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Residential Services

Fast repairs done right-every time!

If there's a plumbing problem in your home, we'll fix it. There's a long list of things that can go wrong in any home-leaky toilets, hot water heaters that don't work, clogged pipes, low water pressure. We've seen just about everything and know how to fix it all. We'll be glad to give you a free estimate.

Installations and new construction

If you're building a new home, remodeling a kitchen or bath, or just installing a new sink or disposal, we can take care of all your plumbing needs.

In April of 2015 Water Heater Regulations will Change and May Effect You!


  • The US Department of Energy is changing the efficiency standards that effect residential gas and electric water heaters.
  • Some ways it will effect the new heaters.
    • Heaters will be bigger in size to accommodate more insulation causing it to be harder to fit them in tight locations.
    • New code requirements could be implemented.
    • Gas heaters might need power vents which require electric ran to them, different flues will need to be ran, and this will require a dramatic increase in labor.
    • Electric heaters might require having a heat pump on them, which will need extra airspace around them, effect climate in surrounding areas, the heater will be louder, and they require a plumbed condensate line.
  • How will it effect the consumer?
    • Cost increase in heater price from the manufacturers researching how to meet these standards.
    • If you have a standard style gas and need to switch to a power vent there will be a rise in labor and installation time.
    • You may even loose some capacity.
    • The largest effect will certainly be cost to the consumer.

As a consumer what should I do?

The good news is water heaters are an appliance in your house that usually last a long time.  If you have a fairly recently replaced heater you will probably get years and years of use out of it.  When a standard like this is implemented there are high cost to everyone involved and a little bit of a learning curve.  This means that the plumbers and manufacturers have to learn about what actually works in the real world environment.  As in any industry it means things will cost more.   Our recommendation is that if you are a person who is worried about what installing a new heater will mean and have a fairly old heater you should really consider replacing it before the new standards come into effect.


Some types of plastic piping can cause ongoing maintenance problems and actually lower the value of your home at resale. In these cases, repiping is often the best option. We're able to handle whole-house repiping and have become experts at doing these projects with as little disturbance to the home as possible. We work with a contractor who will come in when we're done to repair sheetrock and paint, so you'll never know we were there.