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24-Hour Service

Monday-Saturday, Sunday after 1 pm
I Sam 2:30a “Those who honor me, I will honor…”
301-371-4395
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Give Your Bathroom New Life in the New Year

As we end 2017, it’s a good time to start thinking about changes you’d like to make in the New Year — including changes to your home. The bathroom is a great place to start. Whether you make minor cosmetic changes or a major transformation to your bathroom, you’ll be sure to enjoy it. Here are […]

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Winter Plumbing Tips From Putman

With snow expected in Frederick County and throughout Maryland tomorrow, and temperatures dropping into the teens next week, it’s a good time to remind area residents how to protect your plumbing in winter weather. As much as we love the business, it’s best to be proactive and be prepared if you want to keep your […]

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We Have a Lot to be Thankful For

Putman Plumbing is thankful for another year in business, and that’s all because of our faithful customers like you! We’re also thankful to have modern plumbing in our country including comfortable toilets, private warm showers, and clean drinking water. These are luxuries that not everyone has, so we should all be thankful for them. (To get a better understanding of […]

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Is Your Home Ready for Thanksgiving Guests?

If you’re hosting a big dinner for Thanksgiving, you probably already have a lot on your plate (see what we did there?). But besides grocery shopping and planning where out of town guests will sleep, you should also make sure no big problems will come up with a house full of people. If you notice […]

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Don’t Put Pumpkins Down the Sink or Garbage Disposal!

Carving jack-o-lanterns is a favorite Halloween activity for lots of Frederick County families. But a common misconception is that it’s okay to put pumpkin guts down the garbage disposal or drain. The slimy, stringy pulp can harden and cause clogged drains, and can get wrapped around the garbage disposal blade and cause damage. And just as no nuts should […]

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Reasons for Low Water Pressure in Your Frederick County Home

Low water pressure can affect everything and everyone in your household. It can make rinsing dishes take forever. It can mean your clothes don’t get thoroughly rinsed in the washing machine. It can make it impossible to run two showers at the same time, throwing off your entire morning schedule. Sometimes water pressure problems can […]

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Scary Plumbing Noises You Shouldn’t Ignore

As we approach October in Frederick County, you may be making plans to head to one of the spooky seasonal activities nearby. Whether you’re heading to Zombie Paintball at Crumland Farms, a Ghost Tour at Brewer’s Alley, or going to see Into the Woods at Frederick Community College, we hope you have a scary good […]

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Know Where to Get Safe Drinking Water in an Emergency

September is National Preparedness Month, established by FEMA as a reminder that families should have a plan in case of a natural disaster or other unexpected event. Considering the recent outbreaks of hurricanes in the Atlantic, it’s a good idea to discuss how your household would handle such a disaster if it happens in Frederick County. […]

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How You Can Help Houston Flood Victims

We at Putman Plumbing are sending up many prayers for southern Texas residents affected by Hurricane Harvey. Although Frederick County is many miles away, we’d like to share some ways you can help Texas flood victims without leaving your home. Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has established this fund that will accept tax deductible […]

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Eclipse Viewing in Frederick County

It’s been 99 years since a total solar eclipse passed through the United States. This Monday, August 21, the moon will cover 80% of the sun in Frederick County. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for children and adults to experience, so try to be outdoors when it happens — if you have safe […]

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