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Boiler Replacement in Chatham Borough, NJ

Boiler Replacement in Chatham Borough, NJ

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This homeowner in Chatham Borough, NJ has a very old boiler that was no longer working. Our highly trained technicians replaced the old boiler with a new Crown Boiler cast iron steam boiler model #BSI138. 

Water Heater Replacement in Chatham Township, NJ

Water Heater Replacement in Chatham Township, NJ

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This home in Chatham Township had a very old 75 gallon water heater from 2004 that was leaking.

Our team replaced it with a new more energy efficient Rheem 50 gallon water heater.

Humidifier Replacement in Chatham, NJ

Humidifier Replacement in Chatham, NJ

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This homeowner in Chatham, NJ loved the idea of conditioned air. Had an old bypass humidifier installed that just wasn't getting the job done anymore. Pipe Works installed a new one and the air in the home is not so dry in the winter.

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I have never had a problem that Pipe Works hasn't resolved with high standard, satisfactory, workmanship.
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Professional Plumbing Services in Chatham, NJ 

When it comes to plumbing in New Jersey, you can rely on the experts at Pipe Works Services, Inc. for all of your home's needs. Since 2000, we have helped countless homeowners in Northern NJ repair plumbing problems of all size. We offer 24-hour emergency plumbing services so no matter the time of day, we have you covered. We do it all, from emergency plumbing services, plumbing replacement and plumbing installation, to drain and sewer cleaning. If your home is in need of plumbing services or repair, contact us today for a FREE estimate!

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Heating and Air Conditioning Repair in Chatham, NJ

Here at Pipe Works Services, Inc., we believe in the value of customer service and are proud to serve our area. We use only high-quality products, installed by our excellent team of certified technicians so that you can be sure of long-lasting results. We want to work with you to find the solution that will work best!

Air Conditioning Repair

If you have problems with your heating system working more than it needs to, then you should get it serviced with the professionals at Pipe Works Services, Inc.. Heating bills can become the largest part of a family's expenses, making winter a hard time to have your furnace running improperly. Don't take the risk of your furnace or boiler falling into disrepair right when you need it and be sure to get it serviced regularly. 

Air conditioning systems follow a similar set of rules when it comes to maintenance. Letting your air conditioner fall into disrepair can become a huge problem during the summer when you need it. By insulating and air sealing your home, you can reduce the amount of time that your system is running, but that won't do you any good if the system isn't working properly to begin with. Stay cool this summer and get your AC system serviced by the friendly professionals at Pipe Works Services, Inc..

Water Heater Repair & Service 

Pipe Works Services, Inc. is Chatham, NJ's trusted water heater repair, replacement and service provider. We have a long history of helping homeowners with all their water heater service needs, whether gas, electric or any other kind, we can help. When it comes to water heaters, we only offer our customers the best.  At Pipe Works Services, Inc., we understand that you need the best at an affordable price!

Chatham's Trusted Rheem Water Heater Service Provider

If you are looking for a water heater repair, replacement or service cost estimate, contact us today for a FREE quote! Rheem water heaters offer homeowners the highest quality in the industry, and at Pipe Works Services, Inc., we are proud to be a certified Rheem water heater services contractor.  

When it comes to water heaters, you can rely on Rheem to not only last for many years but work extremely efficiently especially the 75 gallon Rheem water heaters. If you are looking to install a new or service an existing Rheem water heater, contact Pipe Works Services, Inc. today for a FREE service quote!

Expert Home and Attic Insulation in Chatham, NJ

Many homeowners pay more than they need to on their energy bill because energy is being leaked out through insufficient insulation. Attics and crawl spaces, in particular, are huge culprits and can leak out a great amount of air, causing your heating or air conditioning systems to work overtime to keep your home comfortable. By upgrading your attic insulation, you can cut your heating and cooling costs by as much as 40 percent!

When you call in the professionals at Pipe Works Services, Inc., we do a full analysis of your home to pinpoint which areas are leaking the most air. We then insulate these areas so that your home can run more efficiently. Our SuperAttic insulation system utilizes both spray foam insulation and SilverGlo rigid insulation so that you can be sure your attic won't leak air. 

Symptoms of poor attic insulation

  • Rooms located below the attic get too hot or too cold, even when other parts of the house remain comfortable. 
  • High electric bills and/or high costs for heating fuel
  • Cold drafts during wintertime
  • Recessed "can"lights int he ceiling directly below the attic
  • Attic floor joists can be seen above or between existing attic insulation
  • Less than 10 in. of existing attic insulation
  • Ductwork in attic is exposed above the insulation

Ice Damming Repair and Generators in Chatham, NJ

One of the most destructive ways that snow and ice can affect your home is through ice damming. When an attic is improperly insulated, the heat that it gives off in the winter melts snow on the roof, causing it to slide down to the gutter and freeze again. When this happens repeatedly, the ice creates a dam and the water leaks back into the house through shingles on the roof. The way to prevent this from happening is to make sure that your attic is properly insulated so that heat can't leak out in the first place. 

If you're concerned about losing heat during a power outage, then our generators are the thing for you! You can choose whether to have only a few things backed up by the generator like the heating system, a few lights, appliances, etc., or you can have your whole home backed up. Either way, you can be sure that your home will be storm ready. And along with generator installation, we can also assist with a full range of home electrical services!

Pipe Works Services, Inc. has the tools and the expertise to tackle all your HVAC, insulation, and plumbing problems. Our team of friendly, knowledgeable staff and trained experts use only high-quality materials to ensure that your project has great, long-lasting results. Call us today for a free estimate!

Chatham, NJ's Expert Electrician

You can count on the electrical services provided by Pipe Works Services, Inc.! We have provided reliable 24/7 electric services to homeowners in Chatham since 2000. We do it all from repairing, troubleshooting, and maintaining all electrical systems, 24/7 emergency repairs, any interior or exterior work, and much more! As the trusted electrician in Chatham, you can rest assured that whatever you need, we will get the job done right!

Our electrical services include:

  • Electrical repair, maintenance, & troubleshooting
  • Interior & exterior electricity
  • 24/7 electrical repair
  • Wiring for home additions, attic conversions, etc.
  • And more!
Case Studies From Chatham
HVAC
A long existing customer called and said his second floor air conditioning unit was not working properly. Our HVAC technician Zach found overflow...
Water
Customer called in after noticed their water heater was leaking. After multiple attempts at trying to get the company who installed it come back to...
Spray
Customer had reached out to us about her having an issue with some freezing pipes in their home. She called us initially wanting a plumber to come...
Press Releases From Chatham
Pipe Works Home Services of Chatham, New Jersey will be exhibiting and giving live demos for home insulation and Perma-Lining at The Meadowlands Exposition Center, 355 Plaza Drive, Secaucus, New Jersey on February 17 & 18 2018.... [Read more]
Today, the owner of New Jersey-based Pipe Works Services has 32 employees and a fleet of 21 vehicles. His focus is on providing comprehensive, high-quality service to residential clients in the affluent borough of Chatham, 30 miles from New York City. Giglio initially focused on plumbing, HVAC and sewer cleaning services, but from the beginning, he had his sights set on additional services and becoming a one-stop shop for his customers. Along the way he has added divisions to provide insulation, water conditioning and electrical services. While the plumbing division remains dominant with approximately 70 percent of the business, sewer cleaning, relining and excavation represent a growing piece of the pie. That sector is gaining ground significantly, and he sees a future where those divisions will amount to a more substantial figure.... [Read more]
Pipe Works Services is proud to co-sponsor the first ever Madison Home Show Expo.
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Job Stories From Chatham, NJ
Piping Replacement

Customer called in stating the had a pipe that is leaking in the basement. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer who granted access to the basement and showed the technician the are that was leaking. The technician found the customer had a leak on a 3/4" copper pipe that was strapped with a galvanized C strap. The technician presented the customer with options and the customer chose to replace the section of copper pipe. The technician began by shutting down the main water supply to the house and draining down the lines. He then cut out the section of pipe that was leaking and connected a new section of pipe with 2 couplings. He then turned the water back on to check for leaks and none were found. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer who was happy that there was no more leaking in the basement. 

