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Plumbing Services in Irvine, CA

Irvine is Orange County’s premium district. Its thriving housing market and laid-back atmosphere make it a wonderland for fun-loving investors. Rentals dominate the region, so this is the perfect spot for earning a passive income. Whether you live in your own home or lease it, you’ll need to make sure your plumbing is in tiptop shape. We’d hate you to sacrifice your beach time, so at Bill Metzger Plumbing, we take care of your infrastructure from end to end quickly. We install commercial and residential systems, then keep them in perfect condition. Our replacements, repairs, and tune-ups will ensure that your plumbing is as functional today as it was on the day you installed it.

Commercial Plumbing Systems Irvine

We install and repair industrial plumbing systems, fire sprinklers, and innovative bathroom fixtures. We offer our services at every phase of your property development, so if you’re still waiting to lay the first brick, we’ll work around your preconstruction schedule. We’ll take the time to understand your needs. Our fair prices and service excellence make for a highly efficient and pleasant experience.

Residential Plumbing in Irvine

Your plumbing keeps your home disease- and mildew-free. It forms an integral part of your fire safety strategy and even contributes to your indoor climate. Bill Metzger Plumbing can handle the entire life span of your fixtures, heaters, and pipes. We install, repair, and maintain:

  • Water heaters, including tankless systems
  • Leak and drip repairs
  • Sewer and gas lines
  • Water filtration, including hard water treatments
  • Water pressure repairs
  • Fixture installations and repairs

Irvine’s engineers and water pros keep local water supplies safe, but contaminants are often detected. Ratings haven’t been updated in nearly two decades, so a whole-house water purifier is the only way to ensure excellent water quality. Hard water prevails throughout California, and it affects the taste of your tap water and stains your appliances. We’ll make sure you can enjoy soft, delicious water around the clock.

Inspections in Irvine, CA

Regular inspections are essential for preventative care. We offer comprehensive inspection services that cover:

  • Exposed plumbing assessments.
  • Water heaters: Our maintenance service will ensure that your emergency shut-off switches, drain valves, and thermostats are in good shape. We’ll make sure your temperature settings and flue pipes are working as they should.
  • Water pressure checks: We’ll inspect your water pressure regulator and make sure your setting isn’t high enough to cause burst pipes.
  • Sink and faucet checks: Our preventative maintenance routine includes leak checks and an assessment of your dishwasher, toilets, supply lines, and emergency shut-offs.
  • Sump pumps: If you have a basement, we’ll install and maintain your sump pump so that heavy rains don’t cause destructive flooding.
  • Washing machine maintenance: We’ll replace worn-out components that can eventually lead to flooding.
  • Grease trap and drain cleaning.
  • Backflow prevention.

Plumbing Fixture Services Irvine

Your plumbing fixtures form the core of your bathroom and kitchen decor, so form must follow function. We’ll help you to find the most beautiful fixtures on the market today so that, when you enter your bathroom, your anxieties melt away. You can always count on our attention to detail. We’ll help you remodel your powder room, add a new bathroom, or expand your kitchen. Our team has the taste and skill to make your decor dreams a sparkling reality. We’ll maintain and repair all our installations so that your system runs efficiently and safely. Call us to arrange a consultation on (949) 492-3558.


Taking pride in the look and feel of your home or business is extremely important. It’s also important to make sure your fixtures are up-to-date or working properly. Bill Metzger Plumbing is available to assist with all your residential or commercial plumbing fixture repairs or replacement needs. If you suspect a problem with your toilet, sink, faucet, tub, or any other fixture, we can diagnose the problem and make all the necessary repairs. Our goal is to keep your entire plumbing system running smoothly, efficiently, and economically.


Your sump pump is your last line of defense from water getting into your basement and ruining your possessions or that recently remodeled family room. The plumbers at Bill Metzger have the experience to handle the following:

  • Sump pump installations
  • Sump pump repairs
  • Sump pump maintenance
  • Sump pit installations
  • Sump pump battery backup systems

It is important that your sump pump is properly sized and installed correctly. We make sure that we use a brand that can withstand the demands of pumping water 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


We specialize in water pump repair and are one of the oldest water pump rebuilders in the United States. We have rebuilt water pumps for homes and industrial stationary. We offer fast work, have quick turnaround, and fair prices. We take pride in the skill it takes to do a quality water pump rebuild. Contact us for more information on a water pump repair or a water pump rebuild.


Because earthquakes are a matter of “when” not “if,” installing earthquake shut-off valves can help to prevent explosions by sensing and measuring the intensity of an earthquake and then shutting off the gas valve if the reading of the earthquake measures 5.4 or higher on the Richter scale as read at the location of the shut-off valve. Bill Metzger Plumbing highly recommends that you have this system installed at your home/commercial property, especially in buildings of more than three units. Call today to discuss how you can protect your property.


