Is your plumbing lead free?

Many of our customers are not aware that up until 2014 the amount of lead allowed in plumbing fixtures by the EPA was still 8% for pipes, fittings, and valves.  Lead proposes potential health hazards that you can learn about by visiting the...

Dangers of polybutylene piping and fittings

Polybutylene piping has a very high rate of failure under normal operating conditions that you use every day. Yet it is sometimes difficult to tell its failing until a major problem occurs. When a polybutylene pipe begins to leak, it usually...

What are the most Common Plumbing Problems?

Many plumbing problems are a result of inexperience which leads to work and installations being done incorrectly. Below are three things every homeowner should keep an eye out for because they are the most common issues we run into out on the...
How to Maintain your Plumbing and HVAC in Spring

How to Maintain your Plumbing and HVAC in Spring

Now that spring is here it is a perfect time to make sure that all your plumbing, heating and cooling systems are functioning after the harsh conditions of the winter season. Now is the time to perform basic maintenance and inspections on your...

When is it time to call a plumber?

Many of us have a great sense of independence when it comes to maintaining our home. There are times however where it can save you a lot of headache and trouble by calling a professional. So how do you determine when a problem is something that...