 

 

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Gas Line Relocation

Customer called in stating the got a new stove and need the gas line relocated. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer who granted access to the kitchen. The customer showed the technician the new stove and where they would need the existing gas line moved so that the new stove would be closer to the wall. The technician presented the customer with an estimate and the customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician started by shutting off the gas. He then drilled a new hole about 8 inches away from the existing gas line. He then disconnected the old valve and moved the track pipe over to the new location. He then connected a new valve for the stove and turned the gas back on. The technician then checked the work to ensure there were no leaks, which there were not. He then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy to have the new stove working in the location that they wanted it. 

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Toilet Stoppage

Customer called in stating the downstairs toilet was clogged. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the housekeeper who granted him access to the first floor bathroom. The housekeeper told the technician that the toilet was backed up. The technician visually inspected the toilet and presented options to attempt to clear the blockage. The customer decided to proceed. The technician used the auger to clear the stoppage. He then flushed the toilet a few times to ensure it was working properly, which it was. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy with the work and asked the technician to set all the thermostats in the house to 72 degrees which he did. 

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Bath Tub Faucet and Diverter Replacement

Customer called in stating the faucet and diverter on his upstairs bathtub are broken and need to be replaced. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer who granted access to the bathroom. He let the technician know that he was looking to replace the diverter. The technician visually inspected the tub and provided an estimate to replace the diverter. The customer accepted. The technician went to the supply house to pick up the diverter. The technician removed the existing spout and diverter and replaced with new. He then ran the tub in order to ensure there were no leaks, all was working properly. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy that the tub was working properly again. 

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Laundry Tray Pump Replacement

Customer called in stating there was something under the sink in the basement that smelled and was making noise. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who provided access to the sink in the children's playroom in the basement. The customer stated there was a loud noise coming from under the sink. The technician visually inspected the sink and found a laundry tray pump with a blown motor and a cracked housing. The technician presented the customer with options to replace the laundry tray pump. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician began by removing the existing laundry tray pump which proved difficult because there was no anti-syphon hole in the discharge line above the pump so the line was full of water. The technician drilled a hole to allow the water to drain down into the pump housing. He then used a pump to remove the standing water in the existing laundry tray pump housing. The technician removed and discarded the existing laundry tray pump an replaced with new. He then reconfigured the piping for the new laundry tray pump. Once the pump was replaced he tested his work for leaks and ensured the pump was working to manufacturers specifications, which it was. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer who was happy that the pump was now working properly. 

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Hose Bib Replacement

Customer called in stating his basement started to flood when he turned on the outside faucet. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who said when he started to use the outside hose bib water began pouring into the basement causing a flood. The technician took a look inside the ceiling where the customer said the water was coming form and found cold air coming through the rafters in that area which caused the pipe to burst in that area when the customer turned the water back on. The technician spoke to the customer about his findings and recommended to have the area insulated to prevent this from happening again. The technician provided estimates to replace the hose bib as well as the water line to the hose bib. The customer chose to replace the hose bib, the water line to the hose bib and the emergency shut off. The technician began by shutting down the water to the home and draining down the system. He then removed approximately 10 feet of pex piping and found the pipe had burst at the hose bib. He supplied and installed a new shut off valve and boiler drain as well at 10 feet of copper piping with a new frost free hose bib. The technician made all necessary connections and re-pressurized the house. He then tested his work to ensure there were no leaks and all was working properly. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The technician advised the customer that in the winter he should turn off the shut off valve and drain the water from the boiler drain to remove any excess water to prevent the line from freezing due to poorly insulated cold spots. The customer was happy with the work and said he will think about insulting the area himself.

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Kitchen Faucet Replacement

Customer called in stating they purchased a new faucet and wants to have it replaced. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with homeowner who granted him access to the kitchen sink. The technician visually inspected the sink and the new faucet the customer had purchased. The technician then presented the customer with an estimate to install the new faucet and the customer approved. The technician began by shutting down the water to the kitchen sink and removing the existing faucet. He then installed the new faucet that the customer had purchased. He connected the hot and cold water lines and turned the water to the sink back on. The technician checked for any leaks and none were found. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy to have a new faucet that works properly. 

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Air Conditioning Repair

A customer called in stating the air conditioning was not working. Upon arrival, the tech checked in with the customer who stated the air conditioning to the second floor was not working. The homeowner provided the technician access to the air conditioning systems. The technician inspected the air conditioning systems and found neither of them was working.  He found the condenser for the first-floor system had wiring damage caused by animals and the condenser for the second floor had a bad contactor and capacitor. The technician provided estimates to make repairs and the customer decided to proceed. The technician made the wiring repairs for the first-floor condenser. He then removed the existing capacitor and contactor and replaced them with new ones. He then tested both condensing units to ensure that they were working and both systems began cooling properly. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was very happy that the air conditioning would be working properly for the summer months.

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Toilet Repair

A customer called in stating his downstairs toilet kept running and was not flushing properly. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who granted him access to the downstairs bathroom. The technician visually inspected the toilet and determined the flapper was the problem. He presented options to the customer to repair the toilet. At this time the customer chose to replace the flapper only. The technician shut down the water to the toilet and drained the toilet tank. He then removed the existing flapper and replaced it with a new one. The technician turned the water back on in order to test the toilet. The technician tested his work by flushing the toilet repeatedly to make sure it was no longer running. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy that the toilet was no longer running. 

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Toilet Repair

A customer called in stating he was having issues with the toilet. Upon arrival, the technician met with the homeowner who stated there was a problem with the toilet draining properly. The technician visually inspected the toilet and could not find any issues with the toilet. He provided an estimate to snake the line which the customer proceeded with. The technician attempted to snake the line but was not able to clear the stoppage. The customer stated the line has been clogged for 10 years. At this point, the technician presented an option to re-pipe the drain line. The customer accepted. The customer was scheduled for the technician to return the following week to complete the work. The technician returned to the property and met with the homeowner. The technician shut the water down. He proceeded to open up the wall in the bathroom and the ceiling in the garage in order to expose the pipe. He then cut out the old pipe that was rusted and re-piped the line. Once the line was replaced he turned the water back on to test for leaks.  No leaks were found. The technician flushed the toilet repeatedly to ensure the water was flowing properly, which it was. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy to have the toilet working properly for the first time in a while. 

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Shower Back Up

A customer called in stating the shower in the master bathroom keeps backing up. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who granted access to the master bathroom. He stated the shower drain takes a while to drain and water ends up pooling in the bottom of the shower. The technician ran the water to replicate the issue. He then presented options to the customer to attempt to clear the stoppage. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician began by removing the grill for the drain and running the snake down the line. The technician removed large amounts of hair from the shower drain. Once he completed snaking the drain he replaced the grill and ran the shower to ensure it was draining properly. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy that the shower was working properly again. 

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Kitchen Sink Leak and Back Up in Chatham, NJ

A customer called in stating the kitchen sink was leaking and backing up. Upon arrival, the technician met with the homeowner who stated the drain was leaking and the sink was clogged. The technician visually inspected the sink and presented estimates to snake the sink and replace the tubular fitting under the sink. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician began by snaking the line, he found large amounts of grease and food buildup within the line. Once the line was cleared the technician shut the water to the sink off and re-piped the drain line. Once he completed this he turned the water back on to test for leaks. No leaks were found and the sink was draining properly. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer who was happy to have the kitchen sink working properly again.

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Bathtub Clogged

Customer called in stating they had a clog in the bathtub. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who provided him access to the second floor bathroom.  The customer stated there was a stoppage in the bathtub. The technician visually inspected the tub and found a few inches of standing water. The technician presented the customer with options and the customer chose to proceed. The technician ran the handheld snake through the overflow / trip lever several times to approximately 25 feet. After several attempts the water began to drain down at a rapid rate. The technician filled the tub several times to ensure the water would continue to drain properly, which it did. The technician then cleaned the up the tub and the work area and went over his work with the homeowner. The customer was glad the tub was draining properly again.

