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Tuesday, May 21 2024
Dealing with Emergency Plumbing Situations: What to Do Until Help Arrives

Plumbing problems can arise at any time. Somehow, however, it seems it’s always the worst possible moment. You have company. You’re heading out of the house. Truthfully, there isn’t really a great time for plumbing to go awry. The best way of dealing with emergency plumbing situations is to have a good idea of your next best steps.

Making That Call

At Barner Murphy, we repeatedly get calls in which the first words are, “I need help!”. After all, minimizing the damage is your priority. Absolutely reach out to a plumbing professional immediately. But try to use one you trust. Some companies are more than happy to overcharge you because it’s an emergency, and they can play on your worries. 

Our professionals at Barner Murphy will respond quickly to your problems. After they arrive, they will inspect your property and give you an estimate before any work begins. Throughout the process, we will also offer information on keeping things safe in the future. One of our missions is maintaining a strong foundation of trust with all our clients.

Should you Do it Yourself?

The internet is replete with self-help guides on plumbing problems. That’s all well and good, but you probably don’t have time to wade through instructions at the moment. This is doubly true if you have no experience with plumbing other than your hot water tank! Take care, as trying to repair the issue completely yourself may create more damage.

It’s worth noting that some aspects of plumbing require a Licensed individual and/or permits from your town. 

Common Emergency Plumbing Situations: What to Do

No matter the situation, it’s important to think about safety. There are some hazards, like slick floors, that plumbing problems can create. Keep your eyes peeled.

Clogged Pipes

One of the most common problems people face is clogged pipes. While this might not sound like an emergency, when your toilet backs up, it quickly becomes one. Turn off your water valve to avoid overflowing. Lay down towels to soak up excess water. Before using any chemicals (some of which can damage your pipes), try hot water and a plunger. When the clog refuses to budge, it’s time to seek experienced help. 


Sewer backups are worse than clogs because they pose a health hazard. This is considered a high-priority emergency plumbing situation. Contact an expert. Depending on the severity, you may also have to contact whatever company handles the public sewers in your area.

Water Leaks

Then there are leaks. Leaks can be sneaky. You may not know about them until some damage is done. When you do discover a leak, make sure to unplug any nearby appliances. If items are easily damaged by water, move them to a dry space. Grab some towels to keep lingering water to a minimum. Then, give Barner Murphy a call, and we’ll come out to appraise the situation and fix it properly.

Burst Pipes

Burst pipes are worse than leaks. This creates the scenario for far more potential water. So, your first best step is to turn off the water supply. Call a professional plumber. While you wait for their arrival, clean up as much of the water as you can.

Barner Murphy: Fast, Efficient, Dependable

Our master plumbers at Barner Muphy are no strangers to dealing with emergency plumbing situations. We pride ourselves on quality work you can depend on. Give us a call at our Levittown, PA office (215-945-8650). We have an online contact form, too, but a phone call yields a swift response.

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Thursday, April 18 2024
How to Fix a Blocked Garbage Disposal

Garbage disposals offer a convenient way to break down food waste, but just like any other plumbing unit, they can get clogged. Clogs can occur if you grind too much food at once if you grind the wrong foods, if you run hot water through the disposal, or if you don’t use enough water. Your garbage disposal may also become blocked if you don’t clean it frequently enough.

Fortunately, in most instances, garbage disposals can be unblocked through DIY methods. Here are some you can try.

Manual Unclogging

1. Disconnect the power.

2. Look for what’s causing the clog: Use a flashlight to see if you can spot debris that may be clogging your drain. Use pliers to clear the debris. Do not use your hands as they may get cut on the disposal blades.

3. Plunge the Disposal: A plunge may be necessary if there is standing water in your garbage disposal. If you have a double sink, remove your dishwasher before you begin. Cover the drain and plunge up and down until the clog clears. Then, run cold water through the drain.

4. Use a Cleaner Tablet:  A cleaner tablet will wash away the remaining debris and ensure your drain is clear.

5. Remove and Clean the P-trap: If your disposal is still clogged, you may need to remove and clean the P-trap. Place a bucket under the pipe to catch water and food waste. Use channel-lock pliers to disconnect the fittings. Use a scrub brush, wire, or straightened clothes hanger to clear the clog. Dump the debris in the bucket. Replace the pipe.

