Our Top 5 Seasonal Maintenance Tips

While the holiday season may look a little different this year, the day after holidays are often the busiest days for us at Warrior Plumbing and Heating. Many families experience bustling activities in their homes and falling temperatures can potentially lead to disasters within your home.

To prepare your home for the upcoming holidays and the winter season, Warrior Plumbing and Heating has pulled together a list of our top five seasonal maintenance tips and we have bundled up our most popular (and most crucial) services to save you hundreds of dollars in preparing your home for the season. We are offering a water heater inspection, sump pump inspection, and boiler service for a bundled up low price of just $325. Typically, these services cost upwards of $500 – $600.

Keep in mind, this offer ends December 1st and excludes high-efficiency water heaters & boilers. We’d be happy to give you a fair price on a high-efficiency bundle, however. To bundle up and save, simply fill out our contact us form or call us at 443-967-3736.

Follow these top five tips to ensure you and your home are prepared for the upcoming holidays and the winter season:

  1. Outdoor Water Hoses, Faucets, and Interior Shut-Off: Water inside outdoor faucets can freeze and expand if they are left connected during colder temperatures. This expansion can cause connected faucets and pipes to freeze and break. To help prevent this, simply disconnect your water hoses, drain them of any remaining water, and store the hoses in a dry area. After you remove the hose, check the faucet for any leaks or drips that may need to be fixed. A leaking faucet can lead to water damage and severe plumbing issues during a freeze. Once your outdoor faucets are fully fixed, cover and insulate the faucets to avoid future issues. You may also have an interior shut-off valve in your home that is connected to outside faucets and plumbing. To avoid freezing, shut off the interior valve and open the outdoor faucet valve to ensure there is no remaining water in the line that could freeze.
  2. Insulate Pipes: If any of your pipes are housed in non-heated areas, such as a basement or a garage, it is crucial to ensure these pipes are insulated. This protection will help keep your pipes from freezing during the winter.
  3. Water Heaters: As the weather turns colder, your water heater needs to work harder than usual.This is also the time of year when we Marylanders want to pump more hot water into our sinks, tubs, and showers to stay warm. 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. If you have a gas water heater, it’s important to keep an eye on the pilot, thermocouple, and pilot control valve. In electric water heaters, it’s important to inspect the thermostat and heating elements. A licensed warrior plumber will be able to assess these parts for faults and ensure they are working properly. Sediment and other minerals tend to build up on the bottom of water heaters. This causes your water heater to utilize more energy and lose efficiency over time. Your home’s water heater should be flushed out regularly to avoid build up and prevent damage.
  4. Sump Pumps: A sump pump is only activated when it is needed and is meant to pump water out of and away from your home to avoid flooding. It is often not obvious that your sump pump isn’t working properly until it is too late. If your sump pump is exposed to any extreme temperatures, it may freeze and be able unable to operate. Preventative sump pump maintenance allows your Warrior plumber to identify any issues before they cause any costly damage to your home. Your sump pump should be inspected regularly to ensure it works properly when it’s needed most.
  5. Boilers: Boilers are like the motor of your home. They not only protect your family from the winter elements, they 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. Just like your vehicle, boilers should be serviced on an annual basis to ensure they are working at optimum efficiency and properly heating your home.

Stay ahead of potential home disasters.  We’re here to help!  Simply fill out our contact us form or call us at 443-967-3736 to bundle up and save.

Six Reasons for a Remodel from Warrior Plumbing… Just Named one of Baltimore’s TOP PLUMBERS!

This summer, Warrior Plumbing and Heating, is offering $500 dollars off any bathroom or kitchen remodel. Are you wondering if a remodel is the right decision for you and your family? We’ve pulled together a list of the top reasons to remodel your home:

Six reasons for a remodel from Warrior Plumbing and Heating… just named one of Baltimore’s TOP PLUMBERS!

  1. Immediately Increase The Value of Your Home: Having a freshly remodeled bathroom or kitchen can add thousands of dollars of value to a home.
  2. Lower Your Utility Bills: New fixtures can save on your electricity and water bills.
  3. Increase Your Storage: Tired of having to cram your groceries or toiletries into a limited space? Adding cabinets, shelves, and drawers can provide you more storage space.
  4. Accessibility Needs: Are you looking to create a wider kitchen or build a walk-in shower or bathtub with handles to assist with sitting and standing? Warrior Plumbing can help make your kitchen or bathroom meet your needs.
  5. Outdated Design: Is your kitchen or bathroom just outdated? We can help you replace your outdated design and create a new, fresh space.
  6. Mold and Mildew: Do you struggle with controlling stubborn mold and mildew? Upgrading your ventilation and replacing rough surfaces with smooth surfaces will help with this problem.

