Ami Plumbing & Heating

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Ami Plumbing & Heating
Ami Plumbing & Heating is listed in the Plumbing Contractors category in Englishtown, New Jersey. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ami Plumbing & Heating which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ami Plumbing & Heating on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 34.

Contact information for Ami Plumbing & Heating is:
72 Smithburg Rd
Englishtown, NJ 07726
(732) 780-3331
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Here are some plumbing tips for homeowners this spring... Check faucets for drips or leaks. Ensure that all drains have strainers to prevent hair, soap and debris from clogging the drain lines. Make sure toilets flush properly. If the handle must be held down for a thorough flush or jiggled to stop the water from running you may need to replace worn tank parts. They’re inexpensive and you’ll notice a lower water bill. Check the temperature setting on the water heater. It should be set no higher than 120°F to prevent scalding and reduce energy use. A great Spring Plumbing Tip. Consider replacing a water heater more than 15 years old. (The first four numbers of the serial number represent the month and year it was made.) Newer water heaters are more energy efficient. Slow floor drains should be snaked to ensure they will carry away water quickly in the event of a flood. Check exposed pipes under sinks and in the basement for signs of leaks. If your home has a sump pump, make sure it operates properly by pouring a few buckets of water into the sump pit. The pump should quickly turn on, discharge the water then shut off without any problems. Install a backflow valve in the floor drain if you live in an area where sewers sometimes back up into homes. This device will prevent future backups. Make sure yard drains, gutters and downspouts are cleaned out, open, and free of debris. Check faucets and hose bibs to make sure water flows freely. If an outdoor faucet drips or if there is leakage inside your home the first time the hose is turned on, you may have had a frozen pipe that cracked and needs to be replaced. Give us a call today and schedule an appointment for us to come out and go over your current plumbing needs.

Spring has sprung, which means it’s time to do some “Spring Cleaning” for your home’s pipe and drainage systems.