Today's blog is only to appreciate our fine staff and how much they mean to us. Our office staff work hard every day to ensure our customers are satisfied and taken care of. There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes when dealing with customers, their plumbing issues, how to work the schedule when emergencies occur, making sure our customers are satisfied, and the list goes on and on. So much more happens on the day to day that doesn't even have to do with customers and service, but running the business itself, making sure everything is set up for success!
Our plumbers are a special group that truly cares about the company they work for and our customers. Day to day, they are in constant communication with our dispatcher making sure we do our best to service our customers to the highest degree possible. They do honest, quality work which is what we stand by.
The plumbing trade requires experience on a manual, technological and "know-how" level. Plumbing has been around for centuries and we're pretty sure the technology we have today is highly appreciated. We've heard and seen it all (a lot anyway) and are always happy to help!
We are so proud of our staff, who is a great team and family...we couldn't be more happy to celebrate them all on the same day! A BIG, HUGE THANK YOU TO YOU ALL!
Don't let the cool weather fool you! As we've seen the last couple weeks, the grass is getting greener and the rain has made its presence. Spring is a great time of year after a long cold winter, but with Spring, comes rain, and sometimes, lots of it! We recommend you check your basements frequently. If you have had water in your basement before, you might consider a sump pump installation. If you have a sump pump and experience problems, it might just be time to replace it. Nobody wants to deal with water damage, but having a good running sump pump can save thousands of dollars in damage and your own personal time cleaning up messes. We make the process as painless as possible and are happy to help with any questions regarding sump pumps, issues with them, if you need one, etc. Thanks for reading our blog today and hope everyone has a Happy Spring!
This time of year a lot of people tend to want their hard earned tax refunds to go into a remodeling project in their home. We have been over before, about contractors and making sure they are licensed in your city and are making the project flow smoothly for you. Here at Full Nelson Plumbing, Inc., we make the remodel experience just that, smooth. Although hiccups can happen, our customers are aware of what is happening throughout the entire process so there are no surprises. If you use a general contractor, once again, make sure they are licensed in your city especially if permits are required. Call us anytime to discuss your remodeling ideas and we would be more than happy to set up a time to come out and take a look!
Even though it is still Fall, the temperatures have plummeted this past week. Usually, this drastic change catches people by surprise. We have talked about this before, but now that the freezing temps are here, please remember to secure any exposed piping with heat tape or some kind of insulation. Make sure outside faucets do not have the hose attached to it.
Know where your main shut off valve is. This is very important if you get a burst pipe due to freezing.
We are here 24-7 to assist in any way we can with cold weather issues. Do not get caught off guard as it can lead to destructive and costly issues in your home. Contact us at fullnelsoninc.com/contact or call at 816-420-9697. Thank you and have a great weekend!
Once again, fall has arrived and we get an extra hour coming up this weekend! With that, comes cold weather. Don't get caught off guard! We offer winterizing services to keep your home safe and secure during what can be very drastic freezing temperatures.
Keep in mind during those freezing temps, to check on your exposed pipes. First off, locate your main shut off valve...if you do get a frozen water line and it bursts, you will want to be able to shut off your water!
For prevention, you can wrap exposed pipes in heat tape or some sort of insulation to help keep them from freezing. Drafty windows, garage spaces, exterior walls, and crawl spaces, should be checked for pipes that could be exposed to the cold weather and potentially cause a serious problem for you.
When we hit below freezing temps and you have a burst pipe, it becomes an emergency fast! Take prevention steps now.
We will be happy to come out and help with prevention as well, and we offer winterization services! See our specials at fullnelsoninc.com/specials for more information. Hopefully, this article will help you prevent emergency situations this winter!
Have a great week everyone!
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