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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

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    Things You Should Not Put Down The Garbage Disposal

    Let’s be honest, we love our garbage disposals. It’s a quick and sanitary way to dispose of food waste, keeping your trash cans cleaner and lighter — and it helps keep your food waste out of the landfill! Garbage disposals can get overworked between all the food we throw down them, and even the newer models have a simplistic construction that can get overrun. While we all know that you shoul…Read More

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    5 Tips to Make Your Small Bathroom Feel Bigger

    While some of us are already blessed and have our dream bathroom, most of us do not. “Dream Bathroom,” it’s a weird phrase. Let’s be honest, none of us are really dreaming of bathrooms. We should be though! Just as you decorate your entire home and create a calm and harmonious energy, you should do the same with your bathroom. Think about it, you spend a good amount of time in there. Might…Read More

  7. Don’t Use Liquid Drain Cleaners — Here’s Why

    We have all experienced it at least once: you turn on the sink, and instead of going down the drain, water begins to pool in the basin. You have a clog, and your first instinct may be to run out to the store to pick up a liquid drain cleaner. After all, that’s the best way to clear a clog, right? Why You Shouldn’t Use Liquid Drain Cleaners Actually, liquid drain cleaners are not all they’re …Read More

  8. How to Prevent Clogged Drains

    There’s nothing quite as annoying as a clogged drain. Whether you had to stand in six inches of water during your shower or your toilet backs up right before you have to head out for work, clogs aren’t something you have time to worry about. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, which is why it’s best to take steps to get ahead of clogged drains before they disrupt yo…Read More

  9. 5 Simple Plumbing Tips for Spring

    In just a few short weeks, the winter snow will melt away to make room for spring flowers. While you’re waiting for your daffodils to pop up and your sweaters to be returned to storage, there are many things that homeowners must consider. As the seasons change, so do the maintenance steps you must take for your home, including your plumbing. While we wait for the trees to bloom, here are some st…Read More