Tuesday, February, 2nd, 2016 at 8:27 pm by Neerings
Winter wreaks havoc on homes in a number of ways, but one of the most common (and typically avoidable!) disasters is frozen pipes. Pipes that freeze and burst can cause significant damage, and the repairs can cost thousands. Fortunately, preventing frozen pipes is a lot easier than dealing with the aftermath. How to Prevent Your Pipes from Freezing When your pipes freeze, even if they don’t burst, you’re immediately cut off from the water you [Read More...]
Wednesday, January, 27th, 2016 at 7:04 pm by Neerings
Though certainly unpleasant, an overflowing toilet isn’t an uncommon problem, and this nasty problem seems to always happen at the worst possible time. On a positive note, though, an overflowing toilet is usually something that you can fix yourself without the help of a plumber – as long as you don’t mind doing some dirty work. If you’re in need of toilet repair, here’s what you need to do: Turn Off the Water Turning off [Read More...]
Wednesday, January, 20th, 2016 at 6:52 pm by Neerings
Your water heater could break down any minute. Do you know what signs to watch out for? Conventional storage-tank water heaters are made to last for 10 to 13 years, but that isn’t the only reason to consider replacing your water heater. First off, here are a few signs of water heater problems that you should never ignore, especially if your heater is reaching the end of its lifespan: Water won’t get hot. Water gets [Read More...]
Wednesday, January, 13th, 2016 at 8:19 pm by Neerings
Whether it’s an overflowing toilet or a sluggish sink, a clogged drain can really slow down your drain. A clogged drain is, unfortunately, something that just about everyone will have to deal with at one time or another. The good news, though, is that there are ways to deal with clogs on your own. Read on to learn what you can do the next time you’re facing a clogged drain. DIY Drain Cleaning First and [Read More...]
Friday, November, 2nd, 2012 at 11:21 pm by Neerings
The KDC Filtration System was developed to be used in conjunction with a water softener or as an alternative stand-alone Whole House Filtration System. The KDC uses a four-stage filtration process to remove and reduce a large number of contaminants and Heavy Metals. It is also a De-Scaler and Anti-Bacterial Filter assuring clean filtered water throughout your house.
Friday, October, 26th, 2012 at 11:21 pm by Neerings
The Premier water filtration has all the benefits of the Pro eXstream system plus an exclusive dual resin technology that not only softens the water but also reduces chlorine, nitrates and a variety of others substances to bring you clean, soft, great tasting water throughout the home. Size your Premier system using the same sizing charts as the Pro eXstream systems to ensure proper sizing to plumbing codes and application demands.