A Homeowner’s Worst Nightmare: Water Restoration

Water damage is every homeowner’s worst nightmare.

Plumbing emergencies can have a lasting impact on not only your home’s value but the health of those inside as well.

We aren’t just talking about the obvious mishaps… standing water to your knees in your kitchen, 6 inches of sludge in your basement from a sewer line backup during a family gathering…

We know… because we’ve seen it all. And while we’ve been able to help countless people recover from these and other home disasters, we know we can help many more of you by sharing some tips we’ve learned along the way.

  • Check Your Gutters and Downspouts. If water can’t flow through the gutter tray to its intended destination, it will ALWAYS find somewhere to go. That’s often down exterior walls, and into cracks which over time will not only cause damage to the structure, but also internal decay and mold growth. Keep your gutters and downspouts clear of debris at all times. Ideally downspouts discharge water at least 3 ft from the base of your home although we recommend 5 ft.
  • Examine Your Basement. While examining your basement, you want to look for any cracks in the flooring or the walls. Has mold started to grow? Does it smell? Is it damp? These are signs of damage.
  • Assess the Grade. Rainwater should flow away from the house at all times. To prevent both minor and potentially catastrophic water damage, such as foundation issues or basement flooding, the grade of your landscaping around your home’s perimeter should be assessed. To prevent pooling water, the ground adjacent to the home should slope gently away from the house at a rate of about six inches over ten lateral feet.
  • Schedule a Sump Pump and Water Heater Inspection. The pump should also be tested annually to ensure that it does what it is meant to do, at the first sign of trouble, and that it disposes of the water in an ideal location, away from the house. Save yourself the time, trouble, and money by scheduling a sump pump PLUS water heater inspection with a certified Warrior technician TODAY! (Matt insert link to Spring Bundle special here)
  • If you are reading this after the fact and think you have existing damage, please CALL US NOW! We will take the time that you deserve to explain the importance of having your home inspected and go over all of the various possibilities with you once we have taken a look. You don’t have to take this on alone. We have seen it all and we are happy to help you navigate the process. For a general idea of what we do in a typical water restoration job, please read below.

As you know, water has a way of getting into every nook and cranny. In addition to flooding, your property may have damaged furniture, flooring, and drywall. The structure of your property may have been weakened by water and early signs of mold could be spreading.

An experienced Warrior plumber can mitigate this type of water damage.

What is water restoration exactly? Unfortunately, it is much more than just the drying and cleaning up of a property. Simple surface drying is not true water removal, and it is often not enough to remove the threat of bacteria and viruses. When you hire Warrior Plumbing and Heating, an experienced plumber will work with you and your insurance company to ensure your experience is as painless as possible. Once your insurance company determines coverage, Warrior Plumbing and Heating will obtain your permission to begin the restoration process.

We will begin with water extraction and removal of any unsalvageable contents and structures (including personal property, carpet and other flooring, drywall, paneling, shelving, cabinets, etc.). Then we’ll clean, disinfect, deodorize, and dry the affected areas. All harmful and water damaged debris will be removed from the property and disposed of safely.

The damage to your property and contents are thoroughly investigated and documented per your insurance company’s standards with photos taken before, during, and after restoration so that your claim can be processed quickly. Once restoration is finished, Warrior Plumbing and Heating offers complete renovation services.

As a small family owned and operated business, Warrior Plumbing and Heating seeks to treat all of our customers as if they were part of the family. We care about you and want to ensure that, if your property becomes damaged by water, you can rest assured knowing you are in good hands with us.

While we hope that the need for water restoration never arises, Warrior Plumbing and Heating is available 24/7/365 at 443-967-3736 should you need us.

Kitchen Remodel

New Year, New Home Resolutions

Happy New Year! If you’re like over half of Americans, you’ve likely already started slacking on your New Year’s Resolutions. But don’t beat yourself up over it…

Because you know what’s easier than giving up Gluten? Or training for a marathon? Or not cursing in front of the kids when you give in and let them make slime at your kitchen table?

Deflecting! Take that unnecessary pressure off of yourself and instead, focus on that home of yours. You know the one with the 15 year old boiler? Or the constant running toilet? Or the sump pump that fails over half the time? Or that bathroom right out of the early 90’s? The one adorning more brushed gold and mauve than your local thrift store.

