3129 Swetzer Rd. # G
Loomis, CA 95650
916-577-5020

Local Reviews
for penryn, ca

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 28 customer reviews

Great service. Went above and beyond to get the job done right. Very friendly and professional.

I’m very happy with the finished product.

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Awesome service

Excellent

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Great

Knowledgeable, professional and friendly

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Very professional

Even though I didn’t end up using them, I was very impressed with how professional and knowledgeable they were.

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Great

He did a fantastic job - very professional and easy to talk to - thx a bunch - Samuel gets 5 stars

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Very good

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Couldn’t ask for better service

Jeremy and Crystal Blue Plumbing couldn’t be better. Jeremy took on a tricky problem with our tankless hot water heater. He was detailed, thorough, and kept after the problem until he solved it. Highly recommend the company and their Senior Tech Jeremy.

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Knowledgeable and great service

Taylor was friendly and knowledgeable. He found my problem quickly and fixed it to my satisfaction.

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Great service

Excellent and kind

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Great job.

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Job Locations
for penryn, ca

drew@crystalblueplumbing.com

drew@crystalblueplumbing.com Job Checkin

Performed tune up maintenance contract. Turned system on from thermostat and unit kicked right on. Started at indoor unit. Inspected unit for cleanliness and proper operation. Inspected all electrical connections. Inspected blower motor and capacitor. Motor pulling 5.67 amps Blower wheel is clean. Filter is clean. Condensate is draining properly. Have a 20 degree temperature split. Unit is operating at this time. Inspected condenser. Inspected unit for cleanliness and proper operation. Inspected compressor, have a amp draw of 13 amps Condenser fan motor pulling 1.7 out of 1.4 This is over amping the motor. Capacitor is 45/7.5 and is out of spec causing the high amp draw. Contactor is heavily pitted and burnt, causing high resistance throughout the circuit. Client approved replacement of capacitor and contactor. Fan motor is now pulling 1.4 witch is still at peak but not over amping. System is operating at this time.


Michael E.

Michael E. Job Checkin

Williams wall furnace replacement. Replacement of single wall gas/electric wall furnace in hallway. Top vent. Unit 16”x72” approximately. (16”x65-3/4” sleeve) 35,000 BTU Will tarp and cover floors, clothing, anything of customers necessary to protect from dust / damages.


Brad S.

Brad S. Job Checkin

Out to estimate replacement of gas/electric wall furnace in hallway. Left 2 estimates, 1 with and 1 without membership maintenance plan. Client need to discuss with her husband.


Scott P.

Scott P. Job Checkin

This estimate is to locate gas line in order to give estimate to replace


drew@crystalblueplumbing.com

drew@crystalblueplumbing.com Job Checkin

Client stated unit was not operating. Just installed hard start kit and contractor. When inspecting the unit I found that there was 24v to the contactor butnit was not pulling in. Replaced with another new one and it started right up. Faulty contactor. No charge under warranty. Our apologies for the inconvenience.


drew@crystalblueplumbing.com

drew@crystalblueplumbing.com Job Checkin

Performed tune up per maintenance contract. Turned system on from thermostat and unit kicked right on. Started at indoor unit. Inspected unit for cleanliness and proper operation. Inspected all electrical connections. Inspected blower motor and capacitor. Capacitor rated at 10 tested at 10 within spec. Motor pulling 4.5 amps Blower wheel is clean. Filter is dirty replaced with customer supplied one. Condensate is draining properly. Have a 18 degree temperature split. Unit is operating at this time. Inspected condenser. Inspected unit for cleanliness and proper operation. Contactor was heavily pitted and burnt. Inspected compressor, have a amp draw of 9.3 Condenser fan motor pulling .51 Capacitor is a 35/5/measured 35/5 and is within spec Customer approved replacement on contactor System is operating at this time.


drew@crystalblueplumbing.com

drew@crystalblueplumbing.com Job Checkin

Performed tune up Per maintenance contract. Turned system on from thermostat and unit kicked right on. Started at indoor unit. Inspected unit for cleanliness and proper operation. Inspected all electrical connections. Inspected blower motor and capacitor. Motor pulling 6.8 amps Capacitor rated at 5 tested at 5 within spec Blower wheel is clean. Filter is dirty replaced with customer supplied one. Condensate is draining properly. Have a 18 degree temperature split. Unit is operating at this time. Inspected condenser. Inspected unit for cleanliness and proper operation. Contactor is heavily burnt in pitted. Suggest replacing. Compressor is taking longer than it should to come on would like to install a hard start kit to aid in starting Inspected compressor, have a amp draw of 11.5 Condenser fan motor pulling 1.13 Capacitor is 40/5 tested at 39.89/5 within spec. Customer approved hard start kit and contactor System is operating at this time.


