Month: October 2015
Cape Coral Water/Sewer Hookup
Posted By The Eco Plumbers 30 Oct. 2015 Cape Coral’s new water and sewer hookup has been a long time coming. Since the project was passed in 2013, the area has been working to move the project forward, and now area residents are slowly but surely getting hooked up to the lines. Here’s what you
Signs You Need a Water Softener in Your Home
osted By The Eco Plumbers 28 Oct. 2015 Water hardness varies from location to location, depending on the water source. Hardness refers to the concentration of minerals in the water, and it can affect municipal water supplies and well water. Unfortunately, when water is too hard or too soft, it can start to wreak havoc
Why Does My Home Have Low Water Pressure?
Posted By The Eco Plumbers 21 Oct. 2015 Discovering low water pressure in a tub, shower, or kitchen sink is frustrating. You turn on the tap and realize it’s going to take you twice as long to wash your hair or rinse the dirty dishes. Sometimes, it’s a community water flow problem, but there are
Most Common Plumbing Mistakes Homeowners Make
Posted By The Eco Plumbers 14 Oct. 2015 Moving into a new home is always exciting, but often requires plenty of work. Plumbing is one key area in which homeowners shouldn’t cut corners. Plumbing mistakes are common, but many of them are easily avoided. Our tips will help keep your plumbing in great shape so
Fall Plumbing Prep Guide: Get Your Plumbing Ready for the Cold
Posted By The Eco Plumbers 7 Oct. 2015 Fall is upon us, and many of us are busy unpacking warmer clothes, sending the kids off to school, and bracing ourselves for winter heating bills. Are you ready? You may have started raking leaves and doing yard maintenance already, but what about getting your house ready?
Eco Plumbers Wears Pink for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Posted By The Eco Plumbers 5 Oct. 2015 October marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and each year, the Eco Plumbers team wears pink through the month of October to show our support for the cause and to help spread awareness about early detection and prevention. This year, the cause hits a little closer to