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Is Your Garbage disposal clogged? Try These Tips Before Giving Us a Call!

A clogged garbage disposal is one of the most common problems San Francisco area homeowners experience in their kitchens. Luckily, there are some things you can do on your own to remove the clog before you have to contact a professional.

Before we get into the specifics of what to do when your garbage disposal is […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Plumbing|0 Comments

Want to Conserve Water at Home? Consider a Low Flow Showerhead

This week we’re going to discuss a couple different upgrades that San Francisco area homeowners can make to their homes to conserve energy and water. Over the past couple decades, there has been much advancement the HVAC and plumbing industries, and new appliances are available that are more efficient than ever.

One of those appliances is […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Plumbing|0 Comments

Is Your Water Heater Leaking? Here’s What to Do

A water heater leak can be scary for San Francisco area homeowners. Not only might a leaking water heater lead to unexpected repairs, but your water heater is also a dangerous appliance to have malfunction.

While some water heater leaks are serious and require the assistance of a plumber, others are less serious and can be […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Plumbing|4 Comments

What are the Possible Causes of Low Water Pressure in Your House?

Low water pressure can be a frustrating problem for San Francisco area homeowners. There are a number of causes for it, some of which can be fixed by you and some that require the assistance of a professional plumber.
Low water pressure at only one source
If you’re experiencing low water pressure in your house, the first […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Plumbing|0 Comments

What is a Dual Flush Toilet and how does it Save Water for San Francisco Area Homeowners?

There has been some great advancement in water saving technologies over the past few decades. We’ve seen the adoption of highly efficient plumbing fixtures and parts like the low flow showerhead and low flow toilets.

But one type of water saving fixture that is still catching on in America and here in the San Francisco Bay […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Plumbing|1 Comment

How to Drain a Water Heater in your San Francisco Area Home

One of the best things San Francisco area homeowners can do to extend the life of their water heaters is to periodically drain their tanks. This post will go over how to drain a water heater and how it can keep yours running smoothly and efficiently.
Why is it important to drain a water heater?
Over time, […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Plumbing|1 Comment

What Kinds of Water Efficient Plumbing Fixtures are Available to San Francisco Area Homeowners?

Cutting back on your home’s water consumption is one of the best ways you can help the environment while also saving money on your utility bills. One great way for San Francisco area homeowners to conserve water is to take advantage of the many water efficient plumbing fixtures that are available today.

Below is a list […]

By |August 4th, 2015|Plumbing|1 Comment

Is Your Dishwasher Not Draining? Try These Three Tips

When you think about all of the food and scraps that we put into our dishwashers and down our drains, it’s not surprising thatthings can back up every once in a while. One common symptom of clogged drains in your kitchen is your dishwasher not draining.

If you see a lot of standing water at the […]

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The Effects of Hard Water in Your San Francisco Area Home

It’s estimated that 85 percent of homes in our country have problems with hard water. Although this doesn’t pose any threats to our health, it can take a toll on a number of different things in our home. So what are the effects of hard water and how can you tell if you have it […]

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Receive Instant Hot Water with a Hot Water Recirculating Pump

Unless you’re using a tankless water heater, you likely experience a delay in receiving hot water when you turn on your faucet or shower. Often times, we let that initial cold water down the drain until the hot water makes its way to the fixture. Over time, this wasted water can really add up.

One way […]

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