3 Plumbing Fixes All Homeowners Should Know
May. 20, 2019
Owning your own home and taking care of the property is a lot of responsibility. We want to help make your life a little easier, so here are three plumbing fixes all homeowners should know!
Water Heater Maintenance
May. 09, 2019
A problem with a water heater is usually not noticed until it’s too late, and you’re stuck with a cold shower! Obviously, this is an experience we’d all like to avoid. We’ve compiled a list of signs that can reveal a problem with your water heater before you’re faced with…
How to Test your Water Pressure at Home
Apr. 04, 2019
Water pressure determines how forcefully water flows from your faucets. Low water pressure can affect the quality of your shower, but too high of water pressure can cause damage to your pipes and can be hard on all plumbing lines and fixtures. Checking your home’s water pressure a couple of…
Does Your Hot Water Take Too Long?
Mar. 07, 2019
Do you ever find yourself losing patience while waiting for your shower to get hot or the water to warm up so you can finish washing the dishes? I think most of us have experienced this frustration.
Guide to Unclogging a Toilet
Feb. 08, 2019
A clogged toilet is not only an inconvenience but can also be an embarrassment. Don’t despair! With the simple tips we’ve provided below we’ll help you fix this awkward situation and move on with your day.
Five Common Plumbing Myths
Jan. 07, 2019
In the plumbing industry we come across a lot of myths - widely held but false beliefs or ideas. Myths get repeated so many that times they become part of our belief system. For your home’s plumbing this can be bad news, leading to extensive and expensive damage, and requiring professional help…
Avoid These Holiday Plumbing Hazards
Dec. 07, 2018
Don’t Put Thanksgiving Foods Down Your Disposal
Nov. 02, 2018
While you’re cooking all of this delicious food, however, be careful what you put down the kitchen drain. Not only the volume but the type of food can lead to problems with your disposal or clog your pipes.
Protect Your Drinking Water
Oct. 03, 2018
The water entering your home from the main water line should flow in one direction only - into your home. However, sometimes due to pressure changes in the pipes, water can actually flow backwards.
The Importance of Leak Detection During the Rainy Season
Sep. 07, 2018
Here in Central Florida, we’re well into our rainy season. Excessive rains can create problems with leaks throughout your home. Early detection of these leaks can prevent major damage to your home. Below is a list of key places you can check for leaks.