The residents of Tarzana, Los Angeles, CA, have been calling on Blu Jay Plumbing and Rooter as their “go-to” plumber for many years. Our goal is to provide professional service at fair and reasonable prices and that our customers are always completely satisfied.

We are proud to say that Blu Jay Plumbing and Rooter has been the Valley’s trusted name in plumbing for over 20 years and we intend on maintaining that much appreciated distinction and honor.

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

Plumbing Services Offered in Tarzana, Los Angeles, 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.

Since our home is in the San Fernando Valley, we have a deep appreciation of the heritage of this area. As was the case for many communities in the Valley, first it was the Native American Indians that lived in this area for thousands of years before the Spanish arrived. In 1797, Spanish settlers and missionaries occupied the area now known as Tarzana. Subsequently controlled by Mexico, the land was surrendered to the United States in 1848 by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo following the Mexican–American War. Under U.S. rule, the property was parceled and sold to ranchers. In the 1870s, investors took over and turned it into a big wheat farm operation.

In 1909, the Los Angeles Suburban Homes Company purchased the area. The LA Times founder and publisher General Harrison Gray Otis invested in the company and purchased 550 acres. In 1919, Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author of the Tarzan stories, moved to California, bought General Otis’ property and named it Tarzana Ranch after his famous jungle hero. In 1923, Burroughs subdivided the property and sold some of the land for housing development. In 1928, Tarzana was incorporated.

There are two country clubs in Tarzana, Braemar Country Club and El Caballero Country Club. El Caballero was originally the main ranch house on Tarzana Ranch.

Aeria View of the Tarzana Ranch in the early 1920s
Aeria View of the Tarzana Ranch in the early 1920s

Tarzana also has a number of gated communities, including Mulholland Park and Braemar Estates. It is well-known for its many restaurants, delicatessens, booksellers, and language training institutes.

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