Are you searching for a plumbing company that values your time? Do you need emergency heating repair? As Bedford's Residential Service Specialists, Paul the Plumber handles all of your plumbing, heating and air conditioning needs. We offer up-front pricing and a 2-year, parts and labor warranty on all of our services! Call us any time for all your plumbing, heating and ac needs!
Our available services include:
- Drain Cleaning Services
- Water Heater Services
- Gas Line Services
- Furnace Repair*
- Emergency AC Services*
- Boiler Services
- AC Filter Repair
- Furnace Replacement
- And more!
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Why Should You Switch to a Tankless Water Heater?
Lots of people have decided to make the switch to a tankless water heater. If you too are considering installing a tankless water heater in your home, Paul The Plumber is here to help you!
Here are some reasons you might consider installing a tankless heater:
- They take up less space than traditional water heaters.
- There is no wait time for hot water from your fixtures with a tankless unit.
- They come equipped with many safety features, so they are safer for you and your loved ones.
- Since they aren’t heating a whole tank of water that may not even be used, they are more environmentally friendly and cost-efficient.
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Your Local Heating and Furnace Experts
Do you find yourself continually calling a heating and air conditioning company to come and repair your furnace? Is your Furnace more than 15 years old? Is your heater cracked, or rusted? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it may be time you called Paul The Plumber and asked about furnace replacement.
If your furnace is old, it's heat exchanger is more likely to crack. If your heater is cracked, it could be spilling toxic Carbon Monoxide (or CO2) into your home, putting you and your loved ones at deadly risk. If you see soot streaks around your furnace, if your flue pipes are rusting, if your walls, windows, or other surfaces have excess moisture on them, then you may have a CO2 leak in your home.
Paul The Plumber offers furnace repair* for precisely this reason. Give us a call today to speak to one of our friendly heating and air conditioning contractors about replacing your furnace!
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AC tune on three systems, one mini split with two heads and two conventional with hi velocity air handlers. Mini split: Washed down outside condenser and removed filter and front covers from both heads and rinsed/cleaned both. Tested condensate and both heads drain out to under the deck. Head 1 Return temp 65.8 Supply 45.1 Delta 20.7 Head 2 Return temp 68 Supply temp 48.2 Delta 19.8 Main floor Washed down outside condenser Checked filter fiber media and clean Checked electrical compartment, nothing loose and in good condition Checked capacitor 45/5 checked out at 39.8x4.9 Outdoor temp 66.6 Return temp 66.9 Supply temp 42.4 Delta 24.5 Sub cool a bit high as per charts but load in house was a bit low, spoke to customer said unit cleaned 2 years back and no issues so far. Rather leave as is vs removing charge. Unit in crawl under house and access thru closet Second floor system Washed down condenser Checked and cleaned fiber filter (this one is located in
AC is not working properly Inconstant cool issue, had tech out to look at system cleaned outdoor unit and did temp checks and all numbers look good. Customer said on the hotter day lost the cooling had air flow but no cool. Did an inspection and temp checks and other then finding water in lower cabinet of furnace number look ok. Delta tee 21 degrees and the superheat is in specs and holding with in 1 degree even after a 25 minute run cycle. Vsat below freezing temp and we are getting ice buildup on suction line, access is very poor to coil. Clay to follow up with Chris C on system R22.
Arrived to customers home to find that there counter guy tried hooking up the plumbing drainage underneath the kitchen sink and it was back pitching and leaking. I first removed all the leaking tubular drainage. I then removed the old basket strainer once I realized it was to long for me to get my pitch. I then ran out to grab a couple things that i needed. When I returned I then installed a new basket strainer, trap and piped over to the garbage disposal. Once completed I then tied back into the stack drain. I then filled sink 3-4 times checking for leaks. All was good no leaks. Also gave quotes on a bunch of stuff throughout the home. 2 year warranty on parts and labor provided.
Central AC not performing Arrived to customers home to look at AC, has a Unico system, not a traditional setup. The system is roughly 20 years old. Project manager to come out to give an estimate on replacing this system.
New water main shut off The reason main needed to be changed was to get the unit shut off replaced. The condition of the existing valve was needing replacement as well. In total there were two shut offs that were replaced today and the expected estimate was for one Turned water off to whole complex and drained out. Cut into water line and drained excess water out of the line away from the electrical meters. Located the new valve in a place where future replacement is possible and got it away from the meter as well. Customer has a two year warranty on parts provided and labor as well.