February 10th, 2015
Does your water heater make a knocking/rumbling noise that could wake the dead? If so, your water heater tank has most likely collected a thick layer of sediment (minerals like calcium and lime). The solution: Drain the water heater tank and flush out the sediment. You can either flush it yourself or call a professional Atlanta-area plumber.
January 26th, 2015
Don’t want to deal with an embarrassing toilet clog? Then stop flushing these items down your porcelain throne.
November 11th, 2014
We’ve served the Atlanta area since 1966 and have worked through our share of winter holidays. So, we’ve seen firsthand the problems that can arise when there are extra people in your home.
October 21st, 2014
That nasty smell coming from your drain could be more than just a bad smell. It could be a serious sewer gas leak in your home. So don’t ignore it! Here are a few of the reasons that this happens and what you can do to get rid of it.
September 16th, 2014
No one likes a cold shower, but that’s exactly what you’re getting after a few minutes. So, what’s the deal?
August 27th, 2014
A broken sewer line can lead to costly problems in your Atlanta-area home. Knowing the signs that you have one can help you prevent further damage, keeping costs to a minimum. Here are 3 signs your sewer line may be broken.
April 21st, 2014
If you’re shopping for a new water heater for your Atlanta-area home, one of the first things you’ll need to figure out is the size you need. This is very important because if you choose a water heater that is too small, you’ll be constantly running out of hot water during morning showers. However, if you get one that is too big, you’ll have unnecessarily high-energy bills. Like Goldilocks and her beds, you need to find a water heater that is “just right”.
April 2nd, 2014
Low water pressure can make even the simplest tasks difficult and inefficient, from taking a shower to washing the dishes to using your sprinkler system this summer. There are a number of causes that can lead to this frustrating problem. Sometimes it’s caused by something as straightforward as running two plumbing fixtures at the same time, other times it may be an indication of a more serious problem.