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Garbage Disposal 101

When it comes to your garbage disposal, there are definitely some things you should and should not do! While there is some debate about what is appropriate for your disposal, here are some tips and tricks from a plumber in Savannah to keep yours squeaky clean and...

Never Put These Things Down The Drain

One of the biggest and easiest mistakes a person could make that has the potential to create a real emergency plumbing situation is to put something down a drain that doesn’t belong there. Our Savannah plumbing services are here to help in the event of a catastrophe,...

What’s That Smell in the Bathroom

There is a smell in the bathroom and it seems to be coming from the drains. It is a sewage odor that could be a sign of something more sinister like blockage. Sewer line blockage is one of the most common plumbing problems. Stop Using the Sewer With awareness you...

Signs to Replace Your Water Heater

Don’t wait to replace your water heater until it breaks. The water heater is an appliance that too often is taken for granted. As long as it gives you hot water when you need it, it must be working fine. Right? Not so fast. What you might not realize until that time...

Preventing Common Plumbing Problems

As your home ages, you might find you are frequently calling the plumber. In some locations, such as along the coast of South Carolina and Georgia, the presence of a low water table and hard water can accelerate specific plumbing problems. Lines can become corroded...

Avoiding a Plumbing Disaster When Renovating

So, you're planning on renovating your kitchen or bathroom. Your plan is to do it yourself. That is great. Renovating a kitchen or bathroom can help increase the value of your home. By doing the work yourself, you could save quite a bit of money. Or you could be...

The Puzzle of a Mystery Leak

There are many signs to indicate a possible water leak. Unfortunately, not all the signs are visible. Frequently, the actual location of a damaged water line is elusive. Also called a mystery leak, it’s not so easy finding where it is coming from. In fact, it’s like...

Feeling the Luck O’ the Irish? High Priority Plumbing Wants to Know

Are you following High Priority Plumbing on Facebook? If you are, you might have noticed the fun and engaging contests. Leading up to St. Patrick’s Day, the latest contest is a challenge to guess the amount of gold coins in a bowl. The caption is, “Feeling the Luck O'...

Common Mistakes that Can Damage Your Toilet

The toilet is one of the fixtures in your home that seems like it is indestructible. While it can last for decades, it can also be damaged. Depending on the extent of the damage, it might need to be replaced. Here are some common mistakes you should avoid to prevent...

The Do’s and Don’ts of DIY Plumbing

Do you have some plumbing projects that you think you can handle on your own? Before you tackle them, beware that plumbing mishaps can quickly turn a do-it-yourself (DIY) project into a major headache. Besides having the potential for mishaps to skyrocket costs, you...

Signs It’s Time to Update Your Plumbing

Is it time to update your plumbing? Nothing lasts forever and that includes your plumbing. When it breaks, it can be a catastrophe with water flowing everywhere, no hot or cold water, and a lot of stress. But that doesn’t mean you should live in fear. There are signs...

Qualities of an Emergency Plumber

When there is a plumbing emergency, not just any plumber will do. Emergencies are complex and unpredictable. They require more than a quick fix. In fact, a quick fix often makes matters worse. Having the right qualities when choosing an emergency plumber is critical...

The Holidays and Your Garbage Disposal

The holiday weekend is fast approaching and you have so much to do. While you and your helpers are in the kitchen preparing meals, be careful what you put down the garbage disposal. There are many foods that can damage it. Don’t put these in the garbage disposal...

Plumbing Tips for the Holidays

Are you having a busy holiday season? Soon guests will be arriving and you’ll need to be ready to entertain. While you might be thinking about cleaning, shopping and holiday parties, don’t forget about the plumbing! Holidays bring guests and that can put extra stress...

Avoid Overwhelming Your Plumbing this Holiday Season

With the holiday season in full swing and people coming to visit for a social gathering or as an overnight guest, your plumbing will be stressed from usage. To avoid overwhelming it, we have tips to get you through the holiday season. 10 Plumbing Tips for the Holidays...