We strive to be in constant communication with our customers until the job is done. For plumbing or gas service, to get a quote, or if you have questions or special requests, just drop us a line. Need a new water heater, send us your information and we will quote that online for you. We look forward to serving you for all your plumbing and gas service needs! 410-997-8414
5552 Cedar Lane, Columbia, Maryland 21044, United States
07:00 am – 05:00 pm
Howard County & neighboring towns
Sykesville, Eldersburg & Randallstown
Hanover, Annapolis Junction & Odenton
Halethorpe, Catonsville & Arbutus
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Of course! We prefer to quote the new water heater via email at email@example.com so you can send us pictures of the current setup. This allows us to see the space and look for any obstacles or restrictions you may have in the area. We ask to see the plate/sticker that houses the model and serial number as well as some pictures of the entire unit in its space including the tops and bottom of the unit. We also like to find out more about how to get the water heater in and out of your home. Any steps or carpeting? Etc.
We stand by our provided products and services, and we provide a 1-year warranty free of charge on the work we perform as well as the materials provided by us.
The answer is yes. First of all, it's per code in all counties now. Second, it's for the protection of your plumbing system. When you have a closed plumbing system (one-way valve) which is what most homes in the area have. This expansion tank will act as an overflow collecting any extra volume of water from flowing into your water heater; protecting it from damage. In turn, this is also to protect that excess pressure from any damage that could occur in your piping and head back to your appliances. Things like your faucets dripping, banging pipes, running toilets, and short life on your appliances can all be caused by thermal expansion.
Typically the flapper is causing this problem. When the flapper does not close all the way and make a proper seal around the flush valve it can cause your toilet to continue to run. One way to check this is to jiggle the handle carefully and see if it fixes the problem. If this fixes the problem then you probably need a new flapper. They can get worn out or stuck. Sometimes the chemicals we use to clean our toilets can erode the flappers. If your flapper does not seal properly your toilet may not fill properly. Give us a call and we can help you with this