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A Plumbing company serving Nassau County & Suffolk County on Long Island NY
 

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We repair, maintain, and upgrade the plumbing system that keeps your home safe and sanitary.

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing

A full-service plumbing company based in Nassau County and Suffolk County on Long Island NY, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing offers emergency repairs, system installation, preventative maintenance, and tune-ups. We’re open for your call 7 days per week with emergency services available 24 hours per day.

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The repairman was knowledgeable, friendly and courteous. I loved the fact that he had all of the repair parts on his truck so that he could begin immediately.

I have a service plan with Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, and they also take great care of me and my home.

Quick service, clean job, and an extremely respectful technician. This is an awesome company and I’ll be having them take care of all my plumbing needs.

Customer service was outstanding. The owner followed up personally to make sure my project was taken care of. This company is a class act.

I recommend Benjamin Franklin over any other plumber because they were concerned with my whole house and not just the water heater. They discovered the pressure control on my water line needed to be fixed. They prevented future water leaks in my water lines. Thank you!

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