Our company is the best choice for heating and plumbing repair work in Pittsburgh, PA and surrounding areas. As registered master technicians, we promptly and effectively install new or repair existing plumbing and heating apparatus. Water heaters and boilers are two of our specialties. We also provide complete services for kitchens and bathrooms. Our goal is complete satisfaction for our residential and commercial customers.


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  City Pittsburgh, PA
  Zip Code 15203
  Address 41 Glenbury Street
  Phone Number (412) 531-3035

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For master plumbing contractors who protect your property against water damage, turn to Michael Poremski & Son Plumbing & Heating, Inc. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We offer residential and commercial plumbing services, including water heater installations, fixture replacements, sewer line services, gas line installation or repair, and pipe or drain repairs. For over 30 years, our family-owned-and-operated company has been known for certified and exceptional service that has earned us a great reputation.


Michael Poremski & Son Plumbing & Heating, Inc. has been the premier residential and commercial plumbing company in Pittsburgh, PA since 1985, providing plumbing services for a wide range of customers who have come to depend on our level of professionalism, superior workmanship and unsurpassed level of customer service. Our plumbers are all certified, insured and well trained, so they can diagnose your problem quickly. We take pride in our fleet of clean, well maintained, late-model service vehicles and furnish them with the latest in plumbing equipment and tools to try to make sure our plumbers have what they need to complete your plumbing repair or installation job in a single service call.


Michael Poremski & Son Plumbing & Heating, Inc. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is proud to be ASSE International Certified Backflow Inspection professionals. We are here to handle all you your backflow and cross-connection needs. When water reverses flow from it's intended direction, this can become a dangerous problem know as backflow. A cross-connection is the connection that links two separate systems of piping. One of the systems contains drinkable water and the other piping system contains water that may not be safe for consumption.