Plumbing Contractors for Quality and Reliable Service

With all your knowledge to do house-hold repairs for various facilities using Do-It-Yourself kits, plumbing is one area where most of the time you would need the services of an Orange County plumbing contractor having wide experience in dealing with all kinds of plumbing problems. Leakage in water or sewer lines, improper functioning of the heating and air conditioning system are some problems that you may face any time and often these are not easily repaired all by yourself with the best of DIY kits available in the market.
Hiring A Plumbing Contractor
It is important to hire a plumber who is licensed. Plumbers sometimes work at dangerous heights and their job is at times risky. A licensed plumber has sufficient skills to work in such conditions. It is also important to make sure that they are insured so that you do not have any liability later on in case of any accident of a worker doing the job in your premises. You should always ask for recommendations from your friends and family before choosing a plumbing contractor.
Apart from recommendations, you can try to look online by looking for reviews to assure that the quality of services provided by the contractor.
Installation and Repair of Equipments
A plumbing Orange County contractor can help you not just with installation process of many equipments you use at home, but also reduce your worries related to improper functioning as well as repair of these equipments. Sewer and water pipe fitting, water meters, storage tanks, sanitary fittings, heating and air conditioning system, water heaters are a few of the examples where you may require the service of certified Orange County plumbing contractors. If you’re considering a new water heater, now is the time to look into tankless water heaters, the newest and most energy and space efficient water heaters in the market today. Orange County plumbing contractors can also assist you with Orange County tankless water heater installation.
Emergency Services
Plumbing emergency can come at any time. Hence before hiring the services of any plumbing contractor, you should properly enquire about their emergency services. Ask if they offer specialized services available for on-call emergencies. When you encounter any plumbing emergencies, best way to look for a plumber is visit their website and examine the quality of work they do based on testimonials or reviews. Contact them through phone and ask for estimated time they will arrive at your home.

Contact us at 877-821-8277 to speak to the orange county heating or visit us online at to schedule a meeting. We will be quick to respond to any types of your plumbing requirement, including orange county plumbers.

Project Grand Slam Releases New Song to Benefit Victims of Child Abuse

Project Grand Slam, the contemporary electric jazz group, has today released their version of the classic Hollies hit, “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother”, with Special Guest Vocals by Joye Hennessey.

New York, NY, December 07, 2011 – Project Grand Slam, the contemporary electric jazz group, has today released their version of the classic Hollies hit, “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother”, with Special Guest Vocals by Joye Hennessey. The song is dedicated to the victims of child abuse, relating to the Penn State and recent Syracuse sexual abuse scandals.

Like millions of people across the United States and the world, the members of Project Grand Slam were horrified to learn of the sexual abuse allegations connected with Jerry Sandusky in the Penn State University football program and with Bernie Fine at Syracuse University. Project Grand Slam was completing its new album when they realized that “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” was particularly appropriate to the Penn State and Syracuse scandals. The song’s title was the motto for Father Flannigan’s Boys Town charity, which was created in the early 1900s to help disadvantaged and abused children. The song’s message of support for victims and the abused is consistent with Penn State’s and Syracuse’s healing efforts following the sexual abuse scandal. Therefore, Project Grand Slam decided to immediately release “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” as a single, and to donate proceeds from the song to benefit the victims of child abuse such as RAINN and Prevent Child Abuse PA.

The song is currently available for download on iTunes at The song will also be available for online streaming from Spotify, Napster, Amazon and others.

About Project Grand Slam
Project Grand Slam’s debut album, Play, released in 2008, garnered rave critical reviews. A track from the album, “The Captain Of Her Heart”, with guest vocals by Judie Tzuke, was a Top 20 radio hit. In addition, PGS and five tracks from Play were prominently featured in an episode of the hit NBC series, “Lipstick Jungle”, starring Brooke Shields.

The core members of Project Grand Slam are Robert Miller (Electric Bass, Composer), Ron Thaler (Drums, Percussion), and Gilad Ronen (Saxophones, Composer). Each has significant and extensive musical credentials. “He Ain’t Heavy” also features guest artists Mike Eckroth (Keyboards), Danny Lerman (Saxophones), Justin Smith (Strings) and Joye Hennessey (Special Guest Vocals).

Project Grand Slam’s follow up album containing “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” and seven other original tunes, will be released in early 2012.

To find Project Grand Slam on the web:
Official Website:

For further information contact: Chip Schutzman, Miles High Productions, 323 806 0400,

Chip Schutzman
Miles High Productions
P.O. Box 93157
Hollywood, CA 90093