Professional Plumbing serves Charleston, SC and all surrounding areas. With years of experience and an established, trusted presence in the local community, we guarantee complete satisfaction with every service and for every customer we have the pleasure of doing business with. However, although we could go on and on explaining to you why we truly are the highest rated plumbing company in town you should always come to with all of your residential and commercial plumbing needs, we figured you’d rather hear it from our customers instead.[...]
Now Hiring Experienced Plumbers!
Professional Plumbing is currently hiring experienced plumbers. For more information on the position available and how to apply, please read the job description below.
Position: Residential Service Plumber
- 3-years minimum in residential service plumbing
- Local to the Charleston, SC area
- Have reliable transportation
- Be able to pass background and drug test
Pay: $1,200 paid weekly ($62,400 annual salary)
Description: Professional Plumbing is currently looking to hire a customer service minded residential service plumber. Must be able to diagnose and repair and/or replace all facets of residential plumbing services, drain clearing, jetting, etc.[...]
Are you currently in the process of remodeling your kitchen or bathroom? Are you planning on remodeling your kitchen or bathroom soon? There’s a lot more that goes into a remodel than just picking out the best looking counters, appliances and products. This list of remodeling tips and advice is sure to help you avoid plumbing problems as you redecorate your home!
List of Remodeling Tips and Plumbing Advice
When deciding on new counter top, make sure to be aware of the possible unintended consequences of your decision.
One of the most important remodeling tips we could give you. A thicker counter top may not work with the faucet you pick out. Most faucets are designed for a “deck height”, which refers to counter tops with a thickness of 1” or less. A lot of granite counter tops now being produced are closer to 1 1/4″ in thickness. Either a different faucet will have to be purchased, or a faucet extension kit specifically for that manufacturer and style will need to be installed.[...]
Whether it’s a small fix or a complete plumbing disaster, it’s important to be prepared and have everything you need when needed. Every building and household should have a plumbing tool kit ready to go and at their side, and we’ve put together a list of all items that you should have to ensure you’re prepared to take on any plumbing problems that may arise; no matter how big or small.
The plunger isn’t called the plumber’s best friend for nothing. One of the most commonly used and needed plumbing tools that every household should have equip and ready to go when needed, is a plunger. For only $5-$10, this handy tool is an easy, quick fix to the typical clogged toilet, and can usually fix a clog in as little as less than 1 minute. Aside from toilet clogs, plungers can also come in handy when unclogging sinks, tubs, showers and floor drains.[...]