“When we bought this home, we knew the previous owner was a DIY-er,” Morgan said. “It was kind of obvious from the fact no two shelves in the pantry are the same distance apart. It sounds like a small detail, but it really impacted how we could use that space. We wound up having to have that closet completely rebuilt. Our kitchen sink kept clogging up. We called a few NYC plumbing companies before we found one that was willing to come up, inspect the sink, and fixed what was clearly a non-standard DIY drain pipe configuration so our sink would drain reliably again.”
As NYC plumbers, we understand the DIY impulse. We all have budgets, and saving money is important. It also feels really good to repair something on your own. However, sometimes it turns out that a DIY project is more involved than you originally understood. You might not possess the tools or skills required to finish a job you started. Some plumbers are touchy about coming in to finish what someone else started. We promise you we will never give you grief for trying. Our job is to get your home’s plumbing back in working order as quickly as possible. We do all work to NYC building code standards.
This is true for our commercial clients as well. Not all NYC plumbing companies serve business clients, but we do. Sometimes it turns out that the employee who says they absolutely, positively have the skills needed to fix the sprinkler system or deal with the public restroom toilet that won’t stop running have oversold their capabilities. Sometimes these folks will start the job and not finish it; other times, they’ll tell you the repair is done, but it’s really not. Either way, our team of experienced licensed master plumbers will come in, fix the problem, and restore your business plumbing to proper working order.