Your home comfort rests on more than just heating and cooling. You count on your plumbing -- but when it gives you trouble, call Carney, "the plumber that other plumbers recommend."
Fast, efficient, clean and professional. Both my heat pump and water heater were replaced on the same day and the job was completed within 6 hours. I received a full explanation of the units and how...
- Theresa H.
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Bucks and Montgomery County’s Premier Home Services Company
Welcome to Carney Plumbing, Heating & Cooling and thank you for visiting our web site.
We are a full service plumbing, heating and air conditioning company serving Bucks and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania.
We remain dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service, expertise and quality workmanship to our client base, as we have for over 30 years. Our standards are of the highest quality for good reason – they have to be. The health and safety of our customers depend on it.
From routine repairs and maintenance – to emergency service – to expert equipment installation and replacement, Carney Plumbing, Heating & Cooling is ready to meet all of your needs and surpass all of your expectations for heating, air conditioning, indoor air quality, plumbing, water treatment, drain cleaning and bathroom remodeling!
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Our area gets hit by all kinds of precipitation: snow and ice during the winter months and heavy downpours during the warmer months. If the basement or crawlspace of your home is prone to taking on water during times of heavy rain or snow, you may want to consider the installation of a sump pump. Removing water from the lowest areas of your home is a challenge, but excess water in these areas does more than create a nuisance issue; they can lead to damage.
Your home’s plumbing system is pretty large and pretty complicated, but there are two main lines that make the whole system work: the main water line, which brings in the potable water, and the sewer (or septic) line that removes all the waste water. When there’s an issue with either of these lines, your plumbing system will develop problems. However, it can be challenging to know when something has gone wrong with either of these lines because they are buried under your yard.