Posts in the Plumbing Category

Water Treatment Importance in Houston

With an ever-expanding industrial economy, Houston is seeing a boom in migration from across the country and across the world. People are flocking here to seek out new opportunities. However, the enormous number of people, combined with an increase in industry, and of course our regular flooding occurrences, all have enormous impacts on the quality […]

How To Fix A Slab Leak

Fixing Slab Leak For Houston Homeowners A potential leak causes problems ranging from severe water damage to humidity problems inside your house, and more. It’s crucial to get a slab repair or foundation repair contractor on the job as soon as possible to limit costly damages.

Fixing Jammed Garbage Disposal

Fixing Garbage Disposal For Houston Homeowners If the garbage disposal doesn’t do anything—meaning it doesn’t even hum or make a sound—the problem is likely to be that it isn’t receiving power. Look for a reset button on the underside of the disposal and press this button. That may be all that’s needed to get it […]

How To Remodel A Small Bathroom

Remodeling Small Bathroom For Houston Homeowners We’ll walk you through the steps for getting more natural light in your shower, replacing your dingy old bathtub with a spacious shower, and installing a toilet and sink that simplify cleaning. So stop dealing with an outdated bathroom and get to work!

The Flint Water Problem, Part I: How It Happened

The water problems began when the city of Flint, Michigan found itself in a budget crisis. In 2014, the state of Michigan decided to temporarily change the city’s water source from Lake Huron to the Flint River as a cost-saving measure until a new supply line to Lake Huron was ready. The Flint River has […]

The Flint Water Problem Part II: Jumping In And Helping Out

Lead poisoning is dangerous for anyone. Lead in the water system in Flint. Michigan once again made headlines. Experts say that water treatment would have prevented 90% of the problems with Flint’s water. The Safe Drinking Water Act, enacted in 1986, required the Environmental Protection Agency to set standards for the concentration of lead in […]

The Flint Water Problem Part III: Protecting Your Water Quality

The Safe Drinking Water Act, enacted in 1986, required the Environmental Protection Agency to set standards for the concentration of lead in public pipes and pushing for “lead-free” water systems. But, lead is everywhere. Lead enters our bodies from drinking water, as well as dust, soil and air. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) […]

Tankless Water Heaters: The Pros and Cons

Trying to get ready for work and getting a cold shower because someone else used all the hot water is a really bad way to start your day. It takes a long time for the tank heat a tank of water. And, once it’s heated, the water cools and it’s re-heated several times a day. […]

Best Water Heating & Treatment Options for Your Home

In the United States, we are fortunate to have clean water, but it could be a lot cleaner.  Municipal water treatment circulates water through sand beds to remove visible particles and then chlorine and/or ammonia is added to kill bacteria. Our water treatment facilities were not designed to take out synthetic organic chemicals and toxic […]

Choosing The Right Emergency Plumbing Company

The Emergency Plumbing Company In Houston Emergency plumbers can help us a lot. There are many things that they can offer. There are many benefits and advantages that they can give. Hiring emergency plumbers can also help you with your utility bills. If you have noticed your utility bill rise suddenly, then you might need […]