A new customer in West Orange called Pipe Works services with a problem that underneath her sink, a leak was occurring. Our plumbing technician Mario discovered the strainer was leaking and needed rejuvenation of seals.
A new customer who found us online was looking to add a tankless water heater to his home in West Orange, NJ. Pipe Works Services technican Pedro was just the guy for the job and so we removed the old 40 gallon water heater and installed a new Rinnai Tankless Water Heater in West Orange, NJ.
A new customer in West Orange, NJ reached out to Pipe Works Services about having their Lennox unit condenser not working. Our esteemed air conditioning technician Zach noticed the condenser coil was very dirty and should be cleaned. Zach provided the customer with a chemical coil cleaning.
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Pipe Works Services, Inc., has been in business over 14 years and has also recently become an authorized dealer of the nationally renowned Dr. Energy Saver network. We specialize in helping homeowners understand and fix issues relating to energy loss, HVAC systems and plumbing!
At Pipe Works Services, Inc. we are proud to serve our area because we put customer service above all else. Our trained technicians use only high quality materials from the best manufacturers around, ensuring quality, long lasting results for your home. We want to help find the solution that will work best for you!
We know that plumbing isn't something that most people think about until something goes wrong. When pipes freeze, crack, or begin to leak, then we are the contractor for you! No job is too big or too small and we can provide reliable, quality repairs and replacements so that the job is done right the first time. Our team of plumber technicians are ready for your call to fix your plumbing problems.
A common problem with water that comes into your home or business is that it is "hard" water, making your water heaters work harder than they need to. This compromises the ability of the heaters to clean your dishes and clothes the right way, leaving the chance for bacteria in water to cause illness. Trust the experts at Pipe Works Services, Inc. to provide water conditioning and water treatments that will ensure that your water is clean, safe, and healthy.
Pipe Works Services, Inc. is the area'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!
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!
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 you 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 service by the friendly professionals at Pipe Works Services, Inc.!
If your home is unusually warm in the summer or cool in the winter, odds are you in need of better insulation. At Pipe Works Services, Inc., we offer a wide variety of home insulation services ranging from air sealing, attic insulation, blown-in insulation, cellulose insulation, spray foam insulation, crawl space insulation, basement insulation, and even garage insulation. We understand that using the proper insulation in the right part of your home is extremely important, and will yield the greatest results. When homeowners use our patented home insulation solutions, they not only noticed an improvement in the comfort of their home, but a reduction in energy costs. If your home is in need of proper insulation, contact us today for a FREE insulation quote!
Get your no-obligation services estimate in Essex, New Jersey, you'll also receive a free copy of "Saving Energy and Money at Home," a great book to use as you begin to create a more comfortable, healthy, and energy efficient home!
PipeWorks Services received a call from a frequent customer in South Orange about a problem with her air conditioning. It wasn't working properly at all! We sent out our professionals to assess the situation.
Our technician, Zach, arrived to home to perform a PipeWorks services cooling inspection that is included in our service membership. Zach discovered that the first floor system fan motor was not working. Zach proceeded with providing options to repair. However, the customer applied for financing and decided to just replace the system completely.
Now this happy customer is enjoying her new air conditioning unit in here comfy home.
A new customer in Fairfield, NJ called and said her toilet was clogged. Luckily Pipe Works Services was the right company for the job. Our technican was dispatched the same day and we proceed to do the drain cleaning. after just a brief time, we were able to unclog it and restored the fixture to proper work flow. Another happy customer that was serviced with Pipe Works Services!
A frequent customer of Pipe Works Services wanted a technician to visit their home to look at their boiler. There were a few problems, including a leak near the return and the old drain needed replacing.
Pipe Works Technician Zach was able to install a new gauge glass assembly. He fixed the leaking pipe near the return and installed 2 new boiler drains. Zach also replaced the thermocouple and cleaned the burners. With all this work finished, Zach left the boiler operating normally and it is now ready for fall and winter!
Pipe Works Services received a call from a long time customer located in Maplewood, NJ about their Kohler generator maintenance . Our technician Jimmy was dispatched and examined the generator. Jimmy performed a full generator maintenance. He replaced the spark plugs, installed new filters and performed a full oil change. Jimmy also replaced the battery . Jimmy programmed the control and left operating normally. Now this customer is ready for any severe weather that might knock out power!