 

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Water Heater Piping Repair

Customer called in stating his water heater was leaking. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner who granted access to the water heater. The technician visually inspected the water heater. The technician found the hot water tank outlet was leaking due to corrosion. The technician presented the customer with multiple options. At this time, the customer chose to repair the line. The technician isolated the water and shut down the water. He then cut out the corroded section of piping and re-piped that section of corroded line. Once the work was completed, the technician restored the water to check for leaks and none were found. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy that the technician was able to repair the leak for him.

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Leaking Toilet Repair

Customer called in stating he had a toilet that was leaking. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who provided him access to the bathroom. The technician visually inspected the toilet and found the supply valve to be leaking. The technician presented an estimate to replace the valve. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician shut down the water to the toilet and removed the old shut off valve. He then installed a new quarter turn shut off. The technician then turned the water back on to check for leaks and none were found. The technician also noticed the fill valve and flapper needed to be replaced. The technician presented the customer with an estimate and the customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician shut the water to the toilet off and drained down the tank. The technician then removed the existing fill valve and flapper and replaced with new. He turned the water to the toilet back on to ensure there were no leaks and everything was working properly. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy that the toilet was working properly. 

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Shower Leak Repair

A customer called in stating that the shower was leaking into the basement. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who stated water was backing up out of the sink in the basement anytime they ran the shower. The technician presented an estimate to snake the line and the customer accepted. The technician proceeded to disconnect the trap for the shower and snake the line. He then ran the sink in the basement and reconnected the line. The technician noticed there was a lot of rust on the snake after he snaked the line. He then ran the shower, the line was cleared and no longer backing up. The customer stated this problem happens every couple of months so the technician left an estimate to replace the galvanized drain line. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer.  

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Leak Under Kitchen Sink

Customer called in stating they had a leak under the kitchen sink that they want looked at. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who granted the technician access to the kitchen sink. The technician visually inspected the kitchen sink and found a leak on the 90 on the sink drain. The technician presented options to the customer to repair. The customer decided to go with the simple fix which was to replace the 90. The technician shut down the water to the sink and removed the leaking 90. He replaced it with a new 90. He then turned the water back on and tested for leaks. None were found. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer who was happy that the sink was no longer leaking.

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Replace Garbage Disposal

Customer called in stating their garbage disposal had stopped working. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who granted him access to the kitchen sink. The technician visually inspected the garbage disposal and presented the customer with options to replace. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The disconnected the drain line and the electrical line from the existing garbage disposal and uninstalled the old unit. He then installed the new disposal and connected the drain line and electrical line. The technician then tested the unit to ensure it was working properly and no leaks were present, no leaks and all was working properly. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer who was happy to have a working garbage disposal again. 

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Kitchen Sink Repair

Customer called in stating her kitchen sink was leaking. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who provided him access to the kitchen sink. The customer told the technician a pipe and valve under the sink were leaking. The technician inspected the plumbing under the kitchen sink and found the existing trap to be completely rotted at the tubular brass branch. The tailpiece and strainer were rotted as well. The technician also found the dishwasher shut off valve was leaking. The technician presented the customer with options for repair. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician cut out the rotted strainer, trap and tubular branch. He then shut off the water to the home and cut out the leaking dishwasher shut off valve. He then installed a pro press tee and shut off valve for the dishwasher. He then restored water to the home and tested, no leaks were found. He installed a new deep basket strainer, dishwasher tailpiece, chrome p-trap and slip joint waste bend. Once this work was done, the technician tested for leaks and none were found. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over all work with customer. Customer was happy that the kitchen sink was no longer leaking.

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Utility Sink Faucet Replacement

Customer called in stating the utility sink faucet leaks. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the homeowner who was looking to replace the utility sink faucet. The customer had already purchased the faucet. The technician provided an estimate to replace the faucet and the customer agreed. The technician shut down the water to the faucet. He then removed the existing faucet and unions on the sink. He then installed new unions and connected the new faucet. He then turned the water back on to check for leaks, none were found. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over all work with the customer. 

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Toilet Repair

Customer called in stating they have a toilet that keeps running. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who provided him access to the bathroom. The customer stated the toilet occasionally runs while not in use. The technician inspected the inside of the toilet tank and found calcium build up on the flapper. The technician presented the customer with options for repair. The customer chose to proceed with replacing the flapper only. The technician isolated the water supply to the toilet and drained down the toilet tank. The technician then removed the existing flapper and replaced with a new Toto flapper. The technician then turned the water supply back on and tested to ensure the toilet was no longer running. Once the work was complete, the technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy that the toilet was no longer running when it should not be. 

 

 

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Shower Back Up

A customer called in stating the shower drain is backing up. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the homeowner and discussed the issue they were experiencing. The technician visually inspected the shower and found it backing up. He presented an estimate to the customer to attempt to clear the clog. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician removed the shower cover and snaked the line. There was a lot of hair found in the drain. The technician then ran the water in the shower to ensure the shower was now flowing properly. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over the work with the customer. The customer was happy that there was no longer an issue with the shower backing up.

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Kitchen sink Repair

A customer called in stating the kitchen sink leaks and there is a bathroom sink that is leaking as well. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the homeowner about the issues, the customer stated there was a clog in the bathroom sink and the dishwasher tailpiece under the sink had broken from corrosion. The technician visually inspected both sinks and presented estimates to repair. The customer accepted and decided to proceed with work. The technician began by isolating the water and shutting down the water to the kitchen sink. He removed the existing strainer and dishwasher tailpiece from the trap and installed a new strainer and tailpiece. He then tested his work to make sure there were no leaks, no leaks were found. The technician then went to the second-floor bathroom and proceeded to snake the drain through the pop-up but the snake kept going upward into the vent. At this point, the technician presented an option to remove the pedestal sink and the customer agreed. The technician disconnected the trap and the water supply and snaked the line. At this point, the technician was able to clear the clog. He then mounted the pedestal sink to the trap and water supply. He then tested his work to make sure the sink was flowing properly, which it was. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over work with the customer who was very happy that his sinks were working.

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Kitchen Faucet Repair and Water Heater Replacement

A customer called in stating she believed the kitchen sink faucet was incorrectly installed because there are gaps and water leaks. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer and visually inspected the faucet, and provided several options for repair and replacement of the faucet. The customer then showed the technician to the room that contained the water heater and water meter. The water heater was over 10 years old and improperly pitched causing a backdraft. The piping had begun to rot and corrode. The technician then noticed the customer's water service line was hanging over ductwork and suspended with a strap hanging to the staircase. The gate valve to the water service line is also corroding. At this point, the technician presented an option to replace the 40-gallon water heater and add an expansion tank per plumbing code and re-route the flue piping for proper drafting. The customer decided to proceed with replacing the water heater as well as repairing and re-securing the kitchen faucet. The technician drained down the existing unit and cut out all copper piping. He then disconnected the gas pipe and isolated it. The exiting water heater was removed and the new 40-gallon gas water heater and ST5 expansion tank were installed. He then re-piped to adapt to the existing piping. The technician then eliminated all shark bite fittings and furnished a 3/4 pex ball valve for the sprinkler off of the cold feed. The technician then turned the gas valve and adjusted the temperature to a medium setting. The technician cleaned up the area and went back upstairs to repair the kitchen sink. He tightened the lock nuts underneath the kitchen sink and properly sealed components and side spray. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over all his work with the customer who was happy to have the kitchen sink working properly and the water heater up to code.

