3 Most Common Toilet Problems

Water Always Running Is your toilet water always running? If only you could just go catch it! The noise alone is enough to drive you crazy, but there’s also the climbing utility bill due to excessive water wasted. No need to wait until your bill skyrockets. You can fix your toilet problems in a snap. Your problem could be one … 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

Hard Water: Hard on Plumbing

Hard water occurs naturally, but has some harmful effects on your household. We all know that hard water clings to our appliances making it a nightmare to clean. But did you know that hard water can be hard on your skin, hair, clothes, and even your plumbing?   What is Hard Water Hard water is caused by high amounts of … 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

Drain Cleaning Services Explained

Drain Cleaning Regularly using drain cleaning products can be great to help prevent blockage, but it doesn’t always do the trick. Periodically, every drain will need a good, professional cleaning to keep things running smoothly. You shouldn’t wait until a clog interrupts your everyday life. Buildups in drains can occur slowly and clearing it before it clogs can save you … Read More

Toilet Replacement in 10 Easy Steps

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There comes a time in everyone’s life, when your toilet will need replacing. Whether it be because of constant maintenance, water leaks, or to save water- a new toilet can be the solution you are looking for. Toilet replacement is a great way to spruce up your home and even add some value. This is a task many tackle alone, … Read More

Early Signs of Main Sewer Line Clog

Unclogging septic system. Cleaning and unblocking drain full of disposable wipes and other non biodegradable items.

Our main sewer line takes waste water away from our homes and into the underground sewer mains. We rely on our sewer lines greatly but don’t often give them a second thought. Out of sight, out of mind. It is just something that we expect to happen. You never think a main sewer line clog will happen to you, are … Read More

Protect Your Drains

Sink drain stopper clogged with a disgusting mass of hair and grime.

Clogged drains can quickly lead to disaster when left untreated. To avoid the expense of line replacement it’s important to take careful care of your drain lines. There are a few items that find their way down our drains all too often and reek havoc on your plumbing. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to avoid problems. Here is … Read More

Water Heaters: What Can Go Wrong

Plumber repairing an hot-water heater

There are so many appliances in our homes that we rely so much upon. It can be such a nightmare when things go wrong. As a homeowner I have a long list of things I never want to have to deal with. But what about the luxuries we overlook? What would you do without your steaming morning shower? What if you … Read More

Saving Water & Money While You Shower

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Showering is typically a routine part of our everyday life. Whether you prefer a long, luxurious, hot shower in the middle of winter, or a quick, refreshing, cold shower in the summertime to rinse the sweat away, we love to get clean. In fact, showering accounts for right around 17 percent of all indoor household plumbing use in the country, … Read More