Say Goodbye to Hard Water

Monday, August 31st, 2015

There are plenty of issues that can negatively affect your plumbing system, from corrosion to clogs to leaks. As a plumbing contractor in this area, we’ve seen it all.

But one negative factor that you may not be thinking could do much harm is in your water supply itself. That’s right. The hardness of water refers to its mineral content, chiefly calcium and magnesium. This is not typically a health issue, though hard water can be harsh on skin, hair, and scalp. Fortunately, you don’t have to just “put up with it.” We offer a range of water softeners that can eliminate this issue for your household. Let’s talk more about hard water first. (more…)

What Is the Anode Rod, and Why Is It Important?

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Water heaters are in contact with large amounts of water from the time they are installed onward. That level of water exposure almost invariably leads to rust and eventually to structural collapse. Since your water heater is always interacting with so much water, why is it that it doesn’t rust out and rupture after only a couple of years? The answer is a component known as the anode rod. The anode rod is a vital part of your water heater system. Let’s take a closer look at what it is, and how it protects your water heater. (more…)

5 Signs That You Need to Call a Commercial Plumber

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015

Having trouble with your commercial plumbing system? Make sure you get in touch with a professional so that such issues can be handled properly and promptly. Here are 5 signs that you need to call a commercial plumber. (more…)

Why Professional Drain and Sewer Maintenance Is Important

Monday, August 10th, 2015

How would you rate your drain and sewer system? Does it function according to your needs? Are you concerned about foul odors in the home? Your plumbing system can be divided roughly into two sections: one supply system that ensures that your home is well-supplied with potable hot and cold water, and a wastewater disposal system that ensures that organic waste and used water is disposed of safely and appropriately. While many of us think solely of the supply system, your drain and sewer are no less important. In fact, problems with either your drainpipes, sewer line or septic tank can lead to some serious problems. (more…)

4 Signs That You Need a Plumber

Tuesday, August 4th, 2015

Are you concerned about your plumbing system? Do you want to make sure that your entire plumbing system is taken care of throughout its years of service? Is a new water heater a necessity for your household? There are plenty of good reasons to consider calling on the services of a professional plumber. It’s important to recognize the value that your plumbing system has for you and your family on a daily basis, as it’s something that we often take for granted. If you notice anything out of the ordinary, it’s best to get in touch with a pro plumber ASAP. Here are some reasons to do so: (more…)