West Deptford NJ Water Heater Replacement & Installation Services Launched

Hempsey’s Plumbing and Heating, a West Deptford based licensed plumbing contractor, updated its range of water heater repair and replacement services for clients in West Deptford, Deptford, Logan and Washington Township and the surrounding areas.

West Deptford, United States - February 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Hempsey’s Plumbing and Heating, a licensed plumbing contractor based in West Deptford, New Jersey, announced the launch of an updated range of water heater repair and replacement services for clients in West Deptford, Deptford, Logan and Washington Township and the surrounding areas. The company has over 25 years of experience providing top-quality plumbing and drain services, including leaking shower, faucet and bathroom repairs, water pipe installation, repair and maintenance, and many more.

More information can be found at https://hempseysplumbingandheating.com.

Water heaters are an essential piece to every home so it is very important to have a professional plumber installing a new tank or taking care of an emergency. Hempsey’s Plumbing and Heating technicians are experienced and highly qualified for any plumbing issue and can repair and replace different types of water heaters.

For the month of February, the company is giving a $50 discount on all water heater replacement installations. In addition, they offer rebates up to $400.00 available on some USA Water Heater models.

Regardless of what option clients choose, Hempsey’s Plumbing and Heating’s experienced plumbers will professionally install all types of tanks and leave the area just as they found it as cleanliness is always a priority for them.

The family owned and operated business is licensed, bonded and insured. Their professionalism has earned them a solid reputation as one of the area’s most reliable plumbing companies.

The recent announcement is part of the company’s commitment to constantly improve their repair, restoration and installation services to exceed their clients’ expectations.

A satisfied client said: “Exceptional service – I couldn’t be happier with the result. Hempsey’s Plumbing and Heating are extremely professional and knowledgeable. We had been dreading getting work done because we expected a grueling process, but it ended up being nothing of the sort. It was done so quickly and in such an organized manner – everything down to the caulk was impeccable. I would definitely recommend their services.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +1-856-848-5692.

Contact Info:
Name: Phil Hempsey
Organization: Hempseys Plumbing and Heating
Address: 1353 Crown Pt Rd, West Deptford, NJ 08086, United States
Phone: +1-856-848-5692
Website: https://hempseysplumbingandheating.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 481470

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