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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

  4. Hiring A Plumbing Contractor

    Before you hire any kind of contractor, it is important to do your research. You don’t want to hand your money over to a company that makes big promises but fails to deliver, especially when it comes to your plumbing. So, what exactly should you be looking for in a plumbing contractor in Suffolk County? Before you choose your next plumber, here are a few things you should consider: Price Okay, s…Read More

  5. Tips For Conserving Water

    Alright, let’s be honest, we could all do a little better when it comes to conserving water. Between the nice, long hot showers and washing the dishes, most of us use hundreds of gallons of water every month. Not only is this water usage wasteful, but it can also end up costing you a pretty penny. We could all probably shorten up our showers a bit and try to use the dishwasher less often, but wi…Read More

  6. Items That Should Never Make Their Way Down Your Drain

    Let’s face it, we have all probably flushed something down the toilet or drain that we shouldn’t have. While many homeowners think that it is not a big deal, what you flush down the toilet or drain can actually have a huge impact on not only your plumbing system, but on the water supply, as well. As plumbers in Long Island, NY, we have seen almost everything when it comes to items stuck in the…Read More

  7. Three Common Mistakes That Can Lead to Costly Plumbing Repairs

    There are a number of reasons why you could be experiencing a plumbing issue. Everything from burst pipes to clogged lines, plumbers in Long Island, NY have seen everything when it comes to plumbing problems. There are however, a few common mistakes that homeowners often make that will undoubtedly lead to a plumbing issue or malfunction. According to popularmechanics.com, these are common mistakes…Read More

  8. Our Plumbers in Long Island, NY Offer Tips for Maintaining Your Hot Water System

    While Hubbard Plumbing specializes in a number of different different services, including water heater installation and repairs, we encourage our customers to perform regular maintenance on their hot water systems. As with any other major appliance in your home, your hot water heater requires regular preventative maintenance in order to prevent major failures. Performing regular preventive mainten…Read More

  9. How to Keep Your Plumbing From Freezing Up in a Suffolk County NY Winter

    Areas of our state are experiencing record snow falls! The obvious difficulties of dealing with that much snow are missed work and school, endless shoveling, and making sure your heat stays on. Something a lot of people will start to deal with more are frozen pipes. This means they won't have running water in their homes, adding to the difficulties of dealing with massive amounts of snow. Our tea…Read More