For Detroit Plumbing Problems Call a Pro

September 28, 2012 at 8:07 pm | Category: Residential Plumbing

Plumbing problems never happen when it is convenient. They seem to always happen right when you have no time, no money or no patience to deal with them. Calling a licensed Detroit plumbing contractor is always the best course of action, but in order to not have to make that call as often, use the [...]

Protect Your Pipes in Detroit Winters

July 19, 2012 at 7:31 pm | Category: Uncategorized

Of all the things that a homeowner can do to maintain their plumbing systems, the following five tips can help keep money in your pocket and visits from your Detroit plumber to a minimum. 1. Check for leaks. Even the smallest leak can turn into a torrential flood if not caught early enough. The resulting [...]

Dangers of a Gas Leak in Detroit

April 12, 2012 at 6:46 pm | Category: Residential Plumbing

Now that the price of electricity is rising, many people are turning to gas as a cheaper option for heating and cooking. Detroit gas heating is particularly nice to feel, efficient and clean. It provides quick heat that seems to circulate well and so it warms the whole house up in no time. Not all [...]

Why Detroit Furnace Maintenance Is Crucial

January 4, 2012 at 3:46 pm | Category: Furnace

A home Detroit furnace can be dangerous for a number of reasons, including carbon monoxide poisoning which can result in deadly consequences. Since it’s such a complicated machine with numerous moving parts, your Detroit furnace should be inspected regularly in order to ensure it’s working properly. Why you need to have your Furnace Inspected Once a [...]

Know The First Signs Of Detroit Sewer Repair

December 7, 2011 at 7:38 pm | Category: Sewer Repair

If you suspect you need Detroit sewer repair, a main drain or system problem with your sewage system is the first clue. Look for whether the problem is isolated to one drain or all of the drains. Your toilet will often present the first indicator of trouble by flushing slowly or not all. If you have [...]

Why You Need Detroit Video Drain Inspections For Your Home

November 8, 2011 at 6:41 pm | Category: Video Drain Inspection

One of the best advances for the plumbing industry in the last few years has been the introduction of the video camera. It is now possible for plumbing professionals to see the inside of pipes and sewer lines without digging them up at a high cost to the homeowner. Below you will find many of [...]

Detroit Plumbing Concerns Best Left In The Hands Of The Pros

October 13, 2011 at 6:47 pm | Category: Residential Plumbing

  Do not even attempt to tinker around with your home’s Detroit plumbing and pipe work unless you want to run the risk of having water running all over the place soaking up your floors, furniture, and other fixtures.  There are professional plumbers who have the expertise and tools for every possible problem in the [...]

Don’t Let Clogs Keep You Down in Detroit

September 16, 2011 at 2:11 pm | Category: Drain Cleaning, Video Drain Inspection

You wait awhile, hoping the problem is temporary. You hope your sink will eventually drain of the water that’s standing in it. You even stick a finger down the hole to feel for some intrusive clump of hair. However, your problem remains – it isn’t draining. We use the bathroom sink for so many things [...]

Why You Should Let a Plumber Install Your Southfield Water Heater

June 3, 2011 at 1:49 pm | Category: Residential Plumbing

There are good reasons to hire a plumber for a water heater installation. It’s not illegal to install your own water heater providing you own the home you live in, but whether gas or electric, you should get a plumbing permit so that you get an inspection when the work is done, insuring that the [...]

Southfield How Re-Piping Can Improve a Home’s Value

May 9, 2011 at 9:07 pm | Category: Residential Plumbing

When you are looking at buying a new Southfield home or selling one the piping is one thing to look at. Builders use different types when piping a home. Some may use PVC, galvanized steel, or copper. The copper pipes are the better choice. PVC can freeze and break, galvanized steel pipes rust, and copper doesn’t [...]

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