As we continue to monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, we want our customers to know that we are taking this very seriously and pledge to continue serving you during these times. We are still open and our #1 priority is the health and safety of our staff and customers.
Here are some of the initial measures we are taking for the well-being of our customers and community:
-Our Team Members will not shake your hand and will...
This may not seem like a big deal to a lot of people, but shower heads can get pretty gross over time. Minerals and hard water stains build up over the years, eventually clogging water ports and making your water flow weak or unbalanced.
Don't worry, though. There's a pretty easy way you can clean your shower head and have it working like new again.
Spring is right around the corner, so you’re probably getting ready to start your spring cleaning! If so, don’t forget about your pipes! Your plumbing system is one of the most important parts of your home, so you need to be sure that it’s working properly at all times. Whether you experienced any trouble during the winter season or not, spring can be just as damaging and unpredictable.
Winter can cause some problems with your plumbing system. Hoses and pipes may develop cracks and cause them to leak. Drains can get clogged. Before problems escalate, it is best to check your plumbing in the spring and get it ready for spring rains and the rest of the seasons.
Here are spring plumbing tips so you’ll know what problems to look for and identify the areas where most plumbing problems occur during winter.
April showers bring May flowers and the onset of spring, and since it's March, it's coming close for "spring cleaning." Clear Drain Plumbing offers these maintenance tips to protect your home against plumbing problems:
Check faucets for drips or leaks.
Ensure that all drains have strainers to prevent hair, soap and debris from clogging the drain lines.
Check toilets for hidden leaks.
Inspect tank and...
A shower faucet handle isn't something we think about most of the time. After time, though, some problems can arise that require your attention. When first installed the shower faucet will work great and you can turn it on and off with no problems. Through use, and the mineral deposits found in water, especially if your water is particularly hard, a build up can occur within the shower faucet handle causing it to get stuck.