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HVAC

20/20 Plumbing & Heating Begins HVAC Installation for Lennar’s Oasis at Rancho Mission Viejo

20/20 Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is busy installing HVAC in Lennar’s exciting new home development, Oasis. One of the new communities currently underway in the Village of Rienda at Rancho Mission Viejo, Oasis is a collection of two and three-story attached townhomes showcasing one, two and three bedroom floor plans, open-concept living, decks and convenient flex spaces to accommodate working and playing at home. Lennar is one of four homebuilders that are shaping the Village of Rienda, which is scheduled to include 671 homes in seven neighborhoods.

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HVAC

20/20 Announces Newly Awarded Plumbing and HVAC Project in Sorrento Mesa

20/20 Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is proud to announce its newly awarded project in Sorrento Mesa, where it is installing both plumbing and HVAC. BRIO and DORSEY are two neighborhoods inside the new 3Roots masterplan community, located in the surrounding hills of San Diego’s Sorrento Mesa. Builder California West envisions its collection of neighborhoods as a “welltopia” inspired by wonder, wellness and wisdom, and endowed with all the elements residents need to enjoy a happier and healthier life. Read more

HVAC

20/20 Plumbing and Heating Installs HVAC at Newpark by Pardee Homes in Centennial

20/20 Plumbing and Heating, Inc. recently partnered with premier homebuilder Tri Pointe Homes to provide HVAC installation for its Newpark by Pardee Homes community in Menifee. This masterplan luxury neighborhood of 3- and 4-bedroom residences features spacious homes on large lots. Three floorpans ranging from 2,616 to 3,296 square feet showcase modern architecture with open-plan layouts. Each model includes a GenSmart Suite thoughtfully designed for multigenerational families.

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Safety

How 20/20 Plumbing & Heating Makes Safety a Priority

In 2018, the construction industry had 1,008 worker fatalities in the private industry (or 21.1 percent of all fatalities in the private industry). According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction’s “Fatal Four” — falls, struck by an object, electrocution, and caught-in/between — were responsible for more than half (58.6 percent) of construction worker deaths in 2018.Read more