Plumbing and Heating

MA Master Plumber # 12889 | NH Journeyman Plumber #4913
Remodels

Let us help you with your remodeling project. We will work together with the other contractors you have chosen to do your project. Or we can provide an electrician and carpenter to take care of all of the needs for the project from start to finish.

New Construction

We will take your architects plans and make your home or new space a reality.

Service Repairs

Shower valves, toilets, faucets or drains leaking?

Hot Water Heaters

Leaking?? Not yet… but know it’s old and think it should be replaced. People these days are utilizing every inch of space in their homes. Remodeling a basement is very common. Basements are usually where the hot water heater is kept. If a hot water heater lets go it can cause severe water damage (40-50 gallons of water). A hot water heater usually will last 7 to 10 years. It is recommended that once a heater reaches that age it should be replaced to avoid major water damage.

Tankless Hot Water Heaters

Compact design, wall hung and high efficient. Qualifies for rebates.

Drain Clearing

To keep your drains flowing smoothly, you should have them cleared once a year.

Home Inspections

Your home is your biggest investment. Typically a home inspection company has very little training in the plumbing & heating trade. They may not pick up on certain issues as well as a licensed plumber. We can thoroughly assess the plumbing & heating and give you a written report.

Sump Pump, Climate Changes

Those once every 100 year storms seem to be here yearly. Flooded basement are a hassle. Upgrade or install a new sump pump system.

  • Cast iron pumps with automatic float switch.
  • Battery back up systems available.
  • Up to 100 GPM (gallons per minute) with 2” discharge.
  • PVC discharge.
Garbage Disposals Etiquette: Do’s and Don’ts

Do’s

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Always run “cold” water while running disposal.  Continue to run cold water after disposal has been shut off for 30 seconds.

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Once a month put about 2 tablespoons full of baking soda this will help keep bad odors away.

Don’ts

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Do not overload disposal.  Run with small amounts of garbage at a time.

Things that should not go down the disposal:

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Stringy veggies such as; celery, onion peels or potato peels.

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Shells of any kind or bones.

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Do not put down any kind of grease.