As a plumbing company, a lot of the jobs we go to have experienced water damage from a burst pipe or backed-up drain. Lucky for us, we have a sister company, Icon Property Rescue, that is able to handle all the clean-up after we’ve done the plumbing. Plumbing and restoration work hand and [...]Read more 10 Best Restoration Conventions in 2020
Whether you own a plumbing business or aspire to one day, plumbing trade shows help you stay up to date with the greatest trends and technology in the industry. Creating a better customer experience through new tools, supplies, and networking with others will give you a leg up on the [...]Read more Best Plumbing Trade Shows in 2020
In our latest YouTube series, we introduce to you our very own Scientist Sam! In the video below, she explains the science behind why certain materials of plumbing pipe are more susceptible to freezing and bursting and which one is least likely to flood your home. Copper, PEX, and CPVC are the [...]Read more Water Damage Due to Frozen Pipes: Which Pipe is Best For Your Home?
By: Samantha Green No matter how hard you try to avoid it, hair is inevitably going to end up down your shower drain. Long hair, don’t care until you’re standing in a pool of water that just won’t drain. Or even worse, your shower drain begins backing up – talk about an [...]Read more 5 Ways To Clean Hair Out Of Your Shower Drain
In our society, it has become the norm to follow the “traditional” path to be considered successful. We’ve all heard it before, “go to high school, go to college, graduate and get a real job.” But, is college truly the only option after high school? By the [...]Read more Why Chose A Skilled Trade Career Path
Smelling sewage gas inside your home is never a good sign and is almost always related to a plumbing problem. Residential plumbing systems are designed to direct naturally-occurring hydrogen sulfide up out of the building through a vent system. When gases that are supposed to go out are coming [...]Read more Why Do I Smell Sewage In My Home?
Your main sewer line is the plumbing line that channels the waste from toilets, tubs, and sinks out of your home, toward the main sewer under the street in front of your home. Sewer lines connect to your city’s plumbing system, but unfortunately you, as a homeowner, are mainly responsible [...]Read more Camera Line Inspection: Find Out What’s Wrong With Your Sewer Line
By: Kameron Hensley Avoid major headaches (and repair bills) with one very affordable exterior update. In the midwest, the cold begins creeping in around this time of year. Nights and early mornings have potential to dip into the 30 degree range and if you aren’t careful this can damage [...]Read more How to Winterize Outdoor Spigots
By: Samantha Green We often only think of first responders as firefighters, policemen, or ambulance drivers. But what happens when you have a home emergency? Who do you call then? Waking up to water up to your ankles from a burst pipe is something you want taken care of right away. While most [...]Read more Life as an Emergency Plumber
By: Samantha Green No one seems to know about their sump pump until they’re standing in three inches of water in their basement. Most people talk about sump pumps after a heavy storm or flood and that’s because sump pumps redirect water away from your home. Read on to learn [...]Read more Everything You Need to Know About Sump Pumps