Pet Owners Plumbing Tips

​ Owners of furry pets of all sizes have inevitably been faced with the problem of clogged drains and pipes, because of washing their shedding pets inside. Generally, a dog is the most common pet whose fur clogs the pipes and drains, although cats and smaller furry...

Indoor Air Quality: Q and A

You wouldn’t drink a glass of dirty water, so why would you take in a lung full of polluted air? The simple answer, of course, is that much of the pollution in your home is invisible. However, if you could see the gas, odors, volatile organic compounds, and viruses...

Why to Keep These Plumbing Tools Around the House

Have you ever flushed the toilet and watched in horror as the water slowly crept closer and closer to the rim of the bowl, rather than draining down as it’s supposed to? Or maybe you’ve panicked as you felt a ring slip off your finger and watched helplessly as it...

How to Light Your Water Heater

Old and outdated pipes, mixed with weather that dips frequently below freezing, make the perfect storm for broken pipes in a home, which is something that you want to avoid at all costs. A broken pipe can lead to thousands and thousands of dollars of damage on a home...

Which Parts Can I Replace to Get My Toilet to Stop Running?

If you are pulling your hair out because your toilet won’t stop running, don’t despair! You’ve got the solution right at your fingertips. Of all the plumbing problems that homeowners face, a running toilet is one of the most DIY-friendly. A toilet isn’t super...

The Top Plumbing Myths

When it comes to plumbing, most people prefer to leave any problems that arise to the plumber they contact. That’s a good idea, since many people have little if any knowledge of their pipes, drains, and other plumbing components in their Long Beach Island homes....