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NJ Plumbing

New Water Heater

When selecting a new water heater for your home, choose a water heating system that will not only provide enough hot water but also that will do so energy efficiently, saving you money. This includes considering the different types of water heaters available and determining the right size and fuel source for your home.

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DIY or Pro Plumbing

Most homeowners are used to doing a little DIY plumbing from time to time. A clogged drain, a leaky faucet, installing a new shower head – these are fairly easy projects that can be completed in a matter of hours. But sometimes our home’s plumbing requires major work that goes beyond a novice’s skill level.

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Before Buying A New Faucet

Faucet finish is an important design element that once was overlooked. But new technology and the public's widespread appreciation for the overall look in the kitchen and bath have made the faucet an important feature. Any sink in the house becomes another opportunity to introduce a new design element.

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Bathroom Remodeling Guide

An expertly remodeled master bathroom will provide years of pleasure and comfort. But do an amateur job and you’ll be reminded of the fact every day. It’s a tricky space, unfortunately, with lots of moving parts crammed into a tight footprint, not to mention the volumes of water ready to exploit any and all leaks. Setting a budget and planning ahead are two ways to keep your project on track.

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How Tankless Water Heaters Work

So you're tired of running out of hot water in the shower and want to replace that old hot water heater. Well, tankless hot water heaters can be a great solution to your residential hot water needs. They're also referred to as on demand hot water heaters because they don't store hot water, they create it “on demand.”

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Hiring A Master Plumber

With the invention of modern indoor plumbing came the need for qualified plumbers to install and repair the pipes, water lines and fixtures that connect homes and commercial buildings to the main lines. In most states, a plumber needs a license to ensure the safety of clients and the general public. Licenses typically cover several levels, from apprentice to journeyman and then finally, master plumber.

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Radiant In-Floor Heating

You wake up on a cold winter morning, step out of bed, and the first thing you feel beneath your bare feet is a toasty, warm floor. Sound like a dream? With an in-floor radiant heating system, this dream can be your reality.

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How To Choose A Plumbing Company

Selecting the right plumbing company can take the stress and worry out of your repair needs, whether they are large or small. Proper plumbing design is a science. Providing adequate water pressure and keeping various toxins out of your water lines are only two of many concerns a plumber must address when designing a system.

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Pipe Replacement

Nothing lasts forever, including the pipes inside your house. Over the decades, the tubing gradually corrodes, rusts, and decays. Unless you replace plumbing, you’re eventually going to get leaks—and possibly a flood of water or raw sewage into your home that causes thousands of dollars in damage to your building and belongings.

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Saving With Instant Hot Water Systems

Tired of waiting for your kettle to boil? Use an electric instant hot water heater to heat your water, ready for instant use. There are many luxuries which we have access to these days. Do you remember the old days of heating water in a kettle on the stove top? Perhaps you never experienced this, but you will have had experience in using an electric kettle.

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The Real Facts About Tankless Water Heaters

Do you use hot water mostly in the mornings and evenings and frequently run out of hot water in the middle of a shower? With a tankless water heating system you can overcome the shortages of tank water heaters. The tankless water heater never runs out of hot water – you can take 3 hour showers!

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Remodeling During the Holidays?

Are you wrestling with the idea of remodeling for the holidays? There are only a few projects that you should consider. Since the holidays are busy times for both home owner and contractors, there is ample opportunity for delays, miscommunications, parts not showing up as ordered and other stressors. 

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