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)

  • Hose bibs

  • Valves (ball and quarter turn)

  • Pan (washing machine)

  • Automatic water shutoff

  • Leak detection device - water heater

  • Backwater valves

  • Grease traps

  • Gas piping and leaking detection

  • Underground gas piping

  • Gas grill connections

  • Fire pits

  • Rat proofing

  • Drain cleaning

  • Winterization

  • Plumbing inspection

  • Green-energy/plumbing audit

  • 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

  • Ice makers

  • Sump pumps

  • Sink / laundry pumps

  • Utility Sinks

  • Booster pumps

  • Newton 2nd water meters for outdoor irrigation

  • Sewer ejectors

  • Water and drain lines

  • Pipe repair and replacement

  • Lead oakum joint repair

  • Remove lead bends

*Currently not servicing Grohe

Home Inspections

  • 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.


  • 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.