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Unknown Water Leak? Having a Leak Detection Test Performed

April 15, 2021 1202 Views

In the last blog, we talked about possible causes for an increase in a water bill. Today we will further discuss this topic and how a leak detection test could further assist in narrowing down the location of a water leak. As most homeowners know water damage repairs can get quite expensive and time consuming. … Continue reading “Unknown Water Leak? Having a Leak Detection Test Performed”

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Possible causes of a high water bill

April 1, 2021 937 Views

Are you experiencing an extreme increase in your water bill for the past couple of months? Are you thinking to yourself ‘how can my water bill possibly be this high?’ Well here are some plumbing tips to help with your search. Water Meter and City The first step that I would recommend, is to call … Continue reading “Possible causes of a high water bill”

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Quality Plumbing Brands: Professional Grade vs. Consumer Grade

March 15, 2021 1001 Views

Most homeowners are looking for the best deal for their plumbing projects. Big retail stores like Lowes and Home Depot offer plumbing products such as Water Heaters to residential consumers at a lower cost. Now, many people when they have a plumbing company come out to their home wonder ‘why is there a material cost … Continue reading “Quality Plumbing Brands: Professional Grade vs. Consumer Grade”

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Is your water heater making a popping noise?

March 1, 2021 730 Views

Is your water heater making a crackling or popping noise? Are you thinking to yourself what is going on with this water heater? Well rest assured we are here to answer some questions for you today. If your water heater is making a crackling or popping noise it is most likely because of sediment buildup … Continue reading “Is your water heater making a popping noise?”

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Being Proactive during Covid-19: Clean Water and its importance during the Pandemic?

February 15, 2021 838 Views

Clean water has always been essential for people, livestock and vegetation; however, now more than ever homeowners are putting an importance on the cleanliness of their water. Because of the pandemic, the contents and compounds in the water that flows through our homes is being scrutinized at a larger scale unlike ever before. Take a … Continue reading “Being Proactive during Covid-19: Clean Water and its importance during the Pandemic?”

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Being Proactive during Covid-19: How the Cleanliness of Your Service Professional Affects You?

February 1, 2021 696 Views

The cleanliness of your service professional will affect both you and your home. Here are some great tips to ensure that both you and your loved ones are staying protected while a service professional is in your home. The organization of a service professional’s vehicle speaks volumes. How you may ask? Well, take a moment … Continue reading “Being Proactive during Covid-19: How the Cleanliness of Your Service Professional Affects You?”

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Winter is Upon Us, Do You Know How to Keep Your Pipes Safe?

January 15, 2021 688 Views

The colder months are approaching, which means it’s time to get prepared. But while sweaters and hot chocolate might keep you cozy this season, you also need to be thinking about preparing your home. Pipes are vulnerable in the winter because they are prone to freezing. Are your pipes ready for the chilly weather ahead … Continue reading “Winter is Upon Us, Do You Know How to Keep Your Pipes Safe?”

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New Year New Fixtures

January 1, 2021 1279 Views

As we start a new year and say goodbye to 2020 (thankfully) we begin setting new goals for our lives. Whether that be eating healthier, going to the gym or starting a new hobby, why doesn’t upgrading our home be a part of our 2021 goals as well? For all the homeowners like myself, looking … Continue reading “New Year New Fixtures”

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5 Plumbing Resolutions For The New Year

December 15, 2020 1619 Views

The New Year is a great time to reflect on the past and set new goals for the future. Plan to take care of your home this year by sticking to these plumbing resolutions. The tips we will share below are simple (and also useful) ways to keep your plumbing strong in 2021. 1- Take … Continue reading “5 Plumbing Resolutions For The New Year”

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Why Bacon Grease Is So Bad For Your Plumbing

December 1, 2020 1304 Views

Are you preparing bacon at your holiday breakfast this year? Bacon is a staple in many American kitchens. Since it’s so popular, you might be planning on whipping up a huge batch for your family. Just be careful when cooking your bacon. While bacon is a favorite guilty pleasure, your kitchen plumbing doesn’t exactly enjoy … Continue reading “Why Bacon Grease Is So Bad For Your Plumbing”

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