6. Clean the Trap Arm: You may also clean out the trap arm, which connects the P-trap to the wall. Disconnect the trap arm with your channel lock pliers. Clean out any debris, then reconnect the piping.

How to Unclog a Garbage Disposal That Won’t Spin

·  Reset the Disposal: If your garbage disposal doesn’t spin, you may correct the issue by hitting the reset button. Turn off or disconnect the garbage disposal. Then, press the reset button.

·  Manually Unjam it with an Allen Wrench: If the unit still doesn’t spin, you may have to use an Allen wrench. Disconnect or power down the unit. Insert the wrench into a hexagonal slot on the bottom of your unit. Turn it clockwise and counterclockwise until the jam clears.

·  Use A Wooden Handle: If your garbage disposal does not have a reset button or hexagon slot, you can use a wooden handle to reset it. Place the wooden handle into or next to the drain. Move the handle back and forth until items are unstuck. Use pliers or tongs to remove them.

Call a Professional

If you have tried everything and the disposal is still clogged, you may need to call a professional. Barner Murphy offers professional plumbing services in Bucks County, PA. We are fully licensed, bonded, and ensured. We guarantee quality workmanship for various residential and commercial plumbing needs.

Contact us to learn more about our comprehensive services.

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Sunday, March 24 2024
Plumbing Safety Measures To Protect Your Home And Family

Most people don’t think much about the ins and outs of their plumbing systems, that is, until something goes wrong. The drip-drip-drip begins, the toilet backs up, etc. What you don’t know is that you can use plumbing safety measures to protect your home and family. Why protection? At Barner Murphy we know from experience that plumbing issues can impact the functionality of your home.

More importantly, faulty plumbing can prove to be a risk to your property. Always think about safety first. If you think there’s a problem, call a professional. DYI is fine for small things, but plumbing is a complex system. You want a professional to get to the heart of things and ensure everything is fixed correctly the first time. 

What Hazards Can Plumbing Problems Create?

The most common hazard from plumbing problems is mold. If you have leaks, mold loves that environment. One example is black mold. You’ll know it when you see it. Black mold is true to its name. Many people have allergic reactions to this fungus. Because of the spores, it’s always suggested you find an expert to alleviate this problem. 

Then, there’s the potential of structural damage. Depending on the types of materials in your home, exposure to water can weaken them to the point of failing. You know the stories of someone’s tub falling from the apartment above? Things like this can happen. You definitely need a professional now, and potentially permits, too!

For your family, water leaks create slippery surfaces. People may slip and fall, particularly the elderly and young children. If it’s outdoors, your delivery people are at risk, likewise.

Depending on where the problem occurs, faulty plumbing can decrease the integrity of your water. Or it may leak toward electrical wiring. So, what’s the best bet? Putting into place safety measures as professionals, like ours at Barney Murphy, suggest.

Plumbing Safety Tips:

  • Move quickly: If you discover a problem, repair any small leaks immediately. You’d be amazed at how much water you lose annually just by those annoying drips.

  • Consider installing leak detection equipment. If you know you have ongoing problems in a specific area, like your toilet, this type of device is a lifesaver. It alerts you, and you, in turn, can alert your plumber. 

  • Do you know where your water shut-off valve is? If not, have your plumber show you and your entire family. In a water emergency, step one is turning off that valve.

  • Insulate, insulate, insulate. If pipes are exposed to the cold, wrap them in insulation.

  • When practicable, replace outdated plumbing

  • Remove connections to your outdoor water supplies (your hose, for example). Drain the faucet.

  • Be kind to your drains. Use guards that capture things like food debris and hair. This deters clogs.

What Can Barner Murphy Do For You?

If you want to keep your house plumbing running smoothly without any hazards, schedule regular inspections with us. We’re licensed and can spot issues before they become far worse. In the end, this saves money because things are in tip-top shape. During our inspections, we can clean the drains to avoid clogs. 

If you want more plumbing safety tips or want to protect your family and home from plumbing hazards, contact us. We service Bucks and Montgomery, PA. 

Phone:  215-945-8560

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Thursday, February 22 2024
Debunking Plumbing Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction

Some folk want to be experts on everything, and that is how myths spread.  At Barner Murphy, we’ve run into our fair share of myths while serving our customers. There are misconceptions about the best way in which to maintain your plumbing systems. Some of these myths can actually damage your plumbing. So let’s take a look at plumbing myths and separating fact from fiction. Here are 9 Plumbing Myths Debunked.

