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Residential & Commercial Services

  • Leaks
  • Drain Cleaning & Clogs
  • Toilet & Faucet Installations
  • Garbage Disposals
  • Handicap Fixtures
  • Sump Pumps
  • Frozen Pipes
  • Bathroom Design & Remodeling
  • Tile Installations
  • Heated Floors
  • New Water Lines
  • Indoor / Outdoor Gas Lines Installations

Top Bathroom Trends

  • Fireplaces
  • Glass Tiles
  • Heated Floors
  • Wall-Mounted Toilets
  • Open Concept Shower Areas
  • Gas & Electric Appliance Hook-ups:
    • Stoves
    • Grills
    • Washers & Dryers
    • Fireplaces
    • Dishwashers
    • Ice Makers
    • Hot Water Heaters


Professional Plumbing & Bathroom Remodeling Solutions

Epps Plumbing & Heating, Inc., provides the Main Line and Philadelphia suburbs with superior plumbing services, honest work, and a quick response time at a reasonable rate.   We handle all the details of your bathroom remodeling project including the design, engineering, and construction.  Our custom tile work and plumbing experience combine to make a seemleass installation of your new dream bathroom or spa. No job is too large or small for the Epps team of master plumbers.  We are the area’s bathroom remodeling experts.

Water Heater Safety Tips

Hot water can scald you in just a few seconds. The safest hot water heater temperatures are 120° or lower.

Clutter creates a fire risk. Move items at least 18" from your hot water heater.

Test the safety valve and run hot water through the drain valve once a year. Check your owner's manual for complete maintenance instructions and how-to guides.

Checking Pipes

Winter Plumbing Tips

Now is the time to prepare for winter cold and prevent plumbing surprises! Do not skimp on your indoor heat. The best thing you can do is to keep your home warm. Pipes are usually not insulated. A slightly larger electrical bill is still less than the cost of water damage.

Be on the lookout for signs of a leak. This includes water stains on ceilings, puddles outside the home, and the sound of running water.

Find the line that feeds the outdoor faucet and shut it off.  Open the outside faucet so the water can empty.

If your pipes are frozen, you can avoid a pipe burst by allowing the water to run. Open the faucet and let the water drip. Even a trickle will help prevent the pipes from freezing.

Open under-sink cabinets to allow warm air to circulate around pipes.

Know where your main water valve turn-off is located. If you notice a pipe leaking, turn off the main water valve and call us!

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