Why Am I Getting Such Low Water Pressure in My Home?

October 20, 2020

If you’re experiencing low water pressure in your home, there could be several possible reasons why. You may be able to handle some causes on your own, but many others must be resolved by a plumber. Your Water Supplier Is Causing It The reason for low water pressure may be because your water supplier is working on a problem. Ask your neighbors if they, too, are experiencing low pressure. If they are, call your water supplier to find out what’s happening and when it’s expected to be resolved. The Main Shutoff Valve Isn’t Fully Open If you’re the only one...

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Tips for Dealing With Cloudy Water

August 18, 2020

There are few things more refreshing than a clear, cool glass of water on a hot day in Ramona. If you fill your glass and find that the water is cloudy, though, this can certainly give you pause before you slake your thirst. Fortunately, most cloudy water isn’t harmful, meaning that no extra measures need to be taken. Just to be on the safe side, though, the plumbing experts at offer these tips to help solve your cloudy-water problems. Air in the Water In a majority of cases, cloudy water is caused by tiny air bubbles that have formed in...

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Plumbing Issues that Should Be Left to the Professionals

July 15, 2020

It’s tempting to think about doing plumbing services on your own. There are some projects, though, where you could cost yourself a lot of money by trying to do them yourself. Here are some plumbing services that require a licensed plumber. Fixing a Blocked Sewer Line A blocked sewer line is absolutely not something you can fix yourself. Even if you dig down to the right spot where it’s blocked, you need specialized equipment to handle the problem. If this problem isn’t handled correctly, it can result in sewage pouring out of all your home’s drains and toilets. Water Heater...

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How Often You Should Have A Plumbing Inspection

June 16, 2020

Scheduling a plumbing inspection on a regular basis is a great way to stay proactive and prevent future problems. Many times these inspections can fix a small issue before it turns into a much larger problem. Typically, it is a good idea to schedule a plumbing inspection every two years, but you may need to schedule an inspection more often due to various circumstances. Here are a few of the main reasons why you need to schedule a plumbing inspection. 1. You Have an Older Home A plumbing inspection is especially important if you live in an older home that...

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Habits That Can Ruin Your Drains

May 13, 2020

Perhaps you routinely dump leftovers into the garbage disposal. Maybe a member of your household flushes wipes or feminine hygiene products down the toilet. These and many more activities could ruin your home’s drains. Keep in mind these other habits could also cause damage to your home’s plumbing. Using Your Toilet as a Trash Can Using your toilet as at trash can is a sure pathway to ruining your drain pipe. Even flushing a diaper or feminine hygiene product just one time could cause a blocked drain. Other things that should never get flushed include condoms, cotton balls, plastic packaging,...

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What are the Benefits of a Water Softener?

April 16, 2020

Hard water can be more of a problem than many people realize. The minerals in your water could be causing buildup in your pipes as well as in your fixtures and appliances. Hard water can even be bad for your skin. A water softener uses a process known as ion exchange to remove the minerals from your water before it travels through the pipes. If you are concerned about hard water in your home, consider these benefits of having a water softener. 1. Save Money Hard water buildup can lead to a lot of extra cost for you. The minerals...

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Common Plumbing Issues People Try To Fix But Shouldn’t

March 17, 2020

Plumbing issues are extremely common, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to fix on your own. When your toilet starts running or your kitchen sink stops draining, you may have the urge to try to fix it by yourself. However, what many homeowners don’t realize is that their home’s plumbing system is incredibly complex and not easy to repair if you don’t have the right training. That’s where we come in! provides fast, reliable plumbing repairs to homeowners in Ramona, CA. Here are the top three common plumbing issues you may experience but shouldn’t try to fix on your own....

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How Long Does It Take to Become a Licensed Plumber?

January 7, 2020

Licensed plumbers typically have job security as well as the ability to make $50,000 a year or more in salary. However, it can take several years to earn a license. The exact number of years it takes to achieve that goal depends on the program you enroll in and what level of training you want. The Requirements to Enter Trade School or an Apprenticeship Program As a general rule, you will need to have your high school diploma or GED before you can enter a trade school or an apprenticeship. Adult learners who are seeking a GED may be able...

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3 Tips to Avoid Costly Winter Plumbing Leaks

November 13, 2019

If your plumbing springs a leak, you can easily end up spending thousands on repairs, plus the incalculable costs of your prized possessions being ruined. However, there are a number of ways that you as a savvy homeowner can identify danger zones before tragedy strikes. Here are three of the simplest and fastest ways to avoid a winter plumbing leak. 1. Insulate Your Pipes One of the biggest dangers when it comes to plumbing is pipes bursting. Pipes that get too cold can crack and spill huge amounts of water into your house. Before you even realize what’s happening, entire...

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Signs of a Clogged Drain Line

October 17, 2019

Clogged drains are a frequent issue for homeowners since they can be caused by many things. Drains are designed to eliminate wastewater instead of items like hair, trash or even flushable wipes. Over time, soap scum, bacteria and random debris pieces tend to collect inside your plumbing, and when this happens, clogs form. Here are a few signs of a clogged drain line. Slow Moving Drainage If you notice that water is slow to move down the drain, then this is a common sign of a clogged drain. Slow-moving drainage is indicative of soap scum or hair build-up. This is...

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