Customer in Montclair, New Jersey having a problem with pipes freezing in basement bathroom. We opened the basement bathroom walls to expose water lines Spray foam the walls and areas around the piping with 2 inches of closed cell spray foam to air seal and insulate all exposed water lines. Opened kitchen over hang from the outside of the home. Spray foamed the underside of the kitchen over hang to air seal and insulate the piping with 2 inches of Closed Cell Spray Foam.
Pipe Works Services Inc excavated approximately 10.0 feet deep and exposed the 4 inch Main sewer Cast Iron and clay sewer pipe. We then cut open the Main sewer line and Hydro-Jet the entire sewer line. We will Hydro-Jet the entire line and re camera to ensure proper flow and drainage. We then installed a 2 way clean out for future access and used the Picote machine to finely hone the inside of the sewer pipe and prepare the pipe for the permanent-Liner.
Pipe Works Services, Inc. will drill 2-9/16" holes between the joist of the garage ceiling. Pipe Works Services Inc. will dense pack our TruSoft Cellulose Insulation though the drilled holes, filling the cavities between the joists. Pipe Works Services Inc. will plug the holes and seal with joint compound.
Our technician was called out to a home in NUtley, New Jersey to perform an HVAC Install.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will install the following equipment in the master bedroom on the second floor:
MUY-GL9NA / MSY-GL09NA
Pipe Works Services Inc. will connect to existing electrical services, provided the gauge of the existing wire is sufficient for the new installation.
HVAC Installation in South Orange, New Jersey
Pipe Works Services Inc. will remove and recycle your old equipment, and install the following:
MUY-GL15NA / MSY-GL15NA
Pipe Works Services Inc. will connect to existing electrical services, provided the gauge of the existing wire is sufficient for the new installation,
HVAC Installation in Short Hills, New Jersey
Pipe Works Services, Inc will remove the coil and install the following:
Lennox CH33 Coil
Purge and flush all coolant lines
Recharge and calibrate co
If additional work required at point of install, customer will approve any changes. An addition price would be added at that time.
1 year warranty on Coil only
Pipe Works Services, Inc will chemically clean your Condenser
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.
Upgrade porch ceiling/cantilever floor by removing gutter and fascia board filling cavity above exposed area with dense-packed TruSoft cellulose insulation then reinstalling fascia and gutter. Some touch up paint may be needed and is not included.
Upgrade 2'' x 4'' wall insulation with inserted dense-packed TruSoft cellulose insulation by. removing individual shingles and drilling sub-wall, dense packing each bay with TrueSoft cellulose plugging all holes then reinstalling the shingles. All nail holes will be caulked.
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
Pipe Works Services will supply and install Closed cell spray foam on the underside of the roof and end walls in the third floor walk up attic that is being converted into finished space. We will install approximately 3" closed cell foam on the under side of the roof including the space behind the knee wall.
Upgrade crawlspace by applying approximately 2" closed cell spray foam over exterior walls of crawl space and rim joist including thermal barrier paint. Install drainage matting over dirt floor followed by TerraBlock foam mat floor insulation and covered with 20 mil. thick CleanSpace liner. Supply and install one Everlast crawl space door including all necessary framing. Supply and install one Crawl-O-Sphere crawl space air exchange unit in the crawl space. The unit will be mounted to the ceiling in the crawl space and draw air by a duct from the conditioned space of the basement into the crawl space. An accessible electrical outlet is required in the crawl space. We will install ice shield around the door where water drips down from the porch door into the crawl space to prevent water from leaking into the crawl space.
Supply and install approximately 2" Lapolla Foam-Loc 2000 4G closed cell spray foam with an R value of 6.8 per inch to the front wall and two side walls and the back Sheetrock wall adjacent to the warehouse designated as office space at 61 East Willow Street in Millburn. No Thermal barrier paint is required as the walls will be covered with Sheetrock by the general contractor at no cost to Pipe Works Services.
