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Signs it is time to Upgrade or Replace your Plumbing

Signs it is time to Upgrade or Replace your Plumbing

The cost of fully plumbing a home can range anywhere from $1,500 to $15,000, depending on the size of the home and the materials you choose to go with. The national average cost is about $4,000. While that isn’t a big number, it is still enough that you will probably...

7 Signs You Might Have a Sewer Problem?

7 Signs You Might Have a Sewer Problem?

All the plumbing in your home is connected and flows down toward the sewer. These pipes are all usually hidden within the walls of your home, under the floor, and underground, so it is often easy to forget about them. However, sewer problems are not something that...

5 Ways to Reduce your Monthly Water Bill

5 Ways to Reduce your Monthly Water Bill

It's always important to consider how much water we are using - not only to reduce your monthly water bill but also for the environmental impact. According to the EPA, we are looking at water shortages throughout the United States in the coming years. If we look into...

5 Signs You Should Call a Professional Plumber ASAP

5 Signs You Should Call a Professional Plumber ASAP

Our plumbing system is something we use every day, multiple times, without even thinking about it. When we wash dishes or clothes, bathe, cook, clean, and use the toilet, our plumbing comes into play. Because we rely so heavily on it, it is important to take care of...

What Temperature Should My Hot Water Heater Be Set To?

What Temperature Should My Hot Water Heater Be Set To?

The hot water heater is a really important part of your household, but we often forget about it because it is usually set off to the side, hidden in a closet or tucked away in the basement. It prepares the water so that you are able to get hot water the moment you...

What is Pipe Lining?

What is Pipe Lining?

Depending on the age of your home’s pipes, (especially outdoor pipes) you may encounter some issues caused by leaking or blocked pipes. Some signs to look for are reoccurring sewer backups, wet spots in the lawn, sewage smells, wet spots on the floors and carpets, or...

Why Does My House Have Low Water Pressure?

Why Does My House Have Low Water Pressure?

There is nothing quite as relaxing as hopping in a nice, hot shower with great water pressure. On the other hand, there is nothing quite as annoying as a shower with poor water pressure. Water pressure is critical for washing dishes as well. If you are experiencing...

How to Prepare your Home for Winter

In order to prepare your home for winter and the cold, there are quite a few things you need to do. Aside from raking leaves and tuning up the snow blower, you should also think about your home’s plumbing system. Dealing with a burst pipe in the cold of winter can be...

Causes of a Clogged Drain

Causes of a Clogged Drain

We’ve all had to deal with the unpleasantness of a clogged drain, whether it's in the shower, the kitchen or bathroom sink, or the toilet. Here are the most common causes of clogs and stoppages, and how you can help prevent an issue by making small changes to your...

Need A New Toilet? Some Thoughts to Consider

If you are thinking about upgrading to a new toilet, now is a great time to start looking. If you have a toilet from the 1990s, you are long overdue. Newer models are more hygienic, more comfortable, and much more efficient in terms of water usage. There are a lot of...

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