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Hose Bib Replacement

A customer called in stating that at approximately 9 pm the night before water began pouring down from the ceiling and the sheetrock fell. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the homeowner who granted him access to the basement mechanical room. The customer told the technician that they began shutting off valves until the water eventually stopped. The technician inspected the water lines and traced the water stains to the hose bib at the front porch. The technician found that the existing hose bib was frozen. The technician presented the customer with options to replace and repair the leak. The customer decided to proceed with replacing the hose bib. The technician removed a section of the sheetrock in the kitchen under the porch window and located the DCW supply line for the outside hose bib. The technician found a separation on the existing shark bite fitting and the inside of the pipe was completely frozen. The technician cut out the hose bib and supply line from the porch down to the mechanical room in the basement. He then installed a new ball valve and drain bib above the new valve for the customer in order to winterize the outside hose bibs. The technician ran a new 1/2" copper line and fittings and a secondary valve for the hose bib at the rear of the home. He then installed a new hose bib on the front porch and made all connections. At this point, the technician restored water and tested for leaks. No leaks were found. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer showing them how to shut and drain the hose bib lines. All was left working properly.

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Thaw Frozen Pipes

A customer called in stating the pipes were frozen. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who told him the pipes to the washing machine had frozen. The customer showed the technician to the finished basement. The water lines were closed behind sheetrock walls. The customer mentioned there was a crawl space below his dining room that runs parallel to the basement. The customer told the technician that this is an ongoing issue with freezing pipes. The technician presented the customer with an option to thaw the pipes and the customer decided to proceed. The technician connected the thawing machine cables to the valve on the washing machine box and disconnected the braided supply line to the valve. The technician connected the other cable to the kitchen sink copper line. He then thawed the pipe to the washing machine and tested the washing machine. At this time the line was thawed and water flowing properly. The technician spoke to the customer about insulation and a specialist was scheduled to provide estimates for insulation, which the customer proceed in doing as well. 

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Boiler Repair

A customer called in stating the steam boiler was not producing enough heat in the bathroom and the front hallway. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the homeowner who stated there was no heat to the bathroom radiator and the baseboard was not getting hot. The technician looked over the steam boiler with a hot water loop and found the circulator pump motor seized and not circulating water on a call for heat. The technician found that the boiler had the original control low water cut off which was installed in 2012.  The circulator pump on the return was completely clogged. The technician presented options for repair. The customer decided to proceed with the work presented by the technician. The technician installed a new Taco circulator pump, check valve, isolation valve and wired the pump to the switching relay. The technician also replaced the low water cut-off. Once work was done, the technician tested control and called for heat. Everything was working properly. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over all work performed with the customer.

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Pipe Leaking in Basement

Customer called in stating she has a leaking pipe in the basement. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer who showed him to the area in the basement where the pipe was leaking. The technician visually inspected the area and found that she had a leak on the hot and cold water line. The technician presented customer with an estimate to make repairs and install a new valve on the line. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician isolated the water source and shut the water down. He then drained down the line and cut out the corroded section of the existing pipe. He then re-piped the line and added a valve. The technician then turned the water back on to test for leaks. No leaks were present. The technician cleaned up the area where he was working and went over the work with the customer. The customer was very happy with the work and glad that the pipe was no longer leaking. 

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Kitchen Sink Stoppage

Customer called in stating their kitchen sink was clogged. Upon arrival, the customer brought the technician into the kitchen and showed him the sink that was backing up. The technician provided an estimate to the customer to snake the kitchen sink. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician made 3 passes with the electric snake which did not clear the clog. The technician then presented the customer with an estimate to make additional passes with the snake from a clean out downstairs. The customer agreed. The technician went downstairs and opened up the cleanout and made additional passes with the snake. The technician was able to clear the clog. He then tested the drains to ensure everything was working properly. The technician cleaned up and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy that there was no more back up and the kitchen sink was able to be used again. 

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Shower Rebuild

Customer called in stating that the shower faucet was leaking. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer who said his tub / shower on the second floor was dripping. The customer currently has a Delta shower valve that his friend unsuccessfully tried to change. The technician presented the customer with an option to replace the cartridge and the customer accepted. The technician removed the existing cartridge and brought it to the supply house to match it.  The technician purchased the correct cartridge and returned to customer's home to complete repair. The technician installed the new cartridge with new seats and springs and made all necessary connections and re-pressurized the system. He then tested the shower and the faucet was working properly. The technician then cleaned up the area and brought the customer in to go over the work. The customer was happy with the technician's work and was happy to have the shower working properly.

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Expansion Tank Replacement

Customer called in stating his expansion tank has a crack and there is a constant leak. The technician arrived to the customer's home and the customer granted him access to the basement HVAC room. The customer told the technician that the expansion tank above the water heater is leaking onto the water heater. The technician inspected the existing expansion tank and found that the bladder and the exterior housing had ruptured. He also found that the tank had been installed on the hot water outlet of the water heater. The technician tested the water pressure to the home and found the pressure at 50 PSI. He also performed a water hardness test which resulted in a reading of 35 GPG which is extremely high. The technician let the customer know his findings. He presented customer with estimates to replace the expansion tank as well as options to install a water softener. Customer decided to proceed with the expansion tank and would make a decision about the water softener. The technician began by isolating the water supply to the water heater and partially draining the water heater. He removed the existing expansion tank and plugged the bull on the tee. He then cut the cold water line above the inlet to the water heater. He installed the tee and threaded the new expansion tank. Next, he fashioned a support leg on the bottom of the new expansion tank with threaded rod and clamps. The technician restored water to the water heater and tested. There were no leaks and water heater was operating properly. The technician cleaned up the work are and brought the customer down to go over his work. The customer was happy that there were no more leaks and that the work was able to be completed so quickly.

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Toilet Repair

Customer called in because their toilet was leaking. Upon arrival, the technician spoke with the customer and the customer brought the technician to the half bath located on the first floor. The customer states the toilet runs constantly. The technician inspected the toilet and found old style fill valve and water rising and dumping into air gap on flush valve. The technician presented the customer with options to eliminate the issue. The customer decided to move forward with the partial tank rebuild. The technician isolated the water supply to the toilet and drained the tank. He then removed the existing fill valve and installed a new fill valve. Next, the technician restored water to the toilet and filled the tank. The technician test for leaks and there were none. The technician cleaned up the area and went over his work with the customer. The toilet was left working properly.

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Slop Sink Repair

Customer called in stating that her basement sink was leaking. Upon technician arrival, customer showed him the basement slop sink that was leaking. The technician performed a visual inspection and found that the left basin of the porcelain slop sink was leaking. An estimate was created to replace the existing tailpiece and the customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician removed the existing tailpiece and slip coupling under the left basin of the sink. He then installed the tailpiece, slip coupling and flanged poly washer. The technician then tested for leaks by running the water. No leaks were found. The technician then cleaned up the work space and brought the customer down to the basement to show her the work. The customer was happy with the work performed and was glad the sink is no longer leaking.

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Slop Sink Replacement

A customer called stating that they needed their basement slop sink replaced with a new sink that they already purchased.  The technician arrived on-site and spoke to the customer about an issue with the slop sink. The technician then visually inspected the slop sink and found it to be clogged. The technician provided an estimate to clear the current sink and replace it with customer supplied slop sink. The customer agreed to proceed with the work. The technician began by snaking the drain of the existing slop sink since it was backed up. Once the technician cleared the stoppage he shut the water to the sink and proceeded to remove the existing slop sink. He then repiped the hot and cold water lines to accommodate for the new sink and faucet. The technician then installed a new shut-off valve. Once work was complete the technician turned the water back on and tested the sink for leaks by running the water. Once the technician determined there were no leaks he brought the customer down to the basement to show her the work. The customer was happy with the work and glad she no longer had to worry that her slop sink would back up.

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Pressure Switch Replacement

Customer called in stating that their furnace was not working in some parts of the home. Upon arrival, the technician spoke with the customer regarding his concerns. The technician found that the 90% furnace in the basement that conditions the first floor was not working. The technician found the furnace was giving an error message indicating that the pressure switches were not going through their normal cycle. The technician reached out to tech support in order to further troubleshoot. The technician found that the 3 pressure switches inside the furnace were faulty.  An estimate was provided to replace the pressure switches and the customer approved. The switches needed to be ordered so the technician was able to temporarily get the furnace working so that the customer would not be without heat. All parts were ordered and the technician returned to complete repairs. The technician removed the faulty pressure switches and replaced with new. He then tested operations for heating and performed a combustion analysis to ensure the unit was operating properly and safely. The technician then went over the work with the customer who was very happy that his heat would not go out again. The technician cleaned up and everything was left in good working order.

