1. Two Problems That Are Associated With Hard Water

    What are two problems associated with the use of hard water? The simple answer is potential plumbing build up and less-than-sparkly clean surfaces —including laundry, windows, dishes, tubs, and your hair. While there seems to be a continued debate as to whether hard water is a problem, the hard ev…Read More

  2. Plunge Your Toilet Like a Plumber

    If you have a toilet, or use a toilet, at some point in your time together, your toilet will experience a clog, and you will experience the frustration of attempting to unclog it. Fortunately for you, almost 90 percent of toilet clogs can be relieved with a toilet plunger and a little pumping power.…Read More

  3. The Three Useful Plungers and When It’s Their Turn

    There you are, staring at the plungers in the plunger aisle at your local home improvement store, scratching your head, wondering which one will free your toilet from its current trapped state. How can there really be this many options? Which one is right? Will any of them work? Have no fear; we are…Read More

  4. Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions: Part Two

    Welcome back! In our previous article we began to answer some common plumbing questions. Here, we will continue the conversation in hopes that we answer your question. If you do have any plumbing questions, trust your local plumber in Belleville to answer them all! At Culler Plumbing, we have plumbe…Read More

  5. Frequently Asked Plumbing Questions: Part One

    Plumbers are frequently called with questions about minor plumbing issues or queries about how to prevent plumbing problems. While any local plumber will always be glad to answer any question you may have, our Fairview Heights plumber thought it would benefit the general public to discuss frequently…Read More

  6. 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 sys…Read More

  7. 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 ex…Read More

  8. 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 have…Read More