Is Your Water Bill Becoming a Burden? It’s Time to Check for Leaks

Have you noticed that the amount you’re paying your local water authority has been increasing lately? Before you get too worked up about it, check your bill carefully against previous bills. You need to see if the amount you’re paying per gallon or pound is different, or the amount of water you’re using is different.…

Focus on Storm Drains: Limiting Water Pollution in Our Communities

When the rain or snow falls, all of that water has to go somewhere, and that somewhere is storm drains. These systems are made up of miles of large pipes winding their way through intricate patterns underneath our streets. Most highways and country roads have a storm drain system as well, although it’s not usually large pipes underground like the ones located within cities. Most storm drain systems, whether they are the underground piping systems or the gullies and culverts found near roadways, funnel the water into local streams and rivers. From the streams and rivers, the water makes its way into lakes or oceans.

Who Said All Plumbing Requires Water? Waterless Urinals Can Save You Time and Money

We have previously discussed automatic plumbing devices such as toilets and urinals that flush themselves, as well as faucets, soap caddies, and paper towel dispensers that distribute their wares on demand when a waiting hand is waved below them.  Plumbing automation has evolved a little more in just the last ten years or so. Will Your Business…

Trenchless Water Lines: Repairing Your Pipes Without Destroying Your Lawn

Repairing Or Replacing Water Pipes Without Digging Up The Yard Over the past couple of months we’ve discussed insurance policies on your outdoor water pipes, and whether or not they were worth the money. We also discussed trenchless sewer pipe repair or replacement. Today we’ll discuss repairing or replacing your existing water pipe without digging up your property.…