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Water Heater Replacement in Morristown, NJ

Water Heater Replacement in Morristown, NJ

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Water Heater Replacement in Morristown, NJ Water Heater Replacement in Morristown, NJ

This Morristown customer was worried about a popping water heater. This was caused by hard water. To prevent its failure and resultant leaking, Pipe Works was there to replace with a new Rheem water heater.

Morristown Water Conditioning

Morristown Water Conditioning

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A customer in Morristown was complaining about the quality of their water. It was too hard and didn't taste very good. Their old water softener required adding salt and was past its usefulness. Pipe Works Services replaced the old system with a new no maintenance Halo 5 whole house water conditioner. This creates better tasting, safe to fixtures, salt free conditioned water.

Water Conditioner Install in Morristown, NJ

Water Conditioner Install in Morristown, NJ

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Water Conditioner Install in Morristown, NJ Water Conditioner Install in Morristown, NJ

In our area, hard water is prevalent. The damage this water does to fixtures and appliances is plentiful. To eliminate more potential for damage and in fact, reverse the damage already done, the Halo 5 water conditioner is a customer pleasing option. This salt free, no maintenance conditioner creates great tasting water, on par with bottled water!

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Morristown Plumbing Company

When it comes to plumbing, 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 o 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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Trusted Heating & Air Conditioning Services in Morristown, NJ

Pipe Works Services, Inc. is committed to customer service and is proud to serve our area. We have a certified team of technicians that are ready to help you find the best solution using quality products from the best manufacturers in the business. We want to work with you so that you can have the best results for your home!

Homes that are in a constant battle to stay at a comfortable temperature usually suffer from one or both of two things: poor insulation and just general disrepair. Heating and cooling systems can fall into disrepair if they are not serviced regularly. Don't let your home be caught in a crisis when you really need your heating or cooling system the most and call Pipe Works Services, Inc. today to get an inspection!

Benefits of regular furnace maintenance:

  • Optimal home comfort
  • Reliable performance
  • Better furnace efficiency
  • Extended life
  • Lower repair costs & increased energy savings

Professional Home & Attic Insulation Solutions

Attic Rigid Insulation

Your home's energy efficiency is often linked to how well your home is insulated. Air can leak through cracks and gaps in your house's floors and ceilings, causing your heating and cooling systems to work more than they need to in order to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. By insulating your attic and crawl space, you can easily cut down on energy costs. 

When air leaks from an attic in the winter time, it forces the crawl space to take in cold air from the outside in order to replace the air that was lost. The cold air then gets circulated through the house, causing your home's HVAC system to work overtime. Our SuperAttic insulation system uses both spray foam and SilverGlo rigid insulation to seal up cracks and gaps so that you can maintain the temperature you want. 

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Custom Home Energy Audits

Want to find out more about how you can make your home more energy-efficient? We offer expert energy audits from our technicians who can walk you through all your options. You can improve the indoor air quality of your home to make it a healthier, more comfortable place, and our energy audits can help us figure out what the best solution for your home would be. 

Pipe Works Services, Inc. is proud to serve our area and we pride ourselves on our customer service. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff and certified technicians are ready to help you find a solution for all your insulation, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical needs. Call us today for a free estimate!

Interior Wiring, Exterior Electricity, & More

Pipe Works Services, Inc. has been Morristown, New Jersey's expert electrician since 2000, providing both interior and exterior electric services, complete home addition wiring, emergency electricity repair, and more. To see if your electricity is as energy-efficient as possible, click below or call 1-844-884-5409 to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate today!

Our electrical services include:

  • Electrical repair, maintenance, & troubleshooting
  • Interior & exterior electricity
  • 24/7 electrical repair
  • Wiring for home additions, attic conversions, etc.
  • And more!
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A customer from Morristown, New Jersey called us out to see what was blocking their sewer. They noticed a big difference when flushing the toilet.
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Job Stories From Morristown, NJ
Shut Off Valve Replacement

A customer called in stating the shut-off valves under the kitchen sink need to be replaced. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who granted access to the kitchen sink. The customer stated he wanted pricing to replace the shut-off valve for the dishwasher. The technician visually inspected the area and provided an estimate to replace the shut-off valve. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician began by attempting to shut the water off but the valve did not close completely. The technician tightened the gate valve as much as he could but there were still drops of water coming from the valve. The technician then cut the old valve off and installed a new valve. He then restored the water in order to test his work for leaks, none were found. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy to have the valve replaced so there would be no more dripping.

