1. The Top Signs It’s Time To Call Your Local Plumber Part 2

    As a homeowner, you are likely aware of all of the quirks your property possesses. This intimate knowledge of your home can be very useful through the years, but some issues can easily become normal and ignored until a major problem occurs. The last thing you want is to come home to a basement full of water! If your home has a minor problem such as a leaky pipe or slow drain, it may only seem like…Read More

  2. The Top Signs It’s Time To Call Your Local Plumber Part 1

    As a Washington homeowner, you likely have a pretty good idea of how your house operates. Whether it’s that sticky bedroom window that is always giving you a hard time or a clothes dryer that requires extra attention, every home has its own quirks. It is often pretty obvious when major repairs are needed, but when it comes to your home’s plumbing, some issues can be hard to diagnose. Professio…Read More

  3. Winter Care Tips To Avoid Costly Plumbing Repairs

    The winter season is normally a time of holiday cheer, when individuals have the opportunity to catch up with loved ones. While the freezing temperatures may not be a top concern for your holiday party, the pipes running throughout your home may be a different story. The rapid changes in temperature and more frequent use of facilities due to guests staying can create a major strain on your home’…Read More

  4. The Benefits Of Hydro Jetting With Your Local Plumbing Company Part 2

    Sooner or later, the drains in your home will begin to slow down, gradually decreasing in efficiency until it backs up. In other cases, you may find a clog that came on very suddenly. These issues are stressful and time-sensitive, as a clogged drain can lead to backups and a host of other problems. If all of your efforts to rectify the issue fail, it can be wholly beneficial to contact your local …Read More

  5. The Benefits Of Hydro Jetting With Your Local Plumbing Company Part 1

    As modern citizens, we have all dealt with the stresses and woes associated with drain clogs. From your home to your business and everywhere in between, every structure will eventually face a clog in one location or another. When this occurs, many people reach for the plunger. If the plunger is not enough, it is recommended to seek help from your local plumber. Action Jackson Plumbing is proud to …Read More

  6. Garbage Disposal Health

    Dishes are made easier when you can throw food and cooking waste down the drain, flip a switch, and have to deal with it no longer. However, it is very easy to fall victim to this illusion of a garbage disposal solving any and all waste removal issues. Proper usage of a garbage disposal is highly important when it comes to your plumbing. Without proper utilization, not only can the disposal break,…Read More

  7. Key Elements to Proper Plunging Technique

    Your toilet is generally dependable, working as you would expect, but as they say, stuff happens. At some point or another, it is likely that you will have to deal with a clog, and this can feel like a plumbing emergency. While serious clogs will require professional intervention, most minor clogs can be cleared with a plunger. While plungers are pretty self-explanatory, there is some level of tec…Read More

  8. 5 Water-Saving Tips For Your Kitchen

    Conserving water is an important effort we must all join in on for the sake of the environment, but it is also beneficial for your finances. In our previous blog, we went over some ways you can save water in your bathroom. In this blog, we will go over tips for conserving water in the kitchen. Fill your dishwasher Good news if you hate hand-washing dishes: you have an excuse not to now! Hand-washi…Read More

  9. The 5 Most Common Types Of Residential Leaks

    Drip. Drip. Drip. You can hear it when the house is quiet. Something in your house is leaking. Or maybe you can't hear it, but you can feel it when you look at your water bill. Somehow your house is wasting water, and it's costing you big time. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Ten percent of homes have leaks that waste 90 gallons or more per day.” And even worse, “the …Read More

  10. 7 Costly Plumbing Myths

    There are many misconceptions out there about plumbing, and unfortunately, some of them will cost you. It is unclear how these rumors start, but here, we will debunk them for the sake of your plumbing. Myth: Putting a brick in your toilet tank will save water. The issue with this common claim is the brick will deteriorate as time goes on, and this will cause other parts of the toilet to break. As …Read More