Plumbing

Plumbing Tips for Landlords

Posted on February 26, 2021

Plumbing problems are inevitable. It’s easy to maintain your system when you are the only one using it, but more difficult when you are relying on the behavior of tenants. Luckily, by partnering with them, many major problems can be avoided. These five tips will have everyone working together to keep your systems in tip-top […]

Sewer Inspections

Posted on January 31, 2021

Do you know when your home was built? Almost 23% of homes in South Florida were built during the 1950s and 1960s. Older homes have a ton of charm and character, but if those walls could talk, they’d probably tell you to inspect their sewer lines.

2020’s Most Valued Plumbing Tips

Posted on December 21, 2020

Plumbing is an essential part of everyday life. It doesn’t just provide comfort and convenience. It also supports good health and hygiene, preventing disease.

3 Septic Tank Treatments You Need

Posted on November 20, 2020

Septic tanks use a combination of nature and technology to treat the wastewater produced inside a home. The waste produced by bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry areas flows from the home to an underground tank. The life expectancy of a septic tank could be as much as 40 years, but only if cared for properly. A […]

Don’t Ignore Minor Plumbing Problems

Posted on October 28, 2020

Everyday life can get a little crazy and overwhelming. And, sometimes, when your to-do list feels like it’s a mile long, you’re tempted to ignore plumbing problems that appear minor.

Leak Detection and Repair

Posted on September 27, 2020

When it comes to our homes, water is like a lifeline. We need it for everything – to shower, wash dishes, wash clothes, flush toilets, feed our lawns, and more.

Prepare Your Plumbing for a Hurricane

Posted on August 28, 2020

A Licensed Plumber’s Checklist Any South Florida resident that’s experienced a hurricane knows how to prepare their home and family for a storm. However, there are additional steps you can take to protect your property, and your neighbors’. To stay safe and prevent costly repairs, here’s what our licensed plumbers recommend you should do before […]

The Importance of Hiring Licensed Plumbers

Posted on July 22, 2020

Need to figure out how to unclog a drain or change a faucet? How-to videos have encouraged many to try these minor plumbing repairs on their own.

Problems Hard Water Can Cause

Posted on June 23, 2020

Have you ever wondered why your dishes have water spots when you let them air dry? Or why reddish stains form on the porcelain in your bathroom? The answer is the same for both: hard water. The water in Florida contains high levels of hard minerals like calcium, magnesium, and lime. While hard water doesn’t pose […]

Never Pour Oil or Fat Down Your Sink

Posted on May 27, 2020

Looking at my Facebook and Instagram feeds, it seems many are doing a lot more cooking (and eating!) while we are “safe at home.” I love seeing all the culinary masterpieces and I encourage you all to keep up the good work! But while you are at it, it’s important to take steps to keep […]

Save Your Septic System

Posted on April 16, 2020

Think of all the different times today you used water to wash your hands, flush the toilet, take a shower, and wash something in the kitchen sink. Now multiply that by the number of people in your home.

The Six Worst Things to Dump Down a Garbage Disposal

Posted on January 28, 2020

The garbage disposal is one of the kitchen’s most convenient features. But perhaps the name “garbage disposal” gives homeowners a misguided notion of what it can withstand.

When to DIY and When to Call a Plumber

Posted on December 23, 2019

The holidays can be draining on your finances. So, this time of year, many try to tackle minor repairs themselves.

Tree and Shrub Roots Can Damage Exterior Pipes

Posted on November 27, 2019

Trees are a great addition to a property. They add curb appeal, provide shade, buffer noise, and cool our homes, streets and cities. But, there there is a downside to having trees too close to your home or business. Tree roots can cause serious damage to your plumbing. Over time, sewer pipes can crack or […]

Why Is My Drain Clogged? And other common plumbing FAQs.

Posted on October 31, 2019

When a hard-working plumbing system suddenly springs a leak, overflows, or just generally stops working properly, homeowners aren’t sure how the problem started.

Bad Shower Habits

Posted on September 23, 2019

Everyone has their shower routine down to their own personal science. Some people like to mentally outline their day while letting the spray fully wake them in the mornings. Others enjoy a long, hot shower at the end of the day to wash away their stresses. And while that invigorating feeling we all have after […]

Plumbing Myths Debunked

Posted on September 3, 2019

Thanks to friends, family, and the internet, there’s no shortage of available advice when you’re facing a plumbing dilemma. And while all the information shared is meant to be helpful, there’s a lot of misconceptions and misinformation out there.

Emergency Plumbing Solutions

Posted on July 31, 2019

Emergency plumbing situations that cause leaks, overflows, and other odorous problems can occur at any time. Knowing how to manage the situation quickly and efficiently is the best way to avoid major damage to your home or business. The following are the most common emergencies, and the necessary steps you should take to contain them. […]

Benefits of a Home Water Filtration System

Posted on June 26, 2019

Water is essential for our survival. And, clean water is vital to our health. We need it to stay hydrated, to cook, to clean, and to shower. Bearing in mind it’s such a necessity, few people really take the time to consider what’s lurking in that water. Contaminants like lead, chlorine, and iron could be […]

How to Switch from Septic to Sewer

Posted on April 24, 2019

Last month, I shared information about how to maintain your septic system. A septic system is the most cost-effective and self-sufficient drainage system. If cared for properly, it will last indefinitely. However, despite the longevity and efficiency of septic systems, they also have drawbacks. Extremely careful guidelines must be followed to maintain a septic system.  Also, […]

The Importance of Backflow Testing

Posted on February 28, 2019

Let’s talk about water. The potable kind flows in, and the waste kind drains out. But, when a building’s wastewater enters your fresh water supply, it creates a potentially hazardous problem known as backflow. Backflow testing is crucial in commercial buildings, as it prevents the city water from going back into the city once it […]

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