1. Prepare Your Plumbing For Your End of Summer Away Vacation

    The time of year has arrived when the nights are cooler, the days are shorter, and soon enough the kids will be going back to school. For most families, that means getting in the end of summer away vacation. This is often a time to embrace the last days of summer and prepare, as a family, for the ri…Read More

  2. Comparing Plastic and Copper Plumbing – Part 2: Copper

    Welcome back! In part one of this two-part series of our review of the pros and cons of plastic versus copper plumbing pipes, we discussed plastic pipes. In today’s post, we are going to review the pros and cons of copper plumbing to give you a side-by-side comparison of the two so that you can ma…Read More

  3. Excavation Safety Tips

    According to the national Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), excavation and trenching are among the most hazardous construction operations. Excavation is a fairly routine part of main water line, sewer and septic, and residential underground water pipe repair. Because it is such a…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. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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 to consid…Read More

  8. What Can You Flush?

    There are so many things that you should never flush! The fact of the matter is, there are many things that should never be flushed down the toilet. In our last blog series, our Belleville plumber went over many of those things, and you may be surprised about several of them. With so many things not…Read More

  9. Surprising Things to Never Flush Part 3

    Some things should never be flushed, and many of them may even surprise you! There are many things that seem like they should be safe to flush but actually aren't. Some of the most innocent, innocuous things can actually lead to big clogs and severe damage, so before you flush it, you should always…Read More