<<< SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 2015 on KOGO AM 600 >>> San Diego has the ninth worst hard water in the country. Scott from Black Mountain Plumbing joins us on The Approved Home Pro Show to explain what hard water damage can do to your home, and what you can do to help alleviate the problem.
The holidays brought housefuls of people to your home - and often plumbing problems. Now it's time to fix those plumbing woes. By taking stock in a few key tools and tips and gaining some basic plumbing knowledge, you can save a few of those already tight, post-holiday dollars.
<<< MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2014 on SAN DIEGO LIVING >>> With a house full of guests this holiday season, your kitchen sink could be facing a lot of use - potentially leading to plumbing issues. Approved Home Pro Black Mountain Plumbing tells us how to avoid those costly emergency visits from a plumber
To avoid causing serious blockage in your kitchen sink, these are the top 10 items not to put in your garbage disposal:
<<< SATURDAY, OCTOER 18, 2014 on KOGO AM 600 >>> Did you know your garbage disposal works too well for your pipes? Don't use having a garbage disposal as a license to throw just anything down your drain. Quality Rooter & Plumbing shares the worst things to put down a drain - and many of them might surprise you.
Plumbing issues don't have to be scary. Learn what maintenance you can do to save money in the long run with these tips from Grove Plumbing.
<< FRIDAY, AUG. 1, 2014 on SAN DIEGO LIVING >> Eric Peterson from Quality Rooter & Plumbing joined The Home Pro Show on San Diego Living to help you avoid flushing your money down the drain when it comes to hiring a plumber. Watch out for upselling and commissioned salesmen with these tips from Eric.
For many fathers, something broken around the house is an opportunity snap into action and save the day. Read our infographic for other seemingly easy tasks that fathers shouldn't do!
Tip from Gregg Cantor: The optimal water pressure in your home is 80 PSI. In San Diego, water pressure fluctuates dependent on the time of day and can exceed 100 PSI...