 

 

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Clear Stoppage in the Main

A customer called in stating they had a pipe leaking in the basement. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer who provided him access to the basement. The technician found the slop sink was full of water and the 2" vent line on the right side of the slop sink was leaking water out of a small hole under the hub where the line enters the concrete floor. These issues were an indication that there was a stoppage somewhere between the 2" branch line and the 4" horizontal stack under the concrete basement floor. The technician presented the customer with options and the customer decided to proceed. The technician began by pumping the water out of the slop sink so that he could remove the fernco coupling before the 2" stack. He then ran the Spartan 100 sewer machine in an attempt to clear the stoppage. The technician was able to clear the stoppage. He then ran the water in the slop sink to ensure it was draining properly and not leaking anywhere. The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer who was happy that everything was flowing properly and no longer backing up.

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Partial Toilet Rebuild

A customer called in stating the toilets were making a loud noise. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer and assessed the issue with the toilets. The technician found the fill valves were making noise. The technician presented options for repairs and the customer decided to proceed with the partial rebuild of the toilets. The technician shut down the water to the toilets and removed the existing flappers and fill valves. He then installed the new flappers and fill valves into the toilets. Once work was complete the technician turned the water back on and tested his work by flushing the toilets. The noise the customer was hearing was gone. The technician cleaned up the work area and went over his work with the customer. The customer was happy that the toilets now flushed without any sound. 

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Install Customer Supplied Faucet

Customer called in stating he had a leaking sink faucet in the upstairs bathroom and he was looking to have it replaced with one he purchased. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer regarding the issues he was having with the faucet. The customer showed the technician the faucet he had purchased and let the technician know he wanted it installed. The technician presented an estimate to replace the faucet and the customer accepted. The technician shut the water to the home and drained down the line. He then removed the existing supply valves under the sink, the pop up strainer, supply lines and faucet. The technician installed customer supplied faucet and pop up strainer as well as new 1/4 turn supply valves, braided supply hoses and extension hoses. The technician then turned the water back on to test his work for leaks. He ran the faucet and no leaks were found. The technician did a complimentary water test to check the hardness of the water which gave a reading of 50 gpg. When the technician showed his findings to the customer, the customer took him to the basement to look at his whole house filtration system. The technician visually inspected the system and asked the customer when the cartridge in the filter was last changed and the customer let him know it had been 10 years. The technician presented the customer with an estimate to install a new whole house filter cartridge. The customer decided to proceed with this work. At this point the technician removed the existing cartridge which was brown and in dire need of replacement. He flushed out and cleaned the filter housing and installed the new filter. The technician cleaned up the areas where he was working and went over all work with customer. Everything was left working and the customer was happy with the technician's work.

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Leak Detection and Toilet Reset

Customer called in stating that they have a toilet that has a slow leak and is leaking onto the ceiling below. Upon arrival, the technician checked in with the customer. The customer showed the technician a spot on the ceiling directly above the front door that was very yellow and soft and showing signs of water stains. The customer showed the technician to the second floor master bathroom, which was located directly above the area in question. The technician flushed the toilet and checked below but no visible leak was occurring. The technician ran the shower directly next to the toilet and checked below but again no visible leak occurred. The technician presented the customer with options to break open a portion of the ceiling to expose plumbing above in an attempt to locate the source of the leak. Customer decided to proceed with work. The technician broke open the affected area and exposed the toilet closet bend. The customer flushed the toilet above while the technician watched in the area that was opened up and water began leaking down from around exterior of closet bend at the floor boards. At this point he ran the shower and the bathroom sink to test for leaks but none were found coming from the shower or sink. The technician presented the customer with an option to pull and reset the toilet with new wax ring gasket and johnny bolts. The customer decided to proceed. The technician pulled the toilet and cleared the flange. He then installed a new was gasket and johnny bolts. The technician then reset the toilet and tested for leaks. No additional leaks were found. The technician then caulked around the base of the toilet. The work area was cleaned up and the technician went over the work with the customer. The customer was happy that the leak was located and fixed.

