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Why Is My Plumbing Making Noise? Common Reasons for Noisy Pipes

February 23, 2016

The occasional noise from your pipes or other plumbing fixture is a given, and is a normal part of their everyday function, but when you start hearing noises that could wake you up at night or startle the dog, then you might have a problem. Nobody wants to hear clanging or banging coming from inside … Continue reading Why Is My Plumbing Making Noise? Common Reasons for Noisy Pipes


Tips to Keep Your Plumbing Happy

February 9, 2016

Teach your kids (and yourself) what is okay to go down the drain. Many people treat garburators and toilets like Herculean entities that can handle all manner of objects and liquids, but that is not the case. Just because it went down once doesn’t mean you should continue flushing it down. Things to avoid: Glass … Continue reading Tips to Keep Your Plumbing Happy


Is Your Home’s Water Pressure Too Low?

January 27, 2016

Many homeowners have dealt with low water pressure in the house at least once. The experience is not something to look forward to because it makes simple daily activities like showering and washing frustrating. While this is a common plumbing problem, the real challenge is identifying its cause. Let’s take a look at some of … Continue reading Is Your Home’s Water Pressure Too Low?


Water Saving Tips for Your Household

January 13, 2016

Conserving water in your home is not only great for the environment, but efficient in lowering your monthly water bill and extending the life of your plumbing system. You can help conserve water from home and make a difference in your utility bill and the environment. Water conservation assists in preventing water pollution in local … Continue reading Water Saving Tips for Your Household


Furnace Repair and Maintenance – A Winter Essential

December 21, 2015

It’s that time of year again, and the need for your furnace to be on top of its game is more important than ever. Reliably staying warm during winter is a priority, especially when you have a family to consider. If you run late from work and come home to find your furnace cold it … Continue reading Furnace Repair and Maintenance – A Winter Essential


Common Winter Plumbing Problems

December 1, 2015

Winter is getting into full swing and we can already begin to feel the bite in the air. Unless you enjoy near-zero temperatures and rough road conditions, you probably aren’t going to be happy about the upcoming months. To make matters worse, your home plumbing system is going to need some TLC to make sure … Continue reading Common Winter Plumbing Problems


Preventative Maintenance That You Need Before the Winter

November 4, 2015

We might not get winters as bad as some of the other places in the country but make no mistake that you want to have home heating when things get a little chilly outside. The colder months are the most important ones for your home heating. It’s when they earn their keep. Here are some … Continue reading Preventative Maintenance That You Need Before the Winter


Tips for Saving Money on Heating Bills This Winter

October 19, 2015

Many people find it hard to save money on their heating bills during the winter, especially if it’s an especially brutal one. While air conditioning bills can total hundreds of dollars a month, heating bills can typically become even more expensive on a monthly basis. This is because there is often more energy required to … Continue reading Tips for Saving Money on Heating Bills This Winter


How to Prepare Your Heating System for Winter

October 1, 2015

It’s that time of year again- the leaves are falling from the trees, the weather is getting colder and colder, and children have started looking for snowflakes again. What does this mean for you? You could kick back and watch a game of football, or brew a big pot of hot chocolate, or you could … Continue reading How to Prepare Your Heating System for Winter


Top Tips for Winterizing Your Home’s Plumbing

October 1, 2015

Winter comes with many challenges. You will have to live with the cold for a couple of months and pay more for home heating. If you also did not put in measures to protect your plumbing, then you will have a number of burst pipes to deal with. Before winter sets in, it is paramount … Continue reading Top Tips for Winterizing Your Home’s Plumbing


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Common Winter Plumbing Problems

Winter is getting into full swing and we can already begin to feel the bite in the air. Unless you enjoy near-zero temperatures and rough road conditions, you probably aren’t going to be happy about the upcoming months. To make matters worse, your home plumbing system is going to need some TLC to make sure … Continue reading Common Winter Plumbing Problems

Drain Tiles – What Are They and how do They Work?

Drain tiles are essentially drainage systems whose main function is to manage excess water that builds up around a property. They also have a variety of different uses in both the construction and agricultural fields. When it comes to residential use, most people in the construction industry consider drain tiles to be the ideal solution … Continue reading Drain Tiles – What Are They and how do They Work?

Tips for Saving Money on Heating Bills This Winter

Many people find it hard to save money on their heating bills during the winter, especially if it’s an especially brutal one. While air conditioning bills can total hundreds of dollars a month, heating bills can typically become even more expensive on a monthly basis. This is because there is often more energy required to … Continue reading Tips for Saving Money on Heating Bills This Winter

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