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Greater Chatham, NJ's plumbing & HVAC experts

Pipe Works Services, Inc. is not only your local contractor for plumbing emergencies, heating and air conditioning – we are also a proud and active member of the Northern NJ community. Whether we are providing expert advice, sponsoring an event, or raising funds for a local charity, you can count on us!


Pipe Works Services, Inc. featured in New Jersey 101.5

Fatbergs in New Jersey

Pipe Works Services, Inc. owner, Paul Giglio was quoted in New Jersey 101.5 discussing fatbergs in New Jersey:

'Fatbergs Growing in NJ Sewers Could Blow Through Toilets, Sinks

A fatberg is a collection of products and substances that buildup as people flush their feminine products, dental floss, baby wipes, cooking fat, grease, and other garbage down their toilets or drains.

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Pipe Works Services, Inc. featured in CBS New York

Fatbergs in New Jersey

Pipe Works Services, Inc. owner, Paul Giglio was quoted in CBS New York discussing fatbergs in New Jersey:

'Fatberg' Caused Raw Sewage To Flood Basement

"All that flow is coming down this line, hits this clog, now it has nowhere to go so it has to back up," Giglio said. His plumbing company, Pipe Works Services, Inc., has seen dozens of people affected by fatbergs in the last year. "Baby wipes, feminine products, introduction of all that stuff...dental floss, we've pulled out dental floss that looks like a mop," he said.

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Ellen Cagnassola featured on FitSmallBusiness.com

Plumbing Marketing Expert in Greater New Jersey

Ellen Cagnassola, Pipe Works Services, Inc. Marketing Manager, was featured on FitSmallBusiness.com explaining how participating in trade shows and home shows could boost a plumber's business:

27 Plumber Marketing Ideas From the Pros

"Trade shows or home shows give you an in-person opportunity to educate and explain your services. Customer service is really important and when you explain your process in a manner that is 'white glove,' people are intrigued," said Cagnassola.

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