It may be hard to believe, but 100 years ago a majority of homes in America had no indoor plumbing. Today, plumbing is something we take for granted in our homes. But when you have a leak, no hot water or a clogged drain--or if you are adding a bathroom, remodeling a kitchen or just updating old plumbing--a reliable plumber is your new best friend.
This site helps you with advice on common plumbing problems, as well as major renovations including re-piping your home. If your pipes need replacing, particularly if they contain lead or are subject to corrosion, we address which plumbing materials to use, for example--PVC, PEX or copper pipes. Maybe you just have noisy pipes or a leaky toilet. Whether you need expert advice or a reliable, licensed local plumber for emergency repairs to refitting your entire plumbing system, look here for the answers.
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