We have put together a list of five resolutions for your home to start the new year off strong.

# 1 Keep your loved ones safe… Focus on your water heater and boiler

The only time we tend to think about our water heater is when our shower never warms up or water starts to leak out from the utility closet. With freezing temperatures and the ground temperature plummeting, the water entering your home becomes colder. This means that your water heater needs to work harder than usual. With this increased activity, underlying issues can emerge. Faulty parts, sediment build up, or a bad winter storm can wreak havoc on your home’s water heater. Your home’s water heater should be flushed out yearly to avoid build up and prevent damage.

Boilers protect your family from the winter elements and are needed to keep everything within your house at a temperature that it can function properly. But like anything, boilers can fail at the most inopportune moments due to faulty parts, pumps, or electrical components. Tragically, every year, there are injuries and deaths caused by boilers. These can be caused by carbon monoxide poisoning, fire, or explosion. Boilers should be serviced on an annual basis to ensure they are safe and working at optimum efficiency.

A licensed Warrior plumber will be able to assess your home’s water heater and boiler for faults and ensure they are working properly.

# 2 Ensure your sump pump is in working condition

Maryland winters can beat up our homes with rain, ice, and snow. Flooding can become quite a problem during the winter, especially in the more vulnerable areas of your home like basements and crawlspaces. A sump pump is only activated when it is needed and is meant to pump water out of these vulnerable areas, away from your home, to avoid flooding.

Just like any other system in your home, your sump pump can develop faults. Unlike these other systems, though, it is often not obvious that your sump pump isn’t working properly until it is too late. If you have a sump pump, test it before winter storms arrive. First, be sure it has power and is turned on. Then, pour a bucket of water into it. The pump should turn on and begin to process the water, but you can shut it off and remove the water once you’re sure it’s working properly. Your sump pump should be inspected regularly to ensure it works properly when it’s needed most. Preventative sump pump maintenance allows a trusted, licensed, Warrior plumber to identify any issues before they cause any costly damage to your home.

# 3 Cut down on your water usage

Not everyone may be motivated to save the planet and conserve water, but it’s safe to presume that everyone cares about saving money. Everywhere we turn we find strong arguments and advocacy for saving as much water as we can — to conserve rather than waste. We use it without thinking, and may not realize how much of the finite resource gets used each day and how quickly a small, dripping leak in our faucet turns into a multi-gallon accumulation on our water bill.

It’s easy to scale back on how much water you use on a daily basis. Even simple adjustments such as fixing a leaky faucet or turning the water off when brushing your teeth can save as many as 3,000 gallons of water a year. You’ll start saving the planet while also saving your bank account.

# 4 Make 2020 the year you tackle the long overdue bathroom and kitchen remodel

Are you tired of not having enough counter or cabinet space? Is your tile, flooring, cabinets, or fixtures in need of an upgrade?

Warrior is known for its plumbing and heating expertise but did you know it also has decades of construction experience? With our MD Contractors License, we can manage your home improvement project start to finish, top to bottom, inside and out.

The price tag of a renovation project can certainly limit us from moving forward with our renovation plans. How can you ensure that it is the right investment for you and your home? Putting money back into your home nearly always pays off… especially when you focus on the bathrooms and kitchens. You’ll not only enjoy your new gorgeous 21st century bathroom with more storage and perfect lighting…you’ll also see that it appraises higher when you go to sell or refinance it. While every home owner should ensure that their first priority is making their home significantly sound with routine maintenance, bathroom and kitchen remodels are investments that can add to the value of a home.

# 5 Find a trusted plumber to help you tackle these resolutions

Find a trusted, licensed plumber that can help when it’s needed the most. Warrior Plumbing and Heating is a veteran, family owned and operated business serving the greater Baltimore area. We are 5th generation plumbers (and soon to be 6th) where we strive to serve each of our customers as if they were family. We are there for you 24/7 for any plumbing and heating needs. Just give us a call at 443-967-3736.

Water Heater Installation and Repair in Baltimore

Water Heater Savings

Water Heater repair and installation in BaltimoreThe only time we tend to think about our water heater is when our shower never warms up or water starts to leak out from the utility closet. An important water heater issue to consider is its efficiency which can impact your monthly utility bill significantly.