Finding a grease servicing company that specializes and performs a combination of grease trap/interceptor cleaning, used cooking oil/grease collection, hydro jetting/plumbing, and hot water pressure washing service can be a nightmare, to say the least. The perfect company that offers these combinations of services is not easy to find. There are hardly any reputable companies that can provide a full line of grease servicing products that cater to the food service industry. However, if you are hunting for a full-service grease company that can cater to all your needs, your search ends right here. Bill Metzger Plumbing is a highly reputable grease servicing company specializing in the food service industry for over 50 years.


Backflow is the undesirable reversal in the flow of water from a real or potential source of contamination back to the potable, or clean, water supply. Consider having a garden hose in a bucket of soapy water at your home and having a backflow event occur, causing that soapy water to “backflow” into the drinking water portion of your home. Various types of backflow preventers exist for different applications and health hazard conditions. Check state and other local administrative codes or other regulations for the correct backflow to use. The most common are reduced pressure backflow preventer and double backflow preventer valves. Backflow preventers are primarily used in sewer, wastewater, residential, sprinkler, and irrigation backflow applications. If you are looking for a backflow prevention system, give us a call today to keep your water and sewer safe.


Water pressure regulators control both the water pressure and the flow rate of the incoming water supply into your home. Regulators are used to allow high-pressure water supply lines to be reduced to safe and usable pressures. A properly installed pressure regulator can eliminate many common plumbing problems, saving you both time and money in the long run. However, a damaged or worn-out pressure regulator can result in a dangerously high water pressure being present in your home. There are many common issues that can be easily prevented or solved through the installation or replacement of a water pressure regulator.


  • Broken or burst pipes that can lead to flooding
  • Continual sound of running water
  • Running toilets
  • Damage to your appliances such as dishwashers, refrigerator ice makers, or washing machines
  • Banging pipe sounds
  • Leaking sprinkler valves
  • High water bills

Our expertly trained professionals can help determine the unique needs of your plumbing system and what solution best works for your situation.


Running out of hot water? Have a big home and family that uses lots of hot water? Then a tankless water heater could be right for you. You can use up to 200 gallons of hot water an hour. Bill Metzger Plumbing only sells and installs the very best tankless water heaters on the market. Installed correctly with a new enlarged vent, and to a three-fourths gas line to meet the increased BTUs needed and a new water filter, the final cost can be between $2,000 to $3,000 or more, depending on extras. For most customers, it has been well worth it. Contact us today for tank and tankless water heaters.


Hundreds of Irvine network of repair service professionals. Our local pros receive training and have access to millions of repair parts for the most popular water heater brands, so you get the best of Bill Metzger Plumbing. Right around the corner in the Irvine, CA, area, schedule your Irvine water heater repair service.


We are one of the few water heater installation companies in Irvine that are certified and highly recommended. We provide quality water heaters, basic installations, repairs, or disposals of your old unit; extra parts and labor are required to do the job right. If your old water heater needs to be replaced, give us a call today for expert services to keep your water clean and heated.


The typical water heater is usually a cylindrical tank with a heat source in or below the tank used to heat entering cold water for the supply of hot water to a home when needed. Most residential water heaters have a 38- to 50-gallon, glass-lined steel tank (but can range up to 88 gallons). The heat source can be either natural gas or propane, oil, electricity, solar, or geothermal. The life expectancy of the average water heater is eight to 12 years for gas and oil, 10 to 15 for electrical, solar, and geothermal, and over 20 years on tankless (made of stainless steel).

There are several different types of hot water systems used in the U.S., including indirect water heater systems, dual-purpose water heater systems, on-demand water heater systems (or tankless), high-efficiency gas systems, or direct vent systems. Indirect water heater systems use a boiler to heat the water. Dual-purpose water heaters, also referred to as hedonic water heaters, use one of the heat types above and then store domestic water while circulating hot water through a heat exchanger connected to a forced-air furnace. On-demand water heaters, or tankless, only heat the water when there is a demand for it, and they do not have a storage tank. Instant water heaters are small (a half-gallon) and are located near the tap — a design that provides hot water for only one tap.


Whether the water heater uses gas, oil, or electricity to fuel the heat source, all water heaters share the following basic components:

  • Cold water inlet pipe
  • Cold water control valve
  • Cold water dip tube
  • Hot water outlet pipe
  • Anti-corrosion or sacrificial anode
  • Drain valve
  • Temperature/pressure relief valve
  • TPRV discharge tube


Bill Metzger Plumbing offers a noninvasive way to test and locate leaks on the potable hot and cold water systems throughout the house. Our detections include a thorough check of the water system, identification of the origin of the leak, multiple estimates for the repair, and a solid guarantee with our services.


