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Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Announces New Web Access to Customers for Plumbers in South Jersey

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West Berlin, NJ – May 3, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, a leading plumbing company for plumbers in Sourth Jersey, announced a new way for residents to gain fast access to all the services and special discounts provided by Benjamin Franklin Plumbing. To do this, South Jersey customers can go to their special web page at benfranklinplumbernj.com/south-jersey or click on the South Jersey link at the bottom of the BenFranklinPlumberNJ.com home page.

Benjamin Franklin Plumbing has more than 20 years’ experience as a South Jersey Plumber. The courteous and professional employees are committed to providing South Jersey customers with the best customer service and plumbing repair or installation services possible. They are so fanatical about living up to their nickname “The Punctual Plumber” they guarantee that if they do not arrive at the appointed time, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing pays the customer for being late.

The goal of all those who work for Benjamin Franklin Plumbing is 100% customer satisfaction. This dedication earned the company the 2013 Reader’s Choice Best of South Jersey Award for “Best Plumber” sponsored by the Courier Post newspaper.

South Jersey customers can always rely on Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, whatever their plumbing needs. Besides specializing in drain cleaning, trenchless sewer repairs and hot water heater repairs and replacement, other services South Jersey customers can expect include, 24/7 emergency calls, de-rooting troublesome trees, fixing leaky pipes and toilets, water filtration, installation of new fixtures and faucets, locating and repairing gas piping, and video drain line inspections.

Their flat-rate pricing is very popular among South Jersey customers, who appreciate knowing what the complete cost of a job is before it starts and that the price will not change midway through the job.

Special Internet-only discounts are also offered on the website to South Jersey customers. Visitors to BenFranklinPlumberNJ.com can get discounts, such as $25 off a service call and $119 drain cleaning special. There is also the Benjamin Franklin Plumbing $100 water heater trade-in guarantee.

For anyone looking for a South Jersey Plumber, the Benjamin Franklin Plumbing website makes it fast and easy by providing contact phone numbers and access via Facebook and Google+ as well as an online request form.

About Benjamin Franklin Plumbing

With their real-world experience, cutting-edge industry knowledge, and courteous manners the plumbers and staff of Benjamin Franklin Plumbing make it the plumbing company of choice for residential and commercial property owners in South Jersey, Voorhees, Marlton, Cherry Hill, Medford, Mt. Laurel, Haddenfield and those in surrounding southern New Jersey areas.

Contact: Jim Devine
(856) 306-5056 or support@benfranklinplumbernj.com
430 Commerce Lane, Unit D2
West Berlin, NJ 08091

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