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NEW WEBSITE: Have you heard? O'Grady Plumbing has a new website! Learn more by reading our latest blog post.

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REVIEWS: Our founder and head honcho Paul O'Grady recently took a peek at O'Grady Plumbing's reviews on Yelp.com. His plan was to read them from the standpoint of a potential customer looking to hire us for a commercial or residential plumbing job in San Francisco. What happened next lead to Paul drafting the latest O'Grady Plumbing blog post. Check it out for yourself using the link below.

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From time to time on the O'Grady Plumbing blog, we like to highlight one of our team members. This time around we’re pointing the plumber’s spotlight at Tung Pham. Maybe it was his Army training, but Tung hit the deck running when he joined our team in the spring of 2014. Learn all about Tung, his background, and his plumbing heroics by reading our latest blog post.

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WATER ALARM SENSORS: A customer recently asked our founder, Paul O'Grady, if he thought it would be ”excessive” to install a water sensor alarm to protect her home from damage caused by water leaks and floods. Paul's first thought was this might be a bit much. Find out what happened next by reading the latest O'Grady Plumbing blog post.

#plumbing   #plumbingservices   #sanfrancisco   #sanmateo  

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HOW TO BECOME A PLUMBER: Doing plumbing and becoming a plumber are horses of a different color — only incidentally related and with a distinctly different significance. It’s like what you can expect to get when calling someone certified in First Aid as opposed to phoning a physician for your medical needs. In the latest O'Grady Plumbing blog post, founder Paul O'Grady offers fresh advice to anyone even remotely interested in the plumbing trade.

#plumbing   #career   #sanfrancisco  

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CELLPHONE REPAIR TRICK: Recently, one of O'Grady Plumbing’s HTC smartphones ended up in a sewage ejector tank. It was a simple mistake. One of our plumbers leaned forward to take a quick look at the tank and — even quicker — the phone slid out of his breast pocket and landed right in the sewage basin. Learn about Paul O'Grady's cellphone repair trick by reading his latest blog post.

#howto   #cellphone   #waterdamage  

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SHOUT OUT: Half the reward of building a business in San Francisco is watching other businesses and organizations grow up alongside you. Take the Golden Gate Mothers Group (GGMG) for example. Begun in the mid-1990s by a group of San Francisco moms, this nonprofit hit the deck running and has never looked back. Read Paul O'Grady's shout out to GGMG on our blog, and please share this post with anyone who can benefit from GGMG's network and services.

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BATHROOM READS: As an avid daydreamer and a voracious reader, our founder and president, Paul O'Grady, finds it quite easy to get buried in a book no matter where he is. And he admits that a great place to read is on the bathroom throne. With that in mind, we recommend reading Paul's latest blog post on the O'Grady Plumbing blog, in which he provides a list of the best material to read in the bathroom.
#plumber   #sanfrancisco   #readinglist  

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TOILET PAPER - 1 PLY VERSUS 2 PLY: With new low-flow toilets everywhere these days (except in older San Francisco homes and business) many of our customers here at O'Grady Plumbing have been asking if they should downgrade the quality of their toilet paper, maybe going to Brand X as opposed to the plush two-ply soft-as-a-blanket varieties we all grew up with. Read our latest blog post for Paul O'Grady's thoughts on 1 ply versus 2 ply toilet paper.

#plumbing   #plumbingtips   #sanfrancisco  

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Meet Sean Ryan — he’s one of the people here at O'Grady Plumbing that keeps our office lean and efficient. In addition to answering phones and fielding questions about plumbing problems persistently plaguing perplexed people, Sean is tasked with replicating our inventory system in order to ensure all of the tools and parts we need to do our work is always on hand. Get to know Sean by reading our latest blog post.
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