• November

      6

      2019
    • 55
    Prepare Your Outdoor Plumbing For Winter

    Prepare Your Outdoor Plumbing For Winter

    We all know that water expands when it freezes. That’s why it’s so important to make sure your outdoor plumbing is ready for the cold winter temperatures.  Ice cubes in your refrigerator don’t pose a problem but frozen pipes can spell disaster. The good news is that you can take steps to reduce the likelihood

    • October

      8

      2019
    • 82
    6 Fall Plumbing Tips

    6 Fall Plumbing Tips

    Fall is here, and it’s time to weatherize your plumbing before heading into the deep freeze of the winter months. While we understand that you are still drying out from the incredible amount of rain we’ve had in Toledo, it’s never too early to prepare your plumbing for the changing seasons.

    • August

      27

      2019
    • 161
    4 Ways Fire Hydrants Break

    4 Ways Fire Hydrants Break

    Everyone has seen at least one fire hydrant gushing out water onto the street.  As you’ve driven by, you may have even wondered if it erupted, someone hit it, or maybe someone opened it. A broken fire hydrant presents dangers that you may not even think about.  Here’s four ways fire hydrants break:

    • August

      13

      2019
    • 132
    5  Rental Property Plumbing Issues

    5 Rental Property Plumbing Issues

    As a property owner, you know you can make a decent profit on your real estate investment. However, as a landlord you are also responsible for ensuring everything is in good working order, including the plumbing. Before leasing your building or a home to tenants, it’s your responsibility to make sure the hot water heater,

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