New Construction-Remodel-Service-Backflow Testing- Repairs-Repipes

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We provide a variety of services for you.

+ Tankless Water Heaters Installed & Serviced
+ Remodels (Big & Small)
+ Unclog Drains
+ Color Video Pipe Inspection (VHS or DVD)
+ Sewer Line Location
+ New Water Service (Meter To Building)
+ Shower Valves
+ Install & Service Sewage Ejector Pumps

+ New Construction (Ground Up)
+ Replace Old Fixtures
+ Replace Hose Bibs
+ Install, Repair, & Test Backflow Prevention
+ Install Steam Units
+ Replace Water Heaters
+ Repipe (Copper or PEX)
+ Ice Maker Line

Maintenance Schedule

The following is a list of homeowner maintenance that must be preformed

As Needed:
+ To keep faucets and tub/shower valves stain free wipe with soft, dry cloth and a non-abrasive cleaner.
+ Fix dripping faucets as soon as you notice them dripping
+ Fix running toilets as soon as you notice them running.
+ Unclog slow-running drains as soon as you notice them.

+ Check clothes washer hoses for leaks. Use only new, preferably braided hoses when connecting your clothes washer for the first time.
+ Check dryer vent to be sure it is not clogged with lint.
+ Look under refrigerator to make sure ice maker connection is not leaking.
+ Run whirlpool systems, if you have any, on your tubs.
+ Turn on every tub or shower valve and cycle it from hot to cold a couple of times to keep the pressure balancing spools from freezing up.
+ Run water at seldom used fixtures to keep "P" traps full of water.
+ Inspect any pullout hoses on kitchen faucets for wear or leakage where the hose and the spray nozzle meet. This connection will work itself loose from use if not re tightened.
+ Inspect exposed plumbing areas such as under bathroom lavatories or kitchen sinks and below and around toilets, etc. for dampness or leaks.
+ Check for loose or rocking toilets and inspect the bases for possible leaks.
+ Clean faucet aerators if the water flow appears restricted or the stream is irregular. Soak in vinegar to keep them lime free.
+ Check shower heads for irregular spry. Clean debris or lime as necessary.
+ Check all exterior hose bibs and clothes washer bibs for leaks or drips.

Every Six Months:
+ Open and close main water shut off valve.
+ Check the condensate drain lines from your forced air unit to be sure they are not clogged and are draining freely.
+ Inspect water heater flex connectors and/or unions for leaks.
+ Check timer on re-circulating hot water pumps, if you have a re-circulating hot water system. Be sure these pumps are on a timer and are NOT running 24 hours per day.
+ Check temperature setting on water heater. It should not be on the highest setting or over 130 degrees F. It should be in the NORMAL range of temperature setting.
+ Check your water pressure. It should be 65 PSI or less.
+ Check the caulking at tub/shower enclosures, around flanges on tub/shower valves, spouts, shower arms and caulking around lavatories and sinks. Re-caulk as necessary.
+ Check all angle stops by turning them on & off, this will insure they do not freeze up or flatten gaskets.
+ Angle stop valves should only be hand tight.
+ Run any steam units in shower enclosures and check for leaks. Cycle through a ten minute cycle and check steam output and proper operation

+ If your house waste system has a backwater valve, inspect and be sure it is clean and clear.
+ If your house has balcony or deck drains, run water down them to be sure they are free flowing and not clogged with leaves or debris.
+ Clean the screen on water pressure regulators.
+ Test any backflow prevention assembly and repair as needed.
+ Drain and flush water heater tank to keep clean and free from calcium build-up or debris or de-scale tankless water.
+ Check all gas appliances for possible gas leaks.
+ Mechanically snake sewer main lines to ensure system remains clear and clean.

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