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Do Your Drains Need to be Cleaned?

Do Your Drains Need to be Cleaned?

Having clogged drains can be a major inconvenience in your Springfield, IL home. From the kitchen and bathroom to the basement, your drainage system ensures waste is removed quickly and water flows smoothly. Dirty pipes can lead to clogged drains and foul odors....
Helpful Tips for Dealing With a Leaky Faucet

Helpful Tips for Dealing With a Leaky Faucet

Did you know that, according to the EPA, water leaks in homes waste over a trillion gallons of water every year? A leaky faucet is often the culprit when it comes to a water leak, and they can be extremely bothersome not just because of their cost, but also because of...
Should I Repair or Replace my Water Heater?

Should I Repair or Replace my Water Heater?

Like most people, you probably don’t think about your water heater very often. It might only come to mind if your showers aren’t as hot as they used to be or if you’ve noticed a puddle of water near your unit. While water heater repair is viable in...
How We Find and Fix Leaks

How We Find and Fix Leaks

One or more leaks can wreak havoc on a home in Springfield, IL quickly and unexpectedly. It often isn’t until the damage is done that it’s discovered. Responding to a leak promptly helps prevent further destruction from occurring. It saves money, too,...
How to Keep Your Home’s Plumbing In Good Condition

How to Keep Your Home’s Plumbing In Good Condition

Like most of us, no doubt you take it for granted that every time you turn on the faucet, clean water will flow, and each time you flush the toilet, the waste will disappear. These two miracles of human ingenuity were designed to make our lives more convenient. And...
Plumbing Upgrades That Help You Save Water

Plumbing Upgrades That Help You Save Water

Looking for ways to improve your conservation efforts? Save water! The average family in Jacksonville spends around $1,100 on water each year. The right plumbing upgrades, however, can cut those expenses by more than a third. Since conservation reduces the demand for...