Higher Water Bill? Look for These Plumbing Issues!

It can be alarming to open up a water bill and find that it is much higher than usual. Although increased seasonal usage or rising rates could be the culprit, the problem often lies somewhere in your plumbing system. The following are some common causes of increased water use. Toilet Issues Toilets can waste water for a couple of reasons. Issues with the flushing and filling mechanisms can lead to the slow leak of the constantly running toilet. Read More 

Common Reasons For Well Pump Failures

The well pump that moves the water from your well to your house can wear or fail. Some common things can cause a failure of the well pump, but many can be remedied so that the well and the well pump continue to be viable for many years. Pump Age One of the most common reasons a well pump stops working is the age of the pump. A submersible well pump typically lasts about 15 years in a perfect situation. Read More 

3 Times You Need To Call In An Emergency Plumber

There are lots of plumbing emergencies that the average homeowner can handle on their own. However, there are some plumbing emergencies that are just so complicated, messy, or unsafe that you need to call in an emergency plumber. An emergency plumber is one that will get there as quickly as possible, no matter the time or the day of the week, to help you with your plumbing emergency. A Pipe Burst in Your Home Read More 

Repairing Three Common Issues Your Water Heater Might Encounter

A modern water heater will typically be among the most reliable appliances in a home. However, individuals will still find that these devices can suffer damages that will have to be remedied if the home is to remain supplied with a source of hot water. Luckily, it can be possible to prepare yourself ahead of time for some of the more serious and even devastating problems your water heater could encounter. Read More 

Plumbers Offer Preventative Services You Might Not Know About

When do you call a plumber? If you're like most people, most if not all of the calls you've ever made to a plumber have been because something is going wrong. Your toilet is overflowing, or there's no water coming through your pipes. Surely, plumbers are there to provide these services. But did you know they also provide preventative maintenance services, including the following? 1. Flushing hot water heaters. Hot water heaters' performance tends to decline as they age, but part of this is simply due to the buildup of sediment in the bottom of the tank. Read More