Relieve Holiday Stress and Enhance Your Holiday Meals by Installing a Kinetico RO Drinking Water System!

December 10th, 2015

Let’s face it, there is enough on your mind this time of the year so why not avoid added stress whenever possible.  The last thing you need to be hassled with is wondering if you have enough bottled water for your guests or enough room in your refrigerator to store it. By installing a Kinetico RO Water Treatment System, you can alleviate that concern and concentrate on enjoying your time with family and friends.

Not only does an RO unit provide an ease with entertaining, but it will also enhance the flavor of your food, earning you nothing but compliments. Think about it, if you don’t like the taste of your water to drink it, why would you want that unpleasant taste transferred to your food?  Call Tim Beil Plumbing today to schedule a free, in home water analysis and get ready to relax and enjoy the holidays!

 

What to Do About Frozen Pipes

November 23rd, 2015

Of all the nasty issues that can afflict your home’s plumbing, frozen pipes are probably among the worst. If your pipes freeze, it means more than simply being unable to use them. You could be looking at ruptures and water damage. Read on in order to find out why frozen pipes are such a problem, as well as what you can do about them. Continue Reading

How to Extend the Life of Your Garbage Disposal

November 16th, 2015

It is tempting, at times, to think of your garbage disposal as an invincible machine. After all, its entire purpose is to chop food waste into tiny pieces in order for it to go into the liquid waste system. However, your garbage disposal won’t last forever. If you want to have your garbage disposal last for as long as possible, there are a few things that you need to be aware of. Let’s take a look at the steps you can take to extend the life of your garbage disposal. Continue Reading

What to Do During a Plumbing Emergency

November 9th, 2015

There are many different problems that could affect your plumbing system. None of them are good, but some are quite a bit worse than others. The most damaging—things like pipe ruptures or frozen pipes—are classified as plumbing emergencies. You can’t afford to wait for an appointment a few days after the fact to fix these problems. What do you do when you do happen to run into a plumbing emergency, though? Read on to find out. Continue Reading

Is a Tankless Water Heater Right for You?

November 2nd, 2015

The average water heater is one of the hardest working appliances in the home. Traditional water heaters are on at all times, storing up hot water for when it’s needed. While this is certainly convenient, it also wastes quite a bit of energy throughout the year. Fortunately, there is an alternative for people who want to cut down on their home operating costs. Let’s take a look at tankless water heaters, and the advantages they provide. Continue Reading

Why You Need Backflow Prevention Services

October 26th, 2015

Have you ever found foul-smelling water bubbling up from your drains? If so, you have a backflow problem. Backflow is a common problem, caused by a pressure imbalance in the sewer system. Beyond simply being disgusting, it also poses a health hazard for those in the home. Read on to find out more about backflow, and what you can do to prevent it from happening. Continue Reading

Common Water Heater Maintenance Procedures

October 19th, 2015

Water heaters are incredible sturdy systems. They have to be, considering how often they are used every day. Even they need the occasional maintenance appointment in order to remain in top shape, however. When you schedule annual water heater maintenance, we go through a pretty long list of procedures to make sure that your system is in good shape. There are far too many to go through the entire list on this post, but we can give you a rundown of some of the bigger items. Continue Reading

The Advantages of Installing a Sump Pump

October 12th, 2015

Flooding is a serious concern in Pennsylvania, especially when the weather starts to cool off. If you’ve ever had to deal with the aftermath of a flood in your home, you know what a nightmare it can be. The sheer amount of water damage can be staggering. Even moderate storms can cause a great deal of damage if your home is unprepared for it. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to make sure that the most vulnerable parts of your home remain safe during flooding season. Let’s take a look at why you should install a sump pump in your home. Continue Reading

Why You Should Schedule Pipe Inspection Once a Year

October 5th, 2015

Part of the difficulty with keeping your sewer line in good condition is that it is largely hidden from view. For many years, the only way to identify a sewer line problem before it inflicted serious damage was to physically examine the pipes. Since that meant tearing up the lawn or slab, most homeowners chose to wait for symptoms to present themselves instead of pursuing proactive maintenance. Fortunately, we now have better ways of checking the condition of your sewer line. Let’s take a look at video pipeline inspection, and why you should schedule it at least once a year. Continue Reading

What It Means When Your Water Pressure Drops

September 28th, 2015

Nothing is more frustrating than turning on a faucet or shower and getting only a dribble of water. If your water pressure starts to drop, you shouldn’t ignore it. Whether sudden or gradual, a decline in water pressure is a sign that there’s a problem with your pipes. You’re going to need to have a professional plumber examine your system to determine the exact cause. Here are a few of the more common causes of water pressure issues. Continue Reading