If you have a leak underneath or within your home’s concrete slab foundations, it can be a big problem — simple corrosion in older pipes or small leaks in soft copper pipes can start with higher utility bills and rapidly escalate into flooding and major damage. If you suspect that there is a problem with the pipes underneath your home — commonly, the hot water pipes — it is important to get an expert to look at it sooner rather than later. If you have had a catastrophic leak, then, of course, it’s important to shut off your main water and tank water heater lines as soon as possible — if you need help locating these, call us immediately. For all your slab leak diagnosis and repair in Irvine, California, you count on the expertise you receive from Bill Metzger Plumbing.


We can locate gas smells and/0r gas leaks. We have gas detectors just like the gas company, and it’s now gas company policy to shut off your gas to the whole house and lock it in the off position if you believe you have a gas leak. We will locate the problem and do whatever work is needed to correct the problem and try to keep your house in service if possible.


Clogged drains? No problem! At Bill Metzger Plumbing, we specialize in clearing drains. Whether it is your kitchen, bath, basement, or toilet, we can handle any drain. We have advanced tools and technology to get to the root of the problem. Along with a great price, every time you call Bill Metzger Plumbing, you also get:

  • Reliable technicians – Our technicians are all background checked, drug tested, and properly trained.
  • Cleanliness guaranteed – We respect you and your property.
  • Same-day service – Call before noon, and get service today! You can even get emergency service at night or on weekends.


  • Kitchen drains
  • Bathroom sink drains
  • Bathtub drains
  • Shower drains
  • Main lines — drain cleanings
  • Floor drains
  • Clogged toilets
  • Sewer drain cleanings


Running water provides the foundation for many everyday tasks, including washing the dishes, cooking, showering, gardening, and many other activities. Without it, family life comes to a standstill. Our experienced technicians can ensure that all of your plumbing needs are met so that you can go about your daily household routine with ease.

You can trust the professionals at Bill Metzger Plumbing to perform basic and advanced water line repairs for your home. We’ve been in business for over five decades and have a reputation for outstanding workmanship, as well as exceptional customer service. Whether you need us to install a water line or are in need of sewer line replacement, we can get the job done in a timely and efficient manner. If you are experiencing a plumbing emergency, please call us right away! We offer 24/7 emergency service.


It stays out of sight, and you rarely give it a thought, but sewer line repairs are expensive. If you have a sewer line clog, you suddenly have a lot to worry about. Finding a qualified contractor, getting the right permits, and overseeing a messy project is a hassle. Bill Metzger Plumbing is pleased to offer you a plan to avoid costly, unexpected repair bills and to breathe easier with our total 24-hour service. The Sewer Line Repair Program eliminates most sewer line worries for a low monthly fee. Enroll today, and you’ll have peace of mind. Contact us today for more information about our sewer line repair service in Irvine.


As a full-service commercial and residential plumber, we can replace sewer pipes to correct a number of problems. Commercial building owners are responsible for maintaining the pipes connecting their premises to the city sewer main, generally to the curb or sidewalk. Drain and sewer pipes left in disrepair could cause flooding and groundwater contamination, representing a serious environmental hazard. Bill Metzger Plumbing can fix that sewer line to correct a number of problems, including:

  • Broken, cracked, offset, or collapsed pipes – Damaged pipes due to shifting soil, frozen ground, settling, etc.
  • Blockages – Grease buildup or a foreign object is restricting or prohibiting proper flow and/or cleaning of the line.
  • Corrosion – The pipe has deteriorated and/or broken, causing sections of the pipe to collapse and restrict flow.
  • Leaking joints – The seals between pipes have broken, allowing water to escape into the area surrounding the pipe.
  • Bellied pipe – A section of the pipe has sunk due to ground or soil conditions, creating a valley that collects paper and waste.
  • Root infiltrations – Tree or shrub roots have invaded the sewer line, preventing normal cleaning, and/or roots have damaged the pipe.
  • Off-grade pipe – Existing pipes are constructed of substandard or outdated material that may have deteriorated or corroded.


Did you know that the water line that runs from the street to your home is your responsibility? Water line failures can cost a homeowner like yourself thousands of dollars in unexpected repairs. Fortunately, there is a program to help you avoid these costly repair bills — Bill Metzger Plumbing has the best water line replacement costs around.

  • Convenience: Simply call our service hotline any time, day or night, and we’ll send a repair specialist to your home within 24 hours.
  • Reliability: Instead of choosing a random contractor, you can rest easy knowing that your line will be repaired by qualified specialists who have experience with water line problems.


