Exposed Plumbing

Exposed Plumbing

It’s ok to be exposed …just a note to our homeowners who are remodeling… take pictures of your exposed pipes so if there is ever a problem your plumber has “eyes” and can better access the situation

Know The Clean Outs

Know The Clean Outs

Know The Clean-outs Make sure you know where all of your clean-outs (the access to the sewer line) are located. If you are unsure of their location or do not have them, dont worry! We are here to help!

It Fell Apart

It Fell Apart

Corroded Sewer Lines This is what a corroded sewer line looks like. It fell apart as we lifted it out of the ground. If you are having frequent stoppages and/or clogs, call us for a FREE camera inspection when you schedule a stoppage. Sewer repairs and replacements is one of our specialties!

What’s the Right Temperature?

What’s the Right Temperature?

What’s the Right Temperature? Check the temperature setting on your water heater. It should be set no higher than 120°F to prevent scalding and reduce energy use. Here in Texas you don’t need as much energy to heat your water heater in the summer since its so hot. Also, spring is a good time to

Stop! What’s That Smell?

Stop! What’s That Smell?

Smelly Pipes This time of year we get many phone calls about “smelly pipes”. Try pouring a gallon of water down each pipe with 1 part vinegar and 3 parts water. This will fill the trap and help prevent odors from entering the house. Slow drains should be snaked to ensure they will carry away

Where to Spend Your Money

Where to Spend Your Money

Where to Spend The Money to Update Bathrooms & Kitchens are where they typically recommend spending money should you be looking to “update” your home. Here are a few things you can do on a relatively small budget; no construction needed! Clean the grout Change out your toilets New Faucets New Handles/Knobs New Towels Add