Five Common Issues With Gas Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters work well and typically save you money, but they aren't maintenance-free. Know the common issues that can affect a gas tankless water heater so you can recognize problems as they occur. 1. Dirty Burners A tankless heater has a burner that sits below the water lines. The burner ignites when hot water is necessary, then it heats the water as it flows through the supply lines and to your tap. Read More 

Common Plumbing Emergencies and How to Deal With Them

As a homeowner, fewer things are more frustrating than plumbing emergencies. A home needs proper plumbing to function properly. When you have a plumbing emergency, you need to know how to react. Although some plumbing emergencies require a plumber, there are some issues you can resolve yourself. The following are examples of common plumbing emergencies and what you need to do to resolve them as quickly as possible. Clogged and Overflowing Toilets Read More 

Garbage Disposal Repair, Water Heater Replacement, And The Top Plumbing Services

What are the top reasons to contact a plumber? Take a look at what you need to know about garage disposal repair, water heater replacement, and the other culprits behind a call to the plumbing contractor. Garbage Disposal Services Is your garbage disposal on the fritz? Whether it won't turn on, backs up, or makes loud noises, this kitchen appliance needs professional help. If you're tempted to try a do-it-yourself fix, think again — even if you think the repair is simple enough to complete without assistance. Read More 

Four Ways To Keep Tree Root From Growing In Your Main Drain Line

Your main drain line connects the drains in your home to the main municipal sewer system. Tree roots can obstruct the line, causing sewage to back up into your home. The following can help prevent root incursion so your drain empties easily. 1. Remove Problem Trees The most obvious and effective way to stop tree root incursion in your drain line is to have no trees growing near the line. The closer the tree is to the sewer line, the more likely that its roots will pose a problem. Read More 

Pipes Frozen? How It Happens And What To Do

It's that time of year again. Hot cocoa, cozy fires, and frozen pipes. If you, like most, would prefer to make it through this winter without a big mess in your home from a frozen pipe, read below to find out why frozen pipes happen and how you can prevent them from happening to your home. It's About to Blow Your plumbing pipes are not normally under pressure, and that is the way it should be. Read More