September 23, 2016

Whether you are a home owner or a manager of a building, a sewer back up is something you would like to avoid at all costs. A sewer back  up is messy, unhygienic, and expensive to clean up. Unfortunately, over time, sewer line clogging is a fact of life.  Having a pro...

August 18, 2016

Your water heater may be one of the appliances in your home you take for granted—until it stops working and you wind up in a cold shower. To make sure you don't get a chilly and possibly expensive surprise, it's a good idea to perform regular maintenance on your water...

July 14, 2016

The leak from a pipe fitting that costs less than a dollar can easily cause thousands of dollars in water damage, disrupt your household for weeks, and throw your remodel way off schedule. So hiring a licensed, insured and bonded plumber (or a well-trained apprentice w...

May 4, 2016

1. Determine if all locations within your home or office have low water pressure. Check various locations that have faucets.

  • The kitchen, the bathroom, basement and outdoor faucets, and hose hookups are common areas where fixture specific low water pressure can occu...

October 2, 2015

A pipe springs a leak, the drain backs up, or you need professional help with the water lines when remodeling a bathroom-these are all good reasons to phone a plumber. But sometimes you pick up the phone in need of emergency help after making a mistake. We compiled a l...

September 10, 2015

An expertly remodeled master bathroom will provide years of pleasure and comfort. It’s a tricky space, unfortunately, with lots of moving parts crammed into a tight footprint, not to mention the volumes of water ready to exploit any and all leaks. Setting a budget and...

June 11, 2015

A return line is installed near the faucet farthest from the water heater. The return line is connected to the UP 15 series pump and flows back to the water heater. As water slowly cools in the hot water line, the UP 15 series recirculation pump then moves the hot wate...

March 5, 2015

Earlier this year the Department of Energy (DOE) published a final ruling on the anticipated energy factor (EF) upgrades for residential water heaters. The new standards will take effect April 16, 2015 and are representative of the continued push for energy efficiency...

January 5, 2015

Happy New Year! It's that time of year when we resolve to be better people in the coming year. As you make your resolutions, keeping your home safe and efficient may be on your list of priorities. If so, the following are plumbing resolutions to help save you money or...

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