Rusty Plumbing Mishaps

When you turn on your sink, you expect to see crystal clear water flowing at the perfect pressure. If that water is even slightly discolored, all sorts of alarms start going off in your brain. Even if the water is clear and you take a look under the sink and see orange, rusty plumbing you are bound to be concerned. … Read More

12 Ways to Avoid Frozen Pipes

It seems that winter hits like a brick wall. The holidays keep you busy enough without having to worry about a plumbing disaster. Get yourself ready for the long winter months before it’s too late. Here are 12 ways to prevent frozen pipes in your home.   1. Insulate Pipes Using wrap or tubular insulation is a quick and inexpensive … Read More

Camera Inspection Service: Plumbing Necessity

What Is a Camera Inspection Service The majority of your plumbing is buried deep below the surface. And I mean that literally. The larger sewage pipes are located beneath your home’s foundation. That means 4 to 5 feet of concrete and a couple feet of dirt. That is why video cameras have rapidly become the most valuable tools in the … Read More

6 Reasons to Get a Professional Drain Cleaning

You’ve done the plunging, the snaking and used drain cleaners, but have you ever had a professional drain cleaning? You don’t know what you’re missing. Let a pro come in to save you the hassle and the worry. Here are the six reasons to call your plumber today:   1. Pros Bring the Big Guns Face it, you just don’t … Read More

Plumbing Insulation: Winterize Your Home

You would think you only need to winterize temporary homes; like camp trailers that are going to sit unused all winter. The truth is, even your home needs extra protection before winter hits. Frozen pipes are not only an inconvenience, but a disaster waiting to happen. Before winter hits,(and hits hard) stock up on some trendy sweaters and educate yourself … Read More

Water Quality in East Idaho

The soil here is Eastern Idaho is Amazing! The fertile rich soil is the perfect blend of minerals and nutrients to produce our world famous Idaho Potatoes! The minerals in the ground unfortunately make their way into our water supply, whether you get your water from a city supply or a well these minerals make our water hard. Hard water … Read More

Getting Changes in Water Pressure?

How’s the water pressure in your home? Is it time to do something about it? If you flush the toilet and it impacts your shower water pressure, if you have leaky pipes, if you have plugged up faucets and shower heads, or your water is brownish, or orangeish, or some other color as it comes out of your spigot we … Read More

Plumbing Upgrades: Increasing Your Home’s Value

Upgrading your home is never a bad idea, whether you are planning to sell or not. Increasing your home’s value does not always have to mean making extravagant changes. Even the small changes can make subtle, yet significant improvements to your home. Plumbing is a great place to start. Modern plumbing is a huge selling point for a home. Especially … Read More

7 Reasons to Invest in a Water Softener

If you still don’t have a water softener in your home, you are missing out. Hard water discretely leaves its unforgiving mark all over your home. Hard water is simply water with high levels of minerals like calcium and magnesium. These minerals leave behind a residue that ranges from annoying to destructive. Installing a water softener is the safe, and … Read More

5 Summer Plumbing Problems to Avoid

I live for the beautiful changing of the seasons here in Idaho. With our long, painful winters, summer is such a short lived treat. We have to savor it. Make sure your house is ready for the beautiful summer season, so you can spend all your time enjoying it. Because when it comes to summer plumbing: April showers can bring … Read More