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Plumbing Tips for the Holidays

Monday, November 10th, 2014

hot water recirculationThe holidays are upon us and that means big holiday meals. This is the time for family and friends, fun and cheer. It is not a time for plumbing troubles and headaches. Unfortunately, the chances of plumbing issues arising are higher during this time of the year.

The main reasons for increased chances of plumbing problems are that there more people in your home during this time. More people means more toilet flushing, extra showers, and more soap or hair going down drains. A busier kitchen means more water being used and more waste going down the sink drain and disposal. This includes excess grease finding it’s way down the drain, which can mean better chances of clogging.

You can avoid these plumbing disasters by following a few simple plumbing tips. Following these simple tips during the holiday season will maximize the life of your plumbing and help you avoid the headaches caused by mishaps.
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The Importance of Plumbing Design to a Bathroom Renovation

Monday, October 20th, 2014

plumbing repair servicesUndertaking a bathroom renovation can actually be one of the most exciting things you ever do inside your home, especially with a master bathroom renovation. The bathroom is such a private place and many people strive to have exactly the look, style, amenities, and comforts that speak to their individual tastes. However, one thing which may get overlooked when you are creating a bathroom remodel is the plumbing design, or layout. Here are some reasons why plumbing design should be at the top of the list for your bathroom renovation. 
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Summer Is Coming – Water Conservation Tips for Your Home

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Water Conservation Tips For Your Home

water-conservationWater is our most precious resource. Most of us have probably studied “Water Cycle” models at different times and it’s unlikely that we ever worry over whether there will be water coming from our faucet when we turn it on.

The fact remains that in most regions of the United States droughts and “Water Restrictions” have become part of our way of life. It’s also a fact that we need to be more aware of that and try to be smarter about how we use our water and not waste it. (more…)