I am very well pleased with the work performed by A & E Mechanical Corp. on converting my house from an oil boiler to a gas boiler. Work was completed as efficiently as possible as I was told it would be. I have not had any problems so far with the work done by A & E. Well Done. Highly recommended company and I will always have their number on hand.
There are all types of leaks around the home. Plumbing leaks include the running toilet, dripping faucet, broken water line, cracked drain line, leaking water heater and damaged sewer line. You can rely on our leak repair professionals to locate and repair every type of leak in and around your home. A&E’s skilled experts utilize state-of-the-art equipment to pinpoint and diagnose all types of leaks to minimize damage and waste.
Some leaks, like a dripping faucet, usually don’t require immediate service, but water pouring into your basement from a broken water line or cracked water heater is an emergency. A&E offers 24-hour service for just those types of emergencies.
We can repair dripping faucets and other minor leaks at your convenience. However, even a minor leak can waste 2,000 to 20,000 gallons of water in your home. Those drips drive up your water bill and waste one of our most precious resources. The EPA reports that a trillion gallons of water leaks from U.S. homes annually.
Some water leaks may go undetected for years because the source of the leak is not visible. Water supply lines to toilets, showers, tubs and sinks are usually located behind walls, under floors and in the ground. Toilets are a common source of leaks as they leak silently.
A damaged sewer line can leak raw sewage into the surrounding ground, potentially causing unsanitary conditions around your home for children and pets. Sometimes sewer line leaks can contaminate the fresh water supply.
A&E’s plumbers are leak repair experts! Our plumbing professionals will get to the source of the problem quickly. A leak repair is simple and easy for a trained plumber.