Warrior has been doing Baltimore area bathroom and kitchen remodels for years. We know how to finish your remodel on time and on budget!

How will a renovation affect your home value?

Beyond having a kitchen and or bathroom that you will be proud of, there are financial reasons that also make remodeling a good idea. An updated kitchen and bathroom can help your home stand out among prospective buyers, which will help your home to sell faster and for more money if you choose to move.

While each project varies and can be suited to meet your budgetary needs, CostvsValue.com provides average costs for bathroom and kitchen remodels in the Baltimore area. Looking at the figures, you can see that a kitchen or bathroom remodel rewards you with an average 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!

Be sure to take advantage of our summer special today and save $500 off any bathroom or kitchen remodel by calling us at  443-967-3736. This special will expire September 1st.

Plumbing Inspections Matter

Plumbing Inspections

Imagine all the various products you use throughout your life. Can you think of one that does not require some sort of regular care or maintenance? From our cars to our appliances even our clothing, all of these require regular care. Without proper care, we will not enjoy optimal performance or lifespan and we may also increase our risk of financial burden or even physical harm. Many aspects of our homes also require maintenance and plumbing is one of the important ones.

 

What’s the Big Deal?

While a Plumbing Inspection may not be high on your list of to-do’s (or even on it) in our often busy lives, a routine inspection can save you time, money, and stress over the long-term.  Routine plumbing inspections can alert you to potential issues that can be addressed early on so that they do not become large (expensive) plumbing emergencies in the future.

Small can become LARGE

Small plumbing problems often go unnoticed or ignored until they become large plumbing emergencies. Some of the signs of common plumbing problems may include: Faucets or toilets that are not working as they should, drastic increases in your water bill, and hot water that does not last as long as it used to or is taking a long time to recharge.

Warrior Plumbing and Heating provides 24/7 services for all of your plumbing emergencies but we want to be there for you and your family to prevent these emergencies BEFORE they occur. We are here to help you maintain the health and efficiency of your home’s plumbing system through a comprehensive inspection.

While the most critical time to have your plumbing system inspected is prior to purchasing a new home, we also highly recommend a yearly inspection. If you have an older home or have large trees on your property (roots can damage or clog pipes and sewer lines) regular inspections are a very good idea.

 

24/7 Emergency Service: 443-967-3736

 

5 Reasons to have a plumbing inspection

1. So that you can know the age and expected lifespan of your pipes and plumbing components. This will allow you to plan for any restoration as needed to minimize mold, water damage, and prevent any future leaks or harmful chemicals from entering into your drinking water.

2. The ability to maintain your home’s value – the condition of your home’s plumbing system plays a big role when valuing property. Having proof that your pipes are well-maintained allows you to negotiate a better price when selling.

3. The opportunity to optimize the lifespan of your plumbing system – any faults in the system will put a strain on the various components of your home’s plumbing and can shorten their lifespan. Keeping them free from faults makes them last longer and keeps money in your wallet.

4. The reduction of risk for plumbing emergencies. Spotting hidden issues before they turn into major emergencies keeps you and your family safe, your home secure and reduces the chance of a large restoration bill.

5. The opportunity to save money by repairing minor leaks before they worsen.

What is a Plumbing Inspection?

During an inspection, our plumbers will examine the following components of your home’s plumbing system to check for any leaks, drainage problems, corrosion, cracks, clogs or other issues.

  • Faucets
  • Toilets
  • Showers and tubs
  • Supply lines
  • Drains
  • Piping
  • Garbage disposal lines and unit
  • Dishwasher
  • Water heater
  • Washing machine hoses and lines

 

Once our plumbers have completed their inspection, we will provide you with a summary of our findings and discuss possible recommendations to maintain your home’s plumbing system.

To ensure that you and your family are safe from unexpected plumbing emergencies, CONTACT Warrior Plumbing and Heating today to schedule an inspection.

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Get the Lead Out!

If you are living in a property built before 1978 you may be in danger.

“Lead-based paint and lead contaminated dust are the most hazardous sources of lead for U.S. children. Lead-based paints were banned for use in housing in 1978. All houses built before 1978 are likely to contain some lead-based paint. However, it is the deterioration of this paint that causes a problem.” CDC.gov

 

Sadly, too many families in Maryland are forced to choose between a home that is affordable and one that is healthy. At Warrior Plumbing and Heating, we believe that a home should be both. As of May 2019, Warrior Plumbing and Heating is certified through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to conduct lead-based paint renovation and repair for a healthy home at an affordable price.