 

Did You Know?

  • The average US home uses 64 gallons of water daily

  • Gas water heaters can heat water up to twice as fast as electric

  • Water heaters account for between 12% and 20% of your utility bill

 


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Water Heater Tips

 

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, your water heater is the second-largest (Heating/Air Conditioning is the first) expense in your home. Depending on the type of water heater 12 to 18 percent of your Gas or Electric bill is for hot water.  The average American household utilizes 64 gallons of water per day If you have a teen (or teens) your usage could be double that figure.  At the 64 gallon average, the average home will spend between $400 – 600 on water heating per year. This might not seem like much to some but if you can reduce that cost. (See the energy.gov water heater article)

The U.S. Department of Energy provides several useful tips to save on your home’s water
heating –

  • Turn down the water heater thermostat. Often, hot water heaters come set at 140 degrees. 120 is often a good setting for many households.
  • Shorten the shower. A long hot shower can be a relaxing but can be expensive if every night. Think about limiting
    your bathing time save the long showers for special ocassions .
  • The most efficient way to shower is to do a quick rinse then turn the water off while you soap up. Only turn the water back on when you’re ready to rinse.
  • Replace full-flow with low-flow faucets and showerheads. The fewer gallons you use the lower your utility bill will be.
  • Look at your other appliances which use hot water. Use the hot water settings as needed not as the default. Also, if you have had them for 10 years seriously consider replacing them with new more efficient models.
  • If you didn’t know, using a fully loaded dishwasher is more efficient than hand washing.
  • Leaky faucets add up. A leak as small as one drip per second can add $1.00 to your monthly utility bill.
  • Wrap your hater heater with insulatation. This is an inexpensive option helps your hot water better retain its heat. This uses less energy and reduces your electric or gas bill.
  • The right fit. For storage water heaters make sure you are using the correct tank size for your needs. You need your water heater tank to be large enough to handle the busiest hot water usage time in your household, but not too large or you will be  wasting energy heating water you don’t normally need. Warrior Plumbing and Heating can help calculate how many gallons you need in an hour, and find the model with a matching first-hour rating.
  • Old water heaters need to be upgraded. The efficiency of home appliances is constantly improving, so if you have a water heater that is more than 10 years old you REALLY need to start shopping for a new model. And make sure you are investing in a model with the “Energy Star” rating label.

 


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Time for a New Water Heater?

Here are 5 signs that it’s time!

 

  1. AGE: Most water heaters begin to have problems when they’ve been in regular use for 8 to 10 years.
  2. RUST: Is your hot water less than clear? Or is rust visible on the storage tank or pipe connections?
  3. NOISE: Water Heaters should be relatively noiseless. If you notice rumbling noises increasing in volume it’s time to start shopping.
  4. LEAKS: It pays to pay regular attention to your water heater. Catching a small leak can save you thousands of dollars in property damage.
  5. TEMPERATURE: If your Hot Water is becoming noticeably cooler it may be in need of a new thermostat. If your heater is less than 7 years old that may be a good direction to go but if it’s older than 8 years odds are that more issues will start and you’ll be better off finding a replacement.

Let’s look at some comparisions between common Water Heater types.

 

Standard Storage Water Heater

This is the most common water heater. It consists of a large storage tank filled with water being kept warmed to a set temperature by either gas or electricity.

Cost: $ (low)

Life Expectancy: 10-15 Years

Pros: Lower Purchase Cost

Cons: Standby heat loss -Energy can be wasted as the water stored in the tank is heated to a set temperature, adding to operating cost.

Improvements: Insulation added to the storage tank can reduce heat loss and lower operating costs.


Tankless Water Heater

These are much smaller than storage tanks and mounted to the wall. They heat the water only on demand so there is no tank full of water that is being kept warm 24/7. Tankless water heaters do have limitations and depending on the size of the home and the locations were hot water is required you may need to install multiple units.

Cost: $$

Life Expectancy: 20+ years

Pros: Provides a constant supply of hot water and is 20 – 50% more energy-efficient than storage water heaters, saving a minimum of $ 100 per year.

Cons: A limited flow-rate of hot water can stretch a tankless water heater to its limits. Sometimes the energy savings do not justify the cost of purchase and installation

Optimization: For homes with larger hot water needs additional tankless water heaters can be installed in parallel or with separate connections balancing the hot water load.


