Most people/homeowners do not know if they have one installed or not and what the real purpose is for. The purpose of all of this is to prevent potential cross contamination or cross connection. This is a connection that has the potential physical connection between the water supply and any non-potable fluid, solid or gas…. Read more »
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It is every homeowner’s nightmare. You come home from vacation or a long day at work to find a flood in your house! A pipe has broken or a waterline in your home as blown, letting water run freely at normal pressure. You might think it was due to an old or faulty plumbing fixture… Read more »
Thawing a frozen water pipe quickly is important. However, it is just as important to thaw the frozen pipe correctly. Here are tips to follow to help you get the water flowing and to help you avoid a burst pipe and potentially damaging flood at your property. Locate the Frozen Pipe: In order to thaw… Read more »
An average human being spends 1 hour and 42 minutes, a week on the toilet! That is roughly 92 days over a lifetime. As funny as it may sound, it is, after all, an important daily ritual. If you are looking for a new toilet and wondering how to pick one of the right heights… Read more »
Clogged drains are a common plumbing problem in most households and in many cases can be solved without the need of a technician. Learning to clear a clog with a plunger is quite easy. Plus, plungers are both inexpensive and easy to use. There are numerous types of plungers; each designed to be used on… Read more »