Monthly Archives: June 2010

Tips For Clearing A Blocked Drain

June 29th, 2010|

Whether its early morning before work, or in the final preparations before a dinner party, finding a blocked drain can be more than a minor inconvenience. It can be hours of work determining where the problem lies, and finding the right tools to handle the situation.

The most logical starting point is trying powders, clog removers […]

Water Conservation Tips For Renovating Your Home

June 25th, 2010|

Plumbers are home owners too and when we work at renovating our homes, we start by looking at the latest water conservation ideas.

We all need to do our part to conserve resources.  And thanks to new technology, there are more options then ever. You don’t have to make a choice between beautiful fixtures or water […]

Appreciate Your Plumbing Heating and Cooling Professionals Week

June 24th, 2010|

It’s Appreciate Your Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Professionals Week, celebrated every year on the last week of June. Sponsored by the Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractor National Association (PHCC), this year it’s also a celebration of the 127th year PHCC was founded.

As a plumber, our goal is to stretch beyond fixing your emergency plumbing jobs. We […]

Hybrid Water Heaters

June 17th, 2010|

If you’ve done any research on water heaters, chances are you’ve come across two basic systems: tank and tankless. While many sites and companies are touting tankless water heaters as the way to “go green” and be more efficient in the way your home heats water, it certainly has just as many drawbacks as well. […]

Green Plumbing Ideas for Landscaping

June 15th, 2010|

If you have monitored the cost of watering your landscape from year to year, and realize the price does everything but go down, you may be longing to make your yard a more economical feature of your home. “Going Green” may be in the cards for you this summer.

“Going Green” means more than just cutting […]

Steps To Take When Facing A Broken Sewer Pipe

June 11th, 2010|

Within your home, there are several different types of plumbing systems, one of them being your drainage system. The main sewer line is the lifeline for your home, allowing plumbing waste a way to navigate away from your home and into the main sewer line. And if you or your neighbors have ever faced a […]

A Guide To Toilet Plumbing Installation

June 10th, 2010|

Ambitious do-it-yourself homeowners are known for tackling large home improvement projects, but even the best-intentioned home renovators may find themselves overwhelmed by the surprising complexity of toilet plumbing and installation. Most of the plumbing for a toilet is installed in the floor or walls, making installation complicated and delicate, even for experienced plumbers. If you […]

Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Local Plumbing Service

June 4th, 2010|

Do-it-yourself home repairs are becoming increasingly popular in the wake of home remodeling television shows and user-friendly home repair guides. Plumbing, however, remains one area of home ownerships that is best left to the professionals. Whether you’re remodeling your bathroom or demolishing your kitchen, there are several questions you should ask a local plumber before […]

7 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Commercial Plumbing Contractor

June 2nd, 2010|

Hiring the right commercial plumbing contractor can be the difference between high-quality work and a disaster waiting to happen. In the struggling economy, people are more cost-conscious than ever, but guaranteeing good work is worth the cost. Before you commit to a commercial plumbing contractor, ask the right questions to guarantee that you are getting […]