Supply and install approximately 2" Lapolla Foam-Loc 2000 4G closed cell spray foam with an R value of 6.8 per inch to the ceiling of the space designated as office space at the front of the building.
Reduce heat loss and infiltration of cold air by sealing and insulating the Rim Joist area with approximately 2" closed-cell polyurethane spray foam insulation. Foam applied to all exterior rim joist and the rim joist separating the garage from the crawl space.
-CleanSpace Crawl encapsulation with 2'' Silverglo bolted and air sealed to side walls, drainage matting 1" TerraBlock foam matting over floor sealed off with 20 mil. CleanSpace vapor barrier over entire floor and up wall approximately 6"
Remove and dispose of existing mineral wool insulation currently installed between rafters of roof deck 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. All existing ventilation will be closed off with foam board and covered with foam, All occupants including pets must remain out of the home during the foam installation and for approximately 24 hours afterward.
Remove shelving unit in closet.
Remove approximately 3x3 section of Sheetrock ceiling.
Apply approximately 2" closed cell spray foam to area where plumbing lines run to help prevent from freezing.
Patch in hole with a combination of sheetrock and and access panel to close up the access point.
Reinstall existing shelving unit.
Main Crawl Space: “Includes the entire space off the utility room”
-Clean up and dispose of loose debris through the crawlspace.
-Install dimpled drainage matting through the entire crawlspace over the floor.
-Install 1 layer of Terra block foam board over the entire floor of the crawlspace.
-Install 20 mil plastic heavy duty vapor barrier on the floor encapsulating al the floor.
-Supply and Install 2 inch silver glo foam board insulation on all the crawlspace exterior walls to insulate the crawlspace.
-Spray foam all exposed exterior rim joist with 2 inch closed cell spray foam.
Pipe Works Services will cover and protect all areas where work is being performed.
Pipe Works Services, Inc. will test the moisture content of the underside of the roof, the gable walls and the between the sudds of the framed out wall. Please note that a minimum of 19% is required for the foam to adhere to the surface.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will remove the existing foam board between the joist of the underside of the roof and between the studs of the gable walls, and dispose of in the cutomer’s Dumpster.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will install approximately 3” of high density closed cell foam insulation between the joist of the underside of the roof, and approximately 2” between the studs of the gable walls and the the framed out wall.
Remove multiple courses of brick from underneath the sun porch to gain entry to crawl space.
* This unknown condition under the porch will be explored and if we find any challenges in insulating it we will discuss with the customer before any additional work is needed.
- Remove any old insulation from the underside of the porch flooring, bag and dispose of.
-* If the underside of the porch is open we will Spray Foam Insulate from under the porch flooring including the full rim joist.
-* If the underside of the Porch is enclosed we will encapsulate it as per the following:
- Install dimpled drainage matting to floor of crawl space.
- Install Terrablock insulation on top of matting as a vapor barrier.
- Install Clean Space 10 Mil liner to entire crawlspace and seal all seams.
- Install 3” of Lapolla Closed Cell Spray Foam around the entire rim joist/sill plate of the crawl space. * customer understands that with a signed agreement, Pipe Works Services, Inc. will visit the site previous to the scheduled project to remove the brick work and inspect the crawl space throughly to ensure no hidden issues are observed as a final inspection and if there any all work will be signed off on and approved by the Customer before the project is started.
Pipe Works Services, Inc. will drill 2-9/16" holes between the joist of the garage ceiling.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will dense pack our TruSoft Cellulose Insulation though the drilled holes, filling the cavities between the joists.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will plug the holes and seal with joint compound.
Remove 1 row of cedar siding from the front and right side of the home on the first, second and third floors.
-Drill a 2 1/2 inch hole in each bay to access the stud cavity.
-Dense pack each cavity with Tru Soft Cellulose Insulation.
-Plug all holes created with Pine wood plugs.
-Re-Install all siding removed. Wood putty and caulking included.
Dense pack between garage ceiling and the sun room floor.
-Drill holes between wood framing and the floor from outside the sun room and dense pack with TruSoft cellulose insulation in each floor "bay". Starting from the house and working out to the edge of the sun room. Each bay is approximately, 8" thick.
