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5 Reasons to Remodel Your Bathroom This Season

June 25th, 2020

Have you been thinking about bathroom remodels in Philadelphia and what they can do for your home? You aren’t alone. Many people want to renovate this season as the summer home shopping season approaches. Even if you aren’t looking to put your home on the market, remodeling your bathroom can increase your property value and […]

Have You Done Your Springtime Plumbing Maintenance?

March 24th, 2020

Have you noticed that the temperature is starting to rise again? As birds return home from their trip south and the residents of Philadelphia start to put their winter coats back into storage, there’s no way to deny that spring is nearly here. Spring means a lot of things. When many people think of spring, […]

3 Holiday Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Home’s Plumbing System

November 21st, 2019

The winter holidays are a time to get together with friends and family, eat delicious food, and give thanks for everything we have. Unfortunately, the holiday season can also be stressful, as homeowners across the state struggle to complete home repairs before their loved ones come to visit. What many homeowners don’t know is that […]

What To Expect From Spring Plumbing Maintenance

April 30th, 2018

It seems that spring is finally here to stay in Philadelphia, which provides you with a great opportunity to check up on your home or businesses plumbing system. Nobody wants to get the water bill and be taken away by the drastic increase of the bill, which is where our spring plumbing maintenance can be […]


From Flushing to Blushing: 7 Things Never to Toss Down the Toilet

October 10th, 2014

Out of sight is not out of mind when you’ve flushed something that’s created a blockage.  You’ve got to get it out, but how? You could roll up your sleeves and try to do it yourself. Most likely, you’ll end up calling your plumber. Many people don’t realize that sewer clogs have to be unblocked […]

Keeping Pipes From Freezing

January 18th, 2014

With the cold weather quickly approaching and temperatures dropping to freezing lows, plumbing issues are common and an experienced emergency plumber in philly  may be necessary. Before plumbing issues occur here are a few steps homeowners can take to prevent costly damages to their home. -Pay attention to the water flow around your home. If […]

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Tips To Avoid A Clogged Drain

June 30th, 2013

A clogged drain is an annoyance. It doesn’t matter if it’s a clog in the kitchen sink, bathroom sink, or tub; it can really make for an aggravating situation.  A clogged drain slows down the draining time and sometimes the water won’t drain at all.  In the case of a bathtub, it can make for […]

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Keep Your House Warm This Winter. 10 Tips

November 20th, 2012

Keeping your house warm is always an issue around the winter season. Keeping a furnace repair in Philly out of the house can be easy.   Through some research I have found some ways to keep money in your pocket and warm air in your home.  Here are ten tips to a warm and money saving […]

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Tips on Getting Your Plumbing System Ready For Winter

October 17th, 2012

As a homeowner it is important to keep your eye on all the important systems in your home because they all work together in one way or another. Take the following steps into consideration to prepare your plumbing system for a smooth and efficient season. Clear the Gutters: It’s important that you make sure your […]

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Protecting Your Family and Home From Lead

February 6th, 2012

Lead is defined as a highly toxic metal found in small amounts of the earth’s crust. Lead and lead compounds have been used in many products including paint, ceramics, pipes, solders, gasoline, batteries, and cosmetics. Today, the most common lead exposures are from lead-based paint, older homes, contaminated soil, household dust, drinking water, lead crystal, […]

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