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Rust in the Water of your Dishwasher

Ever opened up your dishwasher just to find a bunch of rusty water floating around? It’s most likely that you have galvanized pipes. Normally, pipes have a zinc barrier preventing them from rusting, but sometimes this barrier corrodes away, and leaves you with pipes that can rust. These kind of pipes cannot be cleaned once Read the full article…

Eco-Friendly Ways to Winterize Your Pipes

There are tons of ways to help protect your pipes from winter, but one of the most popular ones is to put an anti-freeze solution down the sink. Now, this may work, but unfortunately it’s not the best thing to be putting out into the environment. For an eco-friendly alternative, you can always have all Read the full article…

Your Sink’s Spray Hose

The small conveniences in life usually aren’t missed until they’re gone. Case in point: You know those nifty little detachable sprayers that some sinks have? Mine broke today. After I was done getting frustrated over having to actually wipe dishes and stuff down the sink (I know, right?), I looked into what could be going wrong Read the full article…

Showerhead Problems

Remember when you moved into your house, and the water pressure made for a wonderful shower? And aren’t you sad that it’s gone now? Well, it’s probably a pretty easy fix. The most likely problem could be your with your showerhead. It’s possible that the showerhead has been gunked up by mineral deposits and Read the full article…

Does Your Toilet Flush Correctly?

Does your toilet not flush completely when you need it to? It’s an annoying problem that doesn’t take too much to fix! If your toilet isn’t flushing correctly, it’s most likely that the float ball in your toilet is set either too high or too low. It’s actually a fairly easy problem to fix Read the full article…

Get Those Clogged Drains Fixed!

Clogged drains make up most of the problems people have with their plumbing. We all try to avoid it with drain cleaners that can’t actually do too much, or maybe with a small snake, but sometimes the problems can be bigger than that. If you have a drain that you think is clogged by Read the full article…

Drain scoping

Sometimes, a clogged pipe is just exactly that: a clogged pipe. Usually, that’s a fairly easy fix. But sometimes, a clogged pipe can be misdiagnosed, and you may need a more hardcore solution. In this case, you may need to do some drain scoping. We basically put a camera down your pipes, snake it Read the full article…

Winterize your sewer line

People are usually most concerned with their pipes freezing during winter. Yes, this can be a nasty problem on its own, but you should definitely also be concerned about your sewer line. If you neglected to have your septic tank treated and pumped before winter came, it could result in some major backups in your Read the full article…

Septic Tank Problems?

Do you know exactly what the functions your septic tank performs are? Turns out, they’re pretty important. Basically, they’re your own personal mini-water treatment plant under your house. It pre-treats the waste coming out of the pipes in your home before it goes to the plant. Of course, it’s important to keep your septic tank Read the full article…

Caulking on Plumbing Fixtures

Sometimes the old caulking on plumbing fixtures can become old or damaged, and it will crack or pull lose. Not only does this cause water to seep in where it shouldn’t be, but it will actually damage the plumbing joint and possibly damage any surrounding walls. Many attempt to re-caulk these fixtures out their Read the full article…