Don’t Forget About Your Water Heater, it Needs Cleaning Too! With lots of clear and mild days, fall is a good time of year to tackle some home projects. As you make your to-do list this year, don’t overlook your water heater. While we depend on water heaters every day, too often we forget that… Read more »
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Root clogs are a serious issue that impacts any homeowners with trees on their property. As the roots begin to invade the pipes, they can slow down or even fully stop the flow of water.
Everyone has had to deal with a clogged toilet at some point in their life. It happens. But absolutely nothing is worse than dealing with a toilet malfunction during special dinner nights.
During the Halloween season, it’s easy to hear spooky noises everywhere, especially late at night. While some of these sounds are caused by avid imaginations, others are caused by plumbing issues.
Your Plumbing Shouldn’t Be Part Of World Senior Citizen Day In 1990, the General Assembly of the United Nations proclaimed August 21st of every year to be World Senior Citizen Day. Originally established by President Ronald Reagan in 1988, the holiday was put into place to bring into light the obstacles the elder community faces.… Read more »
Who Should Install That New Sink? Can a plumber install a sink? That question seems silly, and yet, it pops up a lot all over the internet in FAQ sections. The answer is yes, as long as the plumbers you are referring to are licensed, insured, certified contractors, not amateur plumbers who watched a little… Read more »
Check Your Bathroom Plumbing for Savings on Your Water Bill The world is changing constantly many people are looking for ways that they can help the environment. But even if you aren’t too concerned about water conservation, you like saving money, right? Well, below are three things that you can do with your bathrooms’ plumbing… Read more »
Memorial Day: Always in Our Hearts During the Civil War, soldiers lived and fought in unsanitary conditions. Lack of bathing meant their bodies were dirty, and they suffered from various ailments like army itch and lice. Lack of clean drinking water meant they suffered from diseases like typhoid. Sadly, 45,000 Union soldiers and 50,000 Confederate… Read more »