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Author: Dito Rodriguez | Apr 12, 2016

Slow Flushing Toilet, What’s the Problem

You toilet didn’t always seem so slow. You have tried drain cleaners and are almost certain there is a problem with the toilet. You might be thinking that you need a new one.

Author: Brian Simpson | Apr 05, 2016

Flowering Trees – Lovely but Problems for Plumbing

Spring is a beautiful sight with the cherry blossoms and other flowering trees in bloom. Their popularity might make them favorites to use in your landscaping, but their problems with plumbing can be headaches for later. You might be surprised to learn that some of your favorite southern flowering trees are also well known for […]

Author: Dito Rodriguez | Mar 30, 2016

Tips for Conserving Water

April showers bring May flowers. This is a phrase you may have heard and there is a lot of truth in it. The spring season in Georgia is our rainy season. As the summer season arrives, you can then expect drier weather. And with the drier weather, you might hear more about conserving water in […]

Author: Brian Simpson | Mar 16, 2016

Do’s and Don’t’s of Garbage Disposals

Having a garbage disposal is a nice luxury in the kitchen that you might take for granted until it breaks. It’s there to help shred food into smaller particles that you can then dispose of by more easily moving it through the line. And although the disposal can last a long time, how long it […]

Author: Dito Rodriguez | Mar 02, 2016

Why is My Water Pressure Low

Are you suffering from low water pressure? This could be a chronic problem. You head into the shower in the morning and feel the water pressure is not enough to help wake you up. Or you have to turn your faucet on full throttle to get enough water to decently wash your hands. Low water […]

Author: Brian Simpson | Feb 19, 2016

Should You Go Tankless?

If you have owned your home for ten years or more, you might have already replaced your hot water heater. And if you haven’t, beware because your time is coming. Conventional systems like the bulky one that you probably have in your home only last 12 years at most. And unless you like having cold […]

Author: Dito Rodriguez | Feb 03, 2016

Jetting to Fix a Stubborn Clog

What do you do when you have a stubborn clog? You know the one I mean, when you think you’ve tried everything. The plunger might have been the first step, and then when that didn’t work you added a drain cleaner. You might have tried several drain cleaners and now your worried if there is […]

Author: Brian Simpson | Jan 22, 2016

Protect Your Pipes During a Freeze Warning

Frozen pipes are one of the most common problems with homeowners during the wintertime. You have heard the weather report and freeze warnings are coming. Don’t be caught off guard by the warning. Protect your pipes.

Author: Dito Rodriguez | Jan 06, 2016

Don’t Forget the Plumbing

Happy New Year! The holidays are finally over and 2016 might be the year you will upgrade your kitchen or bathroom. You don’t want to forget about the plumbing until the last minute. If you are one of the millions thinking of a renovation, consider hiring a professional for at least some of the work. […]

Author: Brian Simpson | Dec 21, 2015

Plumbing Emergencies Don’t Take a Holiday

When you have a plumbing emergency, you can’t wait until the morning or the end of the weekend to fix it. And a holiday is a no different matter. If you have guests coming for a holiday meal, your stress level may already be on overload. How are you going to get your place cleaned […]

Author: Dito Rodriguez | Dec 06, 2015

Tis the Season for Troubled Toilets

When you have guests visiting and it is the holidays, the last thing you want is a troubled toilet. But how does it become so much trouble? We love the holiday season and there are many wonderful toys to get the kids. Yet beware of those small toys that kids love to flush. You may […]

Author: Brian Simpson | Nov 17, 2015

Avoid a Line Leak this Holiday Season

A water line leak can be a huge mess and costly to repair. It can also be an embarrassment if it happens while you have guests visiting during the holidays. It’s not uncommon that lines leak at the worst times. Your lines experience heavier usage during the holidays. In addition, you can have potential pipe […]