The Importance of Fixing Leaks Quickly You walk into your bathroom one morning and you notice a leak from your bathroom. Seeing that the leak is small, you just ignore it. You turn around and you notice some stains and molds growing on the walls of your bathroom… A little bit later you start sneezing.... Read more »
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There might be several plumbers near you but that doesn’t mean they’re the plumbers you should hire. Here are other details you should look into as well.
A clogged shower drain may require a plumber or could be fixed with a few DIY hacks such as the fixes in this article. The specific situation is what tells, do you know what to do?
While it can be tempting to simply dump liquid drain cleaner down any drains that seem like they might be clogged, it can actually end up doing much more harm than good.
A pipe burst is a homeowner’s true nightmare. It’s shocking, and it leaves behind thousands of dollars of damage. The water can spray out everywhere, so it's always best to prevent them.
Yellow water is a common occurrence in many households. It can be caused by a variety of factors, but luckily many of them are easy to fix. This article highlights why.
Autumn is a fantastic time of year, with cool temperatures, comfy clothing, and beautiful foliage. But that beautiful foliage also has a tendency to fall to the ground, leaving a plumbing mess.
Should You Use Copper Pipes or Plastic Pipes for your Piping System? The best type of pipes for your home’s piping system is an ongoing debate, with some people advocating for copper and other for plastic. You’ll often hear people trying to convince you to get one type or another, passionately sharing the many benefits... Read more »
Use A Water Filter To Create Yummy Beverages Nothing beats the summer heat better than an ice-cold beverage. Thanks to the invention of indoor plumbing, we get to enjoy moments like that all summer long. A homemade beverage is best. But did you know that the quality of water can alter the taste? Water filters... Read more »
DIY Dad’s Biggest Plumbing Fails Whenever something broke around your house when you were a kid, did you immediately holler for your dad? Even now that you’ve grown up and bought your own home, you probably still have your dad on speed dial for when something goes wrong. Dads are the protectors of our home... Read more »
Showering Without A Water Heater? Yikes! Don’t you just love a freezing cold bath? Or how about a shower with temperatures below freezing? We don’t think so! Rarely anyone enjoys cold showers for relaxation purposes so what would you do without a reliable water heater installed in your home? We know the answer, freeze! While... Read more »
Keep Your Pipes Healthy Even Through April Showers The heavy rainfalls of spring are great for your yard and garden, but they will not only ruin your next barbecue but also will potentially cause damage to your plumbing. Rainfall, especially heavy and sudden, can create massive problems for your outdoor – and indoor – plumbing.... Read more »
Could Dust in Your Water Force a Plumbing Emergency? With the spring months come warmer weather, family gatherings, and plenty of dust and pollen in the air. This wonderful time of year can often remind us of a certain song - Another One Bites the Dust. While it has a catchy beat and easy enough... Read more »
A Valentine’s Day Surprise... For Your Plumbing! Valentine's Day means more than just buying a cheesy card and some cheap chocolate candy for the love of your life. It represents a time you can genuinely express the appreciation you feel for that special someone. Maybe you're already thinking of the perfect, romantic gesture for this... Read more »
Little Known Benefits of Choosing a Tankless Water Heater Maybe your traditional water heater is in its last years or maybe you’re tired of fighting over the lack of hot water in your home. No matter the reason, you know that a new water heater is in your future. However, before you decide to purchase... Read more »
Don't Let Your Insurance Backfire! Make Sure Water Leaks Are Covered Imagine coming home and realizing that you suddenly have a large patch of water damage on your first-floor ceiling. You go upstairs to make check the source, but no water faucet is on and you can’t locate the source. You figure it must be... Read more »