International Day of Peace - How Your Plumbing is Saving You September 21st marks “International Peace Day,” an official day created by the United Nations in 1984 where all nations can come together and commit to their shared interest in World Peace. Most global tensions stem from the competitive need for energy resources and food supply. A unifying concern of the world is access to clean water, and how climate change is affecting our ability to acquire it. Most people are unaware of how … [Read more...]
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In order to avoid clogs, people should not flush things that toilets weren’t designed for. But even with the right care, clogs can still occasionally happen. Here's how to clear them.
Dripping faucets are a problem that most homeowners deal with at some point. This is an issue that can arise at any time and in any faucet throughout your home. Do you know how to deal with this?
Knowing how to find the right plumber for hire for any plumbing job, whether routine or emergency, is incredibly important. This keeps the home and property safe and in good working condition.
“New year, new you.” Isn’t that the phrase? The start of a new year is an exciting time for everyone. It’s a chance to start fresh and even learn some new plumbing tips for home.
Plumbing issues can be a pain in the neck, but you may be tempted to put off repairs as long as possible. This is not the smartest move, and get ready to see why.
Breast cancer can often be a lifelong, devastating diagnosis, affecting not just the person afflicted but their family and friends as well. This is why it's important to bring awareness to it.
Let’s Go Back to School: Our Plumbing 101 Guide to the Basics It’s August and that means it’s back to school time for many of us with kids. This month we’re going to “school” those homeowners out there that are tired of their home’s plumbing being a misunderstood mystery. We may not be able to answer all your questions or make you a master plumber, but we can give you the basics of how the water gets into your house, how it’s controlled, and finally how it makes its way out of your home … [Read more...]
Tips For Enjoying Clean Water This July It’s summer. That means trips to the beach, picnics, fun times with friends and cooling down with a refreshing beverage. There’s nothing like a cold glass of lemonade to beat the heat – but what you might not realize is that the taste of your lemonade all depends on the quality of your water. If you have hard water in your home, it may be affecting your summer experience in more ways than you think. This post will talk about some ways to handle … [Read more...]
Improving Your Water Bill and the World Every day you’re probably bombarded with messages about how to improve your life, be happy, make money, and save the world. Although we can’t promise to do all of these things on a grand scale, we can still help you out on these issues. Today we’re going to help you find if there are water leaks in your home or water-wasting elements in your life. Addressing these issues will help you to save money on your water bill, have more peace of mind, and … [Read more...]
Why Celebrate Your Favorite Trees this Month? It seems like there’s a national holiday for just about everything, but we’ve recently discovered one that’s definitely worth celebrating. Have you heard about Love a Tree Day yet? Trees make our lives better and help us live longer, so who wouldn’t want to celebrate them? Without trees, we wouldn’t have clean air to breathe and fresh water to drink. Since we were young, our teachers have been telling us that trees clean the air. The way they … [Read more...]
The Inside Scoop On Removing Hard Water Stains In today’s corporate world, a majority of businesses are most concerned with keeping industry secrets to keep clients dependent and needy. Here at Allore’s Plumbing Services LLC, we don’t play by the rules of most businesses. We’re here to give you the truth and nothing but the truth and give you the rundown on hard water stains -- how to clean them and how to AVOID them! What Is Hard Water? Hard water is a result of built-up minerals such … [Read more...]
Spring Season Troubles With Your Well Pump There are relaxing afternoon showers, the flowers are filling the fields with color, and the weather is just right for a day tending to the yard. But how healthy is your well pump? Numerous things could have gone unnoticed in the winter, and making sure your well pump is up to the new usage this season is key. In the even yours needs repairs or replacement, there’s a lot to consider. Namely, what pump you need or have in your home! If you’re not … [Read more...]
Tips to Help You Avoid Clogged Pipes As President's Day approaches, we can't help but think about what a day in the life of a President must be like. Their days are filled with decision making, but the nights are filled with entertaining and serving the world's leaders over dinner. With so much to do it's easy to skip over essentials, like proper kitchen etiquette and maintenance tips. Whether you're a world leader, you're entertaining one, or you're just throwing a dinner party at home, … [Read more...]
Obvious Signs of Hard Water Have you thought about your home’s water lately? Specifically, have you thought about how hard or soft your water is? Chances are, you haven’t. Most people don’t even realize what hard water is--they hear the term and think that it’s odd because water is a liquid and can’t physically be hard. However, this assumption is somewhat incorrect. Although water can’t be hard like a rock or wood is, it can contain traces of minerals that build up over time and can … [Read more...]
Finding The Best Well Pump For Your Home You understand that turning a light switch on and off will make the lights do the same; that flushing a toilet will move waste to your sewer lines; to get water, all you must do is turn on the faucet. These are all simple premises that have complex underlying workings. In the case of your home’s water, there is likely a well pump that is responsible for bringing water to your home. We’re going to take a quick look at some of the market’s … [Read more...]