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What Inspection Camera Technology Does For Drain Cleaning

September 24th, 2014|

Today’s technology has changed every industry in our society, and plumbing is no exception. Drain cleaning cameras and inspection technology helps us in three distinct ways:

Before drain cleaning, it helps us locate and determine the extent of the problem, and define the course of action
During drain cleaning, it allows us to determine progress
After drain cleaning, […]

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Does My Water Heater Need Professional Repair?

September 8th, 2014|

Your home contains a series of networks and systems that provide you with all of the modern conveniences we know and expect today. While the plumbing system is a series of pipes that run from top to bottom of your home, the water heater is the heart of it all controlling where water goes and […]

When Your Washing Machine Won’t Drain

September 6th, 2014|

Have you ever opened up your washing machine at the end of its cycle, only to discover that the cycle is over, but the washing machine is anything but drained? Inside you find your clothes sitting in a pool of water, sopping wet from top to bottom. There is no throwing sopping wet clothes into […]

10 Signs You Need A New Water Heater

September 2nd, 2014|

10. You have no idea the last time your water heater was replaced. Most water heaters last between 10 and 15 years. If yours is older or you aren’t sure when it was last replaced, it may be nearing the end of its life.

9. When you turn on the hot water, the clear water you […]

The 3 Things You Should Stop Flushing Down The Toilet Today

August 1st, 2014|

We’re a nation of convenience. We always have something on our plates, some place to go, something to do. And because of it, we’re always looking for products that make our lives just a little easier.

That’s how baby wipes were invented. What could be more convenient than having clean flushable wipes for keeping messes off […]

The Importance Of A Plumbing Plan

July 26th, 2014|

What would you do is you walked into your basement and 3 inches of water covered the floor?

What is you walked into your garage after a bitter cold night to find ice hanging from everything?

What if a pipe broke in your kitchen and water began spraying everywhere?

Not something we like to consider or even think […]

How To Use A Plunger To Unclog Your Toilet, Sink or Tub

July 23rd, 2014|

Every home has one. And chances are when you need one, you simple grab it and start to use it without really thinking much about it. I’m talking about the common household plunger. Whether the water in your sink simply won’t go down, or a flush of your toilet makes the water rise instead of […]

Lead Free Plumbing – New Standards For Plumbing Fittings, Fixtures, Pipes and Valves

July 3rd, 2014|

In January of 2014, the Lead Free Law went into effect. This new law requires that every plumbing fitting, fixture, pipe and valve that is used to convey water for potable use contain less than 0.25 percent lead by weight. This law was written to ensure that our drinking water is as clean as possible, […]

The Dangers Of Polybutylene Pipe In Your Plumbing

June 21st, 2014|

How old your home determines the type of building materials used when the home was constructed. Different types of piping were used: plastic, copper, galvanized, Polybutylene, PVC, cpvc, polyethylene, etc.

Like other types of materials that were once considered safe, there are different types of piping used in your plumbing system that while once was the […]

Why Epoxy Pipe Lining May Be The Solution To Your Plumbing Needs

June 18th, 2014|

If you have an older home, you probably love it for all of its quirks and originality. They often have large trees, beautiful landscaping, and a non-cookie cutter feel.

Yet for all we love about our older homes, sometimes a few things happen that make us question whether it would be easier to sell it and […]

Slab Leak Prevention

June 14th, 2014|

One of the most destructive forces of nature. Just look to the flooding here in Colorado this past year for evidence. What starts out as a small trickle can quickly fill your glass with refreshing water. Let it run even more and it can quickly turn into a force that can cause severe damage throughout […]

Dangers of Delaying Plumbing Repairs

June 7th, 2014|

What can damage your home quicker than anything else? Water. While water is a natural part of our life, we drink it, consume it in many things, and live around it all the time, its also one of the most destructive forces in nature.

When water flows correctly, it is an asset in our lives. When […]