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Temperatures are dropping around the Upstate, which means your home’s plumbing system may become suspectible to a variety of common plumbing issues that are caused by the colder months. As a homeowner, it’s important to be aware of these potential issues and take matters into your own hands to prevent potentially serious home damage. Hot Water System Failure Cold winter days (and nights) take a toll on water heaters, but sometimes a quick fix can [Read More...]

Have you ever heard your plumbing system make weird noises? Gurgling in your drains, banging pipes, or whistling are just some of the odd noises that you may hear from your home’s plumbing system. We know that these noises are not only irritating, but they could be an indicator of a much larger issue. To put your mind at ease, we’ve gathered tips and solutions for the most common plumbing noises so you’ll know exactly what [Read More...]

No one ever enjoys the chore of having to clean the bathroom. Scrubbing the toilet, bleaching the tub, and wiping the toothpaste off the mirror are just a few of the tasks involved when cleaning a bathroom. Not only is your bathroom the place that you become clean, but it’s also the place that bad germs tend to hang out. It’s a dirty job, but having a clean and organized space is a great way to kick [Read More...]

As plumbers, water is sort of “our thing.” With Greenville and Spartanburg Counties in one of the worst droughts since 2009, we wanted to share with you our list of the top water saving tips you can implement today. The average person uses about 100 gallons of water per day. It’s eye opening when you use this Water Use Calculator to estimate how much water you’re using. Here are some some of the most impactful tips [Read More...]

Most people don’t give plumbing a second thought when it’s working right, but when emergencies happen, you have no idea where to even start. A basic understanding of your plumbing system and the components that affect it will help you troubleshoot, do small repairs yourself, know when to call a plumber, be better prepared in a crisis, and make informed decisions.

You may feel like your at-home to-do list is totally covered — you dust, sweep, and vacuum on a regular schedule, switch out those air filters every month, you’re careful to keep an eye on the thermostat during the hottest and coldest months of the year… what else could there be to do? Well, there are still a few tasks that not only help you save money, but are also essential to keep your home [Read More...]

If you’ve been a homeowner for quite some time, you’re aware of how high that summer power bill can skyrocket. Now that we’re right here in the mid summer season, we have some tips we want to fill you in on in order to save a little bit on that next power bill. When it comes to taking care of our customers, we want to help you in every way we can. Let’s walk through [Read More...]

Whether you’re a brand-new homeowner just moving into your very first place or you’ve owned your home for decades, there’s definitely a sense of pride in having a place to call your own. Here’s the thing, though — with homeownership comes total responsibility for every aspect of your private property, and that can leave some homeowners wondering just what they can do to keep costs down, especially in the hot summer or freezing winter months. [Read More...]

Summer in South Carolina is no joke. With nearly triple-digit days by mid-June and humidity that can leave you feeling like you’re wading through the ocean just to take a walk, keeping safe in the heat becomes essential — especially for parents, since children aren’t always great at recognizing when they’ve been outside too long in the sun. We have a few safety tips for parents that can help your children have a happy and [Read More...]

The summer is no joke — June’s temperatures have been baking, and July is looking to be about the same. Without much rain to cool the air, it’s easy to find refuge inside your air-conditioned home and plan to worry about home maintenance once you can step outside without melting. There are some household tasks, however, that homeowners may want to take advantage of while the sun continues to shine.