Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Water in…Water out.

It sounds simple, doesn’t it?  When you get right down to it, that is a description of plumbing in four words.  There are three major components in the plumbing system of a new home.  One is the water supply system.  Another is the drainage system (water out).  Then there are the appliances and fixtures themselves.

In Albuquerque, in order to install plumbing into a new home you need a licensed plumber.  Even if you wish to do some of the work yourself, that individual must oversee and approve the work.  Local codes determine standard plumbing procedures, but a new home’s fixture placement, pipe routing diagram and pipe size depends on the home’s individual layout.

There really is no need to call around for a licensed plumber to do the job.  In ABQ that man is Eric Montoya.  Eric has been this area’s new home and business construction plumbing installer for many years.  Remember, you need a pro on the job even if you are a DIY individual who would like to do some of the work themselves.  Call Eric at (505) 980-9334.

Route 66 Summerfest Albuquerque

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"Come On, Let's Go" to Route 66 Summerfest in Historic Nob Hill! Join the City of Albuquerque, Nob Hill Main Street, and the New Mexico Jazz Festival on Saturday, July 22 from 3-10 p.m"

Monday, July 3, 2017

Installing a New Natural Gas Line.

This is NOT a DIY job.  Okay, do we understand each other?  I hope so!  I think most of us know that before we even begin this discussion.  Are you having a new stove installed or are you  replacing an old one?  Keep in mind that gas leaks are the most common cause of fire-related accidents.

First of all, the floor in front of the stove should be covered with cardboard.  Your home must already have its own natural gas line that has been installed by a licensed supplier.  The new gas range will be brought to the kitchen where it will be installed.  This is only the beginning of the project.

From here, holes need to be cut, and measurements need to be taken.  Think professional.  Think about someone who has done this over and over again for years.  Think about Eric Montoya.  Eric is Albuquerque’s natural gas line installation professional.  Anytime you need a pro call Eric Montoya at (505) 980-9334.