When Pete Peterman decided to start his own heating and cooling contracting business in 1986, he knew he would have to do one thing above all, and that was go above and beyond to ensure his customers were satisfied.
How much water does a home use on a daily basis? Five or more minutes in the shower, a couple minutes brushing your teeth, flushing the toilet numerous times throughout the day, running the dishwasher or doing a load of laundry?
Spencer Bell has been a fan of HoldRite plumbing brackets and the TESTRITE DWV testing system for years. So recently, when he heard that HoldRite had innovated the cast-in-place firestop sleeve process, he didn’t waste time learning more about it.
David Sparling started working for his father’s plumbing company in 1979. By the time Sparling took over the small family business, known as Sparling Plumbing, he decided he needed to start fresh. So he folded Sparling Plumbing and founded Safari Plumbing in 2006.
Industry veteran Larry Weingarten donated nearly all of his antique water heater collection to The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of the City of New York. His collection is now on permanent display at West 44th Street in Manhattan.
Uponor’s Radiant Rollout Mat is the ideal solution for faster, more consistent installations for large commercial radiant heating and cooling applications — saving up to 85% in installation time, the company says.
The new FlowGuard MultiPort provides plumbers and developers for multi-residential buildings with an innovative solution for mini-manifold plumbing system designs with FlowGuard Gold CPVC pipe and fittings.
Specmark Precoiled & Pretensioned Plastic Markers save installation time and labor costs and conform 100% to ASME (ANSI) A13.1-2015 Standard “Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems,” the company says
The ChemDrain CPVC chemical waste drain system offers a safe, durable and economical alternative for the disposal of a wide range of chemicals in institutional, academic and commercial laboratories, the company says.
The August 2020 issue of Plumbing & Mechanical celebrates the 2020 Mechanical Contractor of the Year, Mechanical Inc. This issue also looks at the advantages of circulator pumps as well as new categories of outdoor faucets.