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Furnace Burner Service

Customer called in stating that their Lennox furnace would not come on. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer regarding the issues they were having. The customer told the technician that the thermostat would display "waiting" for extended periods of time and the furnace would not run at all. The technician inspected the furnace and found it to be a Signature Series Lennox 2 stage system. The technician was able to put the control board through a fault recall sequence which produces the most recent error codes that the furnace was displaying. All the error codes that had been displayed were E240 which is low flame signal. Based on this error code, the technician removed the wiring for the flame sensing rod and tested for milliamps. The flame sensing rod is hardly producing any milliamps despite the flame running. The technician noted the furnace is from 2017 and has not had proper maintenance done. At this time, the technician recommended to have a full burner service completed. The technician presented customer with an estimate for the full burner service including a combustion analysis. The customer agreed to the work. The technician removed and cleaned the flame sensing rod and ordered materials to return to complete burner service. The technician returned with materials and disassembled the burner compartment and exposed the gas tubes. He cleaned the gas tubes and checked for any obstructions. He then removed and disposed of the existing flame sensing rod and ignitor element and replaced with Lennox OEM parts. He then adapted everything to the existing burner assembly and wiring. The technician then turned the power back on to the furnace and allowed the unit to run. He then performed a complete combustion analysis on the furnace. He found the furnace to be running within normal parameters.  The technician then cleaned up the work area and went over everything with the customer. The furnace was left operating properly and the customer was happy that the heat was restored. 

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Electrical Outlet Replacement

Customer called in stating that they have a couple of light switches that need to be replaced. Upon arrival, the technician spoke to the customer and visually assessed the light switches in the bathroom that the customer called about. It appeared that the customer had tried to replace the broken switch unsuccessfully. The switch had already been removed so the technician was able to check the wiring. He found there were 2 switches connected, one for the vent fan and the other for the heater/fan. The technician then wired the customer supplied switch. He then ran and tested the load for the heater and everything was working properly. The technician went over his work with the customer. the customer was happy with his work and glad he was able to use the switch again.

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Kitchen Sink Stoppage

Customer called in stating her kitchen sink was clogged. The technician arrived on site and discussed issue with customer. The technician then visually inspected the kitchen sink and surrounding area and found the existing dishwasher tailpiece to be rotted. An estimate was created and presented to the customer to remove the drain trap and attempt to clear the stoppage as well as replacing the dishwasher tail piece. The customer decided to proceed with the work. The technician removed the trap and ran the electric snake about 15'. He then reconnected the trap and installed the new dishwasher tailpiece. the sink was then filled about 3/4 of the way, the tech then removed the stopper and allowed the sink to drain. The water was flowing through the drain and the stoppage was cleared. The technician then went over his work with the customer who was very happy to have use of her kitchen sink again.

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Shower Body Replacement

Customer called in stating they have low water pressure on the second floor of the home. The technician arrive and gained access to the second floor bathroom. The customer stated that there was no water pressure in the bathroom. The technician visually inspected the shower and determined that the cartridge in the shower body would need to be replaced. Estimates were presented to customer and the customer decided to proceed with replacing the shower cartridge. The water to the home was shut off. The technician removed the shower body cartridge and cleaned the inside of the brass body. The technician then installed the new cartridge and restored the water to the home. The technician tested the work by running the water to ensure the pressure in the shower had been restored. The technician then brought the homeowner in to go over the work done. The customer was happy with the work and glad that the water pressure had been restored in his shower.

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New Boiler Install

A customer called in stating that her boiler was not working. The technician arrived to diagnose the issue with the boiler. At first the technician believed the issue to be related to the thermostat. The technician checked the thermostat and found the batteries to be dead. Batteries were replaced, the thermostat came on and called for heat. Once the unit was running the technician began his inspection of the boiler. The technician found severe rot near the burners and within the heat exchanger. The exhaust pipe to the chimney was also found to be very rotted. The technician also found the boiler roll out switch to be tripped. This happens when the flame rolls out of the front of the boiler. Technician noticed burn marks on the front of the boiler which proves flame roll out occurred. Technician spoke to the home owner and let them know the unit would have to be shut down for safety reasons.  A specialist was dispatched to the property to provide an estimate to replace the boiler. The customer accepted the estimate to replace the boiler. The install team returned a few days later with the new steam boiler. The installers disconnected the old boiler and removed it. They then leveled and set the new unit. The installers re-piped supply and return lines, gas, flue and electric. A new backflow, auto feeder and return vent were installed. The install team sealed up all holes and connections. The unit was started up and tested and a combustion analysis was performed to ensure the unit was operating properly.  Installers did a walk through with the customer and showed them how everything worked. Customer was happy that heating was restored.

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Lennox Furnace Installation in Morristown, NJ

Our technicians were scheduled to go out to a home in Morristown, New Jersey to install a new Lennox gas furnace. The installation technicians reattached the system to an existing coil and removed the old unit. They made a transition to the supply duct and re-piped the gas, flue, and low voltage wire. The techs sealed all of the holes and connections.

The customer asked if we could put metal tape on all corners of old coil case, so we also applied the tape. The technicians started unit, and everything was working properly. After passing the diagnostic tests they gave the customer a walk through and instructed them on issues like maintenance and operating the digital thermostat. 

