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A Good Plumber is Worth the "Waite"

Committed to promoting Water Conservation & Green Practices whenever & wherever possible

In an attempt to improve our impact on the environment we utilize a paperless office system, recycle as much of the packaging and used material from our jobs as possible, and attempt to help our customers reduce the amount of water and energy wasted by increasing the efficiency of their plumbing systems.

Every living thing on earth requires water to survive, and according to the EPA only 1% of the water on earth is readily available for consumption. With water being such a valuable resource it only makes sense to use it wisely. The EPA estimates that American households waste an estimated 1 trillion gallons of water a year, that’s enough to provide more than 11 million homes with water annually!

Here are examples of ways we can improve the performance of your plumbing system and the impact it has on the environment:

  • Tankless water heaters — Energy efficient and easier to recycle than conventional water heaters
  • Repair or replacement of leaky or old toilets — Leaky toilets are the number one cause of wasted water and high water bills
  • Hot water recirculation systems — Can reduce the amount of water wasted while waiting for hot water
  • Backflow prevention — Properly installed and maintained backflow preventers keep our water safe
  • Installation of gas lines to appliances — Gas appliances are much more efficient than electric ones