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Why does the water in my toilet tank keep overflowing?

Most likely the fill valve in the tank has a leak in it, however, if you’ve recently replaced the fill valve it’s possible that it was set too high. If you have an old fill valve, that’s probably your best course of action. Sometimes the shaft or wire that is used to set the level…

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Should I be concerned about carbon monoxide?

Carbon monoxide, also known as the silent killer, can pose a serious threat in some instances and is yet another reason to have your furnace and water heater inspected by A.J. Perri. A carbon monoxide detector is a wise investment. A.J. Perri offers a high quality carbon monoxide detector that has a 5-year warranty.

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My water bill is unusually high; what should I do?

This is a plumbing question that needs to be addressed quickly. The most likely explanation for a high water bill is a leak somewhere within your home's water system. Look carefully at all faucets for leaks and check toilets to see if they are running even when not in use. Check all appliances for leaks,…

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What are Some Easy Ways to Lower My Water Bill?

We’re all looking for ways to conserve resources in an effort to save money. One of the easiest ways to do this is cut back on water use. There are a few simple things you can do around your home. Aerators on sink faucets are a great first step, as well as low flow showerheads.…

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2009 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Tinton Falls, NJ, May 25, 2010 – A.J. Perri has been awarded the prestigious 2009 Angie’s List Super Service Award!  This award reflects a company’s consistently high level of customer service. “We are especially honored by this award because our customers nominated us.  Knowing we are so highly regarded is a reward in itself,” said…

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How do I get my toilet tank to stop overflowing?

Probably the fill valve in the tank has a leak in it. If the fill valve is old, you should replace it. Sometimes the shaft or wire that is used to set the level corrodes off. If the shaft or wire seems to be your problem then by replacing this you should fix your problem.…

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Why does my toilet keep flushing by itself?

A toilet may flush itself when the Douglas valve seal becomes warped. When this seal is warped, the toilet tank continually leaks water into the bowl, triggering the fill sensors, indicating that the bowl is filled and needs to be flushed. It’s the same as when you fill the toilet with water and it flushes…

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What can cause drain problems?

Sink Final

Most drains use a system called a “trap”. A trap is a piece of pipe that comes apart just below the drain point on your sink. It’s located at a low point in the system so that when you wash heavy items down the drain they often collect there. In a kitchen sink this is…

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