1. Make a Repipe Your Spring Cleaning Project

    We can talk about the weather all you want this time of year, but summer is back and the days are numbered for you to get things done. Generally, people do some sort of spring cleaning. You know, clean under the refrigerator, scrape the cobwebs out of the corners, and maybe even clean out that coffee pot. One thing we do not generally think about when we are pulling the broken pieces of spaghetti …Read More

  2. Repipe your House with PEX Pipes

    When waterlines develop leaks or breakages, you may decide this may be a good time to repipe the house with PEX piping. It has been used since the 80s in the United States, and has revolutionized the plumbing industry. It doesn't corrode or freeze like steel or copper plumbing it is more flexible so it doesn't require the same installation process as the copper piping with welds and joints. There …Read More

  3. PEX repiping is cost-effective!

    PEX Piping Can Change your Water Flow

    PEX pipes are relatively new in the plumbing industry. They have only been around since about 1970, when they were invented in Europe. They became accessible in the United States during the 1980s. PEX is short for crosslinked polyethylene, the material from which they are constructed.  They have been used in radiant heating and commercial building services in the pipeworks. Currently, they are be…Read More