  • Little Leaks: No Problem. That is absolutely NOT true. Have a dripping faucet? Getting it fixed by professional plumbers avoids water loss and increasing damage. DYI is not the way to go. Did you know such leaks can add up to hundreds of gallons of wasted water that shows up on your bill?

As you can see, Debunking Plumbing Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction can help you make informed decisions about the details in your contract. 

The Barner Murphy Difference

At Barner Murphy, we commit ourselves to quality work, and we guarantee it. Our company services Bucks and Montgomery Counties, PA. If you have questions about what is true and what is not in plumbing, our staff stands ready to help you. 

Our Address is 

7204 Hibbs Lane,

Levittown, PA 19057

Phone: 215-945-8560

Feel free to use our online form as well. 

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Tuesday, January 23 2024
The Importance of Quality Water Filtration Systems: A Deep Dive

You may have friends or family members with water filtration systems and wonder why they’re important. After all, you can go buy a little pitcher for filtering your water. A quality home water filtration system is vastly different. Having one offers several benefits, not the least of which is clean, safe water. 

What’s in Your Water?

Nearly everyone goes to get a glass of water from the sink with little thought. The reality is that your water contains chemicals, chlorine, bacteria, and pesticides, any of which could affect your health or that of infants, immune-compromised family members, or older adults. Some illnesses triggered by contaminated water include kidney stones, colds, and hepatitis A. In fact, the importance of quality water filtration systems inspired an information page on the Centers for Disease Control site regarding water treatment technologies for the home, like those we offer at Barner Murphy.

Not everyone’s water is the same, meaning you need to choose the right filtration system for your home. You can begin by getting a water quality report from the local water authority. If you have a private well, you may want to reach out to a nearby cooperative for assistance. With your report tightly in your hands, you can determine what contaminants are most important to reduce. Filtration systems vary on what they remove.

Many people opt for a point-of-use system. In other words, it treats water from where you use water. By comparison, a whole-house treatment includes UV microbiological systems. The filter is adjacent to your water meter or storage tank.

Tastes Great?

Water filtration systems transform tap water, improving its flavor and smell (yes, water has a flavor!). This, in turn, encourages more water consumption, something that contributes to personal hydration and better health. Having filtered water for boiling or cooking can improve the overall flavor profile of what you eat, too.

Going Green

Water filtration systems reduce plastic waste by providing sustainable water without bottles. Single-use bottles contribute significantly to landfill waste. The production of bottled water is energy-hungry compared to quality water filtration systems. And there are more environmental benefits as well. 

For example, because filtered water comes right out of your tap, you’re less likely to go out to buy bottled water from natural water resources. It’s less expensive, too. It’s noteworthy that some bottled water brands do nothing more than re-bottle plain water. 

An investment in a quality filtration system reduces your carbon footprint. It’s an eco-friendly (and user-friendly) alternative that provides clean water instead of buying it.

Barner Murphy’s Help in Choosing and Installing Your Water Filtration System

Barner Murphy offers the best service system in Buck’s County, PA. We can review the importance of quality water filtration systems and then go on to review what’s best for your home. With a team of master plumbers, we guarantee the quality of our workmanship.

Don't hesitate to call our office at 215-945-8560 or use our online contact form for more information.

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Friday, December 15 2023
How to Protect Your Plumbing in the Cooler Seasons

Here at Barner Murphy, we know that protecting your plumbing during colder seasons is crucial to prevent freezing and potential damage. There are some simple steps to help alleviate this possibility:

  • Insulate any exposed pipes in unheated areas, such as basements, crawl spaces, or attics. You can use pipe insulation sleeves or wrap the pipes with heat tape to provide an extra layer of protection against freezing temperatures.

  • Seal air leaks: Inspect your home for any air leaks near pipes and seal them. Use caulk or insulation and fill gaps or cracks in walls, windows, or doors where cold air may enter and come into contact with your plumbing.

  • Ensure that your home's heating system is in good working condition. Before the start of the season, have the professionals at Barner Murphy check your furnace.

  • Keep your thermostat set to a consistent temperature to prevent freezing. If you are away from home, set the temperature at no lower than 55 degrees F.

  • Allow for faucet drip: On extremely cold nights, let a faucet near exterior walls drip slowly. This allows a constant flow of water, reducing the risk of freezing.

