Why you'll love Above All Plumbing?
Water from the main supply is immediately ready for your cold water needs. The hot water supply, however, requires another step. One pipe carries water from the cold water system to your water heater. From the heater, a hot water line carries the heated water to all the fixtures, out-lets, and appliances that require hot water.
A thermostat on the heater maintains the temperature you select by turning the device's heating elements on and off as required. The normal temperature setting for a home water heater is between 140 degrees F and 160 degrees F, but 120 degrees F is usually adequate and is also more economical. Some automatic dishwashers require higher temperature water, though many of these have a water heater within them that boosts the temperature another 20 degrees F.
WELCOME TO ABOVE ALL PLUMBING
ABOVE ALL PLUMBING
Welcome to Above All Plumbing, Heating, & Cooling, your trusted source for HVAC & plumbing services at an honest price. We're proud to stand behind the quality of our work with a 100% guarantee on all services, so you can rest assured that you're getting the best value for your dollar. If you're not completely satisfied, you don't pay a dime!
We are a full-service heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and plumbing company, so whether you're having a problem with your heating system, boiler, AC unit or plumbing, we can help. Our expert staff is on call 24/7 to provide fast and reliable service to Northern New Jersey residents.
So whether your HVAC & plumbing needs are big, small, commercial or residential, count on us for professional and affordable service every time. For more information or to receive a free estimate, call today.
Plumbing follows the basic laws of nature -- gravity, pressure, water seeking its own level. Knowing this, you can understand its "mysteries" and make dozens of fixes to your home's plumbing system. You can save yourself time, trouble, and money!
The plumbing system in your home is composed of two separate subsystems. One subsystem brings freshwater in, and the other takes wastewater out. The water that comes into your home is under pressure. It enters your home under enough pressure to allow it to travel upstairs, around corners, or wherever else it's needed. As water comes into your home, it passes through a meter that registers the amount you use.
The main water shutoff, or stop, valve is typically located close to the meter. In a plumbing emergency, it's vital that you quickly close the main shutoff valve. Otherwise, when a pipe bursts, it can flood your house in no time. If the emergency is confined to a sink, tub, or toilet, however, you may not want to turn off your entire water supply. Therefore, most fixtures should have individual stop valves.