What To Do If Your Pipes Freeze

If you open a tap and water doesn’t come out, or if you flush a toilet and it doesn’t refill, chances are you have a frozen pipe. Fortunately, you can still take measures to prevent or minimize damage. Turn off your water: If you suspect you have a frozen pipe, your very first course of action […]

Attic Leaks/Attic Mold

An attic can be a breeding ground for mold due to many reasons such as over insulating, poor ventilation, lack of circulation, exhausts from bathrooms being vented into the attic and roof leaks.  Too often when a home owner gets a leak from their roof, they address the leak, but overlook the damage it causes. […]

Preventing Water Damage

One of the most disheartening experiences is to find flooding or extreme water damage to your treasured home. Just a little time and some effort can prevent a lot of heartache and hassle.  Here’s a few tips that can help to avoid potential water damage in your home: Make sure your water pressure is not […]

The Winter Prep

Christmas is almost here and before you know it, we all may be shoveling snow out of our walkways.  In fact, this Saturday the Delaware Valley may get one to three inches of snow with temperatures dropping to twenty seven degrees on Friday.  With that being said, prepping your home is vital to avoid potential […]

Plumbing Issues – Part 3

Running Toilet This is a very common and annoying plumbing problem that can quickly cost you money. Luckily a running toilet is also easy to fix on your own. Toilets typically run when the flapper valve that lets water pass from the tank to the bowl no longer fits properly, the float is imbalanced or the […]