1. Commerical Plumbing vs. Residential Plumbing Services

    Most of us only call a plumber when we’re in a pinch. The toilet is overflowing on the brand-new floor, or it’s freezing cold and the hot water has suddenly stopped working. So we pick the first name that comes up on Google and dial the number. But not all plumbers are created equal. While the principles underlying the art and science of plumbing are universal, the devil is in the detail. The …Read More

  2. Plumbing Maintenance Tips for 2016

    Maybe you didn’t make a formal New Year’s resolution to take better care of your home’s plumbing this year, but by keeping in mind a few tips you may be able to avoid expensive plumbing bills in 2016. These simple suggestions will save you money, improve efficiency, and reduce energy consumption. The kitchen is where many plumbing issues begin. Fortunately, it is also one of the easiest plac…Read More

  3. 4 Foods That Can Clog Your Drain

    With the holiday season rapidly approaching, chances are that you will be busier than ever with organizing holiday parties and entertaining far traveled guests. In the crazy rush surrounding these events, you may not pay much attention to your plumbing situation. And why would you? As long as everything is working, this isn’t something we tend to think about. However, you should be conscious abo…Read More

  4. Tips For Avoiding Electric Shock While Drain Cleaning

    Proper safety procedures must be followed before any maintenance work is performed on a home. However, despite the best efforts of the homeowners and plumbing repair technicians, things can be overlooked that create dangerous situations for those involved. When working around water, these dangers (and particularly the risk of electric shock) are amplified. Here are a few tips to avoiding unpleasan…Read More

  5. El Niño is Coming – Clean Out Your Storm Drains!

    California is not generally known as a place that gets a lot of rain, but this year’s El Niño could be about to change all that. Current predictions suggest that the climatic event could be the strongest ever in 2015. Is your home prepared? In this article, we discuss what steps you should be taking in the buildup to El Niño. Fix any leaks It’s imperative that you fix any current leaks in yo…Read More

  6. DIY or Hire a Professional Plumber?

    In this day and age, many of us are striving for self-sufficiency. When we get a problem, we want to fix it ourselves. Plumbing is no exception. Resolving plumbing problems yourself can be both satisfying and economical, but it can also lead to disaster if you do things wrong. Which situations are best left to the professionals? In this article, we discuss a few common scenarios of when you should…Read More

  7. Clogged Toilet?

    Knowing how to effectively fix a blocked toilet is an important life skill. In this article, we share some tips on how to deal with a clogged toilet. Be Prepared with the Right Equipment To effectively unclog a toilet, you are probably aware that you will need a plunger. But not just any plunger will do! You should buy a flange plumber which is specifically made for unblocking toilets. Don’t Kee…Read More

  8. The Qualities to Look for in a Good Plumber

    It can be hard to find professional plumbers in Los Angeles that are both reliable and affordable. How can you tell the competent providers from the rest? In this article, we share the qualities to look for when you need to hire a plumber. Transparent pricing When it comes to plumbing, the last thing you need is to pay more for a slow job. You should always opt for fixed pricing over hourly rates,…Read More

  9. Garbage Disposal 101

    There are many benefits to having a garbage disposal. The main purpose is to make cleaning your dishes faster and easier. However, one of the most common assumptions is, “I have a garbage disposal; I can throw whatever I want down the sink.” As plumbers in Los Angeles, we have seen just about everything get stuck in a garbage disposal. In order to keep your garbage disposal running smoothly he…Read More

  10. 3 Plumbing Tricks for Saving Water and Money

    As California continues to deal with a drought and the potential for much higher water costs in the future, it’s time to consider how you can save money with upgrades to your home now. Here are three tricks Los Angeles plumbers can help you with that will keep your water usage down and your utility bills low in the coming years. Dual-Flush Toilets Even when you are limiting the amount of water u…Read More