What is LEAD?

According to the EPA, Lead is a naturally occurring element found in the earth’s crust. Lead’s density and ability to absorb vibration protects against harmful radiation. Despite this benefit, Lead can be highly toxic to humans and animals. Lead can be found both inside and outside of the home as deteriorated lead-paint can mix with household dust and soil.

Why is it DANGEROUS?

The toxic nature of lead can cause a range of health problems. Young children are especially vulnerable as their growing bodies are more sensitive to lead’s damaging effects. When lead is absorbed into the body, it can cause damage to the brain and other vital organs. Lead may also cause behavioral problems, learning disabilities, seizures and in extreme cases, death. Some symptoms of lead poisoning may include headaches, stomachaches, nausea, tiredness, and irritability. For children, there may be no symptoms at all.

What can be DONE about it?

The EPA recommends that homeowners take the following simple steps to lower the risk of exposure to lead:

  • Inspect and maintain all painted surfaces to prevent paint deterioration

  • Address water damage quickly and completely

  • Keep your home clean and dust-free

  • Clean around painted areas where friction can generate dust, such as doors, windows, and drawers. Wipe these areas with a wet sponge or rag to remove paint chips or dust

  • Use only cold water to prepare food and drinks

  • Flush water outlets used for drinking or food preparation

  • Clean debris out of outlet screens or faucet aerators on a regular basis

  • Wash children’s hands, bottles, pacifiers, and toys often

  • Teach children to wipe and remove their shoes and wash hands after playing outdoors

  • Ensure that your family members eat well-balanced meals as children with healthy diets absorb less lead.

 

The EPA’s final recommendation for home-owners is to ensure that any home renovation, repairs, or painting are conducted by a lead-safe certified contractor who can follow lead-safe work practices. Warrior Plumbing and Heating is proud to be a lead-safe EPA certified contractor. It is our goal to provide Baltimore, MD family homes with the affordable services needed to keep our families safe and healthy.


 

Related Resources

EPA Lead Information

Mayo Clinic Lead Information

Maryland’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Report

 

 

 

Resources for Veterans in MD

Veteran Challenges and Resources

Help for our fellow Vets

Resources for Veterans in MDAs a veteran-owned business, Warrior Plumbing and Heating recognizes and seeks to improve upon the obstacles faced by the estimated 371,000 Veteran brothers and sisters that call Maryland home.

In 2018 Warrior Plumbing introduced the “Help a Warrior” program which provides free plumbing and heating services to Baltimore area Veterans in need.

In early April of this year (2019), Warrior Plumbing and Heating attended the 2019 Year of the Maryland Veteran: Veteran and Military Families Celebration and Resource Fair. This was a community event organized by the Howard County Office of Veterans and Military Families and Howard County Commission for Veterans and Military Families. In an effort to celebrate “The Year of the Veteran” proclamation by our MD Governor, the event brought more than 40 government agencies, nonprofits, and veteran service organizations together.

 

The Challenges

Veterans and military families impacted by the traumatic experiences associated with war, face significant challenges that can have long-lasting negative effects.

Nearly 1 in 4 active duty members show signs of a mental health condition, according to a 2014 study in JAMA Psychiatry. The three primary mental health concerns that veterans typically encounter when serving in the military include:

  • PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) rates 15 times higher in veterans compared to civilians. PTSD is a mental health condition that may occur after an individual experiences or witnesses a traumatic event. While it is natural to feel afraid during and after a traumatic event, most people recover from initial symptoms naturally. Those who continue to experience symptoms may be diagnosed with PTSD.
  • Depression rates five times higher in veterans compared to civilians. Depression is more than just experiencing sadness. Depression does not mean a person is weak, nor is it something that an individual can simply “just get over.” Depression interferes with daily life and normal functioning which requires ongoing treatment. 
  • Veterans are also more at risk for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) compared to that of civilians. A TBI is usually the result of a significant blow to the head or body. Symptoms can include headaches, fatigue or drowsiness, memory problems, mood changes, and mood swings.

Returning veterans may come home to families that do not know what they have experienced. They may not be sure how best to help their loved one who is experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. As a result, they are often forced to learn ways to reintegrate back into society, as well as navigate the mental health systems on their own.