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Clogged Tub

The customer called in stating her tub was clogged. The technician arrived on site and spoke to the customer. The customer showed the technician to the bathroom where the tub was clogged. The technician then presented the customer with an estimate to snake the tub. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician snaked the drain about 17 feet and began to pull out large amounts of hair. The technician continued to snake the drain due to large amount of hair that he was pulling out. Once the technician was satisfied that the line had been cleared he ran the water to ensure the tub was draining properly, which it was. The technician brought the customer into the bathroom and showed her how the tub was flowing properly. The customer was happy that her tub was working properly again.

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Shower Head Replacement

Customer called in stating he has  a shower head he is thinking of replacing. Upon arrival at customer's home the technician discussed the issues that were present with the current shower head. The technician presented an option to replace the shower head. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician removed the existing shower head and replaced it with a new shower head that provides more converge, more warmth and more intensity. Once the technician completed the replacement of the shower head he went over the work with the customer. The customer mentioned he has a gas fireplace and the pilot was not lit. The technician took a look at the fireplace for him and provided pricing to light the pilot for the customer, to which the customer agreed. The technician then lit the pilot for the customer and tested to make sure there were no leaks in the gas line. The technician ensured all was working properly and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy with the service and called into the office to compliment the technician. 

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Washing Machine Drain Trap Replacement

Customer called in regarding a bad smell that she noticed in the closet that contains the plumbing pipes next to her laundry room. Upon arrival, the technician visually inspected the plumbing closet and the washing machine. The technician found that the laundry drain was filled with lint and soap scum. The technician presented an estimate to replace the trap and the customer agreed to proceed with the work. The technician then opened up the wall and cut out the old trap. He installed the new trap and tested it to make sure there were no leaks. No leaks were found at this time. The technician showed the customer the work that was performed. The customer was happy with the service and glad that the smell that she had noticed previously was gone.

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Dual Water Heater Replacement

Customer called in stating that the 2 water heaters in his basement were leaking.  The technician arrived and found that the two 50 gallon water heaters had leaking hot water tanks. The technician provided the customer with an estimate to replace the water heaters. The customer decided to move forward with the work. The technician disconnected the existing water heaters from the water and gas and removed the old water heaters. The technician then installed 2 new 50 gallon water heaters. The water and gas lines were reconnected as well as the vent lines.  The technician filled the tanks and connected to power. Both units were  started up and they began working. The technician performed a combustion analysis on the units to ensure they were operating properly. Both units were left fully operational and the customer was very happy that the hot water was restored. 

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Excavation in Basement in Chatham, NJ

We were called out to a home experiencing sewage backing up in the basement toilet. Our technicians went to the home to jack hammer and excavate the area where the toilet was located and removed toilet. They exposed 4 inch cast iron sewer line and installed a mainline backwater valve. They also installed a check valve on the 3 inch pvc. All components of this install were tested and left operating normally. The technician also mentioned to homeowner that they needed to check the backwater valve periodically to ensure the flag does not have any debris or restrictions in it. They cemented the floor and recommended 24 hours before walking on it. The tech also capped the 1/2 inch water line which use to feed toilet. Now there are no more worries of an emergency sewage leak in this basement. 

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New HVAC System and Water Heater in Chatham, NJ

We recently went out to a home in Chatham, NJ to replace an HVAC system for a customer who was experiencing multiple issues with their old one. Due to the issues and also the age of the system it was better to replace the system as the issues would be recurring. Our technicians Jose B. and Alfredo went to the home to replace a furnace, coil, condenser and water heater. They removed the old furnace and coil then removed the old water heater, and installed a new water heater. They then installed the new furnace , coil and condenser. The techs then reconnected the gas line, the sheet metal exhaust, and the drain pump. They checked to make sure everything was running properly and showed the customer the functionality of the new system. The new system provides peace of mind that the system is reliable and will also be more efficient. 

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Dirty Furnace Caught on Fire

We recently had a request from a customer who lived in a condo in Chatham, NJ to quote on a new Lennox unit. He had a fire inside the condo as a result of not cleaning the dirt and dust from his unit. Yearly maintenance and cleaning of your HVAC unit is very important for the health and safety of you and your home. 

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Electrical Updates in Chatham, NJ

One of our regular customers bought a new home and needed some electrical work to update the new home. Our electrician met with the homeowner to go over work he requested. Our technician noticed there are many exterior lights and outlets which need to be installed, cut into siding, and remounted. The electrician put together an estimate for the work based off the customers list and they approved. The electrician completed the updates requested to the electrical box.

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Water Delivery Fixture Renovation in Chatham, NJ

Our plumbing technician was called out to a home in Chatham, NJ to repair a leaking sink drain. He removed the existing kitchen faucet and 3 shut off valves under the sink. The tech then furnished and installed a new shut off valve for the faucet, dishwasher and instant hot. The tech adapted to existing leads for the existing fixtures to the new valves and checked for leaks. The technician left the sink operating normally and confirmed with the customer that when she gets the new 4” spread faucet for the second floor bathroom we will return to install it. The area under the sink was cleaned out and left in better condition than when he arrived. 

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No Heat on Main Level in Morristown, NJ

We had a client who was experiencing issues with zones for the kitchen, living room, and dining area. Our technician wet to the home to diagnose and found excessive build up on components of the hydronic system.  We explained to the customer and she understands that the issues is internal and most likely due to the piping in the system. The technician performed the work to get the heat up and running today, however a more permanent solution will be worked up by system design specialist and replacement may be in order. The tech removed and dispose of old flow control, and installed a new spirovent rebuild kit, purged the system and removed air from lines. Lastly, he tested for proper operation and function and cleaned up before leaving the home.

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No Heat and Igniter Issue in Chatham, NJ

We received a call from a customer called who had no heat in their home. We sent a technician to the home to diagnose the problem. Upon inspection of the system, the technician found that the igniter was not igniting at all. He proceeded to test the voltage to the igniter, and found there was no ignition during the sequence of the operation. The tech then tested the safeties and found a high temperature limit that had gone off and it was unable to re-set. Further testing led him to find a bad capacitor for the blower and the motor as well. Due to the extensive repairs, they required replacement and should be considered based on the condition and age of the system.

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Leaking Bathroom Sink in Chatham, New Jersey

A customer called to have us come out to stop a leak in their bathroom sink. The plumber arrived on site and the customer stated that the supply line was broken on the left side. The technician installed a new supply line and also upgraded to a new shut off valve. The customer stated that her pedestal sink on the first floor was also draining slow and unable to snake the line. He needed to cut out the access down below to clear the blockage on the left. Now the sink is able to drain properly and free of blockage. 

Old Water Heater Replacement in Chatham, New Jersey

Our technician was sent to the home in Chatham, New Jersey to diagnose a hot water heater. Upon arrival he met with the homeowner and found a 13 yr old water heater with a plastic drain valve and a leak on the hot water supply. While he was inspecting he also found the flue back pitched and discussed replacement with the homeowner. While shutting off the main he found the pressure reducing valve and spoke with the owner about code and he wishes to install thermal expansion tank as well. The technician installed a new water heater complete with all the upgrades and tested the water heater.

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Leaking Valve on Heating System in Chatham, New Jersey

We sent a technician to the home in Chatham, New Jersey to diagnose a leaking valve in the customers heating system. Upon arrival the tech met with the homeowner and discussed what he thought the issues were. The technician then performed the regular maintenance on the heating system. He spoke with owner about the age and preventative maintenance and about the repair on a valve above water heater that was leaking. He drained the system and installed a new valve which tested correctly. The tech cleaned out the burner assembly, installed a new ignition and flame sensor to ensure no issues with system due to malfunctioning.

