At Castaneda’s 24/7 Plumbing & Rooter, we specialize in professional drain cleaning services, catering to both residential and commercial properties in Carson, CA. Our team is comprised of skilled professionals who are committed to resolving your drainage issues promptly and efficiently. We understand the inconvenience and potential hazards a blocked drain can pose to your property and health. Therefore, we employ the latest techniques and tools to ensure your drains are clear and functioning correctly.
Our services are not just about clearing blockages; we also focus on preventative maintenance. We serve the entire Los Angeles County, adapting our services to the local climate and infrastructure needs. Regular drain maintenance can save you from costly and disruptive emergencies. Contact Castaneda’s 24/7 Plumbing & Rooter at 424-375-5704 for a detailed assessment and solution to your drainage problems. We’re here to ensure your plumbing system remains in top condition.
At Castaneda’s 24/7 Plumbing & Rooter, we offer comprehensive drainage solutions to address a variety of issues that residents and businesses in Carson, CA frequently encounter. From minor clogs to major blockages, our experienced team can handle any challenge. We understand the stress and inconvenience caused by drainage problems, which is why we respond quickly and work efficiently to resolve your issues.
Our approach goes beyond just fixing the immediate problem. We conduct thorough assessments to identify the root cause of blockages and provide recommendations to prevent future issues. This includes regular maintenance tips tailored for properties in Los Angeles County. By choosing Castaneda’s 24/7 Plumbing & Rooter, you’re opting for a long-term solution to your drain cleaning needs. Give us a call at 424-375-5704, and let us take care of your drainage concerns with our expert services.
In Carson, CA, each home and business has its unique plumbing needs. At Castaneda’s 24/7 Plumbing & Rooter, we recognize this and offer tailored drain cleaning services to match. Our expertise covers a wide range of drainage issues, ensuring that we can provide the most effective solution for your specific situation. We take pride in our ability to adapt our services to the diverse requirements of properties across Los Angeles County.
Our commitment to our clients goes beyond just fixing their current issues. We strive to build lasting relationships by providing consistent, reliable services. Our team is always ready to offer expert advice and support to ensure your plumbing system remains in optimal condition. Trust Castaneda’s 24/7 Plumbing & Rooter to deliver professional, personalized drain cleaning services. Call us at 424-375-5704 for a consultation and experience the difference we can make.
The year 1921 marked the first drilling for oil at Dominguez Hill, on the northwest side of the Rancho San Pedro (also called Rancho Domínguez), site of the famous battle during the Mexican-American War called the Battle of Rancho Domínguez in 1846. The mineral rights to this property were owned by Carson Estate Company, the Hellman Family, the Dominguez Estate Company, and the Burnham Exploration Company of Frederick Russell Burnham. On September 7, 1923, Burnham Exploration partnering with Union Oil brought in the first producer on the site: Callender No. 1-A well at a depth of 4,068 feet (1,240 m) and 1,193 barrels per day (189.7 m3/d). Before long a number of refineries were up and running, with over 350 oil derricks, tank farms, and sprawling industrial complexes becoming a familiar part of the scenery. The principal leases were with Shell Oil Company and Union Oil of California and the first two wells were located west of Central Avenue and north of Victoria Street. Oil led to an increase in jobs in the community and a subsequent post-war population surge. An average of 300 barrels per day (48 m3/d) was produced from each of these wells through 1960.
In 2011, Shell was ordered by the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board to clean up the Carousel Tract neighborhood after the discovery of benzene and methane gas contamination, as well as soil and groundwater contamination.Learn more about Carson.