Don’t Forget Your Drain During Spring Cleaning
Planning a bit of spring cleaning in the coming weeks? Don’t forget about the drains! As the entry point for your home’s plumbing, they’re frequently used but often overlooked. We’ll discuss why you should take the time for drain cleaning and how to clean several common ones. Why Should Spring Cleaning Involve Drains The drains…Read More
Is It Safe to Drink Hard Water?
Although it’s more than annoying at times, hard water is prevalent in homes across the country. But, it’s perfectly safe for humans and pets to drink. Here we’ll go over what hard water is, why it’s viewed as a problem, the health benefits it provides, and how it affects your home’s plumbing system. What is…Read More
My Water Heater is Getting too Hot
Hot water makes life more comfortable, but screaming hot water coming from the tap or shower can be dangerous. We’ll discuss reasons for the excessively hot water and how to change the temperature on your style of water heater. If The Water is Too Hot, Does This Mean I Need to Replace the Water Heater?…Read More
Extend the Life of Your Water Heater with These 5 Easy Tips
While there are different ways to extend the life of your water heater (regular water heater flushes are a must!), here are five simple tips to help extend the life of your water heater.Read More
What Type of Toilet Paper Should You Be Using?
The good news is that you can work to prevent clogs with toilet paper! Yes, toilet paper. We’ll share what type of toilet paper is best for your pipes.Read More
Be Prepared with These Essential Plumbing Tools
You might be able to fix a leaky sink or broken shower without calling a plumber. But if you don’t have the right equipment, it just can’t be done well, if at all. So, here are the most essential plumbing tools every homeowner’s toolbox should have. Plungers This is a must-have DIY plumbing tool for…Read More
Why Are Plumbing Codes Important?
Plumbing codes regulate everything from the depth of your piping to the type of traps that should be used. They also give other information, such as the pipe sizing and soil stack requirements.Read More
Why Are Tree Roots in the Sewer Line?
Your sewer line is one of the most important parts of your plumbing system. We put a lot of trust in our sewer lines, and often don’t consider what would happen until it’s too late. One of the most common issues we see with sewer lines are tree roots. Not just tree roots growing around…Read More
When Should I Consider Repiping?
Water leaks can be a big issue for Los Angeles homeowners. While small leaks are common and easy to fix, bigger problems can lead to major headaches. If you’re experiencing ongoing plumbing problems or thinking about a remodel, it may be time to repipe your home. Find out all you need to know about repiping,…Read More
When Would I Need Hydro Jetting?
Dealing with clogs, slow drains, and unpleasant plumbing odors is an unfortunate part of being a homeowner. It’s inevitable that at some point, you will deal with plumbing problems, and they can be costly to correct. It’s best to treat plumbing problems early on to prevent major issues from creeping up down the line, and…Read More