• How to Fix a Constantly Running Toilet

    The sound of “phantom flushing” isn’t just annoying—it also means water is being wasted. According to the EPA, household leaks waste nearly 10,000 gallons of water every year. Multiply this average across the nation, and that’s one trillion gallons of water down the drain!  Stop wasting water and save an average of 10 percent on your bills by fixing […]

  • 9 Plumbing Resolutions to Set in the New Year

    As the new year approaches, you might find yourself pondering resolutions for self-improvement. Along with any personal goals you set, consider resolving to take better care of your plumbing. Here’s how. Keep your pipes warm: Winter is the most important time of year to insulate your plumbing because it helps prevent frozen pipes. You can […]

  • Heading South for the Winter? Winterize Your Home’s Plumbing First

    The temperature is steadily dropping here in Monroe Township. Another wet, Central New Jersey winter is clearly on its way. Do you prefer to spend the colder months in warmer climes? We don’t blame you! Still, it’s important to protect your plumbing before you head south for the winter. Turn Off the Water Supply to […]

  • How to Keep Your Plumbing Flowing Smoothly this Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Your plumbing may be the last thing on your mind, but did you know that Thanksgiving is the busiest day of the year for plumbers? With the following tips, you can enjoy family time to the fullest without clogged drains, broken garbage disposals, or cold […]

  • How to Prepare Your Plumbing for Winter

    As chilly fall temperatures arrive, it’s important to make sure your plumbing is ready for another New Jersey winter. Here are our top seasonal plumbing tips to prepare for the changing weather. Disconnect and store garden hoses: When you retire your flower garden, wrap up hoses and store them in the shed or garage. If […]

  • What’s Causing that Foul Plumbing Odor?

    You want your home to smell fresh and clean, but it’s difficult to ignore the unmistakable smell of a damaged plumbing system. Plumbing odors aren’t just foul—they can also be downright dangerous. That’s why you should eliminate the stench rather than merely masking it. Learn the possible causes of foul plumbing odors and how to […]

  • Why isn’t My Sump Pump Working?

    Heavy summer rains can cause basement flooding, but your sump pump keeps the rising water level at bay. However, as with all mechanical equipment, sump pumps break down sometimes. Here are the top reasons why your sump pump might stop working and what to do about each one. Power Failure An electrical power outage is […]

  • 6 Plumbing Tips to Prevent Leaks, Floods & Backups

    Most plumbing problems are comprised of leaks, floods, or backups. Keep these issues at bay by following these six proven plumbing tips. Check for Leaks It’s easy to spot a leaky faucet, but most other plumbing leaks develop out of sight. Here’s how to find them: Check exposed pipes in under-sink cabinets for signs of […]

  • Spring Plumbing Tips

    Spring Plumbing Tips

    Spring has sprung, and that means it’s time for spring cleaning around the house. As you tidy up and deep-clean, don’t forget to give your plumbing the attention it deserves. Here are some spring plumbing tips to prevent problems in the coming season. Kitchen & Bathroom Plumbing Tips Repair any leaky faucets you’ve been ignoring. […]

  • Winter Plumbing Preparation Tips

    Winter Plumbing Preparation

    New Jersey winters can be unpredictable. As the temperature drops, water freezes and expands, which can wreak havoc on your plumbing. Get ready for the next arctic blast with these winter plumbing preparation tips. Prepare Outdoor Faucets Find the water shut-off valve that leads to outdoor hose bibs and shut it off. Then, open the […]