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Top 5 Surprising Facts About Used Cooking Oil Disposal

Commercial properties recycle approximately 4.4 billion pounds of cooking oil each year. This doesn’t include the amount of oil that is simply disposed of, either down the drain or in the trash! This large volume can have many advantages for our earth and our economy. Here are five facts about the benefits of proper used […]

Is High Water Pressure Bad for Residential Plumbing?

We all know the pains of having low water pressure. It’s nearly impossible to get all the shampoo out of your hair when your shower head is barely trickling. The washing machine takes forever to fill up and continue the cycle. Although this is an annoyance that you can definitely fix, you want to be […]

5 Warning Signs Your Commercial Water Heater Needs Repairs

Your commercial water heater is vital to the health and happiness of your tenants, employees, and guests. Keeping up with maintenance is the best way to avoid needing water heater repair. However, issues are inevitable and it’s important to know when to call for commercial plumbing service.   First of All, Don’t Skip Maintenance Due […]

Residential Plumbing FAQs: The Importance of Sewer Pipes

You might not give much thought to the hidden ways in which your home works. Of course, it’s much more fun to focus on the aesthetics like paint color and kitchen cabinets. But your home’s sewer pipes are highly important to the functionality of your home. Here’s what you need to know about residential plumbing […]

Which Toilet Paper Alternatives are Safe to Flush?

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, many people were stocking up on toilet paper. This left many others without any TP at all and looking for other alternatives. Although plenty are available, the sad truth is that none of them are flushable. Here’s what you need to know to ensure your […]

Residential Plumbing 101: Is My Tap Water Safe to Drink?

Clean water is a necessity. But what happens when residential plumbing problems occur, causing your tap water to become contaminated? The answer – not good. Most homes across the country have access to reliable, clean drinking water from the tap and it should come as no surprise that this type of convenience has greatly benefited […]