  • Disconnect outdoor hoses: Before the frost sets in, disconnect and drain all outdoor hoses. Close the outdoor water valves and store the hoses indoors. If you have a sprinkler system, make sure to drain it properly.

  • Consider pipe insulation: For extreme cold climates, consider using foam pipe insulation or heating cables on vulnerable pipes. These can be useful for pipes in garages or other unheated areas.

  • Open cabinet doors: To allow warm air to circulate around pipes under sinks, open cabinet doors during colder periods. 

  • Protect outdoor faucets: Install freeze-proof outdoor faucets or use insulated faucet covers. 

  • Winterize vacant properties: If you have a vacant property during the winter, ensure that the plumbing system is properly winterized. Drain all the water from the pipes and consider adding antifreeze to prevent frozen pipes.

  • Educate household members: Make sure everyone in your household knows how to shut off the main water supply in case of an emergency. This can minimize potential damage if a pipe does freeze and burst.

Signs of a Frozen Pipe

Even the best efforts to protect your plumbing in colder seasons may not work. Frozen pipes can significantly damage a home, so you want to catch the problem as soon as possible. Take Note if you’re having trouble in any of these areas, make a list. Then, call on Barner Murphy’s master plumbers for remediation. 

  • No water flow: One of the first signs of a frozen pipe is a lack of water flow from faucets or fixtures. If you turn on a faucet and only a trickle or no water comes out, it could be a sign that the pipe leading to that fixture is frozen.

  • Uneven water temperature: If you notice that the water coming out of your faucets is significantly colder than usual, it may be because of a frozen pipe or one that is beginning to freeze. Pay attention to any sudden drops in water temperature throughout your plumbing system.

  • Frost on visible pipes: Inspect any exposed pipes in unheated areas, such as basements, crawl spaces, or garages. If you see frost or ice accumulation on the pipes, it is likely a sign of freezing.

  • Strange odors: Frozen pipes can sometimes cause strange odors to occur, such as a sewage-like smell. 

  • Strange noises: If you hear peculiar noises, such as banging, clanking, or cracking sounds coming from your plumbing system, it could be a sign of a frozen pipe expanding or contracting.

  • Water leaks after thawing: When a frozen pipe begins to thaw, it may leak from the affected area. Look out for signs of water damage, such as water stains on ceilings or walls.

If you suspect a frozen pipe, it is important to take immediate action to prevent further damage. Turn off the main water supply to your home, and apply gentle heat to the frozen section using a hairdryer or heating pad. These are make-shift fixes until you have a plumber on site. We provide quality work and guarantee the results. If something needs to be replaced, Barner Murphy has selected excellent products we use regularly. Call us at 215-945-8650 or use our online contact form for more information.

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Sunday, November 12 2023
Choosing the Right Water Heater for Your Home: Tankless vs. Tanked

If you’ve started your search for a new water heater, you’ll come in contact with the possibility of a tankless system. When you buy, it’s important you choose the right product for your home. Tankless systems are popular because they eliminate the need for a tank, freeing up space in your cellar. They are also more energy-efficient.

On the downside, tankless systems have a higher up-front cost. You’ll need services from a company like Barner Murphy to wire things and put in appropriate plumbing changes. Tank water heaters store water and keep it heated for ready use. They are less expensive but eat up more energy. Don’t be afraid to ask questions as you compare the two.

Comparing Pros and Cons


Tanked water heaters are the traditional way to go. You can rely on them; they are budget-friendly, and they are simple to maintain. On the downside, you have a limited hot water supply based on the capacity of your tank. Tanked water heaters use more energy than tankless ones 


Also called on-demand water heaters, tankless systems have become more popular. You have an endless hot water supply. No more moments of having your shower water go cold! Tankless water heaters don’t store water. They simply warm it up as needed. 

For people with a limited amount of floor space in the cellar, tankless systems mount on the wall! If need be, they can even go outside. Plus, tankless models last longer than traditional tanked ones. 

Energy efficiency is a big plus with tankless systems. According to the Department of Energy, if you use less than 41 gallons of hot water daily, on-demand hot water systems can significantly reduce energy usage by between 24-34%. On average, you can save about $100 a year for a gas-fired model. 

The main downfall of tankless heaters is the upfront cost. Over time, you will make that back in energy savings. Also, be aware that if you are using several outlets at the same time, the flow rate may be slower. 


