Sanitary Plumbing

571 Timpson Place Bronx, NY 10455

Phone: 212-734-5000

Fax: 212-534-4349

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January 18th, 2024

Who Invented the Toilet? History and Fun Facts

The throne, the John, and the facilities. The toilet has many names (some more crude than others), but all are an ode to an engineering marvel crucial to sanitation and daily living. It is a centuries-old invention that has changed little since the 19th century but has evolved from the earliest iterations over 4,000 years

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January 4th, 2024

Recognizing the Signs of a Hidden Pipe Burst

People often assume signs of a burst pipe are obvious: rushing water sounds and flooded rooms. Unfortunately, ruptured lines can go undetected for weeks, depending on where they are and the severity of the damage. As a building owner, you want to notice a break as soon as it occurs or at the earliest possible

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December 7th, 2023

What Causes Leaking in Home Radiators and How Can You Recognize the Problem?

Radiators are essential elements of your building’s heating system. Your building’s boiler heats water or steam and sends it through pipes to the radiators, which radiate heat into a room. The heat from radiators is more humid and comfortable because it does not remove moisture from the air like forced air systems do. Despite their

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November 24th, 2023

4 Plumbing Mistakes and Disasters That Made History

Many historic plumbing disasters occurred because of a lack of infrastructure, but some resulted from neglect. Modern amenities and access to plumbing and municipal water supplies can cause complacency and misplaced confidence in the luxury of time. Sometimes, insignificant problems can point to a more significant issue. If a property owner ignores any minor problems,

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November 9th, 2023

How Property Owners Should Prepare To Handle Winter Plumbing Emergencies

Winter is notorious for plumbing problems. Pipes can freeze or break when temperatures drop below 32°F. On average, New York City experiences temperatures between 25°F and 40°F during the winter months, with the coldest month being January — an average low of 29°F. As a property owner, you want to prepare your buildings for colder

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October 26th, 2023

Why Don’t New York Apartments Have Garbage Disposals? Common Waste Removal Issues for Condos and Co-Ops

As a property owner in New York City, you may receive numerous requests for garbage disposals. The devices are legal in NYC but uncommon, especially in prewar buildings and other older, high-rise structures. Why don’t New York apartments have garbage disposals? The answer is straightforward: The city banned them until 1997. As to why the

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October 12th, 2023

4 Fascinating Facts About Plumbing in Ancient Rome

The ancient Romans were an innovative people, especially when it came to the modernization of society. Sanitation was a common problem in most ancient civilizations, with sewage discarded in the streets or buried in deep holes. The rise and stabilization of the Roman Empire saw the advent of aqueducts and ancient Roman plumbing. The designs

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September 28th, 2023

The Importance of Addressing Clogged or Slow Drains Before Temperatures Drop

Winter is never easy on a building’s plumbing. During the heating season, the frigid temperatures in New York City increase the risks of frozen and burst pipes. Property owners are well aware of the risks to supply lines, so they usually take great care to insulate and maintain them. Unfortunately, supply lines are not the

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September 14th, 2023

The History Behind the Invention of Fire Suppression Systems

One of the most common ways to protect buildings from the threat of fire, the modern fire suppression sprinkler system has seen several iterations over the centuries. While most property owners realize the system is a building essential, they may not know why. Discover the history of this life-saving device, its importance to New York

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August 31st, 2023

When Does a Leaking or Broken Toilet Become an Emergency?

In a multi-tenant property, toilet repairs are common. Landlords are not always financially liable for toilet issues, particularly those stemming from clogs of non-flushable objects. Still, regardless of the monetary burden, repairs are necessary to ensure a functional, healthy environment. Not all plumbing problems are emergencies, and not all clogs require emergency toilet repair. Knowing

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Our Privacy Policy

Sanitary Plumbing and Heating Corp. (the “Company”) strives to ensure the highest standards for property listings and customer information privacy. Please review the following statement to learn about our company practices and policies. Please be aware that our Privacy Policy is subject to change at any time.

1. Purpose.

This Privacy Policy (“the Policy”) provides information on how the Company uses your personal information. By agreeing to the Policy, you agree to our collection and use of your personal information as described in the Policy. This Privacy Policy is effective for all new users of

2. Personal Information.

You can browse some areas of (“the Website”) without being a registered user. However, certain activities do require registration. (You consent to the transfer and storage of your information by registering with We may collect and store the following personal information:

  • Name, email, address, telephone number, and (depending on the service used), move-in dates;
  • Transactional information (such as lease terms, lease parties);
  • Computer sign-on data, statistics on page views, and traffic to and from the Website; and
  • Other information, including IP address and other web log information.

3. Use of Information.

Our primary purpose in collecting personal information is to provide you with a safe and user-friendly experience. For example, the Company may use your personal information to:

  • Improve our services and the Website’s content and layout;
  • Provide the services and necessary customer support you request;
  • Resolve disputes, collect fees, and troubleshoot problems;
  • Track and record customer satisfaction with our services;
  • Protect the Company against error and fraud;
  • Inform you of special promotions and announcements;
  • Enforce our agreements, terms, conditions, and policies; and
  • As otherwise described to you at the time of collection.

We may occasionally ask you to complete optional surveys. These surveys are used to improve and customize your experience with

The Company always provides you the ability to opt-out of further communication such as promotions and surveys; see the Opt-Out section below.

The Company does not share any of your personal information with outside organizations, companies, individuals, etc. The only exception to this standard is if such a disclosure is reasonably necessary to respond to any and all legal processes.

4. Links to Other Sites.

The Website may have links to other websites that may collect personally identifiable information about you. The Company is not responsible for the privacy practices of the content of those linked websites.

5. Safety & Security Precautions.

The Website has strict security measures in place to protect you and your information from fraud. Once your information is provided to Sanitary Plumbing and Heating Corp., we strive to ensure the confidentiality of your identity and information.

6. Opt-Out.

The Company provides you with the opportunity to opt-out of receiving promotional and other non-essential, marketing-related communications from Sanitary Plumbing and Heating Corp. If you would like to opt-out of these select communications, please see any of the Company’s email communications and follow the directions indicated.

7. Account Protection.

Your password ensures the security of your account. When choosing a password, the Company suggests using various characters. It is highly recommended that you do not disclose your password to anyone. (If you do disclose your password or your personal information with others, you are responsible for all actions taken in the name of your account.) If the security of your password is compromised for any reason, please contact the Company immediately.

8. Accuracy of Information

The Company does not guarantee the accuracy of information for any and all of its properties on the Website, and is not responsible for any errors or misrepresentations (made by Renters, the Client, or otherwise).

9. Cookies

The Company may place a small cookie on your computer’s hard drive. This allows us to personalize your use on the Website. In order to maximize the functionality and usability of the Website, you must set your browser’s preferences to allow both permanent and temporary cookies.

10. Changing Your Personal Information.

Should your personal information change, please immediately update your information on the Website. This will ensure the accuracy of our records. The Company does retain personal information from closed accounts in order to comply with law and collect and disburse any fees owed.

11. Third Parties

This Privacy Policy addresses only the use of information we collect from you. Since does not control the privacy policies of third parties, you are subject to the privacy policies of those third parties. It is advisable that you consult with the management of third parties before you disclose your personal information to others.

12. General

We may amend this Privacy Policy at any time by posting the amended terms on the Website. All amended terms are immediately effective after they are initially posted on the Website.

13. Privacy Policy Questions & Concerns

Questions and/or concerns regarding the Policy should be emailed to the following email address: