Everyone dreads taking a shower with low water pressure, but water pressure that is too high can also be a problem. The ideal water pressure is between 45 and 55 pounds per square inch (PSI), anything over 60 PSI is considered excessive pressure. So why is high water pressure bad? How can you tell if… Read More


You know the warning signs. You turn on your water and the sink takes a little longer to drain, then water starts pooling up, and before you know it you’ve got a clogged drain on your hands. It may be tempting to reach for that big bottle of thick liquid with lots of chemicals to… Read More


When’s the last time you checked your water heater? If you’re like most homeowners, you probably take your water heater for granted, like when you wash dishes or take a hot shower and don’t think to get regular maintenance. Most of us don’t notice anything wrong with our water heater until there’s nothing but cold… Read More


Water is one of the most destructive and costly forces that can cause damage to your home and unfortunately, plumbing problems seem to be among the most common problems to occur. But before you call a plumber to come out and fix it, check out these simple repairs that you can handle on your own!… Read More


Your plumbing can be susceptible to unique issues during the summer months due to excessive use or other factors. No one wants to have a plumbing emergency any time of year. Here are some of the most common summertime plumbing issues and how to avoid them at your home. Underground Plumbing Pipe Damage During the… Read More