 

Helpful Resources

The agencies below provide critical services, programs, and employment opportunities for Maryland’s veteran community. Warrior Plumbing and Heating was proud to be a partner with the Veteran Friendly Business’ of Howard County program as one of the many supporting local community efforts and giving back to our veteran community.

 

Veterans in need of support can reach out to a number of Maryland resources:

          • Available 24/7, 365 days a year. Veteran service members and concerned loved ones may dial 1-800-273-8255 and press ‘one’ to receive help.
      1. Veteran Health Administration (VHA)
            • Provides healthcare to eligible Veterans
      1. Veteran Benefits Administration (VBA)
            • Oversees benefit distribution to eligible Veterans
            • Disability payments for injuries/illness sustained while in service
            • GI Bill and other vocational and educational resources
            • Staffed by the DHMH Behavioral Health Administration and a part of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
            • Regional Resource Coordinators are available 24/7 to assist with linking Veterans to resources and are devoted to helping Veterans and their families transition into healthy civilian life
            • Available by dialing 1-877- 770-4801
            • Works to improve the quality of life for individuals and their families in Maryland living with mental health issues. They provide free education and support groups for individuals and their families. We train individuals and families who have been through these experiences to connect as peers to those we serve. They work collaboratively with the VA and other military and veteran-connected organizations, agencies, and networks. Available online at www.namimd.org by dialing their warm line at 877-878-2371. Office hours are from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
            • Provide counseling, support, couples and family therapy to eligible Veterans

 

If you are or know, a US Veteran who is struggling in any way, PLEASE use the resources above. There is help for you. And if you are in the Baltimore area and need help with your plumbing or heating but can’t afford it, please apply for our Help a Warrior program.

Help a Warrior Program helping Baltimore area Veterans

Help A Warrior Program

Warrior Plumbing and Heating is helping Baltimore area Veterans

Help a Warrior Program serving Baltimore VeteransThis past December we were honored to provide plumbing services for Charles B. who served as a  Combat Engineer for the US Army.

Charles had problems with low water pressure in his home. We replaced a very old pressure reducing valve and no more low-pressure for Charles!

Here’s what Charles had to say when we were finished.

I was very proud of the (Warrior Plumbing) company in the way they treated a veteran. Your company made me feel very special and you were very professional and did a very good job. I am so glad that I found out about your program. Keep up the good work helping veterans. Thank you very much, Mr. Charles F. Black Sr.,   SGT. In the United State Army.

We have a simple application form available on our website and either Veterans or people who know Veterans can apply. We will confirm that the Veteran was honorably discharged (DD214 Certificate) and that they are in financial need. Read more…


New Services Coming this Month!

Warrior Plumbing is in the process of upgrading its drain cleaning services with the purchase of a new Sewer Machine. This can clear sewer lines of any size quickly and we have video inspection capability to easily determine if the line is damaged in any way.

Warrior Plumbing is also getting its Contractors License! We will be able to manage your construction projects and use subcontractors that we know are professional and honest.


Warrior Plumbing’s Latest Reviews

Joshua Ratner  February 4,  2019

“I have always had good experiences with Warrior; they are honest about what things will cost, what they think is worth repairing or addressing and have been quick to come out in emergencies and reliable for minor repairs and maintenance. I recommend them to friends often!”

Sabrina Mercado   February 7, 2019

“Amazing service! They were so polite and helpful. I had a frozen pipe on the weekend and they came within hours. Reasonably priced and very professional. Would recommend 100%.”

Lena Peel  February 5, 2019

“Warrior Plumbing and Heating is second to none- from their professionalism to their overall knowledge and experience. Brent was able to answer all of my questions! I’m so happy to have used their services and will highly recommend them to all of my friends and family. Thank you for a job well done!”

See more reviews on Google


Remodeling this Spring?

We specialize in Bath and Kitchen Remodels. Contact us to find out more!

Warrior Plumbing and Heating is Baltimore’s Honest and Trusted Plumbers

We are happy to fix your leaky faucet or replace your boiler. We work on all property types, new construction and remodels. There is no job too big or small for Warrior Plumbing and Heating!

Email and Passwords Hacked

STAYING SAFE ONLINE

Time to Update your PASSWORDS!

Yesterday it was reported that a single file containing 773 MILLION emails along with 21 MILLION passwords was posted on a popular hacker forum.

We know that this is not related to plumbing and heating or to our websites, however, when our incredible IT staff alerted us to this we knew that we had to let our Warrior Plumbing family and friends know.

WHAT CAN YOU DO?