-Remove the piping from the old radiator and investigate if it is possible to remove from under garage. If so, we will fill the hole from below with cement and rough plug the hole above with pine.
Insulate the two sections under the dining room and kitchen that protrude beyond the house foot print
-Open the two areas outside under the Dining room and Kitchen to access the space and how it is framed. Depending on the framing and if it is closed with Plywood we will:
-Drill 2 1/2 ' Holes and dense pack each bay with Trusoft Cellulose.
or if is open framing:
-Spray foam the joists and sill plate (where it meets the house) with 3" of closed cell spay foam.
- Once both areas are fully insulated and air sealed we will re-install the existing siding.
Dense pack the walls of the sun room.
-Drill holes between the walls of the sun room and dense pack with TruSoft cellulose insulation in each wall "bay". Each wall bay is approximately, 3" thick.
Pipe Works Services, Inc. will remove sections of the siding and drill 2-9/16” holes between the studs of the exterior walls.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will dense pack our TruSoft Cellulose Insulation between the cavities of the studs through the drilled holes of the exterior walls.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will plug the holes and seal airtight.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will re-install the removed sections of the siding.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will remove the plastic sheeting on the entire crawl space floor and any object projecting from the dirt floor. We will remove any covering or batt insulation in the crawl space ceiling and prepare for the installation of spray foam.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will install approximately 3" of high density closed cell foam insulation on the rim joist of the crawl space.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will seal off all the crawl space vents. We will then install approximately 2" of high density closed cell foam insulation on the crawl space walls.
Pipe Works Serives Inc. will install a dimpled plastic drainage matting across the cold dirt crawl space floor to create an airspace and thermal break.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will install TerraBlock foam insulation over the drainage matting and spiked down.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will install the heavy duty CleanSpace crawl Space Encapsulation liner permanently across the crawl space floor, sealed with mechanical fasteners to the walls and spiked to the floor. The CleanSpace liner features Ultrafresh anti-microbial ingredients in the product.
Results - much lower humidity - much warmer floor above - less drafts - more comfortable home.
Pipe Works Services, Inc. will install approximately 3” of high density closed cell foam insulation on the rim joist and sill plate on the front and driveway-side walls in the basement.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will densepack our TruSoft Cellulose Insulation between the cavities of the studs on the exterior walls of the kitchen.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will install approximately 2” of high density closed cell foam insulation between the studs between the cabinets.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will enter the crawl space in the attic through the access opening. If that opening is too small, we will have to widen it to gain access.
Pipe Works Services Inc. will air seal any accessible opening directly above the kitchen cabinet.
Crawl Space encapsulation under the powder room in the back of the home and under the sunroom
Pipe Works Services, Inc. will apply CleanSpace under matting on the entire crawlspace floor as a vapor barrier. Then we will Permanently apply the CleanSpace encapsulation liner to the floor and approximately 12 inches up each wall.
Pipe Works Services, Inc. will seal any and all vents or gaps to the outside with our insulated SilverGlo foam blocks and air sealed with expanding foam. The open cavities at the top of the walls are sealed. Then the walls are insulated with SilverGlo Foam insulation boards across the entire walls around the outside of the crawlspace with all seams and edges air sealed with expanding foam.
The window/vent to the crawlspace under the sunroom will be sealed off from inside the crawlspace.
Our technicians Washington and Shakil ran gas piping and connected to existing feed. They performed a pressure test on gas line left gauge on 15psi. They then cemented around flue pipe for the boiler. Washington added gas valves and union to gas line coming out of meter. A thermostat was installed and wire from basement to 1st floor hallway where thermostat is going to be. They went over locations of radiators and piping.
Our technician arrived on site to repair a broken storm drain going towards the dry well on the back left side of the property. He camera inspected the line and located the existing storm line. He then exposed the existing 4 inch schedule 35 pipe once exposed. The technician also found a broken section of pipe where massive amounts of tree roots penetrated the pipe. We then removed approximately 2 feet of broken schedule 35 pipe then the hydro jetted upstream and downstream of the storm line. We then re-camera the line to insured proper flow and then installed schedule 35 piping with one couplings on each side. Next we then back filled with existing spoils and tested to be sure all is working properly.
