Common Causes of Low Water Pressure
Common Causes of Low Water Pressure At the end of a long day of work, you’d probably like to kick back and relax in your home. The last thing you’re looking for is another problem to deal with. But low water pressure is a common nuisance for many homeowners. Whether you’re cleaning the dishes, taking a shower, or washing your hands — low water pressure can make the task difficult…Read More
Plumbing Tips: How to Save Water This Summer
We all make an effort to save water. But it can be hard – especially in the summer. Here tips to help you save water this summer – and decrease your water bill. Make sure garden hoses are turned off when not in use Kids love hoses when it’s hot – and they get heavy…Read More
Plumbing Tips and Prevention: Be a Leak Detective
Three things you can do to detect water leaks. Here’s a simple checklist that can pay significant benefits when it comes to tracking down pesky leaks. Review your water bill Check your water usage compared to the previous month to see if there’s been a significant change. If you cannot pinpoint a reason this might…Read More
Plumbing Tips and Prevention: Why Is My Water Bill so High?
When the weather warms up, we tend to use more water. Hotter weather. More showers. More watering in the yard. According to the EPA, household leaks – on average – can account for more than 10,000 gallons of water a year. They also cite that in ten percent of homes, there are leaks that waste…Read More
Is It Time To Replace Your Water Heater?
A water heater can last 8 to 12 years, sometimes more depending on the manufacturer. So what are some of the things you can do to prevent a water heater leak? Here are a few things you can do: Check the connections into and out of the water heater for corrosion or wear and tear.…Read More