Benefits Of Drain Line Testing & Camera Inspection
A home or building's plumbing system proves critical in enabling said structures residents and patrons to perform vital tasks, such as, cooking, washing clothing, dishes and other eating utensils, bathing, and getting rid of waste products. One critical feature of this apparatus is a component...
Why It Is Vital To Detect Water Leak In Our Homes [Infographic].
Everyone's dream is to live in a home that is safe and connected to a water source. For your home to be habitable, it must be connected to a water source, but leaking pipes may make your home to be unsafe. Is Water Leak Important?...
When is the Right Time for a Pipe Replacement?
Most plumbing pipes are made with very high-quality material and are likely to last for many years. Materials like galvanized steel last up to 50 years, cast iron can go up to 100 years, copper 50 years and brass up to 45 years. However, they...
Top 6 Questions about Slab Leak, Answered!
A slab leak occurs when water leaks below the foundation of your home. This discharge of water can do a lot of damage without you knowing about it. If the leak isn't repaired, it can cause significant structural and mold damage to your home. Knowing...
5 Most Common Questions About Copper Pipe Plumbing – Answered!
Not all water piping comes from the same material, which means each type of plumbing will require care that you might not be able to apply to different pipes. Copper piping is no exception, but if you don't know much or anything at all about...
7 Signs of Plumbing Leaks below the Foundation
A slab leak can happen anywhere a pipe runs under a concrete slab. They are more likely to occur in older homes. However, they do occur in new construction as well. How can you tell if you have a slab leak? Here are seven signs...
Cast Iron Pipe: Replacement vs. Repair
There was a time when residential indoor plumbing in Texas featured wooden pipes. As times changed and more advanced construction materials were developed, cast iron pipe plumbing became standard, and this would last for about a century. The use of metallic materials for water and...
Everything You Need to Know About Hydrostatic Pressure Testing
Pipes don't last forever. While they are made from materials that can last for several decades, in time, joints can come apart. The weight of the soil and the building above can cause buried pipes to crack and start leaking. Tree roots can infiltrate and...
Home & Health Risks with Old Cast Iron Plumbing
How to Know if Your Home has Cast-Iron Plumbing? Homes built prior to the early 1980s have sanitary sewer systems beneath the home that are composed of cast-iron piping. Cast-iron plumbing that is exposed to the moisture in our Texas soil deteriorates or rusts over...
The Perks of Hiring A Commercial Plumber
Plumbing problems can be major concerns for businesses. They can ruin productivity at times. They can inconvenience employees and customers. They can lead to considerable messes. They can be unpleasant in general. It doesn't matter if a business has a sewer leak, an overflowing toilet,...
Is It Time To Replace Your Home’s Plumbing?
Are the pipes in your home getting old? Pipes can last for decades without major problems. However, over time, the pipes will start to deteriorate and, at some point, you will need to replace them. Is now the time for a whole home plumbing replacement?...
5 Signs You Might Need Sewer Line Repair
Sewer line repair doesn’t always have to be an invasive and intrusive task, as long as you know the signs to look for ahead of time and address the problems as quickly as possible. While some signs that you’re in need of a sewer line...