A Water Softener Protects Your Plumbing And Appliances From Hard Water Minerals

If your home has hard water, you might deal with the problem by using laundry additives that soften water, or by adding a water softening cartridge to your shower head. While those products might work as intended, they do nothing about solving your hard water problem. Hard water is especially harmful to plumbing pipes since mineral scale keeps building up year after year. Talk to your plumber about an effective hard water treatment for your whole house and plumbing. Read More 

3 Common Residential Water Heater Repairs A Plumber Might Do To Keep The Hot Water Flowing

You depend on your hot water to provide you with warm showers, so when the water heater malfunctions, it gets your day off to a bad start. Fortunately, a lot of water heater problems can be fixed with a few repairs so you can put off replacing the heater. Here are three common residential water heater repairs that you might need to have done over the life of your water heater. Read More 

Five Tips For Finding Your Septic Tank

In order to have your septic tank pumped and serviced, you need to know where it is located. This may be more challenging than you'd like if you aren't the first owner of the home, unless the previous owner clearly marked the tank location before selling. The following tips can help you track down the tank location. 1. Check Municipal Records Often, the location of your tank just requires a visit to your local municipal offices. Read More 

Why Some Commercial Plumbing Issues Should Be Considered An Emergency

As a business owner, you should be prepared to deal with plumbing issues in your commercial building at some point or another. Minor plumbing issues might not be a big deal, although they should be addressed promptly. However, some plumbing issues are a much more serious concern and should be treated as such. These are some of the reasons why some commercial plumbing issues should be considered an emergency. They Could Cause You to Have to Shut Down Operations Read More 

Three Reasons To Use A Licensed Plumber To Install A New Gas Water Heater

If you are at the point where you need to replace your water heater, you need to call a professional plumber to do the installation. There are a number of reasons this is important, especially if you are a homeowner who tries to save money by doing your own home projects or simply one that enjoys doing this type of work. However, it is best to leave a water heater installation to a licensed plumber. Read More