Brown's Plumbing, LLC  H.P. #3799                                                       "Like" us on Facebook
Brown's Plumbing, LLC proudly services the Greater Pittsburgh Area and is locally owned and operated by Registered Master Plumber, Matt Brown. I possess over 10 years of industry knowledge and trade experience to offer a wide range of plumbing services for customers. Likewise, I service residential homes, apartments, commercial properties, and small businesses. As a Registered Master Plumber, I have tremendous experience with installing, repairing, and replacing a number of plumbing fixtures and systems found in some of the oldest homes and buildings throughout the area.

Whether you are looking to upgrade your old plumbing system (or just caught in an unexpected plumbing emergency), I'm a Registered Master Plumber here to help you every step of the way. Please feel free to browse my website to learn more about Brown's Plumbing, LLC, the various plumbing services I offer, the many areas I serve, and how my pricing system beats all competitors. My truck is outfitted with the best supplies and equipment to handle most plumbing emergencies, so you can feel confident that I'll be prepared to quickly resolve your plumbing issue in one trip.

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You got a second? Actually 3 seconds.....

The average leaky faucet drips once every 3 seconds. [I guess when you're a plumber you notice this sort of thing.] Obviously, a leaky faucet wastes water. However, not many people think about the amount of water that is actually being wasted over time, and how their money is (literally) going down the drain.

Well, here is something to ponder. If your faucet drips once every 3 seconds, then every minute it drips 20 times.  If you continue the math for the duration of an entire year, your leaky faucet will drip 10,512,000 times during that period, wasting over 694 gallons of water. Yup, that's right…..694 gallons of water wasted in just one year!

Don't you think it's time to fix that leaky faucet???


(By the way, this faucet drips about 36 times a minute.)