The customers were very please with the work we performed and service the technicians provided. They also provided us with a great online review explaining their experience working with Pipe Works Services.

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Cast Iron Sewer Line Hydro-Jet in Morristown, NJ
Our technicians excavated approximately 2.5 feet deep and exposed the 4 inch Main sewer Cast Iron pipe. They used a jackhammer around the existing building track and once they exposed the pipe they cut out the building trap and removed the vent. They cut open the Main sewer line and Hydro-Jet the entire sewer line to clean out grease and debris and perfomed another camera inspection to ensure proper flow and drainage. The tech also recorded before and after and install a 2 way clean out for future access. If the rest of the line is in good condition they will then hard pipe with schedule PVC and install a cleanout for access for the sewer line.
 
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Water Temperature Problem in Master Bathroom in Morristown, NJ

Our technician arrived on site and found the tub in master bathroom was getting hot water no matter what handle was turned on. The tech removed the panel to look underneath and found the piping to the mixing valve was done incorrectly. The hot and the cold sides were piped directly to the valve and the mixed side came out and went to both handles.  He cut out piping at the valve and re-routed from the basement up under the tub and properly piped through the mixing valve to the tub filler. He adjusted the temperature so the hot side produced approximately 120° water and the cold side was cold. 

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Lennox Condenser Installation in Morristown, NJ

Pipeworks will provide and install a new 2 Ton Lennox condensing unit and R410a refrigerant. We removed and disposed of the old condenser, braze, pressure test, and removed all moisture from system. Our technician then tested the equipment for proper operation and function. He installed a new Lennox condenser, tested for proper operation and function, system now cooling properly. The technician charged based on manufacture subcooling values and temperature and pressure. 

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Shower Piping replaced in Morristown, NJ

Our technician arrived to a home and shut water off to house and drain down system. He removed shelving needed from closet to access Sheetrock. He measured and cut opening in sheet rock to access plumbing inside wall. He remove all trim from old valve and cut out existing shower valve. He then severed all hot and cold water piping along with shower head and tub spout piping. Once old valve removed he installed new Moen shower valve the same as in the master bathroom. The technician then rerouted and re-pipe all necessary hot and cold water piping along with shower head and tub spout piping. The tech secured and braced the shower valve inside wall. He turned water on to test all new connections for leaks and proper function. He install all new chrome shower trim along with metal handle and set temperature. He tested for proper function and placed sheetrock back on to the wall along with  the shelving.

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HVAC Diagnostic in Morristown, NJ

Our customer stated his AC unit is not working. After inspection the tech found indoor unit running but nothing working outside. He found the power coming into unit and indoor equipment communicating with condenser. He also found defective capacitor as well as open/broken winding on compressor. Run winding is broken therefore compressor replacement is needed. The outdoor unit has a very dirty condenser coil as well as visual damage to circuit board terminals. He advised the customer due to age unit is ten years old. Repairs are an option but the system is older and a condenser and coil replacement may be more cost effective long term. 

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Kohler Generator Repair in Morristown, NJ

Our electrician arrived to investigate a generator warning signal at a customers home. He found the generator properly set in auto and warning was flashing for maintenance over due.  As per Pablo’s previous visit on 5/10 the generator has low hours and advised customer to push back the service time till the fall. He checked logs, no errors were recorded recently, checked oil level and color, oil was at proper level and of a good color.
Pablo met with the customer and spoke with him about what's going on to make sure he was properly informed and asked if he had any questions.

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Cooling PSA Performed in Morristown, NJ

Our technician performed a cooling PSA, replacing the filter and left other on top of the air handler. He also looked at the hose bibs, both are working properly at this time. Shower drain in good working condition.

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Sewer Dig in Morristown, NJ

Our technicians re-plumbed and made all new necessary connections to ensure proper flow. They also installed a stand pipe for the washing machine that will tie in to the injector pit in the same room. After that is completed Pipe Works will then remove the existing cast-iron sewer line that is going outside towards the back of the house that is connecting to the septic tank. Pipe Works will then install a 6 inch sleeve to the foundation wall and install approximately 15 feet of new schedule 40 PVC pipe being and readapt the existing septic tank out in the backyard.

 

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Generator Inspection in Morristown, NJ

Our technician inspected the indoor condensate drain, inspected air filters, cleaned dehumidifier filter, inspected refrigeration levels, and electrical outdoor components. The system is operating properly. He briefly inspected the generator run time as customer has generator PSA schedule today as well, found generator with only 20 hrs of run time. It will be beneficial to customer to perform generator PSA on fall maintenance and allow generator to run a bit more. 

