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Thursday 15 July 2021
Posted by:  12:04 AM CST

Copper pipes are uniquely susceptible to pinhole leaks. Learn about the warning signs and tips for preventing them.

Posted by:  1:41 AM CST

If you're planning on giving your kitchen a facelift this summer, you may need to hire a local plumber to assist with your gas or water lines.

Posted by:  6:28 AM CST

Higher-than-normal water pressure might seem like a great thing, but your plumbing system disagrees. Read on about the causes of high water pressure and the resulting consequences.

Thursday 15 April 2021
Posted by:  11:37 PM CST

A new toilet can refresh your bathroom, prevent water damage, and decrease your water bill and is a worthwhile investment for your home.

Posted by:  1:16 AM CST

Some plumbing problems first become apparent through rather subtle clues. Read on for seven indications of a plumbing problem.

Monday 15 February 2021
Posted by:  8:37 AM CST

You can sometimes fix slow or backed up drains on your own, but if they occur frequently, it's probably time to call in a plumber for help.

Friday 15 January 2021
Posted by:  11:55 PM CST

Low water pressure is a nuisance with a variety of possible causes. Read more to see if you suspect one of the common reasons for low pressure might be what's happening to you.

Tuesday 15 December 2020
Posted by:  6:26 AM CST

Cold temperatures, especially in interior, below ground spaces, can cause water to freeze in your plumbing. Here are tips to prevent and deal with frozen pipes.

Wednesday 11 November 2020
Posted by:  2:35 AM CST

A sewer backup is one of a homeowner’s worst nightmares. Caused by clogs or blocks in the sewer line, sewer backups occur when the sewage system gets overloaded, and waste is pushed backwards through the line and back into the home. Backups are commonly found in basement drains, toilets, and (more)

Posted by:  3:22 AM CST

There’s a lot of financial uncertainly in the world right now, and we all want to save as much as we can. The last thing anyone needs is to be nickel and dimed by their water bill every month. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the average household wastes around (more)