What Do I Do?
This is an overview of products and services I provide. These are not all that there is, of course. We can work together to provide just about anything you need.
Fin tube (Petite 7, 9), panel type (Buderus, Myson), and wall / ceiling hung units (Rinnai, Modine)
Gas condensing, oil fired cast iron, wood burning
In your concrete, under the floor, in the wall
Glycol and maybe a little heat tape, but plugging holes were the wind gets in is the most important.
New copper or replace with plastic lines that can take some freeze expansion
Yes! I will vaccum the soot out of your unit and replace oil filters and nozzel, while looking for any signs of trouble. Efficiency will be tested and ajusted.
Electric, gas, indirect (from your oil or gas fired boiler)
Water distribution systems
Copper and/or plastic (Watts Pex, Wirsbo Pex, etc.)
Waste drains in pvc, abs, copper, no hub cast
Kitchen and bath fixtures
Install or repair / replace toilets, faucets, tubs / showers, sinks
Whole house sediment filters, softeners, iron filters, etc.
Close your home for the winter to prevent brust pipes and busted fixtures.
Washer / Dryer
Water supply / drain, and dryer vent. And electrician may be needed for new electrical connections.
Usually tie in under kitchen sink
Refrigerator water / ice maker line
A small hole in the floor behind the fridge, then find the nearest cold water line.
Sillcock, hose bib, etc. Whatever, you just want to water or wash something easier. I want you to, too
Grinder pumps, sump pumps, pump ups for additions below sewer lines
On all the above
Minerals in your water and the 2nd law of thermodynamics are working against you. Things will stop working properly, eventually.
- Clogs / backups
A small kitchen clog, or something stuck in you toilet, I can handle. For larger back ups and clogs you will need to call a drain cleaning service.
Left the window open in January? Maybe the garage? Freeze ups happen.
Okay my list might be getting redundant now, but know this: Your toilet will stop working right someday. The trick is knowing when it's a quick enough fix, or just better in the long run to replace it. And please, don't put that blue thing in the tank, you're just asking for trouble. "Google it" if you don't believe me.
Plumbing / heating rough in and finish
Residential and light commercial
I can gut it out for you, help you with planning new placement (if different), rough in the piping and return to finish the fixture installation. Don't take it for granted that you will be able to put everything where you want it; drainage must be pitched to work, water pipes should not be in outside walls, and we wouldn't want to do anything to floor joists or wall studs that would cause a carpenter to shake his head.