When spring has finally arrived it is time to give your plumbing a look. Spring is the best time to look into your home’s plumbing; rain water that is stored underground can damage your pipes irreparably. The dirty rain water contains sediments which can clog your pipe resulting in change in water flow, trash floating in the water, and other…
No one likes a clogged kitchen sink or a blocked bathroom sink. Buildup from hair, dead skin, and grease can all contribute to pesky problems in your household drains and pipes. Slow flowing showerheads can be a signal of minerals blocking the water flow, which is easily solved. Not all solutions require a visit by a plumber; some issues can…
Did you know the average household in America wastes 1 trillion gallons of water each year due to leaks? That makes leaks not just an annoyance in your home, but a money waster as well. You may notice obvious water leaks such as dripping faucets and water around the toilet. But water leaks may also go unnoticed, such as in…
The last thing you want when you find that your basement has flooded or your toilet is clogged is someone to show up at your door prepared only to waste time and charge outrageous, unnecessary fees. But oftentimes we do not prepare ahead of time, and we approach the decision to hire a plumber as if it does not really…
Plumbers have a demanding and often unpredictable job. Late night calls for busted pipes, flooded basements, and toilets clogged with strange objects are all part of the occupation. In 2012, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that across the United States, over 385,000 men and women were employed as plumber, pipefitters, and steamfitters.
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