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House Restoration? Why Plumbing is Important

Tuesday, November, 18th, 2014 at 4:40 pm by Jeanne Petri

Like many neighborhoods in New York, Brooklyn is filled with striking, beautiful, and historic architecture that deserves to be preserved. Despite the designs being timeless, the critical systems such as plumbing and heating usually are not. Outdated or damaged pipes, water heaters, and valves can often derail a restoration project. Before you begin a Brooklyn house restoration, you should consider your options with a qualified professional. Home Inspections When buying or restoring any home, one of…

Where can I find the right plumber for me?

Friday, March, 28th, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

How To Make Sure You’re Hiring the Right Plumber     With so many inexperienced plumbing contractors on the market, you need to be careful when choosing one. There are several questions you can ask the plumber know whether you have the right person for the job or not. Ask for Relevant Licensing There are a number of licenses necessary for a plumber to provide services in your area. These licenses vary from state to state…

Should I have a plumbing inspection done on my new home?

Friday, March, 7th, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

There are three important reasons why you should have your home’s plumbing inspected before you buy it. This includes being able to make sure that your new home’s plumbing is adequate, will not require expensive repairs, and that it will not result in damage to your home. The first advantage is that an inspection of your new home’s plumbing will allow you to know that the drain pipes are wide enough. This will help to…

Should I hire a plumber to help me remodel?

Friday, February, 28th, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

Plumbing Jobs That You Should Not Attempt On Your Own Homeowners like to save money where ever they can when it comes to maintaining the quality of their home. They would rather save money by fixing the problem rather than fork over cash to a professional. Like any home maintenance job, the difficulty of fixing a plumbing issue can range from the very easy to the extremely difficult. When it comes to the latter, it…

What steps should I take in case of a plumbing emergency?

Friday, February, 14th, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

How To Handle a Plumbing Emergency   On occasion, a homeowner will have the opportunity to be introduced to Murphy’s Law. You know, whatever can go wrong will go wrong. We’re talking about plumbing problems here, folks. Usually, your plumbing emergency occurs at the most inconvenient time of the day or night. And once we receive your frantic phone call, just your tone of voice will tell us you need help; not tomorrow, ASAP! From our…

How can I take care of the drains in my home?

Friday, February, 7th, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

Tips On Properly Maintaining Your Drains   There are many people that wonder what it is that they can do in order to properly maintain their drains so that they will drain efficiently. Many people do not realize that the best way for the drains to flow efficiently is to only put waste water down them. Still, there are many people who put all types of liquids down their drains, and this practice could cause…

Is hiring a plumber for a home project worth it?

Friday, January, 31st, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

DIY Plumbing Projects That Are Best Left To Professional Plumbers Since home owners are routinely faced with many different types of plumbing issues, they may be wondering how they can cope with this. They should realize that some of these issues will require specialized attention. Owners should try to contact a team in their area who will be able to guide them through the different repairs that they can make. They will be able to…

Why is it taking so long for the water in my home to heat up?

Friday, January, 24th, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

Signs Your Water Heater Needs Maintenance   Does the temperature of your water feel cooler than what it was a few years ago when you first got your new water heater installed, even though you are still setting the valve at the same position? If the answer is yes, it is time to replace your water heater before it is too late. This is one of the earliest signs that your water heater is slowly…

Benefits Of Having a Tankless Water Heater In Your Home

Friday, January, 17th, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

When buying a hot-water heating system, a buyer usually aims to buy the best equipment. Unfortunately, the results are not always satisfactory. Here’s a brief guide highlighting the benefits of a tankless water heater. It is ideally an elite variety to have at home for many reasons. Continue reading to learn some interesting facts. A tankless water heater exceeds the user’s intended expectations, when debating cost-effectiveness and convenience. It heats water as needed, which results…

How can I make sure I’m hiring the right plumber?

Friday, January, 10th, 2014 at 9:00 am by Jeanne Petri

Questions You Should Ask A Plumber Before Hiring One   The profession of becoming a plumber is one not hastily chosen. Not many are willing to make the total commitment to spend hours and days on end with their only companion being showers, toilets, plugged up drains and sewer conundrums. Fortunately for our long time customers and new customers, we are that type of plumbing company. That said we are more than willing to take…

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