Did you know that your kitchen sink is the second germiest place in your kitchen? Following only your sponge, which of course is sitting in your sink. It sounds disgusting but if you think about it, it really makes perfect sense. You finish a meal, wash the dishes, and walk away leaving small pieces of… Continue reading Best Way to Clean Your Kitchen Sink
The addition of a bathroom in the basement can really increase the functionality of that space as well as dramatically increase the value of your home, but there can be some potentially sticky situations when plumbing below ground. Typically waste water travels with gravity, this is often not an option for basement bathrooms, and this… Continue reading Basement Plumbing Options
If you’ve got guests coming for the holidays you may want to give some thought to the age and condition of your hot water heater. Having extra people showering, running loads of laundry, creating dirty dishes, etc. can substantially increase the demand on your hot water heater. You certainly don’t want that old hot water… Continue reading Choosing a New Hot Water Heater
For many people their monthly or quarterly water bill is pretty consistent with the occasional bump for watering the lawn in the summer or filling the pool. If you notice an unexpected spike there may be a plumbing problem to blame. There are a few common areas we recommend you check first to see if… Continue reading Why did my water bill suddenly jump?
Your home is your biggest investment, and as such you want to do all that you can to protect it. It turns out that one of the biggest risks to your home is water. A recent study released by the Concrete Foundation Association found that 85% of home structural damage is caused by poor drainage. … Continue reading Exterior Drainage System
With the holidays fast approaching you may be considering a refresh for the bathroom or kitchen area. If that’s the case there are some important plumbing considerations for you to think about. In many situations highly used sinks and faucets will need replaced or repaired during the time you own your home, and this can… Continue reading Kitchen and Bathroom Plumbing Jobs
Most homeowners have to clean their gutters at least once a year, generally in the fall to prepare for winter snow fall, if they want to avoid the damage that water can do when flowing over the top of the gutters. You may not realize it but not tending to clogged gutters can lead to… Continue reading How to Clean Rain Gutters & Downspouts