Plumbers in San Fernando, CA

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You never know when a plumbing disaster is going to cause havoc in your home. A burst pipe, for example, could cause widespread wood rot and mold growth until it is fixed. To get plumbing services in San Fernando right when you need them, call on Turbo Plumbing & Rooter. We offer same-day services that can’t be beaten, as well as plumbing services you can schedule according to your calendar and convenience.

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Some plumbing problems are extremely complex, and others are straightforward. But as a hardworking homeowner or business owner, you probably don’t have the time to handle either one. Or, you might not know much about plumbing and pipework. No matter the plumbing issue you face, Turbo Plumbing & Rooter in San Fernando has the skills to get it fixed right the first time.

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Ensuring satisfaction is our mission here at Turbo Plumbing & Rooter. To help make it happen with each and every job, we provide knowledgeable service at a reasonable price.

About San Fernando, CA

San Fernando, which translates to “St. Ferdinand” in Spanish, is a general-law municipality in the San Fernando Valley section of Los Angeles County, California, which is a part of the Greater Los Angeles Area. The City of Los Angeles encircles it on all sides. There were 23,645 people living in San Fernando as of the 2010 Census.

The community was a portion of the Mexican land grant known as Rancho Ex-Mission San Fernando and was named after the nearby Mission San Fernando Rey de Espaa (itself was named after St. Ferdinand). Charles Maclay, the man who founded San Fernando, acquired the Rancho’s 56,000 acres (227 km2) in 1874. George K. Porter and Benjamin F. Porter, cousins and owners of the future Porter Ranch, each obtained a third of the whole acreage in 1882. In his newly established town of San Fernando, Maclay established the Maclay School of Theology, a Methodist institution, in 1885. Following his passing, it changed its affiliation, moved to the University of Southern California campus, then to the Claremont School of Theology.