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