Our technician arrived onsite for a jammed garbage disposal. After attempting to un-jam it, we gave options to replace. We removed the existing disposal and installed a new switch operated Insinkerator disposal. We then connected it to the waste system and tested for proper operation and leaks.
Our HVAC technician went to a customers home to perform a cooling PSA. He replaced customer supplied filters, HEPA filters, inspected condensate line, inspected refrigeration levels and tested for proper system function. The system 2 Second Floor required him to replace a customer supplied filters, HEPA filters, and he inspected condensate line, inspected refrigeration levels and tested for proper system function.
Our technician returned to perform some repair work. The water company stated hey had issues shutting off the main at curb, but upon arrival we found the water was off to home. He removed the old gate valve along with old PRV. The tech used all necessary pipe and fittings to re-pipe the water main set up. He then installed a new full port ball valve before meter, re-piped water meter, and installed new PRV. He also installed new water shut off after PRV. With water off drained water heater removed old failed expansion tank as well as old relief valve. The tech found the relief valve fully clogged with sediment and build up due to hard water. Again advised and reiterated benefits a softener would have on this home.
Customer state that her sump pump has failed , upon arrival the tech found strong stagnant smell concentrated in sump pump pit. Water was very oily due to failed pump. The tech provided options and replaced sump pump by installing a new sump pump along with new check valve tested for proper function.
Our technician performed cooling psa, He found the condenser coil packed with debris. He discussed cleaning with customer and she agreed to proceed. He removed panels and performed condenser coil cleaning. Then he rinsed the coil and put panels back on. The technician advised the customer to have the plants cut back from around the condenser and the mulch not covering the condenser.
Our technician looked at multiple plumbing issues in the customer's master bathroom. The 1st one was the sink on the left is draining slow. 2nd one is the sink on the right has a handle that is hard to turn. 3rd item is the shower drain is very slow. He checked the right side sink and found both handles turning very easily. He showed the customer and she was surprised. The tech advised her to keep an eye on it and to let us know if it happens again. He looked at slow drain on the other sink and the shower. The tech removed the grid for linear drain in shower and snaked with small handheld machine. The technician removed hair and soap from the drain and also removed hair from the grid. He Ran shower to test operation of drain, tested functional.
Our technician arrived onsite for a leaking valve at a customer's home. He found the basement bathroom toilet shutoff leaking. The technician looked at the main water shut off and found the gate valves that would not turn. He advised the customer that they need to be replaced and left several estimates to replace all necessary valves, fittings and piping.
Our technician went to a customer's house who is having issues with the upstairs air conditioning system. She stated it was not cooling properly. Upon arrival the Pipe Works Services tech inspected the unit. The tech also found the air filter dirty and in need of replacement. Also after inspection of outdoor unit testing temperatures and pressures to determine refrigerant levels he found the system to have a line set restrictions at the indoor metering device. The entire AC system is from 2004 and he advised the customer on repair options including cost of refrigerant which could be up to 7lbs. Also evacuating the system, replacing metering device, and then putting system in a vacuum to extract all moisture and non condensables after repairs are made. Once all that is done system can be charged with new r22 refrigerant. Advised this is not cost effective dude to system already at life expectancy.
Our technician went to a home where the customer stated his AC was not working. The tech found an extremely plugged filter causing the airflow restrictions and system was not able to cool. He also found the outdoor condenser coil extremely plugged up not extracting heat properly. The tech advised the customer to replace the filter. He also performed condenser coil cleaning as well. The system had a temperature drop across the evaporator coil of 15 degrees and pressures within proper specs indicating proper charge.
Our electrician arrived to the job to trouble shoot an electrical outage in the basement of a customer's home. He found no issue with electrical panel and checked for a bad connection in local outlets and switches, he found a broken neutral wire. They traced the wiring to the finished ceiling and could not identify where it went from there. The technician presented an option to the customer to refeed the circuit from existing wiring in the boiler room. The electrician ran wiring from the ceiling box to light location by boiler to restore power.
