PLUMBING & SERVICE WORK
JPR specializes in plumbing service work on both old and new homes. Our complimentary evaluation will be able to identify the areas that could reduce your water expenses.
Water meter installation
Pressure reducing valves
Backflow preventer (irrigation)
Valves (ball and quarter turn)
Pan (washing machine)
Automatic water shutoff
Leak detection device - water heater
Gas piping and leaking detection
Underground gas piping
Gas grill connections
Green-energy & plumbing efficient product
Repair and install faucets, toilets, washlet, and shower valves
Disconnect and install washers and dryers (electric and gas)
Disconnect and install dishwashers, stoves/ranges/cook tops, and garbage disposals (both switch and batch feed "turn handle")
Convert two and three knob shower valves to modern single handle shower valve
Hot water dispensers
Water filtration systems
Sink / laundry pumps
Newton 2nd water meters for outdoor irrigation
Water and drain lines
Pipe repair and replacement
Lead oakum joint repair
Remove lead bends
*Currently not servicing Grohe
JPR will review and evalaute home inspection report to help navigate through frequently asked questions prior to P&S
Older plumbing systems
JPR specializes in the repair of plumbing systems typically found in older homes whether they are victorian or similar
Leaky faucets, pipes and toilets could waste 75-1,000 gallons of water a day or more.
Toilets: that trickling sound you hear at night could be wasting 50 gallons of water a day or more. Sometimes the leak is silent!
Faucets typically use 2-7 gallons of water per minute. You can save up to 30%!!
Dripping, trickling, and running faucets and showerheads can use 75 to several hundred gallons of water a week depending on the size of the drip.
WATER SAVING TIPS
Limit showers to 5 minutes.
Run only full loads of laundry.
Teach your children to turn faucets off tightly after each use.
Sweep, never hose, a driveway.
Scrape dinner plates instead of rinsing.
Turn water off while brushing teeth.
Water the landscaping, not the driveway and sidewalks.
Use the dishwasher instead of sink.
Use shower warm up water for plants.
Check for leaks and call your plumber.