Blog Posts in Plumbing

If you notice a damp spot on your ceiling, it usually signifies a leak. Depending on your home, the source of the leak could be your roof or plumbing in one of the upstairs rooms.

Plumbing leaks often originate in bathrooms—and the chances are good that a water-damaged ceiling is the...Continue Reading

The sewer has invaded your house, and the smell is bad. Whether the sewage backup was caused by a clogged pipe or damage to the sewer line, you need it to be cleaned up as soon as possible. Calling in professionals is the best way to minimize the damage to your property and keep your family safe...Continue Reading

There are suds on the floor and water everywhere. The feeling of coming home to find the washing machine flooded the carpet is one of the worst. Not only are there dangers of electric shock and slipping on the sudsy floor, but after it’s all done, the water damage can continue to harm your home...Continue Reading

Anyone who has a dishwasher knows how it can make cleaning up after meals faster and easier. We load up this modern-day convenience, secure in the knowledge that, not only will our dishes come out clean and sanitized, but we’re also saving water and helping the environment. So, it’s a...Continue Reading

Water heater failures are one of the top five sources of residential water losses. Since most residential tanks hold 40 to 60 gallons of water, when a malfunction occurs, flood damage becomes a harsh reality for homeowners.

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