Our electrician arrived to diagnose the possible gas leak on the generator. He met and spoke with Mary about the issue. She said there is a random smell of gas in the side yard and walkway near the generator. He asked if she remembered smelling this after the generator had run and she was unsure and I told her the gas smell is also caused by the exhaust from the engine. He told her he would check for leaks in the gas line as well as internally in the generator. He tested the hard pipe and found a flexible trac pipe gas connection under the deck which he also tested. The electrician tested the internal fuel valve and regulator, fuel tap block and hose. He also found no leaks and didn’t detect any gas odors. He checked the inside gas piping and there were no complaint of gas smell in the home. He did notice the generator was hard to start initially. It sputtered for approximately 10 seconds before it made full, constant speed. This is a sign of a failing fuel regulator diaphragm which is getting hard with age. This could possibly add to the smell after the generator was running.
Our installation technicians arrived at the customer's home to install a Crown steam boiler. They replaced the damaged return line in the wall and added a new main return vent. The new boiler was adapted to the existing steam headers and gas line. The techs also finished the piping in the water feed for the boiler, tested out auto feeder. and replaced outdoor hose bib while adding a new shut off.
The electrician connected the electric and stat wiring to boiler, as well as installing a new emergency service switch for an Ecobee thermostat. The technician gave the customer a walk through and explaining how to operate the new thermostat. The system was tested and is currently functioning properly.
Our technicians were called out to a home in Short Hills, NJ because the ducts fell out of the ceiling in the basement. Upon inspection they discovered that they ducts were installed with nails instead of screws. Over time the nails come loose causing the ducts to crash on the floor. Our techs replaced the duct work that had fallen off and ran new duct work connected back to existing runs. They sealed up new duct work with mastic and the system was then tested and is operating normally.
We sent a technician out to a home in Maplewood, New Jersey to perform an HVAC diagnostic. Upon arrival the technician found the boiler needed a major flush out add cleaning. He vented both radiators in master bedroom to allow steam to pass threw. He also found an addition in the master was not insulated under the floor and recommended insulating under the crawl space to prevent freezing pipes.
We were called out to a home because the home owner was experiencing a sewer smell in the basement. The technician went out to the home and diagnosed the smell as a result of a cracked main sewer line that also needed to be hydro jetted. The technicians removed the cast iron 3 in pipe and 4 in pipe as well. Additionally they removed more contaminated soil underneath where the pipe was installed. They Re-piped using pvc and tested the drainage. The technicians Hydro jetted the original cast iron from the excavated hole out to the city main. The tech applied limestone and back-filled with blue stone. Lastly they cemented the excavated area and returned to reinstall the sink, washer, and dryer. They pumped out the other sump pump pit of contaminated water and poured a gallon of pine-sol in it.
We received a call from a local gym and they were experiencing plumbing problems in the men's shower. When our technician arrived on site he began by shutting the water off to the building in order to work on the men’s shower valve. The customer stated that the shower valve will continuously turn and the water pressure was not that good. The tech replaced the cartridge and the gaskets inside the men’s shower stall. Then after testing for proper operation everything was working fine. The tech then replaced the shower stem handle that switches from the shower-head to the hand held shower and the stem was all corroded due to hard water. He replaced the stem and tested and it was working properly, he also noted the customer has heavy amounts of calcification and recommend to install a water softener which will remove the calcium that is causing the fixtures to fail.
We received a call recently from a local customer in Montclair, NJ who needed a gas line from the existing gas meter to the proposed location of a pool heater. The techs tapped into manifold and ran tack pipe through the basement and out to where the trench is going to begin. They left the track pipe under a pressure test for the inspection. Our technicians excavated a trench at the back of the home in an "L" shape, from the deck area, to the proposed location of the pool heater. The techs installed a new gas line from the gas meter in the home, laid in the trench on the outside, to the proposed location of the pool heater. They pressurized the newly installed gas line with approximately 15psi of air to test. The technician cleaned up after completing the job and gave the customer a brief description of the work he had competed.
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33 River Rd
Chatham, NJ 07928
Contractor ID: 13VH001214700, Plumbing License #B10420, HVAC License #19HC00015100, Electrical License #34EB00680800
*A small fee may be charged for estimates for some services. Please contact our office for information.