Countless homeowners have been there before – they discover a leaking water pipe, hot water heater, or the kitchen sink won’t drain. What to do? Most comb through the phone book trying to determine which plumber looks trustworthy enough to hire and let into their home. At Public Service Plumbers, we understand the concerns of homeowners and the anxiety that can accompany hiring a plumber, electrician, painter, or any contractor.
With winter approaching and families struggling to find ways to cut costs, many are concerned another cold winter could lead to unwanted expensive utility bills. Fortunately, there are a number of steps homeowners can take to reduce their heating and energy costs this winter.
If you’re in the market for a new hot water heater, air conditioner, or household appliance, you’ll find a wide array of brands, models, and product lines. How can you tell what’s the best product to buy? While price, style, and convenience are important, more and more homeowners are opting for energy-efficient products that reduce greenhouse emissions.
Commercial hot water storage tanks are used in apartment buildings, offices, and hotels – places where there is high demand for hot water. Typically, commercial hot water tanks hold between 180 gallons to 5,000 gallons of water.
If you’re remodeling your bathroom, chances are you’ve looked at tile, bathtubs, sinks, and other fixtures. Chances are, however, you haven’t spent too much time thinking about what toilet to install.
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