5 Common Things That Clog Plumbing

posted on December 5, 2017

Prevent Clogs – Never Flush or Drain These 5 Things If plumbing clogs are unusually common in your household, there might be something wrong with your pipes…or it could be something you’re flushing. In most cases, households flush and drain items that can create stubborn clogs or sewer backups. Here are five things you should … Continue reading “5 Common Things That Clog Plumbing”

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How to Get Rid of Odors in Your Garbage Disposal

posted on November 20, 2017

How to Prevent a Smelly Garbage Disposal If you notice an unpleasant odor every time you turn on your garbage disposal, you’re not alone. Garbage disposals have many moving parts that can easily collect food debris, sludge, and bacteria. Over time, this can create a bad smell that can permeate throughout your kitchen. Try these … Continue reading “How to Get Rid of Odors in Your Garbage Disposal”

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The Right Way to Use a Flange Plunger

posted on October 24, 2017

The Basics of Unclogging a Toilet Some toilet clogs in Concord, California, extend deep into the plumbing system. No plunger will free the deposit, so you need the help of a licensed and trained plumber. Other clogs are surface-level blockages. The right plunger and technique will quickly clear up the situation and restore functionality. Types … Continue reading “The Right Way to Use a Flange Plunger”

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How To Hire The Right Plumbing Company For You

posted on January 31, 2017

The plumbing system in your home is essential to almost every single chore or task that you complete on a daily basis.   A properly working water heater takes some work and that work should always be done by a licensed professional plumber. Working with anyone who does not have the skills and the experience … Continue reading “How To Hire The Right Plumbing Company For You”

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3 Steps To Making Sure Your Pipes Work Properly All Winter

posted on December 31, 2016

Well, we are in the throes of the winter weather and this one has been a doozy! The temperatures have definitely been demanding attention and proactivity when it comes to driving and keeping warm.   Most people just want to spend these few weeks indoors, preparing for the holidays and spending time together in the … Continue reading “3 Steps To Making Sure Your Pipes Work Properly All Winter”

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Get Your Plumbing Holiday-Ready With These Tips!

posted on November 18, 2016

Having a quiet and stress-free holiday season is what every family is looking forward to this time of year. There are enough things to worry about with travel and getting several people together under one roof without having to worry about anything around the home going wrong. Especially if the ‘something wrong’ has to do … Continue reading “Get Your Plumbing Holiday-Ready With These Tips!”

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Protect Your Plumbing From Cold Weather Damage

posted on October 28, 2016

Fall is in full swing and that means the winter months are just around the corner. This fall has already brought some serious storms for many homeowners, giving us a clear heads up that it is important to be prepared. Keeping your home in good shape and protected from the harsh weather is an important … Continue reading “Protect Your Plumbing From Cold Weather Damage”

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Simple Tips For Winter-Ready Plumbing

posted on September 30, 2016

  School is back in session and that means that families are getting back onto their schedule. Part of that schedule means going to bed on time and that doesn’t leave much time for playing outside.     Not to mention that the temperature is dropping and running around in the sprinklers is not as … Continue reading “Simple Tips For Winter-Ready Plumbing”

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Is Your Water Heater Fall-Ready?

posted on August 16, 2016

According to the U.S. Department of Energy – the water heater in your home is the second greatest user of electricity of all of your electrical appliances.   We rarely think about that kind of stuff though because, not using hot water is not really an option in most homes.   For instance, you can’t … Continue reading “Is Your Water Heater Fall-Ready?”

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4 Benefits Of Summertime Water Conservation

posted on July 19, 2016

During the summer months, it is estimated that a family’s water usage will increase by up to 40%. That’s a tremendous increase simply because of the change of a season.   Granted, the summer months can be extremely hot, and staying cool is the number one priority. But, in addition to playing in the sprinklers, … Continue reading “4 Benefits Of Summertime Water Conservation”

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