Have you thought about how the plumbing in your home can be affected from your animal and vice versa? We know it’s an interesting concept to consider, but we have bath tub clogged gathered a few interesting tips that you should take into consideration if you’re a pet owner.
Planning to head out of town soon for “spring break”? If so, we don’t blame you! We’ve gathered a list of pre-vacation tips to avoid plumbing problems while you’re out of town.
The winter months can affect your home greatly—broken pipes, crack hose bibbs, sump pump failures etc. With spring right around the corner, is your plumbing ready for the warmer weather?
New water heater regulations will be going into effect April 16th, 2015. Check out our post to see what changes are being made to new water heaters, and why homeowners should consider checking the status of their current heater!
A costly risk some homeowners are face is freezing water pipes. We’ve gathered some tips and advice for what you can do to avoid frozen pipes and what to do if your pipes have already froze up.
Your plumbing fixtures could last longer than others if you’ve taken the time to perform regular maintenance. We’ve gathered some life expectancy facts for the most popular plumbing fixtures in your home!
Did you know a running toilet is an internal water leak? Therefore, if you ignore the problem this could increase your water bill due to the gallons of water being wasted daily.
Last year we saw an abundance of frozen pipes, and while we’re here to fix any plumbing issue we wanted to provide you with some tips for our first major cold front.