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Plumbing FAQs

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions are Queens plumbers receive. Do you have a question about your plumbing, heating or air conditioning issues not found here in our FAQs? Give us a call! We'll be happy to answer your questions.

If the number of gallons of water that you use each month has increased without reason it could be something as simple as a leaking plumbing fixture or sprinkler head. It could also be traced to an underground water pipe that has begun to leak. Because these under "slab leaks" can eventually lead to damage to the foundation of your home or apartment any suspicion of a slab leak should be investigated.

There are several different options for a New York homeowner that is tired of watching cold water run down the drain while waiting for hot water to arrive each morning. Our most popular system can be installed in about an hour that will allow the recirculation of hot water between the hot water tank and the far end of the home.

Definitely, and if you are too busy to meet me at the property I'll be glad to call you with a diagnosis and several different options for repair.

It is common for older water heaters to become so full of collected sediment that it reduces the amount of water that can be heated in the tank. If your water heater is more than eight years old it would be best to consider replacing the unit.

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