1. Fall Plumbing Problems and How to Avoid Them Part 2

    Most people will tell you that fall is their favorite season. Fall is a wonderful time of the year for most people. The weather is cool but still enjoyable, the leaves are turning beautiful colors and everyone’s favorite latte flavor comes out at Starbucks. Although there are so many things to lov…Read More

  2. Fall Plumbing Problems and How to Avoid Them

    With each new season comes new plumbing problems. Fall is here at last, which means that it’s time for beautiful leaves, cozy sweaters and pumpkin-flavored everything. There are so many great things about the fall, but the one downside of the season is that it can present some unique challenges fo…Read More

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Signs That You Have a Frozen Pipe

    Tis the season for frozen pipes. Fall is here, and the temperature is falling fast. While it may not quite be below freezing just yet, it will be soon, and that puts you at risk for frozen pipes in your home. Frozen pipes can present big problems for you, as they make running water inaccessible in y…Read More

  6. Signs That You Have a Sewer Line Problem

    With most sewer line problems, it pays to catch and repair them early. Most sewer line problems, from smaller ones, like clogs, to major ones, like corrosion, start out small and gradually get worse over time. If you can catch the problem before it has a chance to cause too much damage, you’ll sav…Read More

  7. Maintenance Tips for a Problem-Free Toilet

    Want to avoid toilet repair? Having to pay for toilet repair is never fun, and a broken toilet is never something you plan for. But if you keep your toilet properly maintained, you can avoid most toilet problems. Your toilet is a fairly low-maintenance appliance, but that doesn’t mean that you sho…Read More

  8. Your Annual Plumbing Inspection Checklist

    Plumbing inspections are essential, but the last thing that you want is to miss something! There are so many reasons to get your plumbing system inspected (or inspect it yourself) on an annual basis. Just a few minutes of your time can save you from having to pay for costly repairs or damage to your…Read More

  9. Your Guide to Locating Your Home’s Water Shut-Off Valves

    You can minimize water damage by knowing how to turn off the water shut-off valves in your home. When you’re dealing with an emergency plumbing problem, in most cases, there’s not much you can do to remedy the problem until the plumber arrives. However, you can help to minimize the amount of wat…Read More

  10. Is Your Toilet Paper Clogging Your Toilet?

    When it comes to toilet paper, you have an endless amount of options, but are some better for your plumbing than others? The next time you’re walking down the toilet paper aisle in the grocery store, take a moment to think about how many options are available. Whether you prefer the affordable, st…Read More