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Faucets - Garbage Disposals - Gas Piping

Faucets

These days, options for your home’s faucets are just as abundant as types of carpet, paint colors or even window treatments. Various options include single, two or three handle, pull out spray, body spray, slide bar or spa, and the list goes on.

Gas Piping

Some of the greatest dangers around your home may be unseen – such as gas leaks. The gas supplied by your local gas company for your stove or heater has a strong odor added to them so you can smell leaks.

Garbage Disposals

A garbage disposal is an essential appliance for all kitchens. If you want a product that’s easy to install and is very reliable, contact Raegan at Atlantic Green today to help determine which size would be most appropriate for your kitchen.

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Pumps

Sump Pumps - Sewer Ejector Pumps - Submersible Well Pumps

Sump Pumps

A sump pump is used to remove water that has accumulated in a sump pit, usually located in a home’s basement.

Sewer Ejector Pump

Adding a bathroom or laundry room to your basement? If so, you will most likely need a sewer ejector pump up system.

Submersible Well Pumps

Submersible well pumps place all the major pump components at the bottom of the well allowing for greater efficiency in the operation of the motor and enabling pumping from much greater depths.

Toilets

Clogs – Running Toilets - Old and inefficient Toilets

Clogs

Have you ever had that helpless feeling when a toilet won’t flush, and you find yourself starting to panic as the water in the bowl starts spilling onto the floor?

Running Toilets

An easy sign to know if you have a running toilet is if you hear water running for extended time after flushing.

Old and inefficient Toilets

Any toilet that was manufactured before 1994 is more likely wasting water and more importantly, wasting your money.

WATER HEATERS

Gas and Electric Water Heaters – TANKLESS WATER HEATERS - WATER PRESSURE

Gas and Electric Water Heaters

If you own a house, you own a water heater. If you’re like most home owners, you probably don't spend much time thinking about the water heater until, one morning, you go to take a shower and there's no hot water.

TANKLESS WATER HEATERS

Endless supply – because water is heated as you need it, there is no waiting for the storage tank to fill and reheat.

WATER PRESSURE

For most of us, our water comes from a municipal water system, where it’s usually extracted from various groundwater sources and treated to remove impurities.