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09/17/2016
By: Howard S.
Manny The Plumber
What A Great Plumber!Manny Is A Super Duper Perfect Plumber!I found Manny The Plumber through another service because I needed to Install My Brand New Water Heater and I am very much pleased with his work!He is very punctual, hard working, honest and professional and is just a Great Guy to work with!He specialized in Plumbing and Air Conditioning/Heating and is fully Licensed with over 25 Years of experience.I more than highly recommend him for all of your plumbing and/or air conditioning and/or heating needs!Thank you.Sincerely yours,Howard Paul ShorePlumbing Customer/HPS
09/17/2015
By: Orlando S.
Marc's Plumbing & Rooter
Marc's Plumbing & Rooter does great work replacing our galvanized pipes for copper. The crew is professional and clean.
Tips & Advices
Usually, a leaky or dripping faucet is an easy fix that can be done by anyone who is even slightly handy with tools.. To fix it, first shut off the water under the sink then remove any decorative parts of the faucet and replace the washer and O-ring before reassembling everything.
To keep yourself safe from fraud or a possible scam, always remember to ask plumbers for their license along with a written warranty for their labor. Besides this, further safeguard yourself by checking their references and ensure they or their company is insured and bonded to do their work.
If you're having hot water issues, you can examine the thermostat and adjust it accordingly. If you hear odd sounds coming from your water heater, it could be due to sediment building up. To get rid of this, make sure you clean out the heater every few months. However, if you hear a boiling noise, it could mean the heater is overheating and you should call a plumbing professional as soon as possible.
Frozen pipes are hazardous and can cause massive amounts of damage to your home. To prevent your pipes from freezing during the winter, run your faucets at a trickle and keep your house's heater at 55 degrees Fahrenheit or above to keep the water flowing.
  • Be mindful of how much water you use in your bathroom, kitchen and even outdoors when watering your lawn.
  • Make sure your toilet handle works properly and doesn't stick.
  • Replace old shower heads with more efficient low-flow options that can cut down on the gallons of water you use each morning.
  • Turning off the water while you brush your teeth
  • Only running your dishwasher or clothes washer when you have a full load.

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