It happens to everyone from time to time, an old toilet, facet, shower, or other fixture breaks and needs replacing. It’s easy to think of these events as money down the drain, but in all actuality they could save you money. Old plumbing fixtures are often inefficient, built to old standards, and use more water to less effect. Replacing some […]
While every municipality has slightly different codes and regulations, almost all homes with sewer connections must obtain a compliance certificate before they can be sold. And if you are connected to a sanitary sewer, the only way get that certificate is to pass a dye test. The idea is that rainwater runoff can overload a sewer system so no outdoor […]
This has been a tough year for storm water and drainage issues. It seems like things that have never flooded are flooding and some areas never seem to dry out. When areas of your yard are a perpetual puddle it can cause all sorts of issues ranging from an inconvenience to safety or health hazard to breaching municipal code. This […]
As you can imagine, we get a lot of calls from people fix things that have broken or gone wrong. Sometimes there is no way around it and plumbing systems just wear out. But sometimes the problems can be prevented or diagnosed early before a major issue occurs.