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Plumbing Installation & Repairs

From stopping a pesky leak to installing piping and fixtures for your new bathroom or kitchen, we make managing the flow of water in your home easy.

  • Bathroom: Sinks, faucets, tubs, showers, toilets
  • Kitchen: Dishwashers, refrigerators, gas stoves, garbage disposals
  • Water heaters: High efficiency water heaters & tankless “on demand” water heaters
  • Gas conversion: Service connection, furnaces, boilers and appliances

Our licensed plumbers are knowledgeable, efficient, and quick to come up with the best solution for any plumbing problem.

Water Heaters

A tankless water heating system is an efficient alternative to a traditional hot water tank. There are a wide range of systems available to match your home’s hot water needs – everything from single-room models to provide hot water for that seldom-used guest bathroom, to whole-home systems that provide plenty of hot water for bathing, cooking and cleaning.

Did you know that most hot water storage tanks have a lifespan of 10-15 years? If your home’s water heater has passed its tenth anniversary, it makes sense to start investigating your replacement options now. We install high-efficiency water heaters from Rinaii, Bosch, Navian, and SuperStor. We can help you determine if a traditional storage tank heater or an efficient tankless system is right for your family’s needs.

Water Heater Options

Tank

The most familiar type of water heater for most homeowners, with a storage tank with a capacity that ranges from 30-100 gallons. Fueled by electricity, natural gas, or propane, tank-based water heaters deliver a dependable flow of hot water. While somewhat less energy efficient as other systems, a tank-based heater benefits from a low up front costs.

Tankless

Also known as “on demand” water heaters, a tankless system heats water as it is needed. Because there is no storage tank, a tankless system never runs out of hot water. A tankless system is up to 30% more efficient than a tank-based system. While initial installation costs are higher than a tank-based system, tankless water heaters require far less space and generally have a longer lifespan because there is no mineral build up in a tank.

Indirect

Several of the hi-tech heating systems we install incorporate a water heating component. These include a storage tank, but the water is heated through your home’s gas or oil boiler. A heat exchanger in the hot water tank keeps water warm and ready when you need it. It is a great option to consider when upgrading your heating system.

Hybrid

Heat pump water heaters–also called “hybrid” hot water heaters–are a new, energy-efficiency-improved type of electric water heater. According to the Department of Energy hybrid water heaters can use up to 63% less energy than traditional electric water heaters.

Call us today to explore your hot water options or fill out this form!

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Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling

If you’re planning to renovate your kitchen or bathroom, we can help. We have partnerships with Frank Webb Home Center and Supply New England so you receive wholesale pricing on all your kitchen and bath fixtures. Visit a local showroom, select your fixtures and our experienced plumbing technicians will install them.

You get the best of both worlds: a huge selection of beautiful, high quality fixtures combined with installation that comes with our workmanship and service guarantee.

Frank Webb’s Bath Center

Falmouth, MA  |  Hyannis, MA

Supply New England

Falmouth, MA  |  W. Yarmouth, MA

Our Plumbing Services

24/7 Emergency Service & Repair

Toilets, Showers & Tubs

Faucets & Sinks

Sump Pumps

Hot Water Heaters

Drains & Garbage Disposals

On-Demand Tankless Water Heaters

Protection Plans

Rebates & Incentives

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For Emergency Service, please call us: 508.548.3030

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Fill out this form to let us know what we can do to help make your life more comfortable.
For Emergency Service, please call us: 508.548.3030

Seasonal Home Services

If you’re a seasonal resident, we can securely winterize your home in the fall and reopen it in the spring. It’s one less thing you’ll have to worry about. We’ll get your home ready for winter:

  • Turn off and drain water pipes and apply non-toxic anti-freeze to traps
  • Add non-toxic anti-freeze to toilets and sinks
  • Disconnect refrigerator ice maker
  • Disconnect and drain dehumidifier (if applicable)
  • Drain boiler and radiators (if applicable)

Worried about freeze-ups? We offer temperature monitoring services that send you an alert when your home’s interior temperature drops below an acceptable level. This gives you time to take corrective action to prevent your pipes from freezing.

Our Guarantee.

We guarantee our work. Period.

We know you expect your new heating or cooling system to be reliable and work when you need it, and for your plumbing to function properly. We expect no less. That’s why we only hire technicians who are exceptionally skilled, highly trained, and experienced in all aspects of home comfort systems.

Helpful Tips for Closing Up Your Home for the Season

Helpful Tips for Closing Up Your Home for the Season

Nobody wants to leave the comfort and relaxed life on Cape Cod to return home after another wonderful summer. If you are one of our many neighbors who return to the city or another part of the country once the season is over, we’ll miss you! But before you go, make sure you properly “button up” your home against the long winter ahead. Leaving your home for the seasons can become an expensive absence if things go wrong while you are away.

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Helpful Tips for Closing Up Your Home for the Season

Helpful Tips for Closing Up Your Home for the Season

Nobody wants to leave the comfort and relaxed life on Cape Cod to return home after another wonderful summer. If you are one of our many neighbors who return to the city or another part of the country once the season is over, we’ll miss you! But before you go, make sure you properly “button up” your home against the long winter ahead. Leaving your home for the seasons can become an expensive absence if things go wrong while you are away.

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