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Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Expands 24/7 Services as Voorhees NJ Emergency Plumber

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West Berlin, NJ – April 15, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, “The Punctual Plumber,” a plumbing company serving southern New Jersey, is pleased to announce the expansion of its emergency services to become the Voorhees NJ Emergency Plumber.

Residential and commercial property owners of Voorhees NJ can expect the same punctuality and professionalism from Benjamin Franklin Plumbing that their loyal customers across southern New Jersey are used to receiving. Benjamin Franklin Plumbing is ready to take emergency calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If indoor leaks or backups are threatening serious damage, one call will have a trained and experienced technician on the job as soon as possible.

According to customer Barbara Blonsky, “I had a leaking toilet and a collapsed kitchen ceiling! I was nearly hysterical when I called. It was such a relief to talk to someone and the plumber was at my house in 40 minutes. He diagnosed the problem, worked effectively and finished the repairs within an hour. Benjamin Franklin was the third plumber I called and they are the ones who came through.”

In addition to emergency services, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing will provide its full range of services to Voorhees, including sewer and drain line inspection and cleaning, hot water heater repairs, replacements and installations, leaky pipes and toilets repairs, fixing water pressure problems, installing and repairing water filtration systems, locating and repair of gas piping and other general repairs.

And, they don’t call Benjamin Franklin Plumbing “The Punctual Plumber” without reason. They are so dedicated to always being on time that if they don’t arrive at the appointed time, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing pays the customer for their being late.

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing has created a special website for Voorhees NJ residents, http://www.benfranklinplumbernj.com/voorhees/, to help new customers learn about the company and a complete, detailed description of the services they provide. They can also visit benfranklinplumbernj.com and scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the Voorhees NJ link. By clicking on the “Specials” tab, visitors can receive discounts on plumbing services.

About Benjamin Franklin Plumbing

“The Punctual Plumber” of West Berlin, NJ, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing proudly serves Voorhees, Marlton, Cherry Hill, Medford, Mt. Laurel, Haddenfield, South Jersey and more. They offer the most qualified technicians and products ranked among the best in the nation. Expert training, education and extensive experience ensure the plumbers of Benjamin Franklin Plumbing will meet and exceed expectations on every job, every time.

Contact: Jim Devine
(856) 306-5056 or support@benfranklinplumbernj.com
430 Commerce Lane Unit D2
West Berlin, NJ 08091

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