Category: Plumbing

Problem with Pests? It Could Be Your Plumbing! »

Pests have quite the reputation of causing health as well as property damage. While most owners may not be aware of the correlation, plumbing and pests are most commonly intertwined. So the next time you see a sudden rise in pests around your house, make sure you contact a professional plumber to check out your home […]

Pipelines 101: Which Pipes Are Best For Your Home? »

If you’re undergoing a reconstruction for your home, it’s time to focus your attention to the most important aspects: the pipes. During renovations, the thought is more often than not, based on the aesthetics of the house rather than the efficiency of the products being used.

What Causes Low Water Pressure? »

Water pressure. When it’s right, you typically don’t give it a second thought. When it slows down – and stays slow – you seek answers and a workable solution. Let’s say, for example, that you can’t effectively wash your dishes while a family member is taking a shower because the water pressure is too weak.  […]

Why Should You Only Hire a Plumbing Service Instead of Trying to Cut Corners? »

Your home plumbing is never easy to handle but there’s also a lot of DIYs that people tend to try out. After all, what’s there to plumbing than simple leaks and clogs, right? You couldn’t be more wrong!

The importance of installing every plumbing fixture to perfection! »

Plumbing fixtures are one of the most important elements present in every home and each fixture is connected to the main plumbing membrane.

Infographic-4 Things Everyone Should Know About Their Home’s Plumbing »

Read what are the 4 things everyone should know about their home’s plumbing.

How to Maintain Your Sump Pump »

Here in Southern Maryland we get pretty consistent amounts of precipitation all year long. Take Germantown, for example. May (as you might expect) has the highest average monthly rainfall at 4.44 inches. The lowest of the year?  February, with 2.81 inches. That’s the good news. But with average monthly precipitation exceeding 3”, what happens when […]

Easy Short Steps For Removing And Preventing Limescale »

Limscale is a form of calcium carbonate that leaves behind a chalky white film on fixtures such as faucets and appliances such as kettles.

5 Most Common Summer Plumbing Problems »

Dangers of Backflow Plumbing »

Backflow is a term used in the plumbing industry that is used to describe situations when an unwanted flow of water starts flowing in the wrong direction.