If you’ve noticed a sudden increase in your water bill or puddles forming in your yard when it’s not raining, you may have a leaking or broken water line. Water lines can crack or deteriorate from a variety of unavoidable environmental conditions, and most people don’t realize that maintenance of the water line, which runs from your house to the street, is the homeowner’s responsibility. Fortunately, a rapid response can prevent thousands of dollars worth of damage to your property and hazardous backflow.

At Bill Metzger Plumbing, we specialize in and frequently perform water line replacements so you can rest assured that your water line will be serviced by experienced professionals. So whether you suspect you have a problem with your water line or want to run a routine inspection, we have the expertise and knowledge to get the job done in a thorough, timely, and cost-effective manner. For more information or to schedule a free inspection, please contact us.


The repiping process is also known as a repipe job (repipe, repiping, repiping, new piping, re-plumbing, re-plumbing, piping, and piping replacement). Repiping is part of the plumbing C-36 license classification. We are licensed, expert plumbers. We are experienced repipe specialists. As the pipes of a plumbing system age, these pipes will need to be replaced because of corrosion, rust, leaks, pinhole leaks, low water pressure, and rusty water. It is important to get pipes fixed as soon as possible because leaks destroy homes and cause mold, and this can cause costly damage that you may not even see until it is too late.


Pipe relining is the process of repairing damaged sewer pipes by making, essentially, a pipe within a pipe to restore the functionality of your pipes. The epoxy relining materials that we use molds to the inside of the existing pipe to create a smooth new inner wall. Many times, pipe relining can be performed through a building’s clean-out access and often requires little digging. Pipe relining may be used to repair pipes that have tree root damage, to seal cracks and holes in the pipes, fill in missing pipes, and seal joint connections underground in roof drain pipes, storm lines, and under concrete. The relined pipe is seamless and durable, and all materials used in the relining process are nonhazardous.

If you have a broken pipe, or possibly a tree root intrusion, contact the services of DrainSolvers to fix your problems without having to dig a trench.


You no longer have to have a trench cut through your yard, sidewalk, or driveway to replace sewer or water pipes. With a small hole at each end of the run, we can pull pipes from the building to the main. We can even upsize a line from 4 inches to 6 inches to provide you greater capacity. The trenchless method uses the existing damaged sewer line as a conduit and guide for the new pipe. A cone-shaped, path-clearing installation head with the new pipe attached is inserted through the old pipe. As the installation head passes through the existing pipe, it actually pulls in a full-size replacement pipe.

After installation of the new pipe is complete, it is simply connected to the existing system. This code-approved pipe is a completely root-proof, leak-proof, chemical, and acid resistant pipe, with a 100-year design life. In the past, the only way to repair underground sewer or water pipes was to dig a trench, essentially destroying your front yard or sidewalk. Now, there are trenchless pipe repair and replacement options that minimize the impact on your landscaping — and your wallet.


Pipe-bursting trenchless pipe replacement systems allow you to install new pipelines in the same or even larger diameter than the pipe being replaced with minimum excavation. Pipe-bursting systems can be used to replace deteriorated wastewater, water, and gas piping, including vitrified clay, cast iron, concrete, reinforced concrete, asbestos cement, and PVC with high-density polyethylene pipe. This heavy-duty HDPE pipe is available from 4 inches in diameter up to 36 inches in diameter. This high molecular weight pipe is corrosion-resistant and offers excellent flow characteristics. The use of continuous, fusion-welded pipe eliminates problem areas associated with joints such as leakage or infiltration and permits installation in smooth, jointless lengths. Another advantage is its flexibility, which permits it to be laid in a gradual radius for use on curves and steep hillsides without the need for fittings or excavations.


It is impossible to predict when a problem will arise with an in-home gas line. But with Bill Metzger Plumbing in-home gas line repair, you don’t ever have to worry about costly, unexpected problems with your lines.

  • Complete line repairs – All parts and problems fixed, 100% guaranteed.
  • Reliable services – Our toll-free hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A qualified, approved contractor will arrive at your house within 24 hours of your call.
  • Guaranteed satisfaction – Stay protected as long as you like. The low monthly charge ensures you will continue to receive the full benefits of our service.


If you’re like most people, you are probably unaware that the gas line that runs from your house to the street is your responsibility. What’s more, replacements cost, on average, $800 or more. You can avoid those problems with Bill Metzger Plumbing gas line replacement services.

  • Peace of mind – You avoid the hassle of finding a qualified contractor and paying for costly repairs. We provide both of these services for you, saving you time and money.
  • Reliable service – Our toll-free hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A qualified, approved contractor will arrive at your house within 24 hours of your call.
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