Increased water usage negatively affects your plumbing, budget and the environment – so follow our helpful indoor water conservation tips!
These prevention, maintenance and troubleshooting tips can help you keep your kitchen sink drain and garbage disposal operational.
Maintain the operation, efficiency and usability of your bathroom plumbing fixtures by referencing this handy maintenance checklist.
Completing inspections and fall plumbing maintenance tasks can improve the efficiency of your plumbing systems and prevent potential problems.
With minor proactive maintenance periodically performed by yourself or a trusted plumber, you can improve your water heater’s efficiency and extend its lifespan. Follow these three tips to keep your water heater, whether tank-type or tankless, in the best working condition possible.
In anticipation of summer rain, you may want to have your sump pump serviced and upgraded for added protection and capacity. A battery back-up sump pump is your last fail-safe to preventing catastrophic flooding and water damage to your home. It is an effective and viable (but short-term) back-up solution to preventing flooding in your home while a plumber fixes or replaces the primary pump.
It is well known that most people like to save money on home repairs. But it’s important to know which plumbing issues require a professional plumber, one with the technical training, skills and experience to diagnose and repair the problem. Here are some common issues homeowners tend to experience, and why you should leave the repairs to the professionals.
Sometimes our customers experience a bit of sticker shock around the cost of installing a new gas water heater. To the consumer, it appears as a basic piece of machinery: a tank of water, a connection to an incoming water source, a connection to the main hot water line and a connection to the existing gas line. Take the old unit out, pop the new unit in and go have a nice hot shower.
You’ve just discovered a large puddle of water next to the water heater in your basement. You are understandably alarmed and scour your local listings for a plumber to put things right. Naturally, you are also concerned about the cost of doing business. How can you ensure that your plumbing bill is fair?
We like to assume an uninterrupted, endless supply of hot water in our homes, but eventually all water heaters wear out and must be replaced. Your local big box home improvement store will sell you a replacement and will offer the services of an independent contractor to install it. However, Atlas Home Services strongly recommends that you call a local plumbing company to select and install your new unit instead. Read on to learn why.