Plumbing Articles

What Is the Difference Between a Lift Station and a Pump Station?

November 30, 2022
Image of sewer access panel. What Is the Difference Between a Lift Station and a Pump Station?

Lift stations and pump stations are both critical to your commercial plumbing needs. They fulfill similar functions. But there’s a fundamental difference—pump stations move water, while lift stations move sewage.

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What Are Signs That My Business Needs Plumbing Service?

March 14, 2022

Although the same plumbing problem can affect both a single-family home and a commercial property, it generally impacts more persons in a business setting. Commercial enterprises serve a range of clients and employees and must comply with health, occupational, and safety standards. Businesses can lose customers and possibly inventory over unsafe, unhealthy, and annoying water problems.

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Sump Pump Failure

February 20, 2019
flooded home in austin.

Sump pumps are the silent heroes of basements, and homes in general. Without any hoopla, they quietly protect your home from flooding, and living in Austin, Texas you know basement flooding can happen quite easily. It only takes that one major rainfall or ice storm to foil your sump pump’s success rate. Our professional plumbers…

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Do I Need a Plumbing Inspection?

January 24, 2019
plumbing inspection.

Gurgle, gurgle. Hiss. If you immediately recognize these sounds from any plumbing in your Austin, TX, home, it could indicate you’re in need of a home plumbing inspection. The whole idea of a plumbing inspection is to head off any potential big plumbing issues in your home––to avert a disaster or needed insurance claim. But…

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5 Plumbing Problems That You Shouldn’t Ignore

January 18, 2019
Leaking Pipe.

Plumbing issues have a nasty way of getting progressively worse and more expensive as they’re left unfixed. Water is a powerful chemical, and it always finds a way to where it wants to go. Avoiding a repair is like adding fuel to a fire (except water is the opposite of fire; if only there was…

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