When a Plumber Does Shoddy Work

It is not always easy to find a good plumber. There are plenty of them listed in the telephone book, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they are good.

So, the best way to handle shoddy work is to prevent it from happening in the first place. That means hiring a reputable plumber. [Read more…]

Why Your Sewer Check Valve is More Important Than You Think

If you live in an area where flooding is more common, you may experience a situation where sewage in the sewer lines backs up through drain pipes and into your home because of flooding. [Read more…]

How to Clean Your Sink Pipes

A stain, odor or clog in your sink or the drain pipes can be a real headache. To take care of odors, clean your drains regularly. If you find that the pipes are clogged, there are a number of methods you can use to try to open them up.

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First-Time Homebuyer’s Guide to Simple Plumbing Maintenance

Keeping your plumbing fixtures well maintained is the secret to making sure they work well for you and have a long life. Here are a few tips on maintaining plumbing fixtures in your new home.

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Treating Your Kitchen Plumbing Well this Thanksgiving

Your kitchen sink and garbage disposal are going to get a real workout during Thanksgiving in a couple of weeks. So you need to be aware of what you should and should not be putting down there. If you treat your plumbing system right, it will work well for you, but if you don’t, you will have clogs that make your holiday a very unhappy one.

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Save on Your Water Bill with These 4 Tips

If you want to save money, your water bill may not be the first place you look. But just by making a few simple adjustments to how you use your water, you can end up with big savings. Here are a few tips to follow.

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Taking Care of 3 Basic Plumbing Repairs

There are times in a homeowner’s life when you definitely need to call a plumber. But some plumbing problems that crop up from time to time are relatively minor, and with a little knowledge, you should be able to handle them yourself.

Three of these minor problems – the dripping faucet, the clogged toilet, and the leaking toilet – are fairly common, and are pretty easy to fix. Here are a few tips on how to do it. [Read more…]

What Your Plumber Needs to Know

If you have a plumbing problem and are planning to call a plumber, there is some information you should be prepared to give him to help the job go more smoothly. [Read more…]

Your “My Basement/First Floor Just Flooded!” Survival Guide

Maybe the noise comes in the middle of the night: you hear a whoosh loud enough that it wakes you. Or perhaps you actually hear a pipe burst – or at least the gush of water that emanates from it.

Or, as happened to one family we know, you’re sitting at your kitchen table when all of a sudden the cats rush headlong into the kitchen. You wonder what spooked them and as you walk into the living room, you feel it instantly – soggy wet carpet! [Read more…]

Should You Call the Plumber? Things to Consider First

When do you need to call a plumber? Naturally, that depends somewhat on your own proficiency with a wrench. Small jobs such as a clogged drain or toilet or a leaky faucet may be things that you can handle on your own. But you need to be careful because they also may be signs of something more serious. When should you call a plumber? Here are a few times when you need to pick up the phone. [Read more…]