Heat Pump  

(Not recommended for colder climates) These water heaters use a combination of electricity and warm air or warmth from the ground. In warm climates, this type of ‘hybrid’ water heater can reduce energy usage of up to 60%. Upfront costs are greater and these can require more space.

Cost: $$

Life Expectancy: 10-15 Years

Pros: 2-3 times more energy-efficient than a standard storage water heater and lower operating costs saving almost $300 per year

 


Solar

Cost: $$$  life Expectancy: 20 Years

Pros: 50% more efficient than gas or electric water heaters

Cons: May require a backup system to handle cloudy days and times of high demand

Optimization: Adding an insulated storage tank that can be installed along with the system.

 


Tankless Coil and Indirect

These water heating systems leverage the heat from a home’s furnace or boiler. The Tankless version uses a heat exchanger to warm cold water on demand. For this to be an effective system the furnace or boiler needs to on throughout the year and therefore only works in cold climates. The Indirect heating system adds a storage tank containing the heat exchanger (from the furnace or boiler). These can be more efficient but still only work best in cold climates.

Cost: $$

Life Expectancy: 10-11 Years

Pros: Lower installation cost

Cons: Inefficient choice for many homes as these work best in warmer climates


Is your Water Heater costing you more money than it should be? Is it heating efficiently? If you are having any issues with your Water Heater or if you’d like us to give it a quick inspection Contact Us. We can service and repair any water heater and also assist with the purchase of a new one.

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Senior-Friendly Bathroom Remodels by Warrior Plumbing in Baltimore, MD

7 Senior-Friendly Bathroom Ideas

Safer and Easier to use Bathrooms

If you are a Senior or have one living with you, these tips will be helpful in reducing the risk of injuries from falls.

 

According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), at least 1 in 4 adults over the age of 65 falls each year.  The National Institute on Aging reports that 80% of all falls in the home occurs in the BATHROOM. Warrior Plumbing, serving Baltimore MD, can make any bathroom safer and easier to use for seniors, handicapped or disabled. If you’d just like handrails installed or a complete remodel, please CONTACT US and we’ll get started on your project right away!

 


7 Tips for Senior-Friendly Bathrooms

 

Walk-in Bathtubs installed in Baltimore 1: BATHTUB

There are many reasons to swap out a standard bathtub with a Walk-In type.  The main reasons are for the safety and convenience of seniors or those with limited mobility. Even with handrails, getting in and out of a standard bathtub can be risky for some people. Walk-in bathtubs are the safest option for unassisted and assisted bathers.

There are many different styles of walk-in bathtubs to choose from and prices have been decreasing as their popularity has grown. In Baltimore, Warrior Plumbing can help you select and install the perfect walk-in bathtub for your needs.

 

Senior Friendly Shower in Baltimore2: SHOWER

People don’t often think that a standard shower can be a safety issue. For some though, having to step over even a small threshold can increase the risk of a dangerous fall. Senior-friendly showers come in many configurations and there are conversion kits available as well.

The components of a senior-friendly (disabled/handicapped) shower can include a beveled threshold (allowing for wheelchair or walker access), a bench, grab bars, handrails, support poles, slip-resistant floor,  hand-held shower spray (accessible from the bench),  anti-scald valve and more.

 

Contact us to find out more about Senior-Friendly Bathrooms 

 

Raised Toilet for Seniors in Baltimore MD3: TOILET

The height of a standard toilet seat is often too low for ease of use by many seniors. This is also the case for anyone with back, hip or knee problems. Having handrails can help, but by replacing the toilet with a raised one is even better.  New raised toilets are not expensive and there are no special installation requirements.

There are many raised seats which can be used with existing toilets. Depending on your needs, this could be the best option. If this bathroom will be used by seniors extensively, or if the home is in a senior living community replacing the toilet with one with a raised seat can be the best option and even add value to the property.

 

4: LIGHTING

Seniors will manage better in bathrooms with even lighting on all surfaces. Bathrooms which only have strong overhead lighting can have shadows making it difficult to navigate or find items. Wall mounted light fixtures can provide an even distribution of light. Also, high-gloss finishes (paint or countertops) should be avoided as these can produce glare which can also be confusing for the visually impaired.

