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Doing It All


Vanderveer Plumbing, Sewer & Drain  offers a wide range of Residential and Commercial plumbing services, including but not limited to: Repair, Upgrade, Design, and Installation services. 

We bring our extensive knowledge and abilities to the job and we provide you with the best solutions.

At Vanderveer Plumbing, Sewer & Drain we work to ensure every single customer receives top-of-the-line service every single time.

With Vanderveer Plumbing, Sewer &  Drain all assigned work is completed professionally in a manner that meets the highest standards of quality and workmanship that consistently meets or exceeds our customer's expectations. 

We provide the following quality Plumbing services:

  • Water Heater Repair & Installation​
  • Tankless Water Heater Repair & Installation
  • Slab Leak Detection
  • Sewer & Drain Repairs, Installation
  • Trenchless Sewer Replacement
  • Toilet Repairs & Installation
  • Water Filtration
  • Water Conservation
  • Tub,Shower Valve Repair & Installation
  • Kitchen Faucet Repair & Installation
  • Lavatory Faucet Repair & Installation
  • Water Piping Repair & Installation
  • Troubleshooting Leaks
  • Clogs in Sinks, Toilets, Bath Tubs, Showers, Sewer and Drain Pipes
  • Plumbing Repairs
  • Fixtures Installations
  • Gas Line Repairs & Installation

Our Service Area

· Antelope

· Auburn

· Cameron Park

· Carmichael

· Citrus heights

· El Dorado Hills

· Elk Grove

· Elverta

· Fair Oaks

· Folsom

· Galt

· Gold River

· Granite Bay

· Lincoln

· Loomis

· Natomas

· Newcastle

· North Highlands

· Orangevale

· Rancho Cordova

· Rancho Murietta

· Rio Linda

· Rocklin

· Roseville

· Sacramento

· Shingle Springs

· West Sacramento

· Wilton 

What Do You Charge?

Typically in our business, no two jobs are alike so that becomes an impossible question to answer without having the opportunity to see the problem first.  

Unlike other plumbing companies, at Vanderveer Plumbing, Sewer & Drain, we don't make "guesstimates". We offer free estimates, so you know the cost of your project before the job is started. 

We do however offer Special Discounts to first-time clients, Senior citizens, Military, Police, and Fire.

Display their FAQs

Q: Do you need a permit for a Water Heater replacement?

A: In the state of California, all Water Heater replacements require a Building Permit. The Building Permit protects the Consumer and holds the Contractor accountable for the proper and safe installation.

Q: Is Flat Rate Pricing better than Hourly?

A: Flat Rate gives every customer the same price no matter the skill of the technician or how long the repair/installation takes. Typical Hourly companies charge for the time it takes to drive from one customer to the other, the time on site, the time if they have to go to a supplier and if you have a less skilled technician it may take much longer to perform the repair. 

Q: Gas Tankless Water Heater vs Gas Tank Water Heater

A: A Tank Water will last on average 8 - 10 years. The majority of the Water Heater manufacturers still use a steel tank that is glass lined leaving the welded seems exposed. This will rust out over time giving you rust colored water and ultimately causing the tank to fail. Most consumers are not shown how to drain and flush their Water Heater on an annual basis so sediment can build up on the bottom of the water heater. For every inch of sediment on the bottom it take 70% more energy to heat the water so even though your Water Heater may not be leaking it may be costing you more every month just to keep the tank hot. A typical Tank Water Heater has a simple gas control valve them comes on full (avg 35k - 55k BTU) when it senses cold water and runs at full force until the required temperature is reached. This is a very inefficient system. A Tankless Water Heater will last on average 25 years, the water passages are typically either copper or stainless steel, this along with only storing approx 1 gallon of water helps allow the longevity. Even though they may range from an average of 125K - 199K BTU, they have a variable gas control valve. When a faucet is turned on calling for hot water, the valve only opens up allowing enough gas through to heat the water that is passing through the unit. Once the faucet is turned off, the gas valve immediately shuts off. This is a much more efficient way to heat the water. When you compare the life of the heaters and the efficiency of the Tankless, you could saves thousands over the life cycle of the Tankless. 


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