How to Maintain a Water Heater

November 10, 2020

One of the most important parts of your home is your water heater. It provides hot showers, clean dishes, and fresh laundry, so if it breaks on you, it could create some big issues. The average lifespan of a water...

Plumbing Safety Tips for Kids

October 28, 2020

It is just a fact of life that kids are curious. But when it comes to their favorite toy swimming in the toilet, it is probably time to teach them some plumbing safety. You should show your kids what to...

At Home Water Science Activities for Kids

September 22, 2020

Are you looking for fun and interactive outdoor projects to work on with your kids? Then start by gathering some everyday items from around your home so you and your kids can perform these simple water science projects. Teach your...

Teaching Kids About Plumbing

August 26, 2020

Teaching kids about plumbing is a great way for them to learn helpful skills like conserving water and other responsible behaviors. At an early age kids are fascinated with water, toilets, and everything else they can get their hands on....

At Home Outdoor Water Activities for Kids

July 27, 2020

With summer comes more hours of daylight for families to be outdoors. So, now’s the perfect time to try these low-budget water activities to add some family fun, and with the help of your outdoor plumbing. These fun outdoor activities...

Using a Plunger Your Sink

June 16, 2020

We know, we know, that title may sound a little funny. You may have never thought about using a plunger on your sink. The plunger is just for the toilet, right? But when you have a clogged sink, what do...

How to Increase Your Water Pressure

May 14, 2020

Starting or ending the day with a weak shower isn’t satisfying for anyone. When you start to notice that your water pressure is low, it usually doesn’t rank high on your priorities. If you are a homeowner, you probably have...

3 Reasons You Should Go Hands-Free

April 24, 2020

We’ve all seen hands-free faucets before. You know, the ones at restaurants, stores and offices that automatically turn on when it senses your hands below. But these aren’t just for commercial buildings, they are now making their way into residential...

The Warning Signs of a Main Sewer Line Blockage

March 25, 2020

Trivia time! What is one of the most vital parts of your household plumbing? It’s the main sewer line! If your sewer lines become damaged or clogged it can cause a number of costly issues to your property. So, the...

5 Reasons Why Toilets Get Clogged


February 19, 2020

We’re sure that we can all agree that the toilet is probably the most used fixture in your home. So, dealing with a clogged commode is extremely frustrating – and sometimes requires unpleasant clean up. To understand why your toilet...

How to Maintain a Water Heater

January 28, 2020

Your water heater probably isn’t something that you think about often. That is, until it stops working! You probably don’t even realize how many times a day you and your family rely on the hot water heater. Your hot water...

Smart Technology To Save Money on Your Utility Bill

December 5, 2019

Smart technology is starting to become a norm in households today. Homeowners are implementing all kinds of smart technology to help save money on heating and cooling. However, many are overlooking the smart technology that is available for lowering water...

Fun Toilet Facts for World Toilet Day

November 19, 2019

Here are some fun facts about toilets we thought we’d share with you on World Toilet Day: More people in the world have mobile phones than toilets. Your smartphone has about 20 times more bacteria on it than your toilet...

How to Pet Proof Your Plumbing

October 22, 2019

We all love our four-legged family members, and according to the American Pet Product Association, approximately sixty-eight percent of US households have a pet. But not every owner knows that with your pets comes the potential for plumbing problems. Since...

Where Could Your Home Be Leaking Money

September 26, 2019

Are you boiling over high water bills? Here are some simple steps you could take to simmer down. In the US, the average person uses about 80 gallons of water a day. If your daily consumption seems out of the...

Tankless Vs. Traditional Water Heater? Which Option is Best for You?

August 26, 2019

If you are looking to save on your electric bill, you could be in hot water. Seriously, it just may be that your savings can be found in your water heater and the type you have in your home. If...

When Should You Call an “Emergency” Plumbing Service?

July 29, 2019

When plumbing problems occur in the evenings or over the weekend, it is very tempting to pick up the phone and make an emergency service call. However, emergency service calls can come at a premium, so how do you know...

10 (Simple) Ways to Conserve Water

June 27, 2019

Everyone wants to conserve water! After all, it’s good for the environment and good for your wallet, because it lowers your water bill. While many of us like the idea of conserving water we often don’t want to make any...

Walk-In Shower vs. Tub – What’s Right for You?

May 30, 2019

There are many decisions that have to be made during a bathroom remodel or new construction. Perhaps one of the most important and maybe most difficult is deciding what type of shower and/or bathtub is right for you. Luckily, here...

Don’t Flush Feminine Products (Really!)

April 1, 2019

Listen up ladies! Here is a public service announcement for you: do not flush feminine products down the toilet. We know, we know, it says “flushable” right on the box. But this really isn’t the case. Tampons, pads, wipes, and...

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