Few people are plumbing savvy. Give Barner Murphy a call to help you review your options. We will walk you through specific points including

  • Your budget

  • The hot water demand in your home

  • Available space in the cellar

  • Installation specifics

  • Warranties 

We can also go over the option of retrofitting a tankless water heater and replacing the tank. This takes a little more time to complete the task. However, you have the peace of mind in knowing the tankless system lasts nearly twice as long as traditional water heaters.


If you can afford a tankless system, it has more advantages than a tanked one, in our opinion, as professional plumbers. In Barner Murphy’s years of service, our goal has always been to provide customers with the best products and choices based on their lifestyles. If you’re on a fixed income, we’ll find a tank system suited to your home. 

Barner Murphy Plumbing and Heating is in Levittown, PA. We guarantee quality work. Give us a call at 215-945-8560. Or use our online contact form to send us your questions or make an appointment. 

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Wednesday, October 11 2023
4 Biggest Mistakes You Can Make When DIY Plumbing

As the leading plumbing company in Bucks County, here at Barner Murphy Plumbing, we’ve seen it all! And one of the most common phone calls we get is from someone who tried to do their own plumbing and encountered a problem along the way. 

Of course, there are a few small projects around the house that you may be able to do yourself, but if you are taking on a plumbing project, make sure to avoid these four common mistakes!

1. Not Paying Attention When Taking Plumbing Apart

Whether dealing with a leaky sink or a blocked drain, many people attempt to take apart their plumbing to solve the problem without calling a professional. 

And one of the most common problems we hear about is that when doing so, people simply forget to pay attention and document how the plumbing was put together and cannot seem to get it back to the way it was. 

So if you are taking your home plumbing apart, we recommend taking photos of the process and writing down notes as you go so that this doesn’t happen to you. 

2. Overtightening Connections

When connecting pipes, tubes, and fittings, one of the habitual mistakes amateurs make is overtighting the connections. 

Overtightening can lead to cracks, leaks, and even breaks in your plumbing, so it's absolutely essential to follow the instructions correctly and tighten all connections gently. 

3. Using the Wrong Connectors or Pipes

Another common error people make when DIY plumbing is to use the wrong connectors or pipes for a specific project. 

Different pipes require different types of coupling to ensure they don’t corrode. For example, a dielectric union is used to keep different kinds of steel from touching one another, and if you don’t know what a dielectric union is, you’re very likely to make a big mistake. 

So it’s wildly important that if you do plan to buy and install your own connectors and pipes you know what they’re made of and how they need to be safely connected before doing so. 

4. Not Turning Off the Water

Although it may sound ridiculous, the absolute most common mistake people make when doing their own plumbing without a professional is forgetting to turn off the water before they begin. 

If you do not turn off the water, not only do you risk flooding your home, but it can also cause serious damage to the pipes and connections you’re attempting to fix. 

That’s why it’s extremely important that you locate the water main in your home and turn it off completely before doing any home plumbing projects. 

It’s important to understand that plumbing is a very difficult and delicate job and that there is a wide variety of things that can go wrong if you don’t know what you’re doing. 

But if you decided to take on a project anyway and already made one of these or another plumbing mistake, don’t worry. You can call us here at Barner Murphy Plumbing Inc. at 215-945-8560 any time, and we’ll be happy to help. 

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Monday, September 25 2023
Emergency Plumbing Situations: How to Respond and Minimize Damage

There is no such thing as a “good” time for emergency plumbing situations. Sometimes it feels like they happen at the worst possible moment. Whatever happens, it’s important to have some knowledge of how to respond to minimize damage until a plumber arrives. 

Here are some of the most common emergency plumbing situations that we see time and time again at Barner Murphy.

Emergency Plumbing Situations

  • Burst Pipes: Turn off your water supply immediately. Call a plumber. While you wait, clear away as much water as possible to avoid more damage.

  • Clogged Drain: There are some DYI possibilities. Before you reach for a chemical aid, be careful. Make sure it’s suited to your type of pipe. Or, you can try hot water and a plunger. Many clogged drain problems are stubborn. That’s when a plumber steps in. 

  • Leaks: Over time, leaks can cause damage you don’t see, like producing mold. Shut off the water. Unplug any nearby appliances. If there are any valuable items, put them somewhere safe. Remove as much water as you can to prevent seeping. Now, pick up the phone and call Barner Murphy to finish the job. 

