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Plumbing vs. Trees: How to Prevent a Problem

By Natalie Chan | 2016-03-13

Mature shade trees can be a beautiful addition to a property, but roots invading your pipes can turn out to be one of the most expensive plumbing problems a homeowner will face. Roots can get into small cracks in old pipes, expanding them as they grow, which can result in a total blockage or collapse of the pipe. Each homeowner is responsible for maintain


5 Steps to Handle An Emergency Plumbing Crisis

By Cameron Smith | 2016-02-22

If you've ever experienced a plumbing emergency, then you will know what it is like to have to find and choose an emergency plumber to help you with your problem as quickly as possible. Maybe your toilet is clogged beyond your ability to plunge it, you've suddenly got a spreading water stain on your ceiling, or you have no water pressure for no explainable


How to Repair A Dripping Kitchen Faucet in 6 Steps

By Anthony Anderson | 2016-02-02

Is your kitchen faucet dripping? Do you know how to fix it? If your single-lever kitchen faucet leaks and the dripping sound drives you crazy, don't call a plumber first: you can do it yourself. As long as you have the proper tools, it will cost you less than $30 and will take you an hour or less, even if you've never done anything like this before. It may