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Locating a Broken Water or Sewer Pipe

Diagnosing a plumbing problem can be like diagnosing an upset stomach. You can see and experience external symptoms—your water pressure is anemic or your toilet won't flush—but you can't actually see what the problem is, as it's underground (out of sight, just like your stomach). In the old days, … [Read more...]

How a Grease Trap Works

If you are old enough, you may remember your grandmother or even your mom keeping a coffee can on the stove, where all the grease left in the frying pan was deposited. Grandma knew it wasn't a good idea to pour the grease down the sink (or even worse, in the toilet). When you dump fats, oils or … [Read more...]

The Benefits of a Hydronic Floor Heating System

When winter comes and you need to heat your home, you can easily get frustrated by the more commonly known forms of home heating—oil or gas furnaces, electric baseboard heating and heat pumps. You may find that some parts of your house are always colder than others. You may find yourself sneezing … [Read more...]

Finding the Source of a Shower Leak

Have you noticed the telltale signs of a leak in your shower? Have you discovered water spots or discoloration in the ceiling below an upstairs shower or water pooling on the floor in the bathroom? Though it can be obvious that the shower is leaking, it may be difficult to find the source of the … [Read more...]

It’s Time to Service Your Lawn Irrigation System

Now that spring is here and summer's just around the corner, your lawn is going to need regular hydration to keep it lush and green. You don't want to get into the heat of the summer and discover that a root has grown through the sprinkler line or that some of your sprinkler heads need to be … [Read more...]

Hydro-Jetting a Sewer Line or Drain

When you have a blocked sewer line or a clogged drain, there can be a tendency to try to resolve the problem yourself. But a professional plumber will have the tools to quickly, safely and effectively resolve your problem. One of the best processes for addressing this type of problem is what is … [Read more...]

Why You Might Need a Backflow Device

Does your house or commercial building have a fire suppression system, an irrigation system or a large boiler? If so, you may need a backflow device, also known as a Reduced Pressure Zone (RPZ) valve, to ensure that your drinking water is protected from contaminants. The Risks If you have any one … [Read more...]

The Benefits of Videotaping Your Drain Line

When you have a leak in a drain or other water pipes, how do you find out where it is? You don't want to have to dig up your entire drain field or water supply system to find one small leak. Fortunately, there's a reliable and easy way to do that—with a video camera that travels through your system. … [Read more...]

Troubleshooting Your Garbage Disposal System

There are few breakdowns more unpleasant than when your garbage disposal stops working. You may have food stuck in it and water backed up, causing a foul-smelling mess. A garbage disposal is typically not a complicated device—there are not that many things that can go wrong with it. If yours is not … [Read more...]

Do a Spring Plumbing Inspection

It's time for spring cleaning, right? Why not incorporate a quick, do-it-yourself inspection of your home's plumbing. It's a better time of year to identify and remedy any potential problems. Here are the things want to look for: Inspect all your toilets for leaks—put a few drops of food … [Read more...]

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Locating a Broken Water or Sewer Pipe

Diagnosing a plumbing problem can be like diagnosing an upset stomach. You can see and experience external symptoms—your water pressure is anemic or your toilet won't flush—but you can't actually see … Read More

How a Grease Trap Works

If you are old enough, you may remember your grandmother or even your mom keeping a coffee can on the stove, where all the grease left in the frying pan was deposited. Grandma knew it wasn't a good … Read More