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What That Plumbing Noise is Telling You

It is late at night and you go to the bathroom and flush. You hear a loud noise from your plumbing system. It’s an old system and the plumbing noise sounds like a hammer. You’ve heard it many times before but this time is different. Suddenly the water pipe to the...

How to Keep Your Drains Flowing

Have you ever taken a shower and found yourself standing in a puddle of water? Or have you washed your hands and found the sink wouldn’t drain? Clogs occur when there is a problem with drainage. They are one of the biggest plumbing problems with sewers. To keep your...

Avoid Plumbing Problems with Fall Preparations

Burst pipes, no hot water or skyrocketing costs on your water bill are all plumbing problems that can happen after the onset of winter weather. The good news is that winter weather along the coastal areas of Georgia and South Carolina is mild. Although you may not get...

Why Your Garbage Disposal Keeps Breaking

Garbage disposals are a great luxury in your kitchen. Much of your food wastes can easily be disposed of without having a stinky trash can. But even though they are convenient for disposing of food waste, they are not trash compactors. If your garbage disposal keeps...

Maintaining Your Water Heater

Your water heater is one of the most reliable appliances in your home. Like most everything, if you want it to keep providing hot water for years to come it requires maintenance. The good news is that maintenance is easy and inexpensive. At High Priority Plumbing, we...

Plumbing Repairs that Increase Your Home Value

If you plan to put your home on the market in the near future, you might benefit by doing plumbing repairs. You want to put your best foot forward when selling your home. That means making the best impression to potential homebuyers. Repairs help to give the...

Types of Water Heaters

Are you ready to replace your water heater? Your first thought may be to replace your existing one with a similar type. But wait! This is an investment that will affect your water usage for the next 10 to 12 years. That is about how long a conventional storage unit...

How to Reduce Your Water Usage This Summer

Parts of the southeast are in a drought and water conservation has been a hot topic for years. Besides being more environmentally friendly, when you reduce your water usage you could save money. When looking for ways to reduce, consider upgrading appliances to...

When Little Plumbing Problems Cause Big Damage

Do you have a small, dripping faucet or a toilet that periodically runs? These may seem like small problems that can be fixed anytime. Most common plumbing problems require few tools and basic knowledge to repair. However, little plumbing problems can have bigger...

How to Spot a Water Leak

You may know a person who had a water leak that stained the walls, flooded the house, and caused mildew and mold problems. It’s the type of plumbing disaster that you fear. Wouldn’t it be nice if you were able to spot a water leak before it ruined your house? The...

Not All Plumbers are Equal

When you have a line leak repair, need a water heater replaced, or want to call a plumber for another problem, how do you decide which one to contact? A Google search comes up with listings of plumbers, but that does not mean that each and every one of them will give...

Your Health and Quality Plumbing

Plumbing is an important part of life. You rely on clean water to drink, cook, bathe, wash clothes, and clean. Whether your potable water comes from a public water system or a well, the pipes that transport it can affect the quality. Then there is the importance of...

Don’t Flush It Down the Toilet

Kids seem to have an infatuation with flushing toys down the toilet. We don’t know why, but they do. You could be sitting in your easy chair watching the television with the young toddler when all of a sudden he takes the toy and runs to the bathroom. He is quick and...

5 Tips to Keep Your Plumbing System Efficient

You could have the best quality appliances and fixtures in your kitchen, bathroom, or laundry room, but you might still find yourself calling the plumber. That is because over time your plumbing system could become inefficient. Regular maintenance is the best...

Don’t Pour That Down the Drain

Drains have helped improve human health with removing sewage for centuries and it might seem convenient to get rid of some wastes by pouring them down the drain. But drains and the sewer treatment plants that eventually process the wastes are not designed to handle...