1. Annual Plumbing Maintenance Tips

    Maintaining your plumbing is a lot easier and less expensive than repairing it. Follow these steps every year to make sure your plumbing remains in good operating condition. Check for leaks indoors and outdoors. A small leak could be costing you a lot every year. And a leak in your sprinkler system could do serious damage to your home and your landscaping. Clear out your drains. Do it once a year,…Read More

  2. Signs You May Have a Slab Leak

    One of the more destructive plumbing issues a homeowner can face is a slab leak. Because a broken pipe under your home's foundation can leak water for an untold amount of time, it's imperative that you, as a homeowner, understand the signs of a slab leak. By foregoing immediate repair, you risk structural and foundation damage, potentially costing you thousands upon thousands of dollars. Here are …Read More

  3. 9 Cool Tidbits About Plumbing and Pipes

    Call it our passion for pipes, or our proclivity towards plumbing, but unlike most people we find plumbing to be quite fascinating. Knowing the history and trivia of plumbing, we believe that our chosen industry is endlessly interesting. We’ve put together just a few tidbits about plumbing that might just make you think twice about the world of pipes, drains and fixtures. The average person spen…Read More

  4. The Three P’s of Plumbing

    Basically it comes down to the three P’s: pee, poop and paper (toilet paper that is). Yes, it seems a bit juvenile but breaking it down to its most elementary seems to work with having people understand what can and can’t be flushed down the toilet. Only those three should ever be flushed. You get rid of anything else in the same manner and you are simply asking for it to come back at you, lit…Read More

  5. Flush the Idea of Putting Any of These in the Toilet

    Don’t fall for it. Not for a single minute. Not even just one time. Don’t buy into the hype that claims that those “personal wipes” are “flushable”. Oh sure, they’ll flush down and through your toilet easy enough, but it’s behind the scenes, and within your drains, that those increasingly popular wipes begin to make their own mess. Personal and baby wipes do not break down in wate…Read More