Everyone needs a plumber at some point in time.  If you’re toilet is backed up, you want new faucets for your kitchen, service or replace your water heater or even if you need to run a gas line to your new dryer; get ready to call a plumber.

Plumbing is always at its best when you never notice it.  If you like to take long, hot showers, having a tankless water heater will have you singing away in the shower without ever worrying about getting that cold burst of water. Having clear sewage pipes will keep you from experiencing that dread when the water level in the toilet keeps rising when you flush.  

All plumbers will install a disposal for you; but there are many who feel that having a disposal encourages the homeowner to try to wash away items that belong in the trash – leading to bigger problems.  How you cook, how often you cook and how you feel about dealing with food waste can impact what size of disposal you will need; if at all.

One of the greatest improvements you can make to your kitchen or bath is to install new faucets, handles or sprayers to really accent your room.   We always recommend going to a plumbing-specific showroom where they are always refreshing their displays with the latest and greatest fixtures.  Plus, they will be happy to help you create a new look to meet your specific style and taste.

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Adam's Helpful Hint:

Make sure your water heater is properly sized for the size of your home and your expected usage. Bigger is not necessarily better. You want it to be efficient and deliver hot water when and how you need it. The plumber should ask you questions about how many showers may be used at once, how often to you do laundry and if you have teen-age children or lots of guests.

Adam Helfman

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