Make sure that you check EVERY PASSWORD you use, especially if you use the same one for multiple sites (which is a very BAD practice). The data includes many hacks for over the years so be sure and check old email addresses and passwords.

1: Use this link to check if any of your email addresses are on the list.

2: Use this link to check if any of your passwords are on the list.

If your email and passwords are on the list CHANGE YOUR PASSWORDS IMMEDIATELY!

To see the original article Click Here

HERE ARE SOME STEPS TO STAY SAFE ONLINE

Be Aware of Phishing Scams

That most loathsome of tactics — phishing — is when cybercriminals try to trick, intimidate, or pressure you through social engineering into unwittingly doing what they want. A phishing email may tell you (falsely) that there’s something wrong with your credit card account. It will direct you to click a link, which takes you to a phony website built to resemble your credit card company. The scammers stand by with bated breath, hoping the ruse is working and that you’ll now enter your password. Once you do, they have it.

Phishing scams can try to ensnare you through phone calls too. Be leery of any robocall you get claiming to be about your credit card account. Notice the recorded greeting doesn’t specify which credit card it’s calling about. It’s a sort of test to see if you hang up right away or if they’ve got you “hooked.” If you stay on the line, you will be connected to a real person who will do what they can to wheedle as much sensitive data out of you as possible, including your passwords.

Follow These Simple Password Rules

ALWAYS Use Different Passwords for Different Accounts

It can be tempting to use the same password for every account, so we don’t forget our passwords. However, this makes it easier for hackers to break into a multitude of accounts. Diversify your passwords by using a different password for every account.

Use Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication can help keep accounts and data safe from hackers. This highly effective safety precaution measure requires you to input a PIN that gets sent to you via an email, SMS or app. Consequently, two-factor authentication protects from stolen passwords and prevents an external person from accessing systems and accounts.

Use a Password Manager

More and more businesses and professionals are using password managers as a means of practicing high levels of security and to help keep their sanity. With password managers, you only need to remember one password, as the password manager stores and even create passwords for your different accounts, automatically signing you in when you log on. There are several free ones online.

Create A Strong Password

Strong passwords make it significantly more difficult for hackers to crack and break into systems. Strong passwords are considered over 8 characters in length and comprise of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols.

Don’t Change Them So Dang Often

Don’t change passwords too often. Passwords are hard. They should be! But it’s better to go through the trouble of making one good one, and sticking with it, then to expect to be able to turn over that many special characters more often than you do the pages on a wall calendar.

Avoid Bunching Numbers and Symbols Together

One good password practice that often goes overlooked it to spread numbers and symbols throughout the password instead of bunching them together, which makes it easier for the password to be hacked.

Steer Clear from the Obvious

Having an ‘obvious’ password, such as 12345 or password1, makes it easy for hackers to compromise. Instead, come up with unique passwords that steer clear of personal information, like your date of birth or child’s name.

Test Your Password

Ensure your password is strong by putting it through an online testing tool. Microsoft’s Safety & Security Center has a password testing tool to help businesses and individuals come up with passwords that are less likely to be hacked.

Refrain from Using Dictionary Words

Sophisticated hackers have programs that search through tens of thousands of dictionary words. Help prevent your business from being the victim of a dictionary attack program by avoiding using dictionary words. Instead, opt for random passwords.


PLEASE SHARE THIS with your friends and family and if you have older relatives or neighbors consider assisting them with this.

Thank you,

The Warrior Family


Boiler Safety

Boiler Inspection, Repair, Installation in Baltimore, MTragically every year there are injuries and deaths caused by boilers. These can be caused by carbon monoxide poisoning, fire or explosion. Boiler Safety should be a priority for home and business owners

A properly maintained boiler (12 years old or less) is the BEST defense against the possibility of this happening to you or your loved ones.

If your boiler is 15 years or older you should be making plans to replace it. Increased maintenance and repair costs in addition to higher heating costs (due to older boiler’s inefficiency) should make the decision an easy one.

No matter what type of boiler you have, just like your car, it needs regular maintenance in order to perform well.

 

Boiler Safety: Repair or Replace?

Here are a few symptoms of an ailing boiler.

AGE: Most boilers can last 15 years with proper maintenance. If your boiler is 15 years or older and not giving you any of the problems we list below, great! We just recommend that you begin shopping for a replacement and maybe put it in your budget for next fall. It is SO much better to NOT have your old boiler suddenly fail in cold weather… and remember that newer models being more efficient will lower your utility bills.

