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Scott Andrews Plumbing

Scott Andrews Plumbing Serving Aguanga & Anza in California. Honest and on time. Specializing in great customer service and quality plumbing work. (951)401-3540
Lic #955010

Owner and operator of Scott Andrews Plumbing serving Aguanga & Anza in Southern California. Scott has been working in the plumbing industry for 20+ years and has owned his own company since 2010. He’s honest and on time. Please call or message for a quote or if you have any questions. (951) 401-3540

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Scott Andrews Plumbing
09/12/2020

Scott Andrews Plumbing

10 Things You Should Never Put Down The Drain1. Cooking Oil: Oils are a major contributor to clogs and mix with other de...
06/30/2017

10 Things You Should Never Put Down The Drain

1. Cooking Oil: Oils are a major contributor to clogs and mix with other debris to create sludge (ew!). This also includes mayonnaise and salad dressings.

2. Butter and Margarine: Especially when melted, butter and margarine can congeal and build up over time creating water resistant barriers.

3. Grease and Other Fats: Like oils, leftover fats or grease from cooking bacon or other meats can congeal, blocking drains and allowing other debris to cling onto the inside of pipes.

4. Egg Shells: The shells are hard on disposal blades and the membranes can wrap around the grinding apparatus. Once ground, the tiny bits of shell can compound other blockages. Better to compost than toss out.

5. Coffee Grounds: Since they’re not completely water soluble, when grounds mix with oil or grease already coating the pipes, you’ve got a real mess on your hands. Grounds should best be disposed of in the trash or, better yet, composted.

6. Pasta: Noodles will continue to expand with more exposure to water each time you run the faucet and the sticky semolina flour can gum up the pipes or fill the disposal trap.

7. Rice: Rice grains can easily slip down the drain, but once there will absorb more water and swell.

8. Flour: Flour + water = basically glue. You get the picture.

9. Produce Stickers: They fall off easily in the sink while washing, but the plastic and adhesive stickers are rarely water soluble and can block screens and filters in treatment plants down the line.

10. Medication: While there’s no real danger to your drain or pipes per se, the addition of pharmaceuticals into the water is no good for humans or animals. There are programs that let you dispose of unused medicine properly and safely, otherwise they’re best to go into the trash, sealed.

#household #tips #plumbing

Sprinkler tie in and shut off 5/18/2017
05/18/2017

Sprinkler tie in and shut off 5/18/2017

Before and after - 1" sprinkler tie in: 4/6/2017
04/06/2017

Before and after - 1" sprinkler tie in: 4/6/2017

New 1" sprinkler tie in - 4/6/2017
04/06/2017

New 1" sprinkler tie in - 4/6/2017

New water heater installation - 1/18/2017
01/18/2017

New water heater installation - 1/18/2017

Apron sink install - 12/23/2016
12/23/2016

Apron sink install - 12/23/2016

Pressure regulator with new shutoff 11/10/2016
11/10/2016

Pressure regulator with new shutoff 11/10/2016

Before and After: Outdoor Hose Bibb Repair
09/05/2016

Before and After: Outdoor Hose Bibb Repair

Before and after - new sprinkler shut off
08/30/2016

Before and after - new sprinkler shut off

Pressure regulating valve with new ball valve shutoff
08/26/2016

Pressure regulating valve with new ball valve shutoff

Before and after, 1" main water shutoff ... 7/20/2016
07/20/2016

Before and after, 1" main water shutoff ... 7/20/2016

Recessed gas box before and after 6/22/2016
06/22/2016

Recessed gas box before and after 6/22/2016

Wall mounted kitchen faucet - 6/21/2016
06/21/2016

Wall mounted kitchen faucet - 6/21/2016

Pressure regulator before and after - 6/13/2016
06/13/2016

Pressure regulator before and after - 6/13/2016

Happy Earth Day! Here are some plumbing tips that will reduce your water use for Earth - Low-flow showerhead- Dual-flush...
04/22/2016

Happy Earth Day! Here are some plumbing tips that will reduce your water use for Earth

- Low-flow showerhead
- Dual-flush toilet
- Attach aerators to your faucets
- Check your water heater temperature setting
- Fix that drip!

Sink replacement in Newport Beach 4/20/15
04/20/2016

Sink replacement in Newport Beach 4/20/15

Installing a new recirculating pump
04/01/2016

Installing a new recirculating pump

2/10/2016
02/10/2016

2/10/2016

Today's work - Replaced the shower valve through the fiberglass enclosure, 1/29/2016
01/29/2016

Today's work - Replaced the shower valve through the fiberglass enclosure, 1/29/2016

01/20/2016

Clearing out an area drain

Make sure your area drains are cleared out... you don't want find out your drains are clogged when its pouring down rain...
01/20/2016

Make sure your area drains are cleared out... you don't want find out your drains are clogged when its pouring down rain!