Michael E.

Michael E. Job Checkin

Installation of 4 ton split system equipment being purchased by customer (synergy). 4 ton split system will be needed to install due to the current 3 ton system is not big enough and will not cool house appropriately. The price of this installation includes custom sheet-metal that will be needed to install air handler in closet. This is done to allow unit to be installed without smashing return ductwork and allows system to be sealed properly. three custom sheet metal pieces will be needed one supply transition, one return transition and one unit stand. This installation will include running of two new return ducts enlarging current returns to 20 x 25 with new filter return grills. Also included will be all code requirements needed to have the system installed to current code requirements. Insulation will include extending drain line all the way out side from underneath the house, enlarging electrical condenser wires to meet proper code requirements for 4 ton condenser, sealing all duc


Benjamen M.

Benjamen M. Job Checkin

This proposal is for the spot repair of clients existing 2-in cast iron drain line. Technicians will cut out rusted out section of pipe approximately 3 ft worth. Technicians will replace with new 2-in ABS pipe and fittings. technician will tie into existing system using no hub bands. Technician will test to ensure no leaks. Technician will clean work area of all trash and debris. Technician will collect signatures and payment.


Grayson  C.

Grayson C. Job Checkin

In this estimate we will be repairing a three-quarter inch copper pipe that is leaking right underneath the refrigerator in the kitchen we will have to go down with the mega press tour and fitting and press on new coupling to stop leak. This was an emergency call we are doing it today


Grayson  C.

Grayson C. Job Checkin

Shut water supply off and replace expansion tank. 2.2 gal tank After taking off the old expansion tank and then take an air pump and pumped up the new expansion tank according to the house water pressure. After doing that I’ve been installed the expansion tank turn the water system back on and ran system test they were no leaks I also strapped the expansion tank to comply with code. Customer seems to be happy and satisfied with the job performed.


Benjamen M.

Benjamen M. Job Checkin

Customer called us out due to water being in gas line Gas line is located a long distance from the house gas meter is located on Taylor road Customer has been in contact with PG and e on situation. Recommend locating line. To find the route it takes to the house . Customer may contact us after speaking with PG&E


Taylor I.

Taylor I. Job Checkin

Technician Taylor arrived on scene to investigate reports of a mainline blockage. Technician learn that client was having issues with the drain line and so he used a drain cleaning device that utilizes water pressure through the exterior clean out underneath the sink. client noticed he heard the water pouring out into the crawl space and so he called Crystal Blue. Technician popped crawlspace hatch and inspected with light. Technician was immediately met with standing water inside the crawl space just out of sight of the hatch entrance. Technician was able to see the 2-in original cast iron drain line had rusted out at the section where the sink feeds into it. Technician believes that the drain snake that client used busted through the already brittle cast iron. Due to the amount of standing water technician requires client to have the crawl space pumped and cleared before work can be performed. Technician recommended Heldeman restoration company out of Auburn. Client is going to reach


Taylor I.

Taylor I. Job Checkin

Remove the old copper water line, install pex piping with turn the water on and test the system Technicians Taylor and Ben arrived on scene to perform install per Jeremy's original proposal. Technicians were able to access crawl space and find area of pipe or problem had occurred. Technician shut down water and cut out existing half inch by 3/4 t. Technician soldered on new PEX adapters and rebuilt T with open or PEX fittings. Technician strapped and supported pipe. Technicians turned on water and tested for leaks. Technicians cleaned work area of all trash and debris. Technicians informed clients of all work that was performed and answered all questions they had. Technicians collected final signatures and payment.


Jeremy F.

Jeremy F. Job Checkin

Customer was removing a hose bibb and broke the copper water line underneath the home, crawled under the home and performed a temporary repair. Turned the water on and there are no more leaks, scheduled to install pex water line for a permanent repair next Monday with a helper. Two 3/4 sweat pex adapters, one 1/2 sweat pex adapter, one 3/4 by 1/2 bull nose tee, 3/4 pex and 1/2 pex needed to complete the job as well as pex rings.