Serving Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx
Don’t take chances when it comes to your plumbing needs. We offer up-front pricing and honest NYC plumbing services by qualified technicians.
Boris Mechanical, Inc. specializes in all your plumbing needs, including plumbing service and repair of residential, commercial and industrial structures. If you are seeking personalized quality service, then you have come to the right place. With Boris Mechanical Plumbing, you will always deal directly with the owner, not an employee.
We’ll make your plumbing problems a no-problem.
Our specialists respond quickly to make sure that your plumbing problems get fixed quickly. If you need new plumbing added or installed, we will make sure it goes smoothly so that you will have a lot less to worry about! We have the tools, the technology, and the experience to make your plumbing problems a no-problem.
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Boris Mechanical, Inc.
465 Grand Street, LL
New York, NY 10002
Phone: (212) 260-2006
From our Newsroom
As New York City plumbers, we get a lot of questions about water pressure. The most common question is why there is no water pressure. People also often want to know what causes a sudden loss of water pressure. Third on the list is the question we are considering today: why does water pressure fluctuate? …
When your toilet is sweating, it does not mean your toilet has been working out too hard. Instead, the formation of water on the outside of the toilet happens due to high humidity and a significant difference between the air temperature and the temperature of the toilet. Poorly Ventilated Bathrooms Contribute to Sweaty Toilets As …
We’re plumbers in New York City, and that means we get a lot of calls about noisy pipes. Sometimes pipes bang, clang, and clatter. As a homeowner, you’re understandably concerned. Pipes shouldn’t be making noises. So what is going on? Culprit #1: Air in the Pipes While air is great – absolutely essential for life …