Carroll’s Best 2019


2019 Carroll’s Best voting is here! We would appreciate your vote for best plumber & best water conditioning company. You can vote by clicking the link below. Voting ends August 17th! ?

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Golf Tournament Sponsors!

We had the pleasure to sponsor two Golf Tournaments in the month of June.

Good News Jail Ministry and Golf For Jake. Both events were great and both were for a great cause!



A few weekends ago we had the opportunity to sponsor the Crossroads 0.5k. We were happy to sponsor this great event for local missions at Crossroads 140!


Rheem Pro Partner!

Thank you Rheem for making us one of your top air conditioning and HVAC contractors!

New Project!

Today we started doing pipe work at a brand new ice rink in Columbia, across from Merriweather Post Pavilion! Here are some photos:


Carroll Magazine Article

We had the pleasure of working with Carroll Magazine this past month! They were kind enough to write an article on our company. Read it below!


First Class welcomes a new employee!

First Class welcomes Steve Morris! He brings over 40 years of gas pipeline and gas management experience to the team!

Steve worked for BGE and Eversource prior. Steve was brought on to manage the new gas services department which works directly with BGE!

Protect Your Pipes!

Protect your water pipes from freezing during this cold weather:
?Let a small stream of water flow from a faucet. Running water through a pipe, even at a trickle, helps prevent it from freezing.
?Keep exterior doors and windows near exposed plumbing tightly closed. Cold winds whistling through overlooked openings can quickly freeze exposed water pipes.
??Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing, especially if your sinks are on an exterior wall.
??Use a space heater to increase the temperature in a room with plumbing you know is prone to freezing. Always follow safety guidelines and never leave a heater unattended.
?Leave the heat on in your home set to a temperature no lower than 55° F.

Source: @ClevelandWater