Putman Plumbing is very trustworthy and professional. Gordon Heissler
Everywhere you look these days, prices seem to be going up. That’s why we’d like to pass along methods and ways to save in 2012. For starters, we’d like to mention ways to save money on some plumbing-related household items.
Here are a few ways we’d like to help you this year in your money-saving endeavors:
Request a whole-home maintenance inspection. Ensure your home doesn’t have any unknown plumbing leaks and help deter surprise, expensive plumbing repairs. In short, take care of any repairs before they turn into large, damaging ones.
• Consider updating your appliances to more energy-efficient models, especially if they are older models or outdated. Many newer models use less water and operate more efficiently. Do yourself and the environment a favor and seek out ENERGY STAR Qualified Products*.
• Enjoy 10% – 20% less energy use with a tankless water heater than that of a traditional tank model.
• Enroll in a local plumbing program, such as the one we offer at Putman Plumbing & Heating, called our PutmanPlus Membership program. This membership entitles you to special savings on costly plumbing repairs, annual whole-system and equipment inspections, a top-of-the-line 100% satisfaction guarantee, and special saving offers!
For more information on questions related to plumbing issues in and around your home, or ways we can help you save on your energy or plumbing costs, call a Middletown Plumbing Company that cares, call Putman Plumbing & Heating at 301.371.4395 or click here.
* To find out more about Energy Star Qualified Products, click here.