Clogged Bathroom Sink? Here are 4 Steps to Get the Water Flowing

By Tom Hall on Nov 20, 2017

Clogged Bathroom Sink

A clogged bathroom sink is such a drag, but you don’t have to be stuck with it forever. Turn off the water supply for the sink and put on your gloves, before you try these DIY clog-busting tips.

1. Clean the Stopper

Starting with the sink stopper may save you a lot of hassle and time. Unscrew the stopper or pull it out, depending on the type you have. Clean…

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Plumbing Tips for New Home Buyers

By Dave Judd on May 25, 2017

plumbing tips for new home buyers

When you move into a new home there are a few plumbing tips that can ensure you don’t have end up with a plumbing emergency on your hands. The last thing you want to do is spend a fortune fixing an issue that could have been prevented. That is why we compiled this list of plumbing tips for new home buyers.

Know Where Your Main Water Shut Off Valve is Located

In the…

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Five easy tips to keep your home running smoothly and efficiently

By Dave Judd on Jul 06, 2016

1. Get to Know Your Plumbing System – An important first step in maintaining your home plumbing is knowing where your pipes are. AND, If you had an emergency, would everyone who might be home alone know how to shut off all water? It’s a good idea to share your knowledge of where the shut-off valve for your plumbing is located. We can help if you need assistance on this. The same applies for your main gas shutoff.
2. Checking…

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Natural drain cleaners

By Dave Judd on Jan 25, 2016

Why use a natural drain cleaner?
If you’ve ever used crystal draino or another caustic drain-unclogging product, you probably know how dangerous, toxic, and unfriendly these products are to our environment.
None of us intentionally wants to harm our planet, and we all want to enjoy a healthy environment in our homes. Fortunately there are much better alternatives to caustic chemicals. It’s much better to maintain clean piping and to minimize germs with a few easy steps, rather than…

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Why Do I Always Have to Flush My Toilet Twice?

By Dave Judd on Nov 16, 2015

Do you have a toilet in your home that seems to always require two flushes? This is not only annoying, but it also wastes water. Probably more than you realize.

But before we can explain why this is happening, we need to discuss how a toilet works.

How a toilet works

Most toilets use pretty simple mechanisms. Water is stored in the bowl and the tank (the large rectangular part of the toilet).When you push the handle, water runs out of the…

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