Sanitary Plumbing

571 Timpson Place Bronx, NY 10455

Phone: 212-734-5000

Fax: 212-534-4349

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May 16th, 2022

Plumbing Issues in Condos and Co-ops: Unique Challenges in Repairs and Upgrades

We talk quite a bit in our blog posts about plumbing problems in New York City’s apartment buildings. But what about condos and cooperatives? It’s been our experience at Sanitary Plumbing that these residences have their own unique challenges when it comes to repairs and upgrades. Here’s what you need to consider about plumbing issues

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May 2nd, 2022

Public Bathrooms in New York City: Upgrades and Repairs to Improve Your Rental Property

If you own a commercial rental property in New York City, chances are it houses common restrooms. Sadly, American washrooms in general and certainly public bathrooms in New York City lag behind their European and Asian counterparts. How can you upgrade public restrooms to improve your property? Here are some top suggestions from the experts

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April 18th, 2022

What Is the Average Lifespan of Pipes? How You Can Make Yours Last Longer

One of the most important systems in your New York City property is your plumbing system. Failing to take care of your pipes can result in expensive repairs, lack of water for tenants, and even catastrophic water damage and rebuilding. Let’s take a look at the average lifespan of pipes and review how you can

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April 4th, 2022

The Most Common Plumbing Problems: Get Ahead of These Issues for Happier Tenants and Fewer Hassles

If you own or manage an apartment building in New York City, chances are you’ve had to deal with your fair share of plumbing issues. Usually this involves angry tenants and ill-timed phone calls for you. You can eliminate a lot of these hassles by understanding the causes and solutions of the most common plumbing

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March 21st, 2022

Hot Water Safety Precautions: Protecting Kids, Seniors, and Other Vulnerable Tenants

Getting hot water issues just right can be a tightrope walk for property owners and managers of New York City apartment buildings. You want to make sure you are providing adequate hot water. However, you don’t want it so hot that it puts vulnerable tenants, like kids, seniors, and the disabled, at risk. Here are

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March 7th, 2022

Common Plumbing Noises: Know What Sounds Are Signs of Potential Problems

Whether you own a brownstone or manage a large apartment building, you want to know the signs of trouble looming with your plumbing. A plumbing problem can rapidly go from a small nuisance to a catastrophe, so you want to catch problems as early as possible. Here are some common plumbing noises to pay attention

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February 21st, 2022

Too Much Heat from the Radiator or Not Enough? How to Find That Goldilocks “Just Right” Winter Warmth

Do you ever get the idea that your tenants feel like Goldilocks during New York City winters, looking for the perfect temperature in their apartments? Because the steam radiator is a holdover from around 100 years ago, it can be hard to get the precise control you achieve with its more modern cousin, the air

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February 7th, 2022

The More You Know: A History of Steam Radiators in New York City

If you own a property in New York City, especially a pre-war apartment building, chances are it uses steam radiators as the primary source of heat. We tend to take these heaters for granted, but the history of steam radiators is an interesting one. When you understand how radiators were developed, you can better comprehend

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January 24th, 2022

Luxury Bathroom Trends for 2022: New Plumbing Technology and Design Elements You’ll Want to Try

If you own property in New York City, you want to attract the most desirable tenants and charge competitive rates. Having beautiful bathrooms is one way to appeal to discerning renters. Here’s a look at the luxury bathroom trends for 2022 so you can see where upgrades might help you charge top dollar for your

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January 10th, 2022

Water Filtration Solutions to Remove Unwanted Substances and Protect Your Plumbing

As the owner or manager of a property in New York City, you probably have to deal with dirty or discolored water from time to time, especially if tenants complain about it. Fortunately, it’s relatively easy these days to remove unwanted substances from the water you and your tenants use to drink, bathe, and clean.

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You can browse some areas of Sanitaryplumbing.com (“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 Sanitaryplumbing.com.) We may collect and store the following personal information:

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