Home Maintenance Tips for the Holiday Season

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The holiday season is approaching fast, which means there is much to do in preparation! With more people coming in and out of your home for festive celebrations and holiday dinners, ensuring your home is safe for all your guests is important. Here are a few home maintenance tips to follow this holiday season so… Read more »

Why Does My Tap Water Look Rusty?

Dirty rusty water flows into a white sink.

There’s nothing more alarming than turning on the sink to wash your hands and seeing a brownish liquid with rusty flakes streaming from the faucet! Discolored tap water is more common than you may think and usually indicates the presence of sediment or minerals such as iron and manganese. These contaminants may make your water… Read more »

4 Signs You Need Your Water Heater Serviced

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Many homeowners don’t notice the worsening condition of their water heaters until it’s too late and cold water starts coming out of faucets. A broken water heater can interrupt your household’s bathing, laundry, and dish-washing schedules and make daily life a hassle. Luckily, there are some subtle signs to look for that can help you… Read more »

Plumbing Maintenance Tips for Fall

Worker cleaning gutters for a customer.

We’re only a few short weeks away from the first day of fall, but if you like to get a head start on your home maintenance checklist, it’s a good idea to start preparing for the new season right now! The drop in temperature can wreak havoc on your plumbing if you aren’t prepared. Here… Read more »

5 Ways to Save Water at Home

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With population growth, extreme community development, and global warming at the forefront of our realities, many cities are enforcing water restrictions to ensure a clean and reliable water supply for all. You can do a few simple things at home to ease the burden on your local water supply and save money on your water… Read more »

Common Summer Plumbing Problems to Avoid

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The summer season means kids are home from school, more guests are over for cookouts and parties, and water is relied on heavily during the hottest time of the year. As the season change, so does how you use your plumbing. Summer brings a unique set of plumbing problems you must prepare for and resolve… Read more »

The Top Reasons You’re Experiencing a Concrete Slab Leak

Crack on cement floor.

Most homes are built on a basement or concrete slab foundation, making it an affordable option for many homeowners. It also provides the home with structural integrity. However, some concrete slabs may suffer from slab leaks.  These leaks occur when water leaks from the pipes under a slab and gets into the basement unnoticed. Water goes… Read more »

4 Plumbing Issues to Look for When Buying a Home

Couple Using Bucket For Collecting Water Leakage From Ceiling And Calling Plumber On Cellphone After Having Issues With The Plumbing In Their New Home

Buying a house is an expensive investment. When you move into your dream home, the last thing you want is to find out it needs costly repairs. While you may notice damaged siding or a crumbling roof at first glance, you’ll need to take a closer look to find potential plumbing issues. Here are some… Read more »

How to Get Your Plumbing Ready for Spring

Roof and Gutters Power Cleaning Using Pressure Washer. Caucasian Worker.

Let us not forget about our precious plumbing systems as we make our way through our spring-cleaning checklist. A thorough spring clean-up increases your water consumption, from watering your lawn to washing your windows to filling your swimming pool. This up-tick in water use puts heavier strain on your plumbing than during the winter months…. Read more »

How to Prevent Mold Growth in Your Home

Woman finds mold growth in the corner of her bathroom.

There are many signs that your home is falling victim to mold growth. Mold can grow on carpet, clothing, food, paper, and even in places you can’t see, such as the backside of drywall, areas inside walls around leaking or condensing pipes, and above ceiling tiles. It is costly to fix mold damage in your home,… Read more »