Emergency Plumber Service & Reviews – Plumbing La Habra, Orange CA

24/7 Emergency Plumbing Service That Is Efficient and Affordable, Offered By Professional, Knowledgeable and Friendly Staff When You Call.

  • Commercial & Residential Plumbing

  • Air Conditioning & Heating Service

  • Free Estimates

  • No Mileage Charge Within Our Service Area

  • 24-Hour, 7-Day Emergency Service. Call For Help Now.

  • Knowledgeable & Friendly Staff Available 24/7

  • Reliable, Professional & Affordable

Book Your Plumbing Appointment Or Get A Quote

Book Your Plumbing Appointment Or Get A Quote

La Habra is a city in the northwestern corner of Orange County, California, United States. In the 2010 census, the city had a population of 60,239. Its related city, La Habra Heights, is located to the north of La Habra, and is in Los Angeles County.

[ Notable People ]

Rusty Anderson – guitarist, singer, songwriter and music producer; born and raised in La Habra.
Librado Andrade – Mexican boxer in the Super Middleweight division and older brother of Enrique; raised in La Habra
Brent Boyd – graduate of Lowell HS 1975, Rancho Canada Jr High, Olita Elementary- played football and Honors grad UCLA, Minnesota Vikings 1980-86, considered to be the “father of concussion awareness” due to three US Congressional hearing and placing issue in media. Founder of DIGNITY AFTER FOOTBALL
Boyd Coddington – Famous Hot Rod builder
Cathy Cooper – Stylist, artist, model
Jack Cooper – composer, arranger, woodwind player
Jeanette Dimech – Spanish singer
Jesse Sandoval Flores – Major League Baseball Pitcher (1942–50). Played for the Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Athletics, and the Cleveland Indians.
The Funeral Pyre – Blackened death metal band
Greg Gaines- Football player
Natalie Golda – Water polo player, Olympian
Jennifer Hanson – Country music singer
Jenna Haze – Adult film actress
Ronnie Hillman – NFL running back
Mark Kostabi – Modern artist and composer
John N. Lotz – Air National Guard Brigadier general
Ann Meyers – Basketball player, Olympian. First player to be part of the U.S. National team while still in high school.
Margarita McCoy – urban planner
Alan Newman – Major League Baseball Player
Richard Nixon – American president; opened a law office in La Habra in 1938
Enrique Ornelas – Mexican boxer in the Middleweight division and younger brother of Librado; raised in La Habra.
Anne Ramsay – Actress
Jose Luis Razo, Jr. – Noted criminal, dubbed the “Harvard Homeboy”
Cruz Reynoso – First Latino Justice on California Supreme Court
Nadya Suleman – Mother of the longest living octuplets, also known as the “Octomom”
Diane Wakoski – Poet and essayist. Winner of the prestigious William Carlos Williams award for her book Emerald Ice
Jonwayne – Rapper and producer, previously signed to Stones Throw Records, more recently releasing music via his Authors Recording Company imprint
Zebrahead – Punk rock/pop punk band
Norma Zimmer – Honorary Mayor of the City of La Habra in 1975 and featured singer and “Champagne Lady” of the Lawrence Welk Show.

~ Courtesy of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Habra,_California