Backflow Questions Answered

A plumbing system can be extremely complicated, and this can expose it to a risk of suffering from a range of problems. Sadly, many homeowners will be extremely uninformed when it comes to the type of issues their plumbing can experience. A common example of this limited information can be the problem of backflow. While backflow is a routine issue, it is one that homeowners will frequently be ill-prepared to manage. [Read More]

Redoing Your Kitchen? Here's Why You Should Redo Your Plumbing, Too

Transforming your kitchen area from a dated disaster to a modern masterpiece also presents a golden opportunity to transform other aspects of your home. Take your plumbing, for instance. Making your kitchen remodeling upgrades around old kitchen plumbing can lead to a variety of problems, from chronic leaks to low water pressure and poor compatibility with new fixtures and appliances. As you contemplate getting rid of those old kitchen cabinets and countertops, you should also consider giving your old plumbing the boot. [Read More]

Call The Plumber: Water Conservation Tips

You may have your favorite plumber on speed dial right now; after all you never know when a a leak or a clog could mean an emergency call. You don't have to wait for a problem to occur to consult with this expert in all things flowing beneath your home however, they also stand ready to help you save money and protect the environment. Read on to learn more about some positive reasons to make that call to your plumber. [Read More]

3 Helpful Tips When Maintaining Your Commercial Plumbing

The plumbing around your commercial property isn't visible and often goes unnoticed. You need to maintain it properly, though, in order to avoid costly and stressful repairs later down the road. A good maintenance schedule for commercial plumbing should involve the following steps. Protect Your Toilets  The toilets in your building are used every day by employees and customers. As such, you need to protect them in several different ways. First, you'll want to make sure parts are structurally sound and in good condition by conducting a general visual inspection. [Read More]