Last month, the groundhog predicted an early spring, and by the looks of the weather lately, he was right. The temperatures have been heating up a bit and the frost has started to thaw. These are all signs that spring is just around the corner, and soon the sun will be peeking through all day to...Read more
Love is in the air this month. It is Valentine’s Day again and that means thinking about the little – or BIG – gesture you will do to show your special something that you care. But, your partner is not the only thing that needs some TLC. Your plumbing system could always use a check-in....Read more
The increase awareness of the hidden dangers that are in the bathroom, January is National Bath Safety Month. While we all could stand to be a little bit safer in all aspects of our day, parents of small children are especially plagued by accidents and injuries because of how curious little kids...Read more
A water heater loses most of its heat at the floor which acts like a heat sink. To break this contact, elevate a new heater with a couple bricks, an oak...Read more
Because of the increasing cost of water and the ever increasing demand being made on water treatment facilities, may devices are being developed which helps to conserve water. In a typical residential building the flushing of toilets consumes about half of the water used. Therefore, the...Read more
As the fall season comes to a close and we move into the last few weeks before winter, it is important to use this time to finish up any last minute maintenance projects around your home that will prepare your plumbing for winter weather.
Among projects like insulating exterior pipes...Read more
As we move away from hot summer days and picnic dinners in the evening, the cooler fall weather inspires indoor activities. This is a time for family get-togethers and eating large meals together. Along with this joyous time comes meal prep, which means the plumbing in the kitchen needs to be in...Read more