Tips

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

My Pipes are Leaking! Now What?!

Written on October 11, 2016 at 9:00 pm

Everyone dreads dealing with plumbing issues, especially leaky pipes. Whether it’s the pipes under the sink, behind the wall or running across your basement ceiling, leaky pipes can mean big disaster for your home and your wallet. Here are some things you can do before you call the plumber. Find the Source of the Leaky  Continue Reading »

Gas Or Electric Water Heater

Written on October 3, 2016 at 11:35 am

What is a better choice for your home: gas or electric water heater? If you live in a home that’s over 10 years old, or if you’re shopping for a new home that’s not being built from the ground up, you face the possibility of changing the existing water heater. We’ve written about types of  Continue Reading »

What Can I Do About Low Water Pressure?

Written on September 20, 2016 at 8:57 pm

Low water pressure is an annoyance. It can turn everyday chores like washing the dishes or showering into a frustrating task. Getting washing machines and toilet tanks to fill or using a hose to garden or wash the car becomes time consuming as needed water slows to a crawl. On average, residential water pressure should  Continue Reading »

Effects of Water Treatment on Abilene Pipes

Written on September 3, 2016 at 7:02 am

Abilene is not known for having the best tasting water. Our region as a whole has suffered tremendously from lack of water for over a decade. With low levels of water, our Abilene regional treatment plants have had to do more to treat the water from its sources (Lake Ft Phantom primarily) to reach your  Continue Reading »

Steps to Retrieve a Lost Object from the Drain

Written on August 17, 2016 at 8:47 pm

It happens to the best of us at one time or another. We’re standing over the sink, washing the filth off of our hands when, suddenly, we realize we’ve dropped something valuable. We stand over the basin, watching as a ring or other precious item disappears down the drain, and wish that our plumbing wasn’t  Continue Reading »