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Licenses 8112144 (MP) and 8003635 (CL)

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Birmingham Plumbing, Heating & Cooling
655 S. Eton St.
Birmingham, MI 48150
Local Phone: 248-792-0179
24-Hour Emergency Service Available!
Licensed and Insured
Mechanical License: 7116788
Licenses 8112144 (MP) and 8003635 (CL)

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About Us

Licenses 8112144 (MP)
and 8003635 (CL)

Birmingham Plumbing, Heating & Cooling has 

been servicing Detroit, Ann Arbor and the
surrounding areas for the last 10 years.

Primary Focus

  • Basement Flooding
  • Drain Line Cleanout
  • Emergency Work
  • Leaky Faucets
    And Toilets


  • Running Water
  • Sewer Backup
  • Sewer Line Snaking
  • Sump Pump Repair

Secondary Focus

  • Installation Of New Plumbing
  • Kitchen Plumbing Remodeling
  • New Sump Pumps
Our Focus Is Always Clear –
No Matter What The Service, We Will Always Care For You
In A Timely And Efficient Manner

Lead-Safe Certified Plumbing Company

We are a Lead-Safe Certified plumbing company.

On April 22, 2010, the new EPA rules for lead renovation, repair and painting go into effect. The new rules are meant to protect young children and pregnant women from lead poisoning from lead based paints. The new rules require the containment of any renovation related dust and extensive clean up after the project is finished.

This EPA program is a federal regulatory program affecting renovation firms and individual workers who disturb lead base painted surfaces. It includes renovations to residential houses, apartments and child-occupied facilities such as schools and day-care centers built before 1978 and containing lead based paint. Renovation is broadly defined as any activity that disturbs painted surfaces and includes most repair, remodeling and maintenance activities, including window replacement and siding replacement. Under EPA’s RRP Program, both construction firms and individual workers who perform (or direct other workers to perform) renovations must be certified by EPA by April 2010. In addition, all crew members must be trained on the lead-safe work practices that they must use when performing their work. The certified renovator is required to ensure that the renovation is performed in accordance with the work practice standards of the RRP Program, among other things. These requirements pertain to warning signs and work area containment, the restriction or prohibition of certain practices, waste handling, cleaning and post-renovation cleaning verification.

What Does That Mean To You As A Homeowner?

The new requirements mean that you need to ensure that your local plumber that you hire is certified to do the work in your home. If your home is pre-1978, you need to ask your contractor for his certification documents.

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