COSTS: Do a quick audit of your winter energy bills over the last 3 years. If you are seeing a steady rise in your costs it could well be that your boiler is losing its efficiency. Schedule a boiler inspection with us and we will let you know if your best option is to repair or replace.

LEAKS: Once a boiler starts leaking it’s a good indication that the unit is weakening or damaged. Leaks will most likely increase and if not addressed could lead to a sudden failure.

REPAIRS: Older boilers (like cars) can increasingly need repairs. These may be minor and not be too expensive but can add up over time. Not all boilers are created equal. Some can provide years of service needing only minor repairs but eventually, they all need replacing.

THERMOSTAT: Has your heating been increasingly inconsistent? Are certain rooms too hot while others are too cold? Do you find that you have to get up often to adjust the temperature to stay comfortable? If so, you may need to simply replace your thermostat, or if your thermostat is fine you’ll need to have your boiler inspected.

YELLOW FLAME: Your boiler flames need to be BLUE. Any other color than Blue means the gas is not burning completely. That is not only inefficient but DANGEROUS as it means that carbon monoxide is being released into your home. In small amounts, this gas can cause dull headaches, laziness, nausea, shortness of breath, confusion and blurred vision. In larger amounts, this odorless, colorless gas becomes a Silent Killer which devastates families every year.

IF YOU HAVE YELLOW (ORANGE or GREEN) FLAMES ON ANY OF YOUR GAS APPLIANCES SHUT THEM OFF. 

Call a certified plumber (if you are in the Baltimore MD area contact us!) and have the appliance inspected before continued usage. Please Don’t Risk harming yourself or your loved ones! 

 

Schedule You Boiler Inspection Now

 

 

5 Star Rated Baltimore Plumbing

5 Star Reviews

Warrior Plumbing and Heating Reviews

We love helping Baltimore area residents and business owners with their plumbing and heating needs. Our goal is to always deliver professional high-quality work at a reasonable cost. More and more we are seeing feedback from our clients that shows we are succeeding.

Below you will see our online reviews from last month (July 2018) taken from both Google and Facebook. We are so happy with our satisfied clients and that we are being able to fulfill our company Mission Statement: We at Warrior Plumbing believe in providing excellent plumbing services through our dedication to Honesty, Integrity, and Respect. But most of all we believe in giving back to the Combat Wounded Veteran Community. When you choose Warrior you choose to support wounded veterans in your community.

 

H. Snyder

a week ago   5 Stars
“This was an easy review to write about Brent Goldsmith and his team. We discovered a water line break at our residence when we returned home one evening. We called Brent and he scheduled an appointment the next day, as he considered this an emergency. He came out promptly, diagnosed the problem, turned off the water and provided an estimate for repair that evening with a start date. This repair required coordination with an excavation company familiar with this problem that would not destroy the lawn or driveway.
The repair was made as described. The team was prompt, courteous and professional. Brent and Warrior Plumbing and Heating are a wonderful company to work with.
Brent was instrumental in the filing of our insurance claim, which resulted in a substantial percentage of the costs being reimbursed by the insurance company. We highly recommend Warrior Plumbing and Heating.”

Christina Enoch

a week ago 5 Stars
“Fast and reliable!”

JCL INVESTMENTS

a week ago 5 Stars
“Brent and his crew has done exceptional work for us. We manage many properties all over the Baltimore Metro Area and they were always detailed, attentive, prompt, and most importantly do things correctly. Quality A+ work! Highly recommend them.”

Cherie Marvel

2 weeks ago  5 Stars
“Competent, punctual, quick turnaround time, communicative with scheduling. Reasonable rates.”

Mark Whitaker

2 weeks ago   5 Stars
Brent and his team were great to work with on building our new shower. Responsive, friendly, and quality work!

Sue Heether

3 weeks ago  5 Stars
I called Warrior on a recommendation from a neighbor for a plumber. I had a small job the needed repair on the exterior of my house. They answered and though it was not an emergency we’re here in an hour. They introduced themselves and went to work. The work was well done and they were kind and energetic. I will use them again and again. So glad I asked a neighbor.”

Suzanne Cefalu

a month ago 5 Stars
“Brent just installed new faucets in our home and he did a stellar job! He was quick and efficient! If you need plumbing work done, I would highly recommend Warrior!”

Laura Young

a month ago 5 Stars
“Great service! Called and received same day repair, even though we’re a hike from their location. Quick and professional work, with very reasonable pricing. Thank you very much!”

Pam Williams reviewed Warrior Plumbing and Heating, Inc. — 5 star

July 13 at 8:14 AM