few hours, which was fantastic. They were able to snake out a line that unclogged three drains, so we are up and running again.
- Rob Vollmer