 

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Lennox Electrical for Thermostat and Water Pump in Chatham, NJ

Our technicians went to a home in Chatham, New Jersey to install a new Lennox furnace, condenser coil, Ecobee thermostat, and water pumps.
They removed the old furnace coil condenser, put in the new condenser coil, and furnace. They ran the water hole and the new line set to connect to the condenser and put blue stones down to make it level for the new condenser. The techs also showed the home owner the job and he was happy  with the end result. The technicians also gave him a walk through on how to operate the system and stressed the importance on yearly maintenance so not to void warranty.

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Boiler Installation and Electrical in Chatham, NJ

The customer had us come out to check on their boiler as it was not functioning correctly during the early fall. Our System Design Specialist went out to quote after our tech determined that the boiler was in need of replacement and beyond repair. Our technicians removed the old boiler and prepared to install the new system. The electrician found the LED in the pump controller to be dim, when pressing the test button it was lighting up, it’s being back fed somehow through the common maker. He put the old thermostat back on and the system worked properly. They also removed temporary wiring and ran new power wiring to boiler. The techs also installed a service switch, wire pump controller, and extend the stat wiring and reconnected to the boiler.



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Coil and Condenser in Chatham, NJ

Our technicians Odin and Shakil installed a coil and condenser. They flushed the line-set and connected it to the new units. The techs reconnected to existing supply and return duct work. Additionally they re-piped the drain line and added an ez trap. Finally they leveled the condenser pad and set the unit. Then they tested everything it’s working properly. Gave customer walk through on everything and sealed all holes and connections.

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Electrical Board Installation in Chatham, NJ

Our electrician returned and installed a new IFC board, upon installation now we were getting proper communication voltage however indoor thermostat was failing. He advised the customer of this potential issue when electronic components fail that are communicating. He will order a thermostat and return to install that as well. The technician proceeded with task, installed a new I-comfort thermostat and board, tested for proper operation and function. The system is displaying proper temperature and humidity levels.

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Lennox New Condenser Installation in Chatham, NJ

Our technicians, Odin, Chris, and Carvel removed an old coil and condenser on a Lennox unit. They then installed a new coil and condenser and put a new EZ trap. They tested the equipment everything is working great.

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Leak in Ceiling in Chatham, NJ

Our technician went to a customer's home to inspect a leak by the foyer ceiling. Upon diagnosis he cut the sheetrock on foyer ceiling to try and pinpoint with more accurately where the leak is originating from. The tech found the leak to be coming from the upstairs bathroom toilet from flushing the toilet. It will require a new seal and adjustments in order to make proper repairs. The tech presented the customer with options and he installed new wax seal with bolts, re-secured toilet, and tested for proper operation and function. 

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DIrty Coils and Compressor Malfunctioning in Chatham, NJ

Our technician went to a customers home to perform a cooling psa. He noticed a dirty air filter, and quoted the customer to replace it. She will order and replace the filter on her own. During condenser inspection, he found the compressor pulling high amps, which cases stress on the system. He checked the coil and found it dirty. The tech quoted the customer to clean it. The capacitor is well within parameters and he left estimates for the condenser coil cleaning and air filter replacement. He also informed customer that the amps could be high and pressures slightly off due to the fact the condenser is located under the deck. He then explained how the condenser works as far as air flow is concerned. 

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Kitchen Faucet Sprayer Replacement in Chatham, NJ

Our technician arrived at the customers house for kitchen faucet sprayer that was leaking. Upon diagnosis he found that the hose had a hole in it. The technician gave the customer options for us to run to the store and get one or have her supply it. The technician went out at a later date and installed the new sprayer and everything is now functioning properly.

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Pin Hole Leak in Pipe in Chatham, NJ

Our technician was called out to a home that had a leak in the basement. Upon diagnosis he found a copper pipe had a hole in it leaking slowly. The technician had to cut out bad copper pipe and install new one. He tested for leaks and everything was good!

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Tankless Water Heater Short Cycling in Chatham, NJ

The customer states he has error code on his Tankless water heater. Upon diagnosis, our technician found short cycling and he checked Venturi the combustion air intake, gas pressures and drop, and also inspected motor for proper circulation. The customer states he has no had maintenance done on unit for a while, unit is over 10 years old. Pipe Works Services removed the flame rod from system and cleaned it, unit stayed on and firing the entire time as opposed to before. Due to age and condition of the water heater we recommended to replace it soon.

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Garbage Disposal Install in Chatham, NJ

Our technician arrived on site for a leak underneath the kitchen sink. After further diagnostic, he found the leak coming from discharge piping on garbage disposal. He removed the existing garbage disposal and installed new switch fed Insinkerator disposal. He made all connections and turned water on to test for leaks.

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Dripping Bathroom Faucet in Chatham, NJ

Our technician arrived onsite for a leaking widespread bath room faucet. He turned off cold stop and found water still dripping. So then he turned off the hot stop it finally stopped. he removed the handle, trim and ceramic cartridge then cleaned out some build up from where cartridge meets the body of the faucet. The tech then reinstalled the cartridge, turned hot water back on and ran for several minutes then shut off to watched for any additional drips. Did this several times to ensure proper operation, all good at this time. 

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3 AC Unit PSA Performed in Chatham, NJ

Upon arrival our tech met with the homeowner to perform a psa check up on 3 systems. He found issues with 2 systems and provided options to address. At this time owner wishes to move forward with the repair options. We will chemically clean both first floor, rear, and second floor condensers. He also increased the  level of refrigerant for first floor rear and second floor condensers. He also installed a mold protection for second-floor coil. After performing all of the work he tested all systems.

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Old HVAC Unit in Need of Repair or Replacement in Chatham, NJ

Our technician met with homeowner and diagnosed the system and found issues with the refrigerant. The customer stated PSE&G was just out in the charging system and at this time system is already empty. The system is 18 years old so due to the age of system we suggested replacement and customer is interested in having specialist come out provided option for repair.

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Blower and Hot Water Heater Malfunction in Chatham, NJ

Our technician arrived onsite for a no hot water situation. He found 3 flash error codes on gas valve. He then spoke with tech support and they are leaning towards the blower going bad. He sent pictures to them so they can assess the venting and make sure it is correct. The technician informed the customer that if we replace the blower and it still doesn’t work, we will have to dive in deeper. He discussed tank replacement and to replace blower motor. 

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Noisy HVAC Unit in Chatham, NJ

The customer states he has noisy unit on basement system. Upon discussion with customer he stated he is looking to minimize noise on system downstairs. The current return is boxed in to the frame of the basement wall, unit is 100k btu capacity on a 3 ton drive system and unit is oversized for this application causing duct-work to create high static pressure, which results in noise. The technician advised of one solution that would add more return to the current and set up by adding a minimum 10” round ducted pipe. However please be advised that this is not a guaranteed solution as unit is oversized. We switched blower speeds and adjusted CFM, the noise was significantly reduced and customer noticed the difference. Since the duct-work is not designed properly for furnace he may experience short cycling issues in the winter time, however we stated if that’s the case we would come out to switch wires back, but the customer would have to replace furnace or at least increase return piping. 

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Leaking Toilet and Shut Off Valves in Chatham, NJ

Our technician arrived onsite for a leak at the 2nd floor main bathroom toilet. He found the water to the house turned off and 1/2” compression nut removed from straight stop. After speaking with customer, she also mentioned the fill valve would sputter and not fully shut off. They discussed to either replace just the shut off valve and to also replace shut off valve and fill valve, husband opted to just replace the stop. The technician removed straight stop and installed new one as well as new flex connector. He turned water on and filled toilet tank and noticed when the tank filled, the fill valve did not fully shut off. He adjusted the height of the fill valve and told customer that it needs to be replaced.

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Cooling PSA and Filter Replacement in Chatham, NJ

Our HVAC technician performed cooling psa and found both filters dirty. The technician replaced both filters. The condenser coils were also recommended for a good cleaning.