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Underground Drain in Morristown, NJ

Our technician arrived onsite for an underground drain in the garage not draining properly. Upon further inspection, we found the drain had a cap on it. The technician removed the cap and saw it was more of an emergency overflow drain. It is not connected to any kind of piping system, the opening just goes to a stone bed. He explained this to the customer and informed her of how it is supposed to work. The big problem is due to the age of it, the hinged arm that is supposed to be connected to the cap. Additionally, he discussed different ways to leave the drain with the customer, she opted to leave the cap off the but the grid strainer on so any water that gets into the garage will drain.

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Lennox Cooling PSA in Morristown, NJ

Our technician performed a cooling ps in Morristown and install a new filter for 3rd fl system. 

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Bathroom Insulation in Morristown, NJ

Saw cut a section of the paneling on the rear over hang below the bathroom to expose all plumbing the bathroom above.

-Open up the garage ceiling to expose the plumbing pipes that run from the basement to the bathroom.

-Encapsulate all water and waste lines with 2 inch silver glo and 2 part spray foam.

-Patch the garage ceiling with drywall and 1 coat of joint compound.

-Re-install the wood paneling on the rear over hang. Seal all seams with stainable wood putty.

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Duct Work in Morristown, NJ

Add an addition supply duct and register to both the kitchen and tv room. We will connect to the existing truck line and install a register grill in the floor in the kitchen and tv room to supply additional conditioned air.

We will also install a sanded piece of plywood with rigid silver glo foam board to fit over the fire place opening in the tv room and seal into place with silicone. 

Investigate/repair the post on the front porch 6x6 on the left side of the porch.

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Insulating Crawl Space in Morristown, NJ

Remove and dispose of existing fiberglass insulation from under floor in crawl space. Air seal and insulate crawl space by installing approximately 2" Closed cell spray foam on exterior walls and rim joist of crawl space. Install 1" TerraBlock insulation matting on floor sealed off with Clean Space vapor barrier.

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Insulation of Crawl Space in Morristown, NJ

Remove and dispose of existing fiberglass insulation from under floor in crawl space. Air seal and insulate crawl space by installing approximately 2" Closed cell spray foam on exterior walls and rim joist of crawl space. Install 1" TerraBlock insulation matting on floor sealed off with Clean Space vapor barrier.

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HVAC Installation Being Completed in Morristown, New Jersey

HVAC Installation Morristown, NJ 
Pipe Works Services Inc. will remove and recycle your old equipment, and install the following:

Ton 13ACX Lennox Condensing Unit
Lennox Evaporator Coil
Flush or install new lineset
*New Electrical Whip and Disconnect
*New condensate pump and condenser pad

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HVAC Installation in Morristown, New Jersey

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

70,000 BTU SL280V Lennox Variable Speed, Two-Stage Furnace
2 Ton XC21 Lennox 2-Stage Condensing Unit
Lennox CX34 Coil
Lennox iComfort S30 Smart Thermostat
*New Electrical Whip and Disconnect
*New condensate pump and condenser pad

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HVAC System in Morristown, New Jersey

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

2 Ton First Co. 24WCX12-BB R410A Condensing Unit
Armstrong EC1P30AG Cased Coil
A4TXV01-1 R410A Expansion Value

Install new lineset
New Electrical Whip and Disconnect

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HVAC Installation Crew in Morristown, New Jersey

Pipe Works Services Inc will supply and install a Buderus GB142-45 and re-do piping underneath which is rotted. We will also replace expansion tank on boiler and reconnect to the existing plumbing on the wall. We will run a 1/2 waterline and bypass the water softner as well. Pipe Works Services Inc will run and install new venting for the exhaust, not the intake. We will replace venting from the top of the boiler out to the roof. Pipe Works Services Inc will replace Anode rod on the storage tank. If height is an issue to remove the Anode rod out of the tank and disconnecting tank is necessary, 

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Multiple Faucet and Valve Replacement in Morristown, NJ

Our technician supplied and Installed Chrome basic Hand Held Shower, a Turn Emergency Shut Off Valve, and replaced laundry tub faucet
He also installed a single lever washing machine valve in place of Old boiler drains with 1/2" Copper Ball Valve, 3-FT of 4 inch sewer pipe with PVC exposed & replaced frost free hose bibb with vacuum breaker.

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Shower Faucet Repair in Morristown, NJ

A new customer in Morristown called Pipe Works Services because this customer was having an issue shutting off the shower faucet. They shut the water to the whole house off. Our technician Mario rebuilt the shower faucet located in the second floor bathroom, then restored the main water to the house and tested shower faucet. Mario restored proper function and also tested the water pressure it was at 50 psi. 

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