Ice Maker FAQ

July 6, 2017

It’s lemonade season. Sun-soaked summer days mean fun outside as well and the need for cool drinks. Your ice maker this time of year is relied upon daily. Why is my ice maker not producing any ice? If your ice maker is not making ice, there could be several causes. The most common cause is frozen water in the line.... View Article ⇒


Expanding Your Shower – Tips

December 30, 2016

Most Americans shower daily. When you add it up, you’ll see you’re spending a lot of time spent in an enclosed space so you might as well be comfortable. Unfortunately, home shower stalls are often three by five feet or smaller. Most are barely large enough for an adult to spread out their arms. A bigger shower would allow you... View Article ⇒


Strengthen Your Water Heater

November 3, 2016

Prolong Your Water Heaters Life with an Inspection Your water heater is one of the main devices in your homes comfort system. It supplies hot water for use in the dishwasher, washing machine, sinks and showers. Other than your HVAC system, it also uses the most energy. Given its importance, the stakes are high when it comes to keeping your... View Article ⇒


Preparing Your Pool for Fall and Winter

October 5, 2016

It’s time for pool owners to think about winterizing. Unless you live in one of the United States warmer climates, if you haven’t already, you’ll likely be taking your last dip in the pool shortly. There’s no one-size-fits-all procedure for winterizing your pool. The pool design and accessories, as well as the climate and location, will affect the steps you... View Article ⇒


Tips for Remodeling your Bathroom

May 6, 2016

Spring is the busiest time of the year for remodeling your home. People are coming out of hibernation with the warmer weather and are ready to change their surroundings. The bathroom is a practical area to renovate first, and it’s one of the best ways to improve your home’s resale value. Are you considering remodeling your bathroom? Read the following... View Article ⇒


8 Essential Plumbing Tools You Shouldn’t Live Without

February 22, 2016

Plumbing tools are good to have on hand when a sink clogs or a toilet overflows on the weekends, holidays or before a dinner party. For big problems, such as a burst pipe, shut off your water and contact Eastern Plumbing. DIY plumbing requires not only the proper skills, but also the right equipment, to ensure the project is done well.... View Article ⇒


5 Home Plumbing Myths That Cost You Money

September 21, 2015

Are you a new homeowner or someone learning how to maintain your home plumbing system? There are many myths surrounding home plumbing, all of which can lead to costly repair to systems and pipes. Before you take your mother’s advice and go the “DIY” route, read below for some of the top myths of home plumbing you’ll want to avoid.... View Article ⇒


Drip…Drip…Drip…

August 14, 2015

Your faucets act as a dam for water entering your home, the water is under pressure, therefore a watertight seal is necessary to hold back the incoming water until you are ready to use it. A dripping faucet is generally a sign that this seal or another component is worn and needs to be replaced. According to the U.S. Geological... View Article ⇒


Seasonal Plumbing Tips for Spring

June 10, 2015

Spring is here, which means it’s time for “spring cleaning” for your home’s pipe and drainage systems. Eastern Plumbing offers you these quick and simple tips to protect your home against seasonal plumbing problems. Kitchen/Bathrooms Check faucets for drips or leaks. Make repairs to save water. Check toilets for hidden leaks. Add six drops of food coloring to the toilet... View Article ⇒


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