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Portland Plumbing Plus is fully licensed, bonded and insured in Oregon and Washington. Our $2,000.000.00 insurance policy ensures that our customers' properties are fully protected and covered. Licenses: Oregon Construction Contractor CCB License #: 198039, Washington Construction Contractor License #: PORTLPP893JL, Plumbing License #: PB1265, Electrical License #: LMS218, Street Opening License in Oregon and Washington

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Sewer Line Connection For Free

Vickie Wilkinson
Portland, OR
My brother has been without a sewer connection to his trailer for months and facing possible eviction. Bob responded quickly to our request for free service, came the next morning to connect my brother's trailer to the park sewer system -- all cheerfully and for free. He is a rare, good-hearted and truly giving person. We were at our wits' end and he came to the rescue.

In addition, he is connecting us with some guys who can fix things in my brother's trailer including replacing a missing door and broken windows.

We are forever grateful for his fixing this vexing problem. He got the job done, was extremely nice and didn't charge us at all.

He is wonderful!

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Question: Dangers of Asbestos

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Dangers of Asbestos Insulation in Water Heaters
Is a water heater with cement/asbestos lining safe to use? It is old and seems to work well. Can you do laundry and bathe safely with it? Thank You

Answer

Asbestos insulation in water heaters is dangerous in my opinion. If the asbestos is not disturbed and the dust drifts to where you can breath it, you would be safe. But if it's disturbed and the dust breathed, asbestos can stay in the lungs for a long time and cause different kinds of cancer including mesothelioma. Why have such a dangerous substance in the home at all? I wouldn't and no one should, especially when there is no guarantee that it wouldn't be disturbed...

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