“Spring cleaning” is a term many people are familiar with – that time of year when the weather is warming up and everyone starts to clean out and re-organize several areas of their household. However, many people overlook their plumbing and tend to focus on other spring cleaning tasks. The following tips will help to ensure your plumbing is consistently working in a safe and effective manner during the months ahead.Read more
The two main old plumbing problems are galvanized pipes and sewer lines, which tend to be seen in houses with plumbing from the 1960’s or earlier. Most houses from that era have likely experienced extensive re-plumbing.
However, if you live in an older home that has not received plumbing fixes before, here are some tips for what to look for and when things need to be replaced when it comes to galvanized pipes and sewer lines.Read more
Homeowners are often unprepared for plumbing problems associated with cold weather. Frozen pipes are one of the most common winter plumbing issues experienced by homeowners and can easily be prevented. Whether you decide to dedicate a few hours over a weekend or make a quick call to your plumber, you can save yourself from the hassle and expense related to cold-weather plumbing issues.Read more