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Plumbing Tips to Help You Save Water

It’s every property owner’s dream to lower their utility bill, and this can only be done if you know how to conserve water and electricity. For water-saving, aside from cutting down daily usage, you  can avoid water wastage by familiarizing yourself with... read more

How To Treat Your Garbage Disposal Properly

If you are in the habit of sending everything left on your plates into the sink and the garbage disposal, you may want to reconsider. It is a very helpful appliance but it is not a ‘catch all’ designed to make clean up easier. The purpose of the garbage disposal is to... read more

Tankless or Traditional? Which Water Heater is Right For You?

When it’s time to replace your water heater you’ll need to make a decision – replace it with another traditional style water heater or switch to a tankless system. So which one is the better choice? Like any major purchase decision, you’ll need to weigh the... read more

Who Is Responsible For Repairs When Your Sewer Backs Up?

Who gets the bill for sewer repairs? When it comes to typical plumbing issues, the responsible party is almost always the homeowner. Water flows into your home from the local utility so any failure is almost always after the water gets to your home.  Your sewer system... read more

The Problem With Tree Roots And Clay Pipes

The Nemesis of Sewer and Drain Pipes: Tree Roots Tree roots are the nemesis of sewer and drain pipes in the Puget Sound area. – especially those installed from the early 1900’s through the 1970’s. The Puget Sound area is full of trees and other greenery creating more... read more

How to Get Quality Plumbing Services at a Fair Price

Getting Quality Plumbing Services Done at a Fair Price Depending on the report you check, the plumbing industry always seem to be at the top of the list for customer complaints. It can be hard to find a plumbing company you can trust. It can be hard for the average... read more

How to Perform a Leak Detection Test

Leak Detection Test Here are our leak detection instructions on how to check your meter to determine if you have one in your water system and, if you do, to isolate whether it is inside or outside your home. This test should be conducted for a 30 minute period, during... read more

The 4 Common Causes For Clogged Drains

Know the causes for clogged drains   Root Damage: Tree roots growing into the joints or cracks of old sewer pipes in search of the water and nutrients that the sewer pipes carry is one primary cause of root damage. Concrete or clay pipes installed... read more