Almost every room in your home has access to plumbing, and even rooms like your bedroom have adjacent access. From showering, to brushing our teeth, to doing laundry, to cooking, most of our daily activities require water. Despite this fact, most homeowners don’t know a ton about their plumbing. But knowing how to shut your water off can become essential very quickly in the case of emergencies. It can also be helpful if you’re doing some quick DIY plumbing that you learned in our eBook or in one of our blogs.
Your home isn't only the refuge where you go to rest, recharge, and enjoy your family. Your home is an investment of both finances and time, and may be the largest investment you ever make. A comfortable, renovated home is a joy to live in, as well as an expenditure that will repay your efforts down the line in the event of sale or appraisal.
As a homeowner, whether you’re new to it or you’ve been in the same house for 20+ years, you already know that a house needs attention to look its best and give back to your family. While you probably spend considerable time and money on your home, one area you might be neglecting is your pipes.
Your dishwasher, your washing machine, and your shower: you use these amenities just about every day, and they all have at least one thing in common – they use hot water. If you own a tank water heater, did you know that it uses energy not simply to heat the water as you are using it, but also when you are not using it? This results in wasted energy and wasted money as well.
If you're like most people you know how frustrating plumbing problems can be in the summer. Warm weather can present a different set of challenges than cooler weather, causing unique plumbing issues to occur. These issues can be anything from a clogged disposal to your sprinklers not operating correctly. Luckily, you don't have to suffer anymore. Below is a collection of common summer plumbing issues and their solutions.
Water damage in your home can be catastrophic. What starts as a small leak can quickly turn into damaged walls, ruined floors, and thousands of dollars’ worth of furniture repairs – if it can be salvaged at all.
However, homeowners don’t have to allow a little leak to turn into a major problem. To avoid serious issues, though, you’ll need to know more about your home and how you can get your water off if or when you spring a leak.
Bill Fenwick Plumbing is a business in the service industry that has been serving the needs of business owners and homeowners across Northeast Florida since 1969. Like most home experts, our clients are the most important part of our business. Making sure that our clients are always happy is our top priority and has enables our company to remain in business nearly fifty years!
Now, more than ever, in the digitally connected world in which we live, it is important that our company always takes all of our customers' needs into consideration. Unfortunately, from time to time, we do encounter a customer who just is not completely satisfied with our service, no matter how well we perform.
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Digital and mobile platforms like Facebook, Yelp, the Better Business Bureau, Angie’s List and many more, have been a great place for our satisfied customers to express their approval of our longstanding history of quality work in Northeast Florida.
With our modern, digital lifestyles, a company’s reputation these days is defined largely by what appears from a Google search result or on social media. Nowadays, it is more important than ever for businesses to maintain and develop their online reputation.
But, from time to time, a customer has left us a bad review. Because, let’s face it, the longer you are in business, and the more customers you have dealt with, the chances increase that someone will inevitably leave a bad review. Plus, technology has brought the world together. On the rare occasion that a customer has decided to write a bad review about us online, Fenwick Plumbing has addressed their concerns.
Ever hear the sound of water dripping but you don't know where it is exactly? Fortunately there are plumbing leak solutions that are simple, effective, and don't cost much money. Most issues can be handled by oneself although on occasion you may need the help of a professional. Below is a collection of DIY tips to make your life easier should the day come when you must face a dreaded plumbing problem.
Today’s families keep schedules which don’t allow for too many changes. Pausing your day to unclog drains can slow you down and disrupt everyone’s plans. There’s got to be an easier way to handle your plumbing problems!
Bill Fenwick Plumbing, Inc understands your need for fast, thorough service. Bill Fenwick Plumbing has been serving residential and commercial plumbing needs in and around the Jacksonville area for nearly 50 years. Our customers satisfaction is the reason we remain Northeast Florida’s go-to plumbing service.