Avoiding Plumbing Problems

Why A Little Undetected Leak Could Be A Big Problem

If you have a home, it is important that you keep up with routine maintenance. Your plumbing system is an area that may get undetected in the grand scheme of things. This is because some individuals do not think of minor plumbing issues as serious. Ignoring minor issues can lead to more significant issues and cause damage that extends beyond the plumbing system. A plumber can inspect your home and discover major and minor flaws in your plumbing system.   Read More...

Symptoms Of A Water Heater Emergency

Problems with your water heater are usually just an inconvenience, which means you can call the plumber during normal business owners. There are a few situations, though, that are considered an emergency.  Extreme Heat Increase A water heater is usually set to about 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This is hot enough to destroy bacteria, but not so hot as to cause burns to those using the water. If the temperature is too hot and no one has adjusted the settings, then the water heater is malfunctioning.   Read More...

What to Expect When You're Expecting a Septic Pumping Service

If you're the brand new owner of a house that has a septic tank, you should be happy that you've made a choice that is environmentally-friendly, low maintenance, and can last for decades at a time. Having a septic system can also be a reason for slight trepidation, as well. We've all heard horror stories of sewage backing up into the yard, creating a huge (and smelly) mess that can take days to get rid of.   Read More...

Hiring A Plumber - More Than Just Fixing The Kitchen Sink

You would be surprised by the damage that a water leak can cause, and especially if it isn't repaired quickly.  When in a situation where a plumbing fixture is leaking, you may find a need to hire a professional plumber.  The job of a plumber is to find and fix the leak quickly and efficiently.    Their expertise goes beyond just a kitchen sink leaking, however.  You may not realize it, but a plumber can fix everything from your standard sink leak to water mains and perform jobs that range from the installation of sump pumps to even finding a gas leak.   Read More...

Repairing Problems Your Well Pump Could Suffer

In order for your home's well to be able to supply water to the home, it will need to have a powerful pumping system. If this pump were to suffer a major malfunction, it could completely stop the supply of water for the home. While these pumping systems are normally highly reliable, they can suffer a number of common failures.    A Flooded Unit While your well pump will be exposed to moisture on a constant basis, it can be possible for it to become sufficiently flooded to where it will no longer work.   Read More...