Safe and Sound Tips for Drain Cleaning and Maintenance

plumber installs a new plastic siphon on the sink

Safety is a priority when it comes to drain cleaning. In this article, we’ll offer guidance to prevent potential hazards during the drain cleaning procedure. By adhering to these guidelines, you can ensure the cleanliness and safety of your drainage system without compromising your well-being. Proper Equipment and Gear One of the fundamental steps in […]

Choosing Between Repiping and Pipe Repair

An old pipe breaks in freezing weather

Maintaining a fully functional plumbing system is integral to the daily running of any household or commercial establishment, but over time, pipes may deteriorate and create issues that require attention. When dealing with leaks or decreased water flow, property owners are faced with making an important decision: either repiping or repair? Understanding their differences is […]

Protect Your Workplace with These Plumbing Safety Tips

Male Worker Inspecting Water Valve For Leaks In Basement

Plumbing safety refers to the measures taken to ensure the operation and maintenance of plumbing systems in homes, buildings, and other facilities. Plumbing safety aims to protect individuals from the potential hazards of plumbing systems, such as water leaks, gas leaks, backflows, or sewage backups. As a responsible business owner, the safety of your employees […]

The Effects of Hard Water on Your Health and Home

Old Bathroom Sink Faucet contaminated with calcium and grime. Hard water flows from an old tap aerator.

Savannah, Georgia relies on the Savannah River and the Floridan Aquifer for clean water. As water flows through the ground and tributaries to these waterways, it picks up minerals like magnesium and calcium. The more mineral ions that travel in the water, the harder it will be. Hard water is safe to drink, but over […]

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Notice

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