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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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. The Dangers of Mold

    Mold is never something you want to find in your home. Not only are the slimy black spots forming on your shower curtain unsightly, they can also be hazardous to your health. As the leading provider of plumbing services in Suffolk County, we have seen our fair share of mold, and this exposure gives us very important knowledge that we wish to pass onto our customers. If you find mold in your home, …Read More

  6. Why is My Water Pressure Low?

    You’re trying to enjoy a nice, hot shower, yet the water just trickles out. When your water pressure just isn’t what it should be, it leaves an impact. Not only that, low water pressure can be indicative of more serious plumbing problems. There are many potential root causes of low water pressure, and with some troubleshooting, you may be able to figure it out yourself. If you can’t or if yo…Read More

  7. Common Kitchen Sink Plumbing Issues

    When something goes wrong with your kitchen sink, it’s a crisis. The kitchen is the center of your home, and without a working sink, it is tough to get anything done. You may be panicking, but if it is one of these common issues, you may be able to take care of the issue right away. When it comes to anything plumbing, we are not ones to discourage you from hiring a professional to take care of i…Read More

  8. Keeping Your Pipes From Freezing

    The East Coast has been treated to an unprecedented winter. Piles of snow fell across New York and was the fascination of the news for weeks. Those snow days might have been fun for the kids, but might be a little more stressful for homeowners. Shoveling so much snow can take a toll on your back, and all that cold can take a toll on your pipes. Frozen pipes can lead to burst pipes, and cleanup can…Read More

  9. Most Common Household Leaks

    Chances are, if there is a leak in your home, you haven’t thought too much about it. Sure, sometimes you can hear the faucet dripping, but that just happens sometimes, right? It’s true that leaks are incredibly common and will occur in any home at one point or another, but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t cause for concern that should be addressed promptly. According to the U.S. Environm…Read More