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After a hurricane hits our area, homeowners must go through an extensive checklist to clean up any property damage and take preventive measures to guarantee no major repairs down the road. Cleaning out drains needs to be part of your post-hurricane assessments. If the drains are blocked, then major flooding can occur when another storm

Often, it is tempting to concentrate too much on the garden, lawn, and cleaning the house during the spring and ignore the impact that temperature changes have on our plumbing systems. Reviewing your plumbing system once every year will help you catch and address any problems earlier on and avoid expensive repairs down the line.

People often ask us, “What are the major causes for drain clogs? How can we prevent future clogs?” Keeping your drains freely flowing and in excellent condition should always be a priority in a Florida house. Messy floor leaks, costly repairs, yard flooding and just plain general inconvenience are the prices to pay for negligence on this front,

Plumbing repairs  are a big topic around Thanksgiving, and our plumbers can help prevent costly plumbing repairs.  The day after Thanksgiving is one of the busiest days for plumbing repairs of the year. This has to do with the extra use of plumbing including more use of the kitchen sink, dishwasher, and garbage disposal in

Most people don’t spend much time thinking about whether their drains are clean. It’s only when they’re standing ankle-deep in the shower, or when a funky smell arises from the slow-draining puddle in the kitchen sink, that they realize there might be a problem. At that point what do you do? What should you do?

A well-maintained, properly functioning grease trap prevents restaurant grease waste from contaminating the municipal water system. If grease enters the city water system, it can cause serious problems. According to the EPA, blockages in sewer pipes cause the majority of the 400,000 sewer backups that occur annually in the United States. The EPA has also determined