Tips and tricks for not only saving water, but for saving money, too.

Four Dont’s for Your Plumbing System

Written on January 5, 2017 at 9:01 pm

Ignoring your plumbing could result in quite a bit of expensive damage in the near future. From clogged drains to damaged sewage lines, it doesn’t take much for a minor issue to evolve into a financial catastrophe. Here is a glimpse of some tips that will help you keep your plumbing system running smoothly and  Continue Reading »

Stop Jiggling Your Toilet Handle

Written on December 15, 2016 at 9:00 pm

While standing in the hall, the hissing of running water can be heard from outside the bathroom. Although, this time it is not the faucet that is causing the problem. It is the toilet running. In fact, from the sounds of things, it has been running for quite some time. Walking into the bathroom, you  Continue Reading »

Texas Plumbing Service Season – Best Time To Service Your Plumbing

Written on December 3, 2016 at 9:31 am

Winter is not the optimal time to have plumbing-related appliances serviced even though winter is a time of year when water heaters are taxed more than other seasons. Due to increased heat outside, the need for warm or hot showers decreases in the late spring and summer months, making it an optimal time to check  Continue Reading »

Design Guide to Kitchen Taps

Written on November 15, 2016 at 8:57 pm

Your kitchen faucet is one of the hardest working plumbing fixtures in your home. Since it gets used all day, every day, you need a tap that looks good, fits with your design aesthetic, and will serve your family for years to come. A Balance of Form and Function: The perfect faucet should enhance the  Continue Reading »

Causes of Clogged Bathroom Sink

Written on November 3, 2016 at 11:12 am

One of the most common things a plumber is called to fix is a Clogged Bathroom Sink drain. Aside from food in the kitchen drain line, what are some of the causes of clogs in the sink? Clogs in the bathroom are usually caused from hair (in the sink, tub or shower). Usually contributing to the  Continue Reading »