6 Great Things Your Can Do for Your Plumbing

Monday, April 26th, 2021

checkmark-greenHomeowners don’t often think of “preventive plumbing” for their homes. Usually, the only major planning people do for their plumbing is to avoid pipe freeze during winter. That’s not something we need to worry about here in Arizona. But there are several preventive measures you can take to stop problems, large and small, in the future. We’ll go over six of them below.


These Plumbing Products Will Make Your Home Unstoppable

Monday, December 10th, 2018

handsome-plumbing-technician-comes-to-your-rescueWhen floods and plumbing accidents threaten your home, you’re at the mercy of nature and fate. There’s nothing you can do except hope that the right combination of luck and prayer keeps your home from taking on too much damage…

But is that really true? Isn’t there something that can be done to protect your home?

Actually, there are a few simple plumbing products that can make all the difference. After installing these three plumbing products, your home will become unstoppable. Keep reading and we’ll be happy to explain.


Worried about Leaks? An Automatic Shut-Off Valve Can Help

Monday, February 19th, 2018

ruptured-pipeLeaks are a common problem in any home, and sooner or later your plumbing system is going to develop one. That process can be accelerated by factors such as hard water – the presence of minerals such as calcium and magnesium in your water – which is very common in our neck of the woods. (Hard water is harmless to drink, but can lead to the corrosion of plumbing pipes and cause leaks over time.) It’s one thing if you spot the signs of a leak early, such as noticing when water comes spilling across your bathroom floor. But most of the pipes in your home lie hidden under the floors or behind walls, and a seemingly minor leak can go for weeks or even months without being detected. In that time, they can cause considerable damage. (more…)

Plumbing Upgrades You Should Consider for Your Home

Monday, May 29th, 2017

water-handsWhen most people think of plumbing, they imagine kitchen sinks and showers and the appliances that they make use of every day. Those are not the only important parts of your plumbing system, though. There are many different parts that contribute to a residential plumbing system running smoothly, some of which are more vital than others. There are also many optional upgrades, though, that can help quite a bit in various ways. If you’re looking for a way to improve your plumbing system’s function, consider installing these upgrades. (more…)

How Automatic Shut Off Valves Work, and Why You Should Have One

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

flooded-living-roomHave you ever had a pipe rupture in your home? It’s not fun, to say the least. Suddenly being confronted with a deluge of water pouring from behind your wall, or bubbling up through the floor, can be pretty disastrous. Even a small amount of water damage from something like this (and the damage for these kinds of issues tends to be anything but minor) can cost thousands of dollars to repair. If at all possible, you should take action to prevent this from happening in the first place. One of the best ways to do that is by installing an automatic shutoff valve in your home. (more…)

Why It’s a Good Idea to Have an Automatic Shutoff Valve

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Plumbing problems are a pretty serious threat when it comes to potentially damaging your home. Most of the potential for harm to the surrounding area comes from water damage, which can easily cost thousands of dollars to repair. There are ways to mitigate water damage, of course. One of the first things you should do if you notice a serious leak or rupture is turn off the flow of water into your home. However, there are some issues with that method of damage control. Read on for more information about the benefits of installing an automatic shutoff valve. (more…)

Why You Should Install an Automatic Shutoff Valve for Your Plumbing

Monday, June 1st, 2015

There are a wide variety of plumbing problems, some worse than others. One of the absolute worst, though, is a ruptured pipe. Having a pipe burst on you can cause hundreds or even thousands of water damage, as water pours into the surrounding area. These are never pleasant to experience, and they’re stressful enough without you running all over the place trying to shut off the water. That’s why you should install an automatic shutoff valve. Read on to find out more about automatic shutoff valves, and the benefits of installing one. (more…)