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Tips to Keeping Your Bathroom Plumber Free: Part 2

In part one of this two-part series, we began the discussion on how to care for and maintain your bathroom to help prevent clogs and leaks to keep it plumber-free. Here, we will continue with some more tips. Toilet Don’t flush anything but waste The toilet is not a trash can. Septic and sewage systems,… read more

Tips to Keeping Your Bathroom Plumber Free: Part 1

Tips to Keeping Your Bathroom Plumber Free Part 1

The bathroom’s sole function is running water. Whether you are using the shower or tub to bathe, the sink to wash-up, or the toilet to answer nature’s call, your bathroom depends on the ability of water to flow. When you have bathroom plumbing issues it can be uncomfortable, embarrassing, and expensive. In this two-part series,… read more

How to Install a Fireplace this Winter

How to Install a Fireplace this Winter

Now that the weather has taken a turn for the cold, as winter settles in, many people are investing in a New Year fireplace. If you don’t have an existing fireplace but have natural gas access, you can easily have gas pipes set up to host a cozy gas fireplace. If your home doesn’t currently… read more

Choosing the Right Furnace: Gas vs. Electric

Choosing the Right Furnace_ Gas vs. Electric

At some point in the life of your home, there will be a day when your furnace will need to be replaced. This is not a cost many homeowners anticipate because of the relatively long life-span of a well made furnace. When the time comes to replace your furnace, there are many things you need… read more

What is Hard Water and What Can You Do About It?

What is Hard Water and What Can You Do About It_

What do you think of when you hear the term “hard water?” Do you imagine a film on your skin and hair when you get out of the shower or do you consider the dark stains in your toilet bowl? If these things describe your home, you likely have hard water, and perhaps you’ve been… read more

What is High-Pressure Water Jetting?

What Is High-Pressure Water Jetting_

At Culler Plumbing, one of the services that we offer is water jetting, but we often get asked what water jetting is and how it can benefit our customers. Water jetting is one of the many ways that we save our customers money. Sure, we could relieve a clog or a backup, knowing full well… read more

8 Signs it’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater

Your entire family relies on your water heater each and every day. Heated water is a modern luxury that is difficult to live without. When something goes wrong with your water heater, how do you know whether you should get it repaired or if it is time to replace it? With regular maintenance, water heaters… read more

Avoid Holiday Plumbing Emergencies

The holiday season is upon us! That usually means extra visitors, parties with delicious food, and plumbing emergencies! During the holiday season, calls to plumbers increase dramatically. This may be due to “wet bandits” vandalizing homes, but is more often due to the increase in house guests overwhelming and improperly using your home’s plumbing system.… read more

How to Know if Your Plumbing Problem Requires an Emergency Plumber

Most plumbing services offer 24 hour emergency services, at a steep cost. Every person and family will have different priorities and tolerances as to what is an emergency and what isn’t. Most plumbers will be happy to oblige your after hours requests. When your house is being flooded and there is imminent permanent structural damage,… read more

Sump Pump 101

Sump Pump 101

If you have a basement or a crawl space, chances are good that you have a sump pump. Most people are not aware that they have one or how it functions unless it suddenly doesn’t. In the deepest part of your basement or crawl space, there is about a two-foot deep hole that’s about 18… read more