 

5: FLOORING

Smooth floors in bathrooms look elegant but are dangerously slick when wet.  Throw rugs or mats can help but they can also be a tripping risk. The best options for safe bathroom flooring is a slip-resistant and cushioned material the best of which is Rubber. Rubber flooring is available as rolls or tiles but more expensive than other options. The advantages of using Rubber as bathroom flooring is that it is both slip and moisture-resistant and offers the most cushion in case of a fall. But as we mentioned, it is also expensive and there are limited designs as compared to Vinyl or Tile flooring. Slip-resistant Vinyl is a very good option and is much easier on the budget.  Vinyl is easy to maintain, comes in many styles, and offers more cushion than tile in case of a fall.

 

6: HANDRAILS/GRAB BARS

Handrails can make a senior’s life much easier and safer. Having something to hold onto when getting up from the toilet, bath or shower bench allows greater independence for seniors. Outside of the bathroom, anywhere there is a step or incline, a sturdy well-placed handrail will be appreciated by a senior or mobility-challenged person.

7: DECLUTTER

Our last tip is often overlooked when it comes to maintaining a safe environment for seniors. The floor is the most important area when it comes to removing clutter. Trash cans need to be kept under a cabinet,  door stops should not be used, and if there are children in the home, make sure to keep toys off of the floor where seniors will be walking. Also, throw rugs can be a tripping hazard and should be avoided in the senior-friendly home.

 

Contact Warrior NOW if you need a bathroom made Senior-Safe today!

 


 

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Baltimore Drain Cleaning

Sewer Line Inspection and Repair

When is the last time you had your sewer line inspected?

Most people have had the VERY unpleasant experience of dealing with a blocked sewer line.

Warrior Plumbing has Sewer Line Inspection and Repair Equipment and is ready to come to your Baltimore area property this week. We, of course, offer 24/7 emergency plumbing service but hopefully, you won’t need that (if you do, call us at 443-967-3736)

 

VIDEO INSPECTIONS

Sewer Line Inspections are fast and easy with our video inspection equipment. No more digging up the front yard just to find the problem! We will be able to determine the cause of your slow or clogged drains and then FIX IT FAST!

Video Sewer Pipe Inspection

 

DRAIN CLEANING

Slow drains are just annoying for so many reasons. And the cost of drain cleaner can add up quickly. If your drain keeps stopping up completely you need professional help. Warrior Plumbing has the equipment and expertise to fix your drains quickly and economically.

 

Don’t put it off any longer, contact us to schedule your appointment TODAY! 

TRENCHLESS REPAIR

If your sewer line is in need of repair (or replacement) there are now options that don’t require digging or at least as much digging as before.

Pipe relining, resin injection, and pipe bursting (trenchless pipe replacement) can save the property owner the hassle and cost of trenching the entire length of the affected line.

 

Sewer problems will always be a hassle but if you are in the Baltimore area Warrior Plumbing has you covered!

 

Contact Warrior NOW if you have any questions or concerns related to your Baltimore area sewer line or any plumbing and heating related issues.

 

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Kitchen Remodel Services in Baltimore

Reasons to Remodel

Spring is here Baltimore!

Kitchen Remodel service in BaltimoreThe weather is warming, the trees are budding and the flowers blooming. Nature has awoken and is starting to show off its colors and fragrances. Warrior can help you show off a little yourself by remodeling that kitchen and/or bathroom.

Earlier this year, Houzz.com conducted a survey of people who had recently remodeled their kitchen. We are showing the top 6 reasons why people chose to do the remodel:

 

  1. They just could not stand their kitchen any longer 34%
  2. They finally had the budget available to pay for it 33%
  3. They had bought a new home and wanted to personalize the kitchen 29%
  4. The kitchen had deteriorated to the degree it was not safe 17%
  5. They were inspired to make changes 9%
  6. Needed to adapt to recent changes in family/lifestyle 9%

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Bathroom Remodel Services in Baltimore

Beyond having a kitchen and or bathroom that you will be proud of, there are financial reasons that also make remodeling a good idea.

When you look at how much value is added to your home when you remodel, it makes a lot more sense.

 

CostvsValue.com provides this information for the Baltimore area.

