The Top Toilet Issues and How to Avoid Them

Posted on November 19th, 2018 by Matthew

Today is a very special day in the land of plumbing it’s World Toilet Day! Your toilet can be thought of as the centerpiece of your bathroom, in addition to being a fixture that, quite frankly, might need some more TLC than you realize. Sure, you might unclog it from time-to-time or do a deep […]

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Getting Your Home Ready For The Holiday Season

Posted on November 15th, 2018 by Matthew

The holiday season is usually one filled with happiness and joy — that is you don’t have a major house emergency. Not to worry though, there are many things you can do around the house now, that will keep your party worry-free. So if you are looking to kick, back, relax and not have to […]

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Three Plumbing Emergencies and How to Fix Them

Posted on November 14th, 2018 by Matthew

Let’s face it: emergencies happen! No matter how prepared you are, life gets busy, little signs go unnoticed and before you know it, you are coming home to a flooded floor and water-filled kitchen.  So to avoid some major damage and an unnecessary plumbing bill, here are 3 common emergencies and how to prevent them: 1. […]

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The Spooky Things That Could Live In Your Air Ducts

Posted on October 31st, 2018 by Matthew

With Halloween among us, our senses are alert for things that go bump in the night. Where are they coming from? They could be coming from inside our walls! There are lots of spooky things that could live inside your air ducts and wreak havoc on you and your home. Air Duct Terrors The ducts […]

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Soap Scum and Mold: Top Tips to Combat the Mess

Posted on October 25th, 2018 by Matthew

Keeping up with bathroom maintenance is fairly simple. However, a quick wipe down will not prevent soap scum and mold from appearing. Taking a few extra steps to prevent these things from happening will improve the overall bathroom cleanliness; potentially saving you hundreds to thousands of dollars of repairs and expensive estimates. What Do I […]

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The Dangers of Leaves and Your HVAC

Posted on October 19th, 2018 by Matthew

With all mechanical equipment and electrical appliances, maintenance and care is a  necessity. It is also important to know how to take care of certain appliances that are vulnerable to factors that we may not be aware of. For example, in order to keep our outside units fully functional, we must keep them free from […]

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Here’s How Your Heating System is Wasting Energy

Posted on October 11th, 2018 by Matthew

Energy efficiency is one of the main concerns that homeowners in the Salt Lake City area have when it comes to their heating system. While your system may be keeping your home at a comfortable temperature during the winter months, it may also be wasting energy without you knowing. This results in energy bills that […]

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Can Coffee Grounds Safely Go Down The Sink?

Posted on October 1st, 2018 by Matthew

You woke up feeling a little extra sluggish today so you went to the kitchen and turned on a pot of your favorite coffee. Then, you sit down and take out your phone only to get carried away with those Instagram posts and the recent news filling up your Twitter feed. Suddenly, you realize you’re […]

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Why Do Tree Roots Love Sewer Lines?

Posted on September 27th, 2018 by Matthew

Have any idea what’s going on with your plumbing system underground? Well, there’s a good chance tree roots could be making their way into your sewer line, and no, they are definitely not welcome! Tree roots can cause major headaches for homeowners across the country and they’re ruining thousands of sewer lines every day! So, […]

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What To Expect With An HVAC Tune-Up

Posted on September 25th, 2018 by Matthew

Experts recommend having a HVAC equipment tune-up at least twice a year. In most cases, this type of heating and cooling maintenance occurs in the autumn and the spring. You might wonder what services are included in a heating, venting and air conditioner tune-up, and the maintenance that is provided can vary. However, here are […]

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