Leak Detection

Buying a house is a big investment. Saving some money throughout that process is a reasonable goal, but one area you don’t want to skimp on is scheduling a plumbing inspection before signing on the dotted line. From sinks, toilets and drains to water heaters, washing machines and showers, plumbing reaches every corner of the

Modern plumbing distinguishes today’s homes from their 18th century counterparts. Current plumbing systems such as hot tubs, water heaters, septic tanks and sewer systems are quite complicated. Every year, approximately 800 billion gallons of water and $14 billion dollars is saved in the United States thanks to improved plumbing products and services, according to Plumbing Manufacturers International. It

If your water bill is much higher than average, it may be the case that you have a slab leak. Slab leaks happen when a water pipe breaks underneath a concrete slab of your house or the foundation of your home. Slab leaks happen for a variety of reasons and they can result in some

A leakage under your home’s foundation is a worrying issue that should be attended to urgently and professionally. A slab leak by definition is when a water pipe under your concrete structure breaks, cracks, or bursts and starts leaking. If not detected and fixed promptly, a slab leak can cause severe damage to your home.

If you’ve ever experienced water damage before, then you know that you never want to experience it again. This is especially true if your water damage originated from a source that could have been prevented, such as a pipe, toilet or other water-using appliance. But water leaks from pipes and such appliances are fairly common, and the

January 18, 2016
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Garbage disposals have one of the messiest jobs in the home. Due to all the wear and tear on a typical garbage disposal the average homeowner will likely have the privilege of replacing at least a few. Replacing a disposal is usually not considered a very difficult plumbing job and can be completed in a