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Faucet and Toilet Repair in Chatham, NJ

Our technician arrived on site for multiple plumbing issues in the home. The first issue was the water level in the bowl of the basement toilet was not getting as high as it should. He removed tank lid and found the fill tube had come out of the overflow allowing the tank to fill but not the bowl. Then he put tube back into overflow and tested toilet, water level came back up to work should. The second issue was with the toilet in the daughters bathroom continually running. He flushed several times but was unable to re-create the issue. The final issue was with the kitchen faucet hot side dripping. He installed the new hot and cold cartridges in American Standard kitchen faucet.

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Sewer Dig and Repair in Chatham, NJ

Our technicians trenched 35 feet from the foundation of the home out to the curb valve. They also replaced lead water service with 1 inch copper piping. The town turned water back on and left it operating normally. Tested and all is well, and we will need to return to pour 2 slabs on the sidewalk.



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Sewer Dig and Repair in Chatham, NJ

Our Sewer repair crew excavated at the city main in the back yard to expose the sewer connection to the city main.  They installed new saddle and had the town Dpw check before backfilling.  They tested by running the water and left it operating normally. Mike & Johnny Removed a 50 gallon water heater and installed a 75 gallon made all necessary connections and installed an expansion tank. 

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Cooling PSA in Chatham, NJ

Our technician was called to a customer's home to performed a cooling psa. 

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Water Heater and Condensor Install in Cathham, NJ

Our technicians, Odin and Washington removed and recycled the old coil. They also installed the following, water heater, condenser, and water softener. 

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Electrical Work on Boiler in Chatham, NJ

Our electrician went to the customers home to replace the wiring for a new boiler. He removed the old wire whip for boiler and replaced service switch and rewire boiler. He also ran wiring for outdoor sensor and installed om back of house with a connect to the boiler. The stat wire was also routed from the zone control to the boiler.

 

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Multiple plumbing issues in Chatham, NJ

Our technician arrived on site for multiple plumbing issues at a customer's home in Chatham, NJ. The first issue was master bathroom faucet for left hand sink was loose. The toilet in the same bathroom was also running. Second-floor main bathroom faucet was also loose. In addition, the basement toilet what is filling up slowly. He looked into that and found the fill valve wasn’t shutting off in time to prevent the water from going into the overflow. There’s also a half inch cap plug on the sprinkler system that had a very slight drip to it. We also replaced gasket for canister style flush valve in master bath toilet. Finally the technician also tightened down the nuts under the faucets for the spouts to keep them from moving.  

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Attic Deck Insulation in Chatham, NJ

-Remove and dispose of existing fiberglass insulation and plywood boards in attic and vacuum out all debris. 

-Install 128 sf. layer of 4'' SilverGlo along attic deck then cover with 3/8'' plywood to provide insulated storage platform. Dense pack cellulose under the installed decking.

-Install vertical insulation retention dams to hold blown in insulation in place. 

-Cover recessed high hat lights with fire rated tenmat covers.

-Air Seal and Insulate 'traditional' attic assembly by closing all accessible penetrations and top plates using expanding polyurethane foam 

-Insulate the open areas of the attic with 17" TruSoft cellulose insulation. 

-Seal off whole house fan louvers from above with a 4" SilverGlo, air seal with one part foam and cover with plywood.

- Install 'David Lewis' attic pull-down stair hatch cover to provide insulation and air seal of the hatch. Cover is made with 4'' SilverGlo EPS foam board insulation.

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Garage Ceiling Insulation in Chatham, NJ

Cut a 1 ft strip in the ceiling along the garage doors to expose the plumbing and the vented over hang.

-Seal off the overhang with 2 inch silver glo foam board and 1 part spray foam encapsulating all plumbing pipes.

-Drill a 2 1/2 hole in each bay of the garage ceiling to access the cavity.

-Dense pack the entire garage ceiling included the plumbing chase with Tru-soft cellulose insulation.

-Patch all holes created with drywall and one coat of drywall joint compound.

Pipe Works Services will cover and protect all areas where work is being performed.

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Kneewall Attic Install in Chatham, NJ

-Pull back the existing insulation around the perimeter of the kneewall attics to expose the exterior soffit.

-Block all soffit and gable vents with 2 inch silver glo foam board.

-Spray foam all the roof rafters and gable ends with 3 inches of Lapolla 4G closed cell spray foam.

-Spray coat all foam with 1 coat of Lapolla Fire Lok coating.

Pipe Works Services will cover and protect all areas where work is being performed.

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Dense Packed Walls in Chatham, NJ

Dense pack garage ceiling, Son's room walls, shed interior, cantilever over garage doors:

-Garage Ceiling Dense Pack with TruSoft cellulose insulation- Insulate and air seal ceiling over garage and dense-pack TruSoft cellulose insulation - ceiling bays accessed from exterior of house by removing or drilling siding. 

-Dense Pack Garage Ceiling with TruSoft cellulose insulation - from outside (5280) Bd ft Add on

for Garage Ceiling Dense Pack more than 8" thick. C5-1.

-Dense pack wall next to the garage door/ vent from the kitchen

-Spray foam the sill plate and insulate the small electrical panel space that houses the electrical panel. 

- Kitchen Fan to Outside - Install butterfly air control baffle for insulation.
- Dense pack wall below dining room windows and insulate with SilverGlo Foam board.

-Some touch up paint may be required and is not included 

All Attics properly Insulated and prepped to install newly designed heating and cooling design for home:

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Insulating stairwell in Chatham, NJ

Pipe Works Services, Inc. will: Insulate exterior walls of the 1st floor bath, kitchen, both stairwells, wall from the garage door to the basement bath, basement bath. -We will seal off all accessible rim joist in the basement with 2 part spray foam to close of wall cavity from the utility room all the way around to the back of the basement "workshop". -We will drill a 2 9/16'' holes in the exterior sheathing in each 2x4 stud cavity and Insulate exterior walls of the 1st floor bath, kitchen, both stairwells, wall from the garage door to the basement bath. Due to the stone foundation outside the basement bath, we will access the walls to insulate from the interior. Please note that besides the 1st floor bath and kitchen (which need to be insulated from the exterior, exclusively), the install crew will decide, with the home owner, whether to dense pack from the exterior or the interior. -We will dense pack all these areas using Trusoft cellulose blown insulation to air seal and insulate the walls. -We will plug all holes created with cedar wooden plugs on the exterior of the home and foam plugs on the interior of the home. These are air sealed and the interior plugs will be rough spackle in place. Please note: Pipe Works Services, Inc. does not "finish spackle" sand or paint. -We will put back all siding removed in the condition it was found. Spray foam Insulate the entire basement rim joist. -We will seal off all accessible rim joist in the basement with 2 part spray foam to close of wall cavity from the utility room all the way around to the back of the basement "workshop".  

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Basement Insulation in Chatham, NJ

Pipe Works Services, Inc. will secure and protect the basement flooring and the basement in general from the residual dusting and any other dusting or objects while the project is ongoing.

The Homeowner will remove all objects or obstacles in the vicinity where the works is to be done, creating an unobstructed work space area.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will cut off and remove sections of the drywall (sheet rock) on the top section of the buffered wall where it adjoins the garage ceiling.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will install SilverGlo rigid foam board between the studs and joists as a blocking to separate the basement ceiling from the garage ceiling in preparation for dense packing the remaining six to seven feet of the garage ceiling. We will also air seal around the SilverGlo or all accessible openings to separate the both ceilings.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will drill 2-9/16" holes between the joist of the remaining six to seven feet garage ceiling nearest the basement.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will dense pack our TruSoft cellulose insulation between the joists through the drilled holes, filling the cavities between these joists.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will plug the holes and seal air tight and apply joint compound.

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Convert attic to extension in Chatham, NJ

Remove and dispose of existing fiberglass insulation in attic.
Convert attic to extension of conditioned space by installing average of 3'' (R-20.4) thick closed-cell spray foam on roof and end walls including ignition barrier paint.
Install dense-packed TruSoft cellulose in cavity between drywall ceiling and roof deck of cathedral ceilings by accessing cavities from soffit or facia. 

