March 27th, 2023
So, you’ve thought about it and it’s time to set up a well pump on your property. You’ve done the proper research and discovered that there’s plenty of groundwater to be used in multiple locations on your residential property. What next? Do you grab the shovel and more extensive digging equipment and get to work creating your new well pump in Yelm, WA?
Well, no. We’re not even going to try to entertain the idea that a regular homeowner could set up a well pump without some serious ramifications. We appreciate the enthusiasm, but we’d like to avoid some disaster scenarios, including you accidentally hurting yourself in the process.
The equipment required to perform this task can be heavy-duty and might end up causing problems if they’re not operated by a professional.
March 13th, 2023
It would probably ask for repairs! That’s at least what we would tell a homeowner who might be experiencing problems right now. Water heaters can last a decade or more, depending on the type of water heating system we’re talking about. But in most cases, they’ll need to be fixed once or twice throughout their lifespan. This is usually the case with most home appliances.
However, pinpointing when your water heater needs repair is the tricky part of the equation. Is your water heater fine? Is it encountering a malfunction and requires water heater repair in Puyallup, WA? Or perhaps it’s on its way out? These are vital questions that need answers, especially when your budget is on the line.
Your water heater can’t tell you the answer to those questions, but if it could, here’s what it would probably say depending on the certain problem you’re experiencing.
February 27th, 2023
You’ve likely heard the term “reverse osmosis” outside of this blog. Perhaps you’re familiar with the term “osmosis” from your high school chemistry days, or even from a college course many years ago. It’s true, osmosis is a very important scientific concept, but it’s one that can be easily understood with a little bit of dissection. And, in terms of water purification, reverse osmosis is a game changer.
Back in the day, before reverse osmosis systems in Rochester, WA were a thing, we relied on old-fashioned filters and boiling our water. Many homes across the country didn’t have water free from contaminants. Biological contaminants were much more commonly found in water sources, and people either didn’t drink their home’s water, or they got sick continuously from doing so. Now, with the advancement of a reverse osmosis filtration system, the way we think about water systems has begun to change for the following reasons.
February 13th, 2023
Attention all stressed-out homeowners and home workers! If you’ve been wondering how you might be able to deal with the limited access to water at your next building site or situation, then we’ve got you covered. Temporary water service is a type of service where we provide potable, drinkable water for customers when they don’t have access to a main water line. This can happen anywhere, from campsites to event venues, and even to homes being built or worked on. Water is a necessity, and you need someone who can provide it for you.
The problem with temporary water services isn’t their cost or their ability. They’re affordable when done by professionals. But the tricky part is finding the people who desperately need this access to water and informing them about the ways temporary water services in Olympia, WA can help. So, let’s do that today! Keep reading to learn more about how this service can benefit you.
January 30th, 2023
The more you do your research into plumbing equipment, the more confusing everything gets, right? It’s not by design: real plumbing work is more like a science than a business. In order to fully bring water to your home, you’ll need both a well pump, several other components, and a pump control box that is in charge of the speed and output of the water that’s stored in your pump.
Today, we’d like to talk a bit about how a well pump works and why you might want to call our team for specialized service. This is way more complicated than just digging a well in the old days. If you want enough water to run when you turn on the faucet or shower in your home, then you’re going to want a high-tech system that can easily measure the output and ability of your well pump. With us, your well pump controller in Olympia, WA will be in great shape for the future.
January 16th, 2023
One of the products that our team installs and services is reverse osmosis water purification systems. They’re basically a type of water filter designed to weed out any unwanted contaminants from your water source. Since water is a liquid, and a very special liquid scientifically, it’s important to use filtering methods that are designed to deal with water-borne contaminants.
Well, reverse osmosis systems in Olympia, WA are as state-of-the-art as they can get. They’re effective, efficient, and need very little maintenance over a long period of time. They use the simple scientific process of osmosis and turns it into a system that can help keep your family safe and your water clean.
If you’ve ever wondered what the best method of water filtration might be, and whether it’s right for your home, then we advise you to read this blog and decide for yourself!
January 2nd, 2023
The winter is in full swing and even if it doesn’t feel like it, we’re about to get a lot of ice and snow. That might be a bummer for some folks, but for many of us, that’s the way we like our wintertime! You can take the kids out to the park to enjoy some time building snow people, bake some cookies, and enjoy a warm cup of cocoa near the fire. It’s the coziest time of year!
However, with that ice and snow comes issues when we do experience one of the warmer days of the year. You can probably remember a 60-degree winter day in recent years, where all of the snow and ice that just accumulated melts and turns into water in what seems like a blink of an eye. All of a sudden, the installation and servicing of a sump pump in Olympia, WA sounds like an important thing to invest in, right?
December 19th, 2022
As we’ve mentioned previously in blog posts, our team does real estate water inspections at an affordable cost. This is used most of the time to make sure that a well water system is in good shape, or to ensure that the quality of a new building’s water supply isn’t contaminated. But the truth is that it can do much more than that.
The housing market is still hot which means homeowners are looking for ways to skip any and all inspections if they can to sweeten the deal to the seller. While this might sound like a good tool for getting a quick purchase, it’s not going to help you in the long run. In fact, if you suspect that your new home requires a real estate water inspection in Olympia, WA, then you’re almost always going to be better off either skipping the purchase or investing in a water inspection performed by a professional.
December 5th, 2022
So, you’ve decided that come next spring you’re finally going to build that deck, garden, or fence you’ve always dreamed of. More power to you! DIY lawn projects are some of the most enticing things about living on property that you own. Essentially, the world is what you make it, and we commend anyone willing to learn about these kinds of projects and execute them with precision.
However, as your local plumber and water-source experts, we need to talk about a few issues that people run into with this kind of work. If you’re not careful, you could rupture your main water line, burst a hole in your sewer, and even strike an electrical line. There are a few things that you should always do before you start this kind of work, and as always, call our team for plumbing services in Olympia, WA. We do everything by the book!
November 21st, 2022
For many homeowners, well water is the only option when it comes to having access to clean, affordable water. Other people might be able to use their city’s municipal water lines, but even that comes with a price. For some of our customers, it’s just more affordable and makes more sense to have a well drilled on your property, especially if you know that there’s adequate clean water to be used.
The problem is that over time, without proper professional attention and maintenance, a well can run into some serious issues that can make a homeowner’s life a lot more difficult. Things like leaks, pressure problems, and contaminants can cause your life to get stuck without the right professional to handle the repairs.
Well, you’re in luck! Our team provides handy well pump repairs in Olympia, WA so that you can get back to your normal life while we take care of the problem for you.