Category: Plumbing Blog

Bathroom drains tend to get really gross. With multiple people using the sink and shower several times a day, the drains gradually fill with soap scum, hair and other miscellaneous things that get dropped down. Every few months it’s a good idea to give the drains in your bathroom a good natural cleaning that won’t […]

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Preparing your pipes for winter is a must do for home owners. A few easy steps has the potential of saving you thousands of dollars this season. Don’t wait for temperatures to drop any lower without taking the proper precautions. Exposed Pipes Any unheated location in your home is at risk to some frozen pipes. […]

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If you experience a clog in your drain fairly often, there could be a simple explanation. Chances are, you aren’t intentionally putting things down your drain that causes this regular clog. There is no need to change your habits dramatically but with a few simple adjustments you can have a clog free drain. Find out […]

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No one wants to need a plumber but that’s one of the joys that go along with being a homeowner. Hiring a plumber shouldn’t be stressful and as long as you’re asking the right questions, it should be a smooth process. Make sure to ask the following questions when hiring a plumber: Are you licensed? […]

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A leaky faucet is not only annoying but is a pesky problem that raises your water bill. Before calling a plumber right away, try these DIY tips and see if you can fix the problem yourself and save some money in the process. How to fix a leaky shower head Step 1: Turn off the […]

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Summer is slowly coming to an end and for some this might mean saying goodbye to the lazy, hazy days of summer while others have been anxiously anticipating their children going back to school. Whichever category you fall into, there are some annual routine plumbing checks that should be conducted before fall. Mid to late […]

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One of the joys of being a home owner is plumbing projects, many of which can be a pain and often require a licensed plumber. Depending on the type of plumbing project, you may need to obtain a plumbing permit. Plumbing permits vary by state and county, but most counties will require a permit for […]

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We often do as much as we can to avoid a clogged drain. But just like anything, accidents happen and grease manages to get down the drain and cause an inconvenient problem. However there is a way to fix this problem and prevent it from happening in the future. Signs it’s clogged There are some […]

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Being a homeowner comes with endless responsibilities and tasks, that’s why when you provide preventative maintenance, it avoids major hassles and big expensive jobs. Although you can’t see your septic tank, it isn’t something you want to ignore. Properly caring for your septic tank can save you a mess, time and money.

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