The residents of San Fernando, CA, the oldest city in the San Fernando Valley, have been calling on Blu Jay Plumbing and Rooter as their number “1” plumber for many years. Our customers know that we will always strive to deliver professional service at fair and reasonable prices. Our goal is to ensure our customers are always completely satisfied with their interaction with our staff and professional technicians from start to finish.

All of our services are performed by professional plumbing technicians who are fully licensed, bonded and insured.

Plumbing Services Offered in San Fernando, CA

  • Hydro Jetting – Blu Jay Plumbing and Rooter uses specialized equipment to utilize highly pressurized water through your drain or sewer lines to remove clogs caused by the buildup of grease, mineral and limescale buildup, tree roots and other debris.
  • Drain Cleaning – Can be done either by using a commercial grade plumbers’ snake or by using a hydro jetter. Only after performing a camera inspection, will our professionally trained plumbing technicians know which method will be the most cost beneficial and effective in solving the problem.
  • Sewer Camera Inspections – Blu Jay Plumbing and Rooter uses specialized equipment to inspect and diagnose the cause(s) of clogged drains and sewer lines to determine the most appropriate method to free up your plumbing system.
  • Leak Detection – We have trained technicians that specialize in identifying sources of hidden leaks in you plumbing system or gas lines. Once the source of the leak has been determine, we can recommend the most appropriate method to solve the problem.
  • Install or Repair Hot Water Heaters – Blu Jay Plumbing and Rooter will inspect your current hot water heater and depending on its age and overall condition, tell you if it is cost beneficial to repair or replace your current hot water heater.
  • Street Services – Blu Jay Plumbing and Rooter specializes in new sewer connections whether it is Installing new sewer laterals for new construction or for converting from a private disposal system to the city sewer system. We will extend city main lines and construct or re-modify manholes per Plan specifications.

Blu Jay Plumbing and Rooter is proud of serving this truly historic community of San Fernando, which is located in the eastern part of the Valley in Los Angeles County, twenty three miles northwest of Downtown Los Angeles, near the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.

Founded in 1874, it is called the “The Mission City” because of its proximity to the San Fernando Mission that was established in 1797. This area, with its beautiful hills and valleys covered with lush oak and walnut trees, was originally populated by Gabrieliwno and Tataviam Indians before Spanish explorers first passed through the region in 1769.

San Fernando Mission circa 1900s
San Fernando Mission circa 1900s

These gave way to ranches and farms in the nineteenth century as an outgrowth of activities originally undertaken by the mission which thrived for nearly forty years during the early 1800s. During that time, while California was still Mexican territory, a mixture of Spanish, Indian, and Mexican residents arrived and settled in the Valley. Following the mission’s secularization in 1834, it went into decline and was abandoned about a decade later.

For a more current preview of the mission, you can watch this short video below:

The city’s growth was spurred by a land boom in Southern California and the Southern Pacific Railroad’s building of a rail line between Bakersfield and Los Angeles through Fremont Pass. San Fernando became known as the railroad’s “gateway to the north.” With its Mediterranean climate and deep wells that provided water for irrigation, the growing of vegetables and fruits, especially citrus and olives flourished.

Their abundant water supply allowed San Fernando to remain autonomous and incorporate in 1911, while most of the Valley’s other citys felt the need to annex to Los Angeles in 1915 to have access to water from the Los Angeles Aqueduct. Today, with a population of about 24,000, San Fernando is one of the Valley’s smaller communities but has retained its individuality and identity with an annual fiesta in celebration of its mission days and downtown architecture that reflects the city’s longtime Mexican heritage.

A fun place to go is the San Fernando Outdoor Market at the San Fernando Mall downtown. The market brings together local business owners and artisans. Once a month, over 25 storefronts and 90+ vendors display a variety of products, services, music, classic cars, food and entertainment.

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