Plumbing Systems and Real Estate Transactions

Anyone who has purchased or is about to buy a home is probably somewhat familiar with the home inspection process.  Unfortunately, for some happy new homeowners the excitement of their new purchase quickly changes to frustation and anxiety because their home inspection, completely missed some plumbing problems that the previous owners did not … [Read more...]

3 Simple Plumbing Tips Any Cleveland Homeowner Should Know!

Plumbing is usually the last thing on a homeowners mind so it's not uncommon for us to be called out to fix or repair plumbing systems due to owner neglect and poor maintenance.  Truth be known, there are several things any homeowner can do to make it easier to maintain your plumbing system and make it even easier for a plumber who is coming … [Read more...]

What To Do About Frozen Water Pipes In Your Cleveland Area Home or Building

Winter can be really hard on your plumbing especially if you are not properly maintaining your home or building by draining all exterior water lines before freezing weather sets in.  As we all know when you put a bottle of water in the freezer it expands when it freezes.  The same concept happens to water when it freezes within your water … [Read more...]

What To Do If Your Cleveland Basement Gets Flooded This Fall

A flooded basement is an extremely stressful experience for any Cleveland family to have to go through.  During the early fall months when rainfall is at it's highest and the water tables are full it's not uncommon for basement flooding problems to arise.  It doesn't have to be fall for your basement to flood though, it can happen at anytime for a … [Read more...]

Getting Your Plumbing System Ready For The Cleveland Winter

With the days beginning to get shorter, kids are back in school, and the fall season is almost upon us.  If you haven't started thinking about winterizing your plumbing system then it's probably a good time to start now. When the temperature drops below freezing, plumbing systems that haven't been properly winterized are prone to failure in a … [Read more...]

Should You Consider A Tankless Hot Water Heater For Your Cleveland Home?

For most Cleveland homeowners, hot water is an absolute necessity that we need to have every single day, usually several times a day.  Traditional water heaters essentially run on stand-by constantly keeping your water hot so it's ready when you want it.  This is very inefficient, and eventually someone would come up with something better.  The … [Read more...]

Trenchless Sewer Repairs For Cleveland Homeowners

Trenchless sewer repair is a method of repairing or replacing sections of underground sewer lines without actually having to excavate or dig up the property to access the sewer lines.   You can imagine most home and property owners aren't very eager to begin excavating on their property. There are two different types of Trenchless Sewer Repair … [Read more...]

Removing Tree Roots From Your Sewer Lines

Tree roots and the roots from large shrubs or brush on a home or building owners property is often a cause of sewer and drain catastrophe.  In Cleveland, this problem is more common than you might think. Tree roots can extend a long distance, easily 75 feet or more on a large tree and of course the roots naturally seek out the best source of … [Read more...]

Hydro Jetting Services in Cleveland, OH

If you're plumbing system is really clogged deep inside from years of neglect then you're going to need a hydro-jetting service to clean out the line for you.  The hydro jet or otherwise known as a water jetting machine is one of the most efficient tools that a plumber has at their disposal. What Is Hydro Jetting For Sewer and Drain Lines? Water … [Read more...]

Locating Hidden Plumbing Leaks In Your Cleveland Plumbing

Leaks in your plumbing system or water system are an expensive plumbing problem most people don't want to have.  If you have an older Cleveland home or building, it's a pretty good chance the plumbing might be older as well.  As your plumbing system ages the materials can deteriorate, your building could settle (move slightly), or corrosion could … [Read more...]