1. Hydro Jetting

    “Hydro Jetting” What is hydro jetting? Hydro jetting is a safe and efficient way to clear clogged drains and sewer lines. Hydro jet cleaning is a method of cleaning with high pressure streams of water to remove build up and debris in tanks and lines. Using chemical drain cleaners is not safe and…Read More

  2. Winterizing

    Why should you winterize your home and irrigation system? The answer is, to save money. Winter can be brutal on plumbing, especially on irrigation systems. When the temperature drops below 32 degrees water can freeze in pipes. Frozen water in pipes can expand causing the pipe to burst, which could l…Read More

  3. Wasted Water

    Do you know how much water you are wasting in your home? About 95% of clean drinkable water entering our home goes down the drain. Running the tap while brushing your teeth can waste four gallons of water. Americans now use 127% more water than we did in 1950. Older water closets can use three gallo…Read More

  4. Dye Test

    Is Your Toilet Wasting Water? Do the Dye Test! Leaking toilets are the biggest culprit when it comes to wasting water. Silent leaks (leaks you normally can not hear) will waste upwards of 30-500 gallons of water every day. The scary part is your toilet can be leaking without showing any signs of a l…Read More

  5. 7 Famous Plumbers You Never Knew About

    Whether they were famous for their incredible musical talent, acting talent, their genius, or for their dangerous and reckless behavior, they were plumbers. Some of the world’s most influential people have fixed pipes, worked in sewers, unclogged drains and may have even stepped foot in your house…Read More