We would like to wish you and your family a very happy and safe holiday season! Thank you for your business and support in 2010, and we look forward to a wonderful 2011!
To avoid dangerous natural gas buildup inside your house remember to keep your gas meter free and clear of snow and ice. For further information on how to do this and photos visit Gas Meter Safety by Xcel Energy. If you have any issues with your gas meter or service remember... Read More
If you’ve been keeping up with our news and updates, and we hope you have, you’ll already know everything the average homeowner should know about sump pumps and how to maintain them. What you may not know about, however, is another similar service we offer on our list—sewage ejector pump... Read More
Despite the fact that most of the pipes we deal with are constantly flushed with water, sometimes talking about plumbing can be a little, well, dry to say the least. As much as we love blabbing about sump pumps and green plumbing fixtures and drain cleaner, we understand that every... Read More
Our November special is $50.00 off any service call! Don’t forget to mention you saw this on our website! The total cost is the service call charge with the $50.00 discount+ travel charges. The special runs until November 30th. Call now to take advantage of this great offer!
Even though 2010 is almost over and in a few months we’ll be ushering in a brand new year, there’s still time to remodel your kitchen before then. 2010 was the year of simplicity and class in the kitchen remodeling world, and there are a few ideas that are worth... Read More
When it comes to home plumbing maintenance, in general we’re all for the Do-It-Yourself approach. There will always be plenty of plumbing problems in the world for us to fix, and though we pride ourselves on our affordable prices, we understand that if there’s a way for you to save... Read More
While selecting and installing the right bathtub for your home may seem like a pretty standard procedure, there are actually a lot more things to think about when making your decision than you may have realized. Bathtubs are tricky to install and generally aren’t replaced for many, many years, so... Read More
“No touch” or “hands free” faucets have been around for years. They can mostly be found in public bathrooms, where motion sensor technology allows people to wash their hands without risking contamination from having to touch dirty faucet handles. The faucets works by motion activated infrared beams that reflect off... Read More
Keeping your garbage disposal clean is easier than you think. If you use your disposal often you probably notice an unpleasant odor coming from it every once an awhile. This often means that some of the food remains may be built up or that there may be left over bacteria... Read More