  • Overflowing Toilet. Turn off the water valve as quickly as possible. Clean up the mess so professionals can navigate easily. Plus, you don’t want that kind of wastewater lying around unattended.

  • Sewer Backup:  Call an expert ASAP. If the water enters your basement, report the issue to the local public works office. 

  • Water Heater Malfunction: Step one is checking the pilot light. If it’s out, relight and restart your water heater. Peek at your breaker box to see if anything is “off.” Check your thermostat when the water’s cold. When these approaches fail, seek a professional. You may need a new water heater.

Don’t Panic!

It’s perfectly understandable that your first reaction to water issues is panicking. You don’t want water damage. If you’re just calling around for emergency service, you may choose one that takes advantage of your situation. So take a few minutes assessing options and compare service call fees and warranties. Bear in mind, some plumbing problems may require specially certified individuals for repair. 

The professionals at Barner Murphy respond to the problem and provide fair estimates. We are not only there for servicing but also providing information about the situation and other potential “hot spots” in your home. This is why we have a solid foundation of trust with our regular clients. 


Some people have a bit of knowledge about plumbing. On the other hand, if you haven’t got a clue, this is not the time for tinkering. Some DYI efforts make matters worse.

Calling Barner Murphy

You’ve done all you can personally to minimize damage from an emergency plumbing situation. If those efforts yielded no results, give us a call (215-945-8650). We have a highly trained staff who can answer your questions. We have an online contact form, but a phone call yields a swift response.

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Friday, August 25 2023
Upgrading Your Plumbing Fixture: A Guide to Modern and Efficient Options.

When you purchase a home, you also discover a lot of hidden things, be they good, bad, or ugly. Plumbing fixtures are among them. While functional, they may have no semblance of style or your vision for your home. 

When you’re ready for a facelift, make sure you include plumbing. A modernized plumbing system improves your home’s value. Plus, a new system means years without worry. 

Why are Plumbing Upgrades Important?

Think of plumbing like veins running to and from your house. You want that system running free and clear on the interior. Then, on the exterior, you can add all the aesthetics for visual appeal. 

Plumbing is not just another proverbial pretty face. At Barner Murphy, we’ve experienced firsthand how plumbing upgrade improves energy efficiency. One example is a tankless water heater. These may lower your utility costs! 

Such energy-efficient fixtures are part of innovative technologies throughout the home, some of which are pretty nifty. How about a waterfall faucet for the shower? Or, you can get sensor-activated faucets that reduce water consumption, for example. And they’re not ugly, either! You can find something that will fit your home perfectly. 

Sleek Style to Classic and Contemporary

It is not an exaggeration to say there are plumbing fixtures for everyone’s tastes. In recent years the market expanded to create magnificent new fittings and accessories. The choices can be overwhelming. So, when you shop, bring along pictures of the areas where you want to upgrade for better color and tasteful touches. You would be amazed to see how little touches impact the impression of a bathroom or kitchen.

Materials Matter

It is important to choose the right materials for the project at hand. Copper pipes offer durability but get very costly. PEX is hardy and durable and doesn’t hit your pocketbook so hard. As your plumber about what’s right considering the specifics of your home.

Pesky Permits

Town and city ordinances read like stereo instructions. There are specific regulations in place, which means you may need permits. Otherwise, you can face fines. Thankfully, once you contract a plumber, they handle pulling whatever permits you require to get the job done.

Expert Installation and Information

Plumbing of this nature is rarely a DIY proposition. You are far better off leaving your work in experienced, knowledgeable hands. Barner Murphy is a fantastic choice. We make sure your installation is correct, help you smooth out any building codes, and answer questions along the way. 

Sometimes, your new choices don’t fit quite right with those already in place. An expert plumber, like those we have on our team, can make the modifications you need. 

If you’re doing kitchen and bathroom renovations, you want to think about usability too. Are there ways of placing fixtures to make your life easier? How about having a water sprayer in a better location for servicing pots and pans, for example? Get creative! And by all means, take your time. These changes are a long-term investment, so choose wisely. 

Ready to Start?

When you’re ready to take the plunge, consider contacting Barner Murphy in Levittown, PA.  We guarantee the quality of our work and practice full visibility. You will always be part of the process and approve any change in costs. 

We have an online contact form: Or, call our office at 215-945-8560. We look forward to providing excellent service.

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