With 2015's tax deadline approaching, make sure you are in the know of ENERGY STAR tax credits.
Make sure your home is running at peak efficiency by checking out these tips. Learn how you can improve your home's plumbing system and save money at the same time!
The leaves are changing and the temperature is quickly cooling. Check out these 5 tips to make sure your plumbing system is ready and maintained in preparation for the coming months!
The kids are back to school, the weather is cooling down! This means your home’s plumbing system is likely to see an increase in usage. Here are some tips to keep your home running at full capacity!
We see plumbing problems every day, but some are more common than others! Our expert Baltimore-Washington technicians gave some insight as to what issues they commonly see.
Can you believe summer has officially started? Those cold winter days are long gone (for the time being at least), so it’s time to soak up the sun and have some outdoor fun! While you might think your air conditioning unit works the hardest during the hot days, think again. Your home’s plumbing system works just as hard and doesn’t get a break all year long!
The average life of a water heater can be anywhere from eight to 12 years, but what if we told you that you could prolong the life of your system by doing routine maintenance? We give you 3 reasons why you should consider getting annual water heater maintenance completed.
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.
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.