Buss Plumbing & HVAC brings leadership and professionalism to a wide variety of residential and commercial plumbing, heating, and cooling services to Massachusetts and New Hampshire. With nearly three decades of experience, our team brings an added level of expertise to each project to ensure the job is done correctly and efficiently. We pride ourselves on finding custom solutions for the projects other companies say can’t be done. Constantly training and utilizing newer technologies and practices allows us to improve quality and efficiencies in all facets of our trade. At BUSS, each staff member is carefully selected to ensure customer service and satisfaction are key priorities for the numerous services we offer.
Whether you’re in need of a minor service call or are looking for a design-build partner for a plumbing, mechanical or HVAC system (partial and full remodels), you can count on our expertise and constant gravitation towards efficiency, quality and top-notch products to get the job done right the first time!
Contact us today to learn more about our services, affordable pricing and top of the line workmanship.
Fall is here – Is your heating system ready?
Heating season has finally arrived. For all the skiers out there, we hope this is the start of snow accumulating in the mountains. The changing of the leaves also marks the time to start up our heating systems and turn up the warmth inside that we love on those cold days.
Take a quick look at your heating system. If you have a boiler, look for any signs of leaks or corrosion. For hot air furnaces, check the filter – is it clean so that air can pass through and allow your system to run efficiently? Everyone should have a CO detector in the same room as the heating system – take the minute to double check you have one.
If anything isn’t looking right, isn’t running smoothly, or you have any questions about what to check, give us a call. If anyone you know needs their heating system serviced send them to us. We will have your boiler or furnace up and running smoothly to warm the winter air as the mornings continue to cool.