Al Terry is more than willing and happy to provide any and all of our services to the town of Durham, NH. Durham is a town in Strafford County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 15,490 at the 2020 census. Durham is home to the University of New Hampshire. Al Terry is happy to work with as many households or businesses as possible.With only a 45-minute drive from Durham to Al Terry’s headquarters in Hooksett, NH we are able to provide service to its residents on the same day of any service request. We are available 24/7 because we know plumbing and heating issues can arise at any moment.
Plumbing in Durham, NH
Remember to call Al Terry anytime a plumbing issue arises. Issues often happen at the most inconvenient times, but we take pride in being available at any time to ensure your home or business is running smoothly and safely. Some of our services include leaky faucets, clogged drains, no water, sewer line replacements and much more! Please check out the rest of our website to get a better look at what we have to offer.
Heating in Durham, NH
Just like plumbing, heating is extremely important to have under control and running properly. New Hampshire can be very cold in the winter. We want to ensure that your home stays warm throughout the winter season and of course cool in the summer. Some of our heating services include anything from simple inspections and repairs to heating furnace and boiler installations and plenty more! All of Al Terry’s repair work comes with a 2-year parts and labor warranty and all new installations come with a 5-year parts and labor warranty. This is to ensure that you are getting the quality service that we promise to deliver. Please feel free to give us a call at 603-485-4205 or fill out a contact form for further information
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