Plumbing Work
01/20/2016

Plumbing Work

It was definitely time to replace this water heater! 1/16/2016
01/16/2016

It was definitely time to replace this water heater! 1/16/2016

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?http://www....
01/14/2016
Santa Margarita Water District - Rebate Programs

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?

http://www.smwd.com/conservation/rebate-programs.html

The Santa Margarita Water District is Orange County’s second-largest water district, providing water and wastewater treatment services to more than 150,000 residents and businesses in Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto de Caza, Las Flores, Ladera Ranch, and Talega.

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?http://www....
01/14/2016
Santa Margarita Water District - Rebate Programs

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?

http://www.smwd.com/conservation/rebate-programs.html

The Santa Margarita Water District is Orange County’s second-largest water district, providing water and wastewater treatment services to more than 150,000 residents and businesses in Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto de Caza, Las Flores, Ladera Ranch, and Talega.

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?http://www....
01/14/2016
Santa Margarita Water District - Rebate Programs

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?

http://www.smwd.com/conservation/rebate-programs.html

The Santa Margarita Water District is Orange County’s second-largest water district, providing water and wastewater treatment services to more than 150,000 residents and businesses in Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto de Caza, Las Flores, Ladera Ranch, and Talega.

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?http://www....
01/14/2016
Santa Margarita Water District - Rebate Programs

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?

http://www.smwd.com/conservation/rebate-programs.html

The Santa Margarita Water District is Orange County’s second-largest water district, providing water and wastewater treatment services to more than 150,000 residents and businesses in Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto de Caza, Las Flores, Ladera Ranch, and Talega.

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?http://www....
01/14/2016
Santa Margarita Water District - Rebate Programs

Are you within the Santa Margarita Water District? If so, have you seen all the different rebates they offer?

http://www.smwd.com/conservation/rebate-programs.html

The Santa Margarita Water District is Orange County’s second-largest water district, providing water and wastewater treatment services to more than 150,000 residents and businesses in Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto de Caza, Las Flores, Ladera Ranch, and Talega.

Dispersion. While a #RainGarden *collects* urban runoff, it does so in order to let that runoff *disperse* into living n...
12/18/2015

Dispersion. While a #RainGarden *collects* urban runoff, it does so in order to let that runoff *disperse* into living native soils. In a forest the rain is dispersed naturally and runoff is not a problem. In the built environment replicating nature-like dispersion sometimes requires creativity. These two examples by artist Cris Bruch illustrate runoff dispersion beautifully

Dispersion. While a #RainGarden *collects* urban runoff, it does so in order to let that runoff *disperse* into living native soils. In a forest the rain is dispersed naturally and runoff is not a problem. In the built environment replicating nature-like dispersion sometimes requires creativity. These two examples by artist Cris Bruch illustrate runoff dispersion beautifully. Share your favorite examples of dispersion with us in the comments section! I especially love that this particular dispersion system is just a mirror image of what our existing collection system looks like. flip your thinking!

11/25/2015

Thanksgiving is tomorrow, here are some tips to avoid a plumbing emergency:

- Don't treat the disposal like a trash can
- Be picky about what you toss - don't put turkey bones, poultry skin, potato peels, celery and fruit down the garbage disposal
- Keep grease to a minimum - avoid pouring fat and cooking oil down the drain and wipe off greasy pans before putting them in the sink
- Run Water - run water when you use the disposal and keep it running for a few seconds after you turn the disposal off
- Don't run the dishwasher - don't operate the dishwasher if you think there's a problem. It discharges into the disposal.

Took about three hours to clean out an area drain full of roots! Be sure to get your area drains cleared before the rain...
11/11/2015

Took about three hours to clean out an area drain full of roots! Be sure to get your area drains cleared before the rainy months.

The Colorado River Aqueduct (CRA) provides water for southern Californians from the City of Oxnard to the border with Me...
11/05/2015

The Colorado River Aqueduct (CRA) provides water for southern Californians from the City of Oxnard to the border with Mexico. Built by Metropolitan Water District of Southern California in the 1930's, the 242-mile long CRA is capable of delivering over a billion gallons of water each day. This antique map shows the difficult terrain of the CRA route. #socal #water

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PO Box 390562
Anza, CA
92539

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Monday 8am - 6pm
Tuesday 8am - 6pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 4pm
Sunday 9am - 12pm

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