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Closed Cell Insulation in Chatham, New Jersey

Remove and dispose of three existing windows in living room and install three Anderson Low E replacement windows. White vinyl exterior primed wood interior including insect screen. 

Remove and dispose of existing bay windows and install three Anderson Low E replacement windows. White vinyl exterior primed wood interior including insect screen. Replace roof over bay window including 2" closed cell spray foam in roof area above windows and SilverGlo foam board below windows with new Azek skirt board.

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Insulation Installation in Chatham, NJ

Remove and dispose of three existing windows in living room and install three Anderson Low E replacement windows. White vinyl exterior primed wood interior including insect screen. 

Remove and dispose of existing bay windows and install three Anderson Low E replacement windows. White vinyl exterior primed wood interior including insect screen. Replace roof over bay window including 2" closed cell spray foam in roof area above windows and SilverGlo foam board below windows with new Azek skirt board.

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2" Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation Installation in Chatham, New Jersey

Supply and install one Lennox Pure Air filtration system on existing air handler. Apply approximately 2" closed cell spray foam to metal trunk line of existing air handler. Air seal all holes/gaps with silicone where necessary
Relocate existing generator using existing pad approximately 3'-4' to the left a maximum distance of the electric line and relocate existing gas line.  
UV Option: Supply and install one UVC24V ultraviolet germicidal light Germicidal lights kill germs, mold and fungi that may live in ductwork and inside your heating and cooling equipment. This helps keep your HVAC system clean and running at peak efficiency.

 

 
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Dense-pack TruSoft Cellulose Insulation Insulation in Chatham, New Jersey

Insulate and air seal ceiling over garage with dense-pack TruSoft cellulose insulation - ceiling bays accessed from inside of garage by drilling multiple 2 1/4" holes in cement ceiling dense packing each joist bay with cellulose then plugging and patching all holes with cement. Some touch up paint may be required and is not included.

Upgrade 2'' x 4'' wall insulation of two exterior walls at front right corner of house with inserted dense-packed TruSoft cellulose insulation by removing individual shingles and drilling sub-wall, then reinstalling the shingle.

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Insulation Installation in Chatham, New Jersey

Dr. Energy
Construct OSB walls around customer installed storage deck and attic pull down stairs. Supply and Install ventilation baffles as necessary in joist bays where soffits are active. Upgrade existing attic insulation by blowing in approximately 9" (R32) loose TrueSoft cellulose over existing fiberglass. Install one attic pull-down stair hatch cover to provide insulation and air seal of the hatch. Cover is made with 4'' (R20) SilverGlo EPS foam board insulation all seams sealed with one part foam

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Thermax Fire Rated Insulated Foam Board to Rafters

Install 'SuperKneeWall' upgrade by bolting 1" Thermax fire rated insulated foam board to rafters then air sealing all seams with one part spray foam in both knee walls off master bedroom and attic above sun room. Entry to the knee wall is through a blank vent cover. All open access ponts will be closed off with 1/2" sheetrock tape and one coat of spackle. Paint is not included.

Install 'SuperKneeWall' by cutting access in sheetrock wall in guest room closet at front of house over entry way then bolting 1" Thermax fire rated foam board insulation to rafters and air sealing all seams. Access will be closed up with 1/2" sheetrock taped and one coat of spackle. Paint is not included.

Remove and dispose of existing fiberglass insulation in attic.
Air Seal and Insulate 'traditional' attic by closing all accessible penetrations and top plates using expanding polyurethane foam and then blowing in approximately 14" R49 TruSoft cellulose including plywood retention dams around attic hatch.

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HVAC Installation Underway in Chatham, NJ

HVAC Installation in Chatham, New Jersey
Pipe Works Services Inc., will remove and recycle your old equipment, and install the following:

5 Ton XC16 Lennox Condensing Unit
CBX32MV Lennox Air Handler
Lennox iComfort Thermostat
New Electrical Whip and Disconnect
New condensate condenser pad
New Secondary Drain Pan

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Installing HVAC in Chatham, New Jersey

HVAC Install 
Pipe Works Services Inc. will supply and install the following:

1- MXZ-2B20NA- Inverter drive 
1- MSZ-GL12NA- Wall mounted air handler
1- MSZ-GL06NA- Wall mounted air handler

Pipe Works Services Inc. will supply and install a new circuit from the existing electrical panel for system.

5" Chimney Liner up to 35' Stainless steel.

Pipe Works Services Inc will replace the 4 inch Smoke pipe from the original furnace and re connect to the chimney liner.

Pipe Works Services Inc will re cement penetration of the liner out of the foundation.

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Crew Installing an HVAC System in Chatham, New Jersey

Pipe Works Services Inc., will replace lineset if accessible, otherwise will chemically flush lineset to prepare for new refrigerant.

Pipe Works Services Inc., will connect to existing electrical services, provided the gauge of the existing wire is sufficient for the new installation, otherwise additional charges will apply.

HVAC Install 
ipe Works Services Inc., will remove and recycle your old equipment, and install the following:

70,000 BTU EL280 Lennox 2-Stage Furnace
3 Ton 14ACX Lennox Condensing Unit
Lennox CX34 Coil
Lennox ComfortSense 5500 Thermostat
New Electrical Whip and Disconnect
Condenser pad

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HVAC Install in Chatham, New Jersey

Pipe Works Services Inc., replaced the lineset if accessible, otherwise will chemically flush lineset to prepare for new refrigerant.

We removed the Aprilaire Steam Humidifier to install the new evaporator Coil, then reinstalled the unit after the completion of the installation of the Coil.

We then connected to existing electrical services.

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Dr. Energy in Chatham Township, NJ

Pipe Works Services Inc. will cut off and remove sections of the drywall (sheet rock) on the top section of the buffered wall where it adjoins the garage ceiling.

Pipe Works Services Inc. will install SilverGlo rigid foam board between the studs and joists as a blocking to separate the basement ceiling from the garage ceiling in preparation for dense packing the remaining six to seven feet of the garage ceiling. We will also air seal around the SilverGlo or all accessible openings to separate the both ceilings.
We will drill 2-9/16" holes between the joist of the remaining six to seven feet garage ceiling nearest the basement and dense pack our TruSoft cellulose insulation between the joists through the drilled holes, filling the cavities between these joists.

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HVAC Installation in Chatham, NJ

Installation and wiring of the following: Wired furnace. 2. Installed duplex outlet for pump and air cleaner. 3. Installed transformer.

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HVAC Repair in Chatham, NJ

HVAC Installed Returning to finish installing a proper trap on the condensate, need to install a test port on the venting and we need to test the combustion.

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Control Board Installed in Chatham, NJ

Our technician was dispatched for HVAC Service to install a control board for a customer in Chatham, NJ.

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Perma-Lining Sewer Line in Chatham, NJ

Pipe Works Services Inc. will excavated a trench approximately six feet deep and thirty feet from the front of the house towards the curb. We then cut a two to three-feet section of the main sewer line and hydro scour and cleaned the line in both directions. Our technicians then lined the entire main sewer line, from the house all the way to the street, approximately fifty feet in total.

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Adjusted Water Pressure and Fill Valve, Chatham, New Jersey

Our Technician adjusted water pressure to 20 psi. Installers never adjusted fill valve so the boiler locked out on P7. Matt re-secured the drain hose into the pipe hose and moved the pipe due to pressure. Attached and cycled confirmed operation.

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New Shower Cartridge in Chatham, NJ

A customer in Chatham, NJ who we serviced in the the past called into Pipe Works Services in need of a faucet repair. There were two low pressure faucets in the kitchen and one of them was leaking. Pipe Works Services dispatched our plumbing technician, Pedro and he diagnosed that the kitchen faucet head had dirt in it. Pedro cleaned it and its was working. Pedro also took out the cartridge to directly match it for a replacement and did so successfully. now water is not leaking and the faucet is running more efficiently.

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