Plumbing Company & Plumbers of Forked River
Professional Plumbing Contractors in Forked River
FS Plumbing & Heating provides Forked River area homeowners with their plumbing and drain cleaning needs. Customers are serviced the same day their call is received and our Forked River plumbers are trained to provide service according to the industry’s highest quality standards. Our mission is to provide 100% customer satisfaction.
Our plumbing company specializes in prompt, professional service for leaking pipes, blown water heaters, and unstoppable clogs. We operate the best stocked trucks in the Forked River area, an efficiency that saves the customer time and money.
Have A Busted Pipe?
If a water pipe were to break in the house, a Forked River homeowner should know where the main water shut-off is located so they can terminate the water at that point. Normally this is located outside the home in the front or rear where there is a hose bib connection. If a homeowner cannot find it because it is not exposed and accessible, we suggest calling the local water department (you find that phone number on the water bill statement).
In the case where the water leak is at a specific plumbing fixture, the best approach is to shut off the water immediately at that location. All plumbing fixtures, including toilets, sinks and basins, have shut-off valves located under the fixture against the wall. If a bathtub or shower is leaking, it is necessary to shut the water off at the main water shut-off and call your professional plumber.
A leaking water heater can be shut off at the top right pipe leading into the water heater. For safety reasons, the gas must also be shut off at the water heater; that valve is usually found on the gas piping at the lower left side of the water heater.
Forked River, NJ
If you are looking for a Forked River plumbing contractor please call us today at 732.409.6734 or complete our online service request form.
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