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By highlanderp74001009, Jun 28 2016 07:32PM

Highlander Plumbing is now hiring! We are looking for experienced plumbers that are looking for full time employment. The pay would range from $10.00-$20.00 an hour, depending on experience. We would recommend your driving record is in good standing since you will be driving a company vehicle. Our office is located in Waterford and services most of Oakland County. We would love to sit down with anyone that is interested in this position and hear about your work experience. You can send a resume to Highlanderplumbing@yahoo.com or call 248.802.7400. Thank you! Join Highlander!

By highlanderp74001009, Mar 18 2016 07:51PM

Most people have experienced clogged drains. That inevitable moment when the clog in your pipes is taunting you as you stand in a foot of water as you shower. The thought of calling a plumber seems to be a bit extreme because after all, it should be something you can fix on your own. You run to the local hardware store and scan the labels of the many choices of chemical treatments that are sitting in front of you. You pick up a $12.00 bottle of chemical treatment, and diabolically laugh at the clog! You smugly pour it down the drain, and THINK the battle is over. No need to call a plumber, and minutes later the water is draining as it should. A week later you are taking your morning shower, and you feel the water creeping up your legs again. Your problem is back! Here is why the quick fix can cost you more in the long run;

• The acid in the chemical oxidizes and the cleaner can cause a heated reaction, softening the plastic (PVC) pipes, and harm old corroded pipes. You won’t notice the damage the chemical leaves behind immediately, but can add to erosion in your pipes. This can cost you much more in the long run.

• Not only are these chemicals harmful to your drains, but they’re harmful to you and the environment.

• Drain cleaner isn’t always the quick fix. After spending $12.00 at the local hardware, you may find the problem is actually a broken pipe, or something to do with your sewer line. No chemical will fix those issues.

Don't let those pesky clogs be the death of you, call a plumber

By highlanderp74001009, Nov 20 2015 06:21PM

Video inspections have become a dependable instrument in the plumbing industry. These reliable cameras give homeowners a visual of their sewer lines, and other pipes that are underground or underneath their homes foundation. Here is what a video inspection can tell you…

• Root invasion

• Misaligned pipes

• Breakage

• Punctures

• Corrosion

• Buildup

• Leaks

• Obstruction

• Precise location and depth

A video inspection takes out guess work and gives an accurate diagnosis of where your problem is to make fixing easy and cost efficient. Highlander Plumbing offers this service, and will even leave you a video of your pipes inspection! Not only do you know the location to your leak, but you will have a new movie to watch on family night ;)

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