Bathroom Renovations 101: Running New PipesBathroom Renovations 101: Running New Pipes

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Bathroom Renovations 101: Running New Pipes

When I decided to add a pedestal sink and claw foot tub to my bathroom, I had no idea how much new plumbing I had to run. Since I had never run pipes before, I wasn't sure how to do it properly. I did a lot of research before I started so that I could be sure that I was doing it right. As I was researching, I knew that it would be helpful to have all of the information I found in one place. That was the inspiration for this site. I hope that the plumbing resources help you with your next home improvement project.

Top Tips For Maintaining Your Commercial Plumbing

Owning a business means you'll have a lot of responsibilities. It's vital to make a profit and ensure your company runs as smoothly as possible. This may take a great deal of work and effort on your part to accomplish. The last thing you'll want to do is deal with plumbing issues consistently. It's vital to know the top tips for keeping the plumbing at your business in the best condition. Read More 

Tips For Avoiding Plumbing Leaks

No one should have to deal with plumbing leaks. Leaks can cause water damage, increase water bills, trigger structural damage, and even encourage mold growth. Fortunately, you can take the following measures to reduce the risk of plumbing leaks in your house. Replace Worn Parts Your plumbing system is subject to wear and tear, just like other critical installations in your house. Leakages occur when the wear affects the parts of the system that should prevent leaks. Read More 

3 Common Issues Plumbers Can Resolve For Homeowners

Having plumbing issues with your home is never ideal. They can cause you a lot of stress, especially when you can't troubleshoot the issue yourself. In these times, you'll need to find a plumber. They can fix all sorts of problems that you may not be able to. Leaking Pipes One of the more serious plumbing problems you could experience at some point is leaking pipes. Every time you run water, it may come through and get everywhere. Read More 

How To Know When It’s Time To Have Your Septic Tank Pumped

Your septic tank probably isn't something you give much thought to until issues arise. Recognizing the signs that your tank needs to be pumped and calling a plumber promptly if you notice any of them can help prevent a major problem. Your Sewer Is Backing Up Sewer backup is a surefire sign that your tank has reached capacity. Most of the time, you'll notice other signs that it's time for a pumping before the waste starts backing up into your drains. Read More 

What, Exactly, Is 24-Hour Plumbing? A Detailed View of This Type of Business

When a plumber advertises that he or she does "24-hour plumbing," what exactly does that mean? It can mean one of three things, so how do you know which is which? The only real way you would ever know is if you ask plumbers about their twenty-four-hour business and whether it is any one of the following three types.  Emergency/After-Hours Plumbing Twenty-four-hour plumbing could mean that the plumber provides emergency/after-hours plumbing services. Read More