Prevent Pressure Leaks on Your New Hot Water Heater

If you have replaced a hot water heater in the last few years due to leaks, and your newer heater is now suffering the same issue, there might be an issue with the pressure buffering in your system. If this is the case, then there is something you can do when you install your new hot water heater that will ensure that this appliance lasts as long as it's supposed to. [Read More]

5 Reasons to Call an Emergency Plumber

Plumbing issues can occur at the most inconvenient times and put a real damper on your day. While certain plumbing problems can wait until the next business day, some problems require immediate action to prevent serious damage. Here are a few situations that call for an emergency plumber. 1. Frozen Pipes Frozen pipes are a big concern during the winter season and can result in burst or leaking pipes. Pipes that are in the most danger of bursting are those in unheated areas, like crawlspaces, basements, and attics. [Read More]

When Should You Consider Using Pipe Bursting As The Method To Replace Your Sewer Lateral

While sewer laterals are often made of durable materials such as cast iron, they don't last forever. Wastewater can cause your sewer lateral to deteriorate and crack, which has a number of negative effects. It can let tree roots into the pipe to clog your sewer lateral, and it can also allow groundwater to enter into it — both of these can cause wastewater to back up through your floor drains. [Read More]

4 Ways To Protect Your Bathroom Plumbing To Reduce The Need For Repairs And Drain Cleaning

It's challenging to keep your bathroom in good shape because of all the moisture in the small space. Moisture leads to mold and water damage if you don't keep the space dry and clean. Your bathroom has the potential for plumbing problems too since there are pipes to the sink, tub, shower, and toilet. You can take steps to protect your bathroom plumbing so it won't develop problems and you'll spare yourself the inconvenience of being without a tub or toilet, too. [Read More]