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Residential & Commercial.
Expert in new plumbing installation jobs.
15+ Years of experience, licensed professional service.

Plumbing Services

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Water heater installation

Never Be Without Hot Water. Our Techs Are OSHA Trained & EPA Certified. Always On-time arrival. Seamless, fast & convenient installation.

Water piping repair & installation

Water main and sewer repair service. Main valve replacement. Drain line repair. Sewer installation. 

Troubleshooting leaks and clogs in sewer pipes

Bursted Leak & Pipe Repairs Available. Slab/basement leaks. Structural damages. Water pooling or puddles. Low water pressure. 

Water and gas meters

We professionaly install your commercial and residential water and gas meters meeting all the NYC Dept. of Buildings, FDNY and ConEd  criteria. 

Boiler repair & installation

Oil and gas boilers, furnaces and burners. We also do boiler inspections, heating maintenance and heating repairs in NYC and Nassau County.

Bathroom & kitchen renovation

We do all types of bathroom and kitchen new and renovated piping installations. 

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That the average shower uses about 20% less energy than the energy used to draw a hot bath?
That washing clothes in cold water, rather than hot water, can reduce uo to 90% of the energy used?
That a tankless water heater can reduce the amount of gas consumed to heat water by up to 35% every year?
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What is a Plumber? Plumbers are usually the first trade worker that homeowners or building mangers go to when there is a plumbing emergency or for standard plumbing services. Their typical tasks range from fixing drains or unclogging toilets, to dealing with pipes that have burst. Even though these are drastic to homeowners, these are considered minor repairs in the plumbing world. Plumbers are commonly trained in an apprenticeship program under another plumber. They learn how to install common plumbing fixtures like bathtubs, showers, sinks, toilets, food disposals, and built-in water dispensers.

What are the steps in installing a residential plumbing? 1.- Decide on the Placement of the Plumbing Fixtures. The first step is figuring out where the sink, shower, toilet, and bathtub will be positioned. 2.- Install the Water Lines. 3.- Attach the Drain Lines. 4.- Install the Toilet. 5.- Install the Sink. 6.- Install the Tub and Shower Unit.

How to design plumbing for a new house? * Secure Permits. * Think About Your Plumbing Needs. * Centralize the Plumbing System. * Consider Water Softeners. * Wet Wall Sharing. * List Down Rooms That Need Water Access. * Accessible Shut-Off Placement.

What comes first plumbing or foundation? Before your slab can be poured the concreter needs to work with the plumber to pre-lay all the pipework. This means that when it comes to plumbing everything down the track pipes are in place ready to be connected. We can then pour your footings and floor slab.

What are 3 types of plumbing in a house? The plumbing system is one of the essential systems in commercial or residential buildings. It comprises three different types of plumbing systems: mainly: * Sewage * Water * Drainage plumbing Each type of plumbing system is designed, installed, maintained and repaired by professional plumbers to ensure efficiency.

Does plumbing go in before drywall? Here's a checklist of items that need to be installed before the drywall goes up: Electrical: All wiring and electrical boxes installed for wall outlets, switches, and light fixtures. Plumbing: Drain lines along with hot and cold water lines. Heating and Cooling: Any ductwork for room vents and air return.

What plumbing pipes are used in new homes? PEX Pipes. PEX pipes often replace copper for hot and cold-water pipes in residential remodelling. It is inexpensive, cuts easily and is strong enough to withstand high-pressure and heat, but flexible enough to be fit through tight spaces.

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