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Leaving #BergenCounty? Do Your Own DIY Plumbing Inspection

Did you know that moving in New Jersey mandates a plumbing inspection of your house or property? As a homeowner, it pays to know what you can do to inspect your own house and plumbing to fix any major or minor problems ahead of time and save yourself unnecessary costs on plumbing repairs after a professional inspects your plumbing. Posts like this can help! Inspections & Movin' Out Leaving #BergenCounty? New Jersey, whether it's a change of jobs, costs of commuting or high real estate taxes that are only deductible to the $10,000 limit on a Federal Tax return, is [...]

Heating System Startup

Muccia Plumbing, Heating and AC has already begun to get calls to schedule a heating system startup. It makes sense and it's worth spending a few moments understanding what we do and why you should care. Understanding the complex heating system and why it needs an annual startup Your heating system is a complex machine. It includes a variety of devices that check for fuel pressure, water level, water pressure, valves, zones, pumps and more. These devices and indicators are specific to your system, and are meant to take care of each part of your home or business with a [...]

PEX and the Home Inspection

PEX - easier, cheaper, and more pliable than copper. But while generally assumed to be an adequate replacement for copper, during a home inspection it is imperative to know whether or not it is acceptable as a water supply piping material This creates a potential defect during the home inspection prior to a purchase. First, the very use of PEX may not be approved as acceptable to code. Will PEX alone be considered a code violation? Most likely not, as defects and code violations are not exactly the same. Depending on the town and the code on their books, it seems [...]

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