Texas recently suffered a devastating weather event caused by single-digit temperatures.
Along with the recent winter storm and prolonged freezing temperatures came a deluge of plumbing disasters.
The holidays are just around the corner, and whether or not you’re hosting the holidays in your home, the last thing you want to worry about is a plumbing problem.
When selecting a new water heating system for your home, it can be helpful to take your household needs into account.
Summertime means increased activity and increased traffic in your home. This leads to more flushes of the toilet, more loads of clothes to wash and more dishes to clean.
If you live in or near San Antonio, you’re already aware this area has hard water, some of the hardest water in the nation, actually.
Many factors may contribute to a higher-than-usual water bill, but if the situation goes unchecked, you may be facing costly repairs as well.
Maybe you’ve come across them at your local hardware store, or perhaps a friend started telling you about the cost savings and compact size of their new tankless water heater.
A question our plumbers often get from homeowners is around water heater maintenance.
Part of enjoying the convenience of modern plumbing in your home means that, inevitably, you will experience a plumbing emergency.