1. Why You Should Hire A Professional For Plumbing Needs

    When it comes to your plumbing, you may have a plethora of questions. Specifically, one of your first questions might be, “Is this something i can take care of myself? Or should I have a professional come in and do it?” Lucky for you, Hubbard Plumbing in Long Island is here to help you! In this blog post, we will be discussing why you should have a professional plumber or service person help y…Read More

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    How To Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing

    Here in Long Island, it can get cold, and even though the spring season may be approaching, we still have a few months of winter. Whenever the temperatures drop, the risk of your pipes freezing and bursting increases. Burst pipes are one of the top common causes of property damage during the winter and can easily cost you thousands of dollars to repair. However, this can be avoided by taking some …Read More

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    How To Safely Unclog Your Drain

    Clogged drains are one of the biggest nuisances that can happen to anyone at any time. Most of the time, it’s a relatively easy task to unclog a drain but there are some times where you may need to call for backup, which is also known as your local plumber. In this blog post we will be discussing some easy tips and tricks to help you unclog your drain. Keep reading to learn more!    Now, d…Read More

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    Cold Weather Plumbing Tips

    Winter is upon us and for us here in Long Island, we know that the weather can get cold. Not only is cold weather an annoyance but it can also do some serious damage to your pipes and plumbing system if not taken care of properly. In this blog post, we will be discussing some of our top cold-weather plumbing tips. Keep reading to learn more!    Starting off, most of us know that water expand…Read More

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    5 Things Not To Flush Down Your Toliet

    A clogged toilet is probably one of the most annoying and inconvenient things that can happen to your bathroom. Most of the time we can easily solve these problems with a bit of elbow grease and a plunger, but if your toilet is clogged due to something being stuck in the pipes, you may need to call a plumber. Truly, the only thing that should go down a toilet is toilet paper. However, people are c…Read More

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    When To Call A Plumber

    No matter if you’re a homeowner or renting a space from someone else, you’ve probably got a few tools on hand to cope with any minor plumbing emergencies. We’ve all had to deal with a clogged toilet or a slow drain, and most of the time you can easily fix it yourself. However, tackling bigger plumbing repair jobs may require the help of a professional and while you may think that you can fix…Read More

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    What’s Clogging Your Sink

    Sink clogs are one of the most common forms of plumbing problems. Kitchen, bathroom, and even utility sinks all seem like they fall victim to clogs no matter how mindful you are when throwing things down the drain. Clogs are a huge inconvenience, and not to mention can be just plain gross. Depending on the type and the severity of the clog, they can lead to costly repairs and future plumbing probl…Read More

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    Saving the Planet and Saving You Money

      We’re extremely thankful that we live in a time where we have clean running water. However, it’s important to understand how much water we’re actually using. There are so many times where we leave the water running while brushing our teeth, shaving, or even waiting for the water to heat up. It may not seem like a big deal, but all that water adds up which is costly to your water bill …Read More

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    Summer’s Impact on Plumbing

      Summer is in full swing here in Suffolk County, which is great for you but it may not be so great for your plumbing system. While we’re all aware of how to take care of the pipes and be extra aware of our plumbing during the colder winter months, the heat of summer can have strong effects on your plumbing system that we forget to note. In this blog post, we’re going to discuss some of t…Read More