Signs You May Need Slab Leak Repair

Posted on: 1 February 2023

A slab leak can be extremely damaging to the foundation of your home. If you suspect that you will have a slab leak but you're not quite sure, here are some telltale signs that will confirm whether or not there is damage.  Once you spot these signs you need to deal with them quickly. Water leaking from underground can damage the floor and even the furnishings in your home. Here's a closer look at how you can spot a slab leak. [Read More]

Facts To Know When Upgrading Your Water Heater

Posted on: 26 January 2023

A home's water heater is a central part of the plumbing system. Due to the central role that it plays in your home's plumbing system, there are several key facts that you will want to know about this part of your home.  Increasing The Capacity Of Your Water Heater Will Not Always Require A Larger System When you are looking at your options to upgrade the water heater, you may be focused on increasing the amount of hot water that is available from the system. [Read More]

Ways Your Plumber Can Use Under Slab Leak Detection Equipment To Find A Leaky Pipe

Posted on: 19 January 2023

You may not realize it, but if your home is built on a slab foundation, your plumbing pipes are probably underneath the slab. Pipes can last under a slab for decades, but when the pipes get old, a pipe might crack or develop a hole from corrosion, and then you'll have a slab leak. Leaky pipes under a slab are a problem since they're hidden and difficult to reach to make repairs. [Read More]

2 Possible Reasons Why Your Home Has Low Water Pressure

Posted on: 11 January 2023

Lately, you may have noticed that the pressure of the water coming out of your home's faucets has steadily started to decrease. After ruling out the possibility of a water leak, you may be wondering what could be causing the issue. When your water pressure is low, first ask your neighbors if theirs are as well to rule out an external problem. If no one else is experiencing the problem, there are a couple of possible reasons why your home has low water pressure, both of which require the attention of a plumbing professional to remedy. [Read More]