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When Was The Last Time Your Home Had a Boiler Water Treatment?

Category: Land & Property | Published: May 20, 2020

Most people don't know what a boiler water treatment is, but like every other part of your home, boilers need to be treated too. Every plumbing aspect of your home does, and here's why.

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Does Your Home Have a Slab Leak? Here's How to Tell!

Category: Land & Property | Published: April 25, 2020

Your home’s plumbing system is a complex series of pipes and fixtures that all make your life convenient. While most homeowners can detect common problems, slab leaks are a mystery to most.

Top Tips to Find Quality Services When Searching "Plumber Near Me"

Category: Land & Property | Published: March 24, 2020

These three details can provide valuable information to help a homeowner choose a reliable plumbing contractor. They go beyond simply searching for a plumber near you.

Fast Facts About Clogged Toilets

Category: Land & Property | Published: February 24, 2020

Did you know it’s possible to never get clogged toilets in Abington again? Sound like a myth? It’s not! Clogged toilets are believed to be commonplace for most households, but here's how!

Did You Know That Liquid Cleaner Causes Garbage Disposal Damage?

Category: Land & Property | Published: January 22, 2020

While it may be tempting to reach for the liquid drain cleaner, avoid this quick fix! Liquid drain cleaner can cause problems for your garbage disposal, and even your health.

Ever Wondered Why Your Washing Machine Has a Foul Smell?

Category: Land & Property | Published: December 23, 2019

It may sound like a rather awkward thing to discuss but rest assured, you are not alone. Odd odors coming from the washing machine are a more common problem than people think.

The Reason That is Causing Your Home's Water to Look Yellow

Category: Land & Property | Published: November 23, 2019

Finding extra cash in a wallet is a very pleasant surprise. But on the other hand, turning on the faucet and seeing yellow water run down into the drain is a not so pleasant surprise.

Autumn's Falling Leaves Are a Good Reason For Sewer Cleaning

Category: Land & Property | Published: October 18, 2019

As the end of the year looms in the distance, the cycle of life once again takes its toll. This year's foliage will begin to fall to the ground potentially clogging sewer grates.

Hose Care Is House Care

Hose Care Is House Care Garden hoses are the unsung heroes of the yard. They are both utility and recreation - able to fill pools for summer fun and help grow bountiful vegetable gardens. Have you ever stopped to think that your garden hose may need a bit of TLC? It is used for many


Piping System Differences: Copper Pipes vs. Plastic Pipes

Piping System Differences: Copper Pipes vs. Plastic Pipes You’ll never guess how often the question is asked about the difference between copper water pipes and plastic water pipes - all the time! When you research this, it’s easy to become more confused as there’s a lot of information available. You’ve come to the right place


Water Filters Make Lemonade Better

Water Filters Make Lemonade Better Lemonade is perhaps the beverage most synonymous with summer and cooling off in the hot afternoon heat. Most of us probably have wonderful summer memories of sharing a glass of cool lemonade with friends, family, or maybe even selling refreshing lemonade from a homemade stand to our neighbors and friends.


Tips to Help DIY Dads Avoid Plumbing Fails

Tips to Help DIY Dads Avoid Plumbing Fails Father's Day is the perfect day to reflect upon and appreciate the impact that great dads or father figures have made in so many of our lives. It’s hard to quantify the amount of good advice, support, and protection that dads provide over the years. Plus, sometimes


Cold Showers Anyone?

Cold Showers Anyone? In today’s world, we fully understand the importance of having electricity or a reliable internet connection at home. However, many people fail to fully appreciate the luxury and necessity that hot water has become in our lives. Imagine our morning showers in cold, frigid temperatures. For most people, that’s the last thing