Perfect Winter Plumbing Projects: Kitchen and Bath

With winter nearly here, many homeowners are snuggled inside, sipping hot chocolate in front of the fireplace or cuddled under warm blankets. The last thing on their mind is tackling their next home improvement project.  While colder weather does put an end to many outdoor projects, winter is the perfect time to tackle indoor projects…

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Prep the Plumbing for Winter

A tap with constant dripping water in the bathroom

Winter often brings delightful wonderland scenes, but it also results in some unique challenges for homeowners, especially when it comes to plumbing. Frozen pipes, burst fittings, and water damage are common issues during the colder months. To avoid these costly and inconvenient problems, winterizing your home’s plumbing system is crucial.  Winter Plumbing Tips Here are…

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Don’t Get Bitten

A person is holding in his hand a bunch of pipes in gold color.

As a homeowner, plumbing issues can be a major headache. Whether it’s a leaky pipe or a damaged connection, you need a quick and reliable solution to get your plumbing system back up and running. This is where plumbers’ SharkBitesTM come into play.  SharkBites are a type of push-to-connect fitting that allows you to join…

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How Do Drought Conditions Impact Your Plumbing?

A closeup look of the ground with cracks in it from drought

Most homeowners have no idea that a drought can damage their plumbing system. But it’s true. Going for months with less-than-average rainfall puts added stress on plumbing systems, potentially leading to a range of issues that homeowners would rather not deal with. Understanding the Effects of a Drought on Your Plumbing System Understanding the impact…

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My Water Smells Like Metal!

A closeup shot of old Metal pipes kept together

There are few things more disconcerting than turning on the kitchen faucet to get a glass of water and having your olfactory senses assaulted by the smell of metal. Suddenly, you’re not thirsty anymore. And you’re left wondering what happened to cause that smell. That metallic smell is telling you there’s an issue that needs…

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Springtime Gas Line Safety

closeup shot of the Gas Patio Heater with trees in the far back

Gas lines going into the house are top of mind during the winter months. This is when most families are thinking of gas-powered furnaces, water heaters, and fireplaces. When spring rolls around, most people focus on the electric bill, putting thoughts of natural gas usage on the back burner.  However, there are several outdoor appliances…

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