Find Out Why Your City-Supplied Water Has Lost Pressure

When your city-supplied water has lost pressure, there are several things that could be causing the problem. Here, you'll find a few things to check to determine what could be causing the loss of water pressure throughout your home. This can help you determine if you need water pressure repair. Exterior Water Shut-Off Valve The first place to look is the exterior water shut-off valve. Sometimes, the valve may not have been opened entirely, which can reduce the pressure that you see in the home. Read More 

Plumbing Issues To Treat As An Emergency

There are problems and there are emergencies. These two may be similar but with emergencies, any delay in responding to the problem could result in much more serious issues. Many water and drain issues are not treated as emergencies and sometimes, the consequences are serious. When you have a plumbing issue, you should be able to decide quickly if what you're looking at is a problem that you can fix at your convenience or one that you need to respond to immediately. Read More 

Home Plumbing Advice That Matters

When it comes to home maintenance, you want to put a lot of attention toward keeping an eye on your plumbing system and other areas where water damage may be an issue. While the plumbing can be a great place to start with regards to preventing water damage, there are other areas of concern as well. This article will provide you with some helpful information on various areas to put your attention toward to avoid a variety of issues you'll want to avoid. Read More 

Have Your Toilets Stopped Draining And Flushing? Call An Emergency Plumber To Prevent These Problems

If you have been trying to flush your toilets and first the water seemed slow going down, and now the water isn't going down at all and you fear it will flood, call an emergency plumber right away. If you end up with urine or sewage in your home, this is a severe problem and can be very dangerous. Here are some of the problems that could be causing the water to sit or overflow, and things that the plumber can do to fix the issues. Read More 

When Do You Need Backflow Certification?

Backflow certification is sometimes an important part of protecting your home's drinking water.  What Is Backflow Protection? Backflow protection usually comes in the form of a reduced pressure zone (RPZ) valve that is installed in your home by a plumber. The valve prevents contaminated water from flowing into your plumbing system.  When Is an RPZ Valve Needed? Certain conditions make it more likely that your home water will get contaminated by outside sources. Read More