 

Mid-range Bathroom Remodel

Average Cost: $20,749 – Increase in Value: $11,858 – Cost Recouped: 57.9%

 

Upscale  Bathroom Remodel

Average Cost: $64,786 – Increase in Value: $34,087  – Cost Recouped: 52.6%

 

Minor  Kitchen Remodel (Mid-range)

Average Cost: $22,607 –  Increase in Value: $16,639 – Cost Recouped: 73.6%

 

Major Kitchen Remodel (Mid-range)

Average Cost: $66,266 –  Increase in Value: $40,406 – Cost Recouped: 61%

 

Major Kitchen Remodel (Upscale)

Average Cost: $131,866 – Increase in Value: $70,684 – Cost Recouped: 53.6%

 

Baltimore Kitchen Remodel by Warrior PlumbingLooking at these figures you see that a Kitchen or Bathroom Remodel on average rewards you with an increase in home value equal to over 50% of your remodel cost. That basically means you’re getting your remodel at less than half price! 

 

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Time for that Remodel!

Make your Dream Kitchen or Bathroom a REALITY!

 

Kitchen Remodel

  • Are you tired of not having enough counter or cabinet space?
  • Have you dreamed of knocking out that wall and maybe adding an Island?
  • Is your tile, flooring, cabinets or fixtures in need of an upgrade?
  • How about converting that boring glass slider to beautiful french doors? 

 

Warrior is known for its plumbing and heating expertise but did you know it also has decades of construction experience? With our MD Contractors License, we can manage your home improvement project start to finish, top to bottom, inside and out.

 

Why Remodel?

There are a lot of very good reasons to remodel your home. Here’s just a few.

  1. Increase the VALUE of your home. You will not only enjoy your new kitchen and/or bathroom when you go to sell your home it will appraise higher.
  2. Improve traffic flow. Open up that ‘one-butt’ kitchen. Whether you want to entertain larger parties or if you have a growing family, adding more space for bodies to move around makes everyone happy!
  3. Decrease your Utility Bills. Are your kitchen appliances more than 10 years old? You are wasting money on needlessly high utility bills. New appliances are much more energy efficient.
  4. Expand your Storage Space. Kitchen or Bathroom we seem to have more and more items that need a place. Cabinets, closets/pantries, shelves, and counter space can be increased and really helps to stay organized.
  5. Protect your Health.  Regular high levels of moisture and humidity in Bathrooms create conditions perfect for the growth of mold and mildew. Under bathtubs, behind the tile, under vanities, behind baseboards, anywhere even a small amount of moisture can collect has the potential for mold and mildew growth. Remodeling the bathroom allows for any problems to be discovered and dealt with. The remodel can include improved ventilation, pre-treatment for problem areas and the use of mold/mildew resistant materials.
  6. Style and Comfort. How do you feel when you walk into a nice new or recently renovated home? The fresh paint, flooring, lighting, layout, decor etc. are so nice and you wish that you could live in a home like that. Now imagine if when you walked into your own home and felt the same way. A new kitchen and/or bathroom can give you that feeling and for much much less than the cost of a new home!

 

 

WARRIOR VS DYI

A lot of homeowners feel they can save money by doing a remodel themselves. There are plenty of small improvements that can be done by the homeowner. Painting, installing new switch and wall plates, replacing old faucets and door locksets. All of these can be done by a competent handyman. But if all or part of the work requires skills or tools beyond average capabilities, and if a subcontractor will need to be hired you should use qualified help.

 

Here are a few reasons to use Warrior as your Remodel Contractor

EXPERIENCE: Unless the homeowner has experience with carpentry, plumbing, electrical etc., there is a good chance the work won’t be done correctly. When this happens the cost of the job and the time required to complete can increase dramatically. Warrior will make sure the job is DONE RIGHT the first time!

SAFETY: If your remodel involves electrical work, by doing it yourself you are not just putting your life at risk but also your home. When it comes to plumbing, if you are installing new fixtures which have in-wall connections, any leaks could go unnoticed. This could lead to mold, wood rot, and even structural failure. The homeowner will be stuck with the repair bill. With Warrior handling the job you will be confident that the electrical and plumbing are being handled professionally.

HOME VALUE: You can use the best available materials but if the work is done poorly you could wind up with a home worth less than before you started.

 


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