Learn How to Tell If Your Pipes Are Damaged

Certain water-temperature effects may be red flags regarding problems in your household plumbing. The hot- and cold-water systems in your house are designed to convey water at consistent, predictable temperatures. If you’re noticing poor temperature control or...

5 Steps to Prevent Frozen Pipes This Winter

The winter season has a lot of great things going for it, but the fear of frozen pipes definitely isn’t one of them. If a pipe bursts in your home, it can cause a lot of damage and cost a great deal of money. We’re here to help you prevent that with five...

How to Recognize Backflow

Installing backflow-prevention devices helps ensure your home’s water supply stays sanitary and safe for human consumption — even if the unforeseen happens. Backflow occurs when water pressure in the municipal system drops precipitously, reversing the normal flow....

Home Water Hardness & Its Impact on Plumbing

The Indianapolis region has water hardness levels that reach well into the classification for very hard water. As a consequence, Indianapolis homeowners face slow water flow, easily clogged sinks and reduced appliance life. Any water that has more than 180 parts per...