by Quality First Plumbing
Times are tough all over. Instead of replacing home items with newer models, you may be joining millions of other homeowners and start thinking of a do it yourself project instead.
- Fixing a leaking showerhead
- Fixing a leaking bathroom or kitchen faucet
- Clearing clogs from kitchen and bathroom drains
- Repairing a toilet leak
- Replacing fixtures in the kitchen or bathroom
- Maintaining the hot water heater
- Replacing or fixing the garbage disposal
For any plumbing project, the best way to get started is to have everything you need in place before you get started, and have the time available to complete the project.
As a professional plumber, I end up in countless homes finishing up projects that either took longer than anticipated, or were simply more difficult than the homeowner expected. While cutting costs anyway you can is important, it's also important to fix the problem the right way the first time.
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