Thank Your Plumbers — For Real!

Thank Your Plumbers — For Real!

  • 4 Times You May Need Emergency Plumbing Services

    A clogged drain isn't always an emergency plumbing situation, but there are times when you may need the help of a plumber right away. Sometimes, a clogged drain can be a huge annoyance or pose a hazard to your family. When that happens, you can call an emergency plumber to help rather than live with the situation until the office opens. Here are times when you may need emergency plumbing help for a clogged drain.

  • Plumbing Problems: When to Call a Professional Plumber

    Plumbing issues can strike at any time and often when it's least convenient. While some minor problems can be handled with a plunger and a little elbow grease, there are times when calling a professional plumber is the best course of action. Here are some signs that indicate it's time to pick up the phone and call in the experts. Persistent Dripping Faucets A dripping faucet might seem like a minor annoyance, but it can lead to significant water waste over time and even increase your water bill.

  • Can Your Water Heater Actually Explode?

    It's a tale that makes the rounds every once in a while: someone's water heater explodes and causes catastrophic damage to their home. It can be tempting to write this off as a myth, but hot water heaters really can explode. It does not happen often; it's very rare. However, it is still a good idea to be careful. Keep reading to learn the signs that your hot water heater might explode and what you can do about it.

  • Signs That You Need To Call A Professional Drain Cleaning Service

    Drains are essential components of your home's plumbing system. However, drain cleaning is one of the tasks that many homeowners neglect until it's too late. Here are some signs that you may need to call a professional drain cleaning service as soon as possible.  Slow Draining If your sink, tub, shower, or toilet takes longer than usual to drain, it could mean that there is a clog somewhere in the pipes.

  • Septic Issues To Watch Out For

    Your septic tank is responsible for taking the waste away from your home, but unlike a traditional sewer system, your septic tank and all of its components are your responsibility to take care of. You need to maintain it, have it emptied and cleaned, and need to pay attention to issues in order to have them repaired when necessary—which is also your responsibility. You can hire a company to do all of these things for you, but you need to pay attention to some of the issues that may require repairs.

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Thank Your Plumbers — For Real!

When you have a plumber come work on your home, we hope you thank them. Really, you should be thanking any contractor who works on your home, but we are a little partial to plumbers and happen to think they deserve a little more recognition. After all, the stuff inside the pipes they work on doesn't usually smell very good. And even though they wear gloves, they have to get pretty close to it! If you would like to learn a little more about plumbers, then we invite you to read this blog. After learning the basics, you'll really want to thank your plumbers!