1. The Full Dangers Of Old Pipes In Your Home Plumbing System Part 2

    Owning an older home can provide you with a variety of benefits. Many homeowners love the character and history of their properties, yet some are unaware of the risks associated with older plumbing. Old, corroding pipes can create an unwanted situation where your home and your family’s health are at risk. Aging homes will eventually need to undergo water and sewer inspections to ensure that your…Read More

  2. Explaining The Solutions For Concrete In Residential And Commercial Plumbing

    The drains in your home or business rely on cleanliness to avoid any dangerous obstructions. The pipes beneath these spots transport waste away from your facility. One unfortunate situation that can develop from a range of causes occurs when concrete or grout makes its way into your drains. Allowing materials like concrete to set in your sewer lines can result in backups, flooding, and costly repa…Read More

  3. Looking At Items That Should Not Be Flushed Part 2

    When it comes to the porcelain throne adorning the bathroom, many residents simply take the convenience and sanitation for granted. While the toilet and its sewer lines are built to provide service for years with little maintenance, the act of flushing improper items down can create a plethora of problems. When you’re in need of emergency plumbing services, it's important to find a reputable plu…Read More

  4. How to Stop Your Toilet From Running

    Is your toilet running? Then you better go catch it! All jokes aside, if you find that after your flush your toilet, the water doesn’t stop running, it needs to be promptly addressed. A running toilet isn’t only noisy; it is also wasting gallons of water. Fortunately, fixing a running toilet is actually a rather simple repair that doesn’t usually require a professional plumbing company. STEP…Read More

  5. 5 Water-Saving Tips For Your Bathroom

    When you make an effort to conserve water, it’s good not only for your wallet, but for the environment. Therefore, it is important that we all do our part to reduce our water use. Fortunately, there are simple steps you can take to conserve more water in your home. The rooms that are most relevant to your efforts are your bathroom and kitchen. In this blog, we will focus on water-saving tips for…Read More

  6. Easy Plumbing Tips for Business Owners

    As a business owner, you probably always have too much to do. So if something isn’t causing you any problems right now, sometimes it isn’t worth thinking about. But, in an effort to help business owners cut down on costs associated with their plumbing, here are a few tips to help you save on your plumbing costs. Check for Leaks In one of our earlier entries, we discussed just how much water yo…Read More

  7. 4 Types Of Water Heaters Ranked By Energy Efficiency

    There's nothing worse than waking up for work on a cold Washington morning, and jumping into a freezing shower. You double check the faucets just in case you twisted the wrong one in your sleepy morning haze, but no, they’re fine. It’s your ancient water heater that’s finally gone on the fritz. It’s pretty hard to continue on with your life without access to hot running water, so you’ll …Read More

  8. 6 Common Plumbing Mistakes

    As the premier plumbing company in Edmonds, WA, we have seen it all. From clogged garbage disposals to cracked toilets, we have seen all sorts of plumbing mistakes, and happily fixed them efficiently and effectively. However, there are certain common plumbing mistakes we see that you should be aware of to save you the hassle of having a problem with your plumbing. Overworking the garbage disposal …Read More