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What Your Need to Know About Sewer & Drain Inspections

Posted on: Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Sewers and drain lines are an integral part of your home’s plumbing system, providing you with the ability to safely remove waste from the home. This may be human waste, such as from the toilet, or it may be waste water from bathing, washing hands, cooking and other related activities. This waste water washes down […]

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10 Things To Never Put Down A Garbage Disposal

Posted on: Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Our relationships with garbage disposals are somewhat abusive. We only talk (angrily) to them when they are not happily taking all the garbage we dish out, we keep feeding them all the things that we won’t eat ourselves and if that isn’t bad enough, they have to listen to our bad singing while we wash […]

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5 Ways to Save Water in 2016

Posted on: Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Anyone interested in conservation or green living would easily agree on one fact: water is one of the top resources to be conserved. Besides conservation, using less water can also save you quite a bit of money. Here’s five ways to save water this year. Stop Throwing it Away The most important key to conserving […]

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5 Plumbing Resolutions for the New Year

Posted on: Monday, January 4, 2016

The plumbing system is one of the most important aspects of residential and commercial properties and improves the functionality of the space. Unfortunately, there can be a number of problems that develop over time due to a lack of care and maintenance that is provided. For those who want to protect their plumbing system from […]

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Plumbing Tips to Avoid a Holiday Emergency

Posted on: Thursday, December 10, 2015

‘Tis the season to be jolly. So, don’t let your holiday plans go awry with a plumbing mishap. After all, what could be worse than being stuck in the bathroom trying to fix a clogged drain with only minutes to spare before your holiday guests arrive? It happens more often than you think. Something about […]

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Know the Condition of Your Water & Gas Shut Off Valves

Posted on: Monday, December 7, 2015

Every homeowner will have a plumbing problem eventually. It is not a matter of if there will be a plumbing problem, but when will the plumbing problem occur. In the same manner that other equipment breaks down in the home or various functions do not operate properly, plumbing will not always work in the proper […]

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Taking Care of Your Hot Water Heater Problems in Salinas

Posted on: Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Don’t Get Yourself in Hot Water by Neglecting Your Indoor Plumbing You don’t want to get yourself in hot water financially by neglecting to maintain what is usually the most expensive component of your house’s indoor plumbing – your water heater. To make sure you always have a consistent stream of hot, steamy and clean […]

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Prevent Frozen Pipes

Avoid Frozen Pipes In Your Home During Winter

Posted on: Wednesday, November 11, 2015

During the winter months, homeowners who live in cold areas must face the possibility of having frozen water pipes. This is not a pleasant situation, and thankfully, it is one that can be avoided. There are some precautions that can be taken to avoid the trouble of having a frozen water pipe during winter.

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Pumpkin plumbing problems

Halloween Plumbing Scares

Posted on: Monday, October 26, 2015

Halloween is on it’s way! In the weeks before it’s arrival, there’s many fun activities to do, like carving pumpkins! Be warned: pumpkins and plumbing do not mix. Ever. Everyone carves pumpkins at least once in their lifetime. Some people throw their pumpkin guts into a bowl for disposal in the trash. Others put it […]

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Fall Plumbing Checklist

Stress-Preventing Fall Plumbing Checklist

Posted on: Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Plumbing is one of the most important aspects of owning a home. In the California climate, there are many different issues that plumbing systems can face during the course of the year. It is important for homeowners to understand how to prevent different issues before they start. Preventative maintenance is one of the best ways […]

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