Plumbing Tips

3 Quick Ways To Fix Your Leaky Pipes

December 3rd, 2014|

Nothing can be worse than walking into a room and finding a puddle of water. Water damage can quickly add up, so finding the root of the problem and fixing it fast is your only course of action.

Leaky pipes are big problems. But in some cases, it may take a little bit of time to […]

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What’s In Your Drain That’s Causing A Clog?

November 29th, 2014|

If you have a home, and you have a drain, at some point in time you’ll have a clog. You can control it by watching what you put down the drain, yet invariably at some point something will build up, causing a clog.

Clogs can be caused by a variety of things, depending on which drain […]

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Why Does A Plumber Cost So Much?

November 26th, 2014|

Hiring a plumber isn’t something you do every day. In fact, in most cases its something you do in an unexpected, emergency situation, which makes the process that much more frustrating. You may have been saving money for something else, and all of a sudden you’re hit with a large bill.

Why does a plumber cost […]

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Can Your Gas Appliances Make You Sick?

November 19th, 2014|

Every year there are usually one or two stories in the news about the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning. They are always difficult to hear, especially when the outcome is fatal.

Especially because it doesn’t have to happen.

Carbon monoxide poisoning isn’t something new. And its not something that will be removed from our society any time […]

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Thanksgiving Advice … From Your Plumber

November 15th, 2014|

November is here, the cold weather is upon us, and that means the holidays aren’t far behind. First up – Thanksgiving. And with it means lots of friends and family, lots of food … and in some cases lots of plumbing problems.

Thanksgiving is the single busiest day of the year for residential plumbers. After a […]

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Why A High Water Bill Could Be A Sign Of A Water Main Problem

November 12th, 2014|

One of the most common questions we receive from our customers is:

Who is responsible for the main water line if it breaks or has a problem?

The answer is one many don’t expect: you are.

As a homeowner, you are responsible for the water main pipe that begins at the curb of your property, and runs into […]

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Perform These Plumbing Inspections Before Buying A Home

November 5th, 2014|

Nothing can be more exciting than buying a new home. However, if two weeks after you move in things start happening with your plumbing system, you may soon be convinced you purchased the “money pit”. There is a way to avoid all of that … perform a plumbing inspection before buying a home, and you’ll […]

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Professional Plumbing Contractors

November 1st, 2014|

Plumbing. Its one of those things we rely on every single day. Yet overall, we don’t think much about it. We know plumbing controls the water in our house, but how the process works is usually something we take for granted. Ask 10 people on your block where the water shut-off valve is to their […]

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How To Give Your Shower More Power Without Wasting Water

October 25th, 2014|

It’s a cold morning. The air in your bedroom has yet to be warmed. The floor is icy to the touch. Yet all you have to do is make it to the shower, and you can stand there soaking in the warmth.

Nothing feels better than a warm stream of water working its magic to warm […]

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How To Keep Your Water Flowing Even When Its Cold

October 15th, 2014|

The arrival of winter and cold weather has the potential to invite a multitude of potential plumbing problems into the home as well. Frozen or cracked pipes, a frigid step into a morning shower, small leaks that quickly escalate into big problems, even sudden bursts which cause flooding throughout your home all can make a […]

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The Basics Of Toilet Tank Floats

October 11th, 2014|

If you’ve ever lifted the lid on the tank of your toilet, you’ve most likely seen the toilet float. The toilet float is the device that allows the water to fill the tank without overflowing. Also called the ballcock or float valve, they’ve changed in design over the years from a variety of materials.

Older style […]

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Home Eye Safety Month – Stay Safe With Plumbing Maintenance

October 7th, 2014|

A recent study conducted by the American Academy of Ophthalmology showed that only 35 percent of respondents wear eye protection when performing home repairs or work on home maintenance projects. That means 65 percent are subjected to potential threats to the eyes, and in many cases these injuries aren’t treated in the appropriate way.

Men are […]

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