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Feb
1
2017

Signs That Your Boiler Needs Repair

A boiler is an essential part of any home, especially during the cold winter months. A damaged boiler is not only inconvenient; it can also raise your energy bills, cause property damage, and have a negative impact on the health and wellbeing of your entire household. A boiler, like any home appliance or device, requires […]

Sep
20
2016

How to Fix Common Toilet Problems

A broken toilet is more than just a nuisance—it can seriously disrupt your entire household and cost you money in wasted energy bills. Many toilet problems can be easily solved or avoided altogether. If you’re experiencing issues with your toilet, here are some helpful tips to identify and fix the issue before it causes serious […]

Apr
6
2016

How to Extend the Life of Your AC and Save Money Doing It

We all love the sunshine and warm weather, but when things get sweltering there is nothing better than pumping the air conditioning and sitting in a nice cool house. But the last thing you want to do is pay unnecessarily high energy bills just to cool your home!   You can save money on your […]

Mar
7
2016

Why You Should Get A Home’s Plumbing Inspected Before You Buy

Buying a new home is both an exciting and stressful time, so it’s understandable that odds and ends can slip your mind when closing the deal. Aside from obvious factors like the number of rooms, size of the kitchen, and color of the outside, a home’s plumbing is one of the most important things to […]

Mar
2
2015

Backflow Prevention 101

In a piping system, water is intended to flow in one direction – from the supply to the point of delivery. Should the pressure in the plumbing system of a home exceed the pressure of a supply, the situation can get dangerous. Anytime pressure in a system drops, even momentarily, the system is subject to […]

Feb
13
2015

Common Household Plumbing Concerns

Plumbing systems have gradually evolved over the years to the point that most people take them for granted. As long as the water is supplied to the faucet, drains from the fixture, and doesn’t leak, the homeowner is under the impression that everything is okay. And that may be the case. But there are also […]

Jan
30
2015

What to do with a Clogged Sink

The commercials we see on television make it seem that every clogged sink drain can be effortlessly – and almost instantly – cleared by simply pouring a bottle of chemical drain cleaner down into the drain. Do not be fooled by these commercials, drain chemicals are not always the answer to the problem. There are many cases […]

Jan
16
2015

How do I tell if my Toilet is Leaking?

A leaking toilet means wasted water (potentially several gallons per day), but how do you detect a leak before you suddenly get a water bill that is four to five times what you would usually pay? Here are a few tips to help you detect a toilet leak before it turns into a very expensive […]

Dec
12
2014

What to Do After a Flood

Flooding can cause considerable damage to a property, and while you may be unable to prevent the damage from occurring in the first place, the damage caused by a flood can be significantly reduced if you implement the following precautions: • Have a flood kit ready including food, bottled water, a first aid kit, any […]

Oct
24
2014

How to Fix a Dripping Faucet

When a faucet has to be excessively tightened down each time you shut it off in order to keep it from dripping, or when the faucet develops a drip that won’t stop no matter how hard you tighten it, then prompt repairs are recommended to keep things from getting worse. Most leaks can be repaired […]

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