Anderson Plumbing provides a wide range of plumbing services for residential and commercial clients in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties. We have in-house capabilities to work on everything from gas and sewer lines to fixtures and water heaters, and free consultations so customers can choose the right options for their specific situations.
Sam Anderson, owner of Anderson Plumbing, says his ability to effectively communicate throughout the plumbing process has been a key factor in their success.
“I’m very responsive and prompt when it comes to keeping my customers informed about their projects. By being open and transparent about what it will take to solve their problems, I’m able to save them money and ensure their long-term satisfaction.”
He prioritizes ongoing training so he can stay up-to-date with the plumbing industry’s latest techniques and technology. “I’m always researching new developments online and staying current with the most recent equipment,” he affirms. “This allows me to be more efficient and come up with creative ways to help my customers, which they really appreciate.”
My clients are very important to me, so my number one goal is to leave them safe, healthy and happy with my services.
By being open and transparent about what it will take to solve their problems, I’m able to save them money and ensure their long-term satisfaction.
By using the best parts and ensuring all of my work is completed to the highest standards of quality, I’m able to deliver exceptional results that exceed their expectations.
―Sam Ryan Anderson
I can usually get there on the same day that you call. I also offer evening and weekend emergency plumbing services.
I often recommend Bradford White water heaters, but I can also give you a recommendation based on your home and specific needs.
Sometimes, especially if it’s a common problem or if you send pictures, but in-person estimates are usually best. That way, I can look at your problem and tell you exactly what’s going on. The estimate will be more accurate and I’ll be able to give you specific answers to your questions.
If it’s not leaking, it can definitely be repaired. Some plumbers try to push their customers into buying new water heaters, but I’m always honest about when something can be repaired and when it’s necessary to replace it.
Yes, I just need verbal or written authorization from the property owner or management company.
Yes, depending on the building and unit sizes.