Category Archives: Chicago

Every pump can get clogged!

Often times plumbers out there believe that “one pump fits all”. This couldn’t be further from the truth. When trying to decide on the sump or ejector pump that will make the most sense for you, you have to answer several questions? … Continue reading

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Why do homeowners NOT use legitimate Plumbing Business’?

The answer probably seems obvious.  Plumbing companies have the potential to be far too expensive. I agree that professional plumbing work can be very expensive, but for legitimate licensed plumbing contracting companies like ours, we do everything within our power … Continue reading

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The importance of water heater maintenance for your safety

Most people think that you have a water heater installed and then you just forget about it. Although you could almost get away with that in the past, you will get yourself in trouble if you try that now. The … Continue reading

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Health Risks Associated with Home Renovations: How to Avoid Exposure by: Brian Turner

Health Risks Associated with Home Renovations: How to Avoid Exposure Renovating a home can be an exciting venture for any homeowner, but there may be hidden dangers lurking around the corner. Asbestos, lead, and mold are all serious issues that … Continue reading

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Fix a Leak Week

Next week is national Fix a Leak week. Be on the look out for ways you can save water and money with daily hints on how you can fix your own leaks and even avoid new ones.

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Chicago City Street Swallows Car

Recently, a car drove into a sinkhole that was 14’ x14’ and 12 feet deep.  Fortunately, the driver did not sustain life-threatening injuries, however, his car did. The results of this mishap could have been dramatically different, though, had the … Continue reading

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