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Bud’s Plumbing

Bud's has brought one of the best Master Plumbers in the area to manage our new Plumbing Department. His goal is to use his expertise in the field to carry on our tradition of Legendary Service.

  • From Gault Electric LLC

    Will Gault Electric wire a generator that I purchased?

    Yes. We have had customers in the past who have bought their generators via internet or box-store. We will gladly install, service, and maintain any generator.

  • From Gault Electric LLC

    How often should I have my electrical service inspected?

    As a safety general rule-of-thumb, it is recommended that you have your house electrically inspected every 20 years in houses with copper wire and every 5 years in houses with aluminum wire. This inspection is to ensure that connections have not gotten loose over time (loose wires on receptacles and switches, due to normal wear-n-tear.)

  • From Gault Electric LLC

    What is the smallest electrical job Gault Electric will perform?

    All joking aside, we have customers where we change their light bulbs. We are the small job specialist; from changing a light switch, replacing batteries in a smoke detector, or resetting a GFCI outlet that doesn’t work. Call us for anything! We will treat you the same – small job or large job.

  • From Premier Roofing

    Why Are Warranties Important for a new roof?

    A new roof is a big investment, typically involving thousands of your hard-earned dollars and lasting 25, 30, 40 years, or more. As with any big investment, knowing in advance what your warranty covers could save you thousands in the event that problems arise with your roof.

  • From Premier Roofing

    What Are The Chances Of Having A Problem With My New Roof?

    Based on state-of-the-art manufacturing process, the odds of having a problem with a new roof are minuscule. On the other hand, while serious problems with roofing materials are rare, it can be as expensive to fix. If you do not experience problem in the first 30-60 days you should expect your roof meet or exceed it warranted life.