When it comes to your home’s plumbing, autumn is a time to clean up after summer. Here are a few fall plumbing tips that will make the transition easier.
We’re all familiar with the cliche of a dog drinking out of the toilet. There are numerous ways that plumbing and pet safety go hand in hand.
If you have a leaking garden hose, then some of that water may be entering into your house and causing damage. And that’s no way to finish summer.
As wet spring weather shifts into the dryer, hot summer, you may not be thinking that summer plumbing problems will be a problem for another couple months.
But what if the flooded is a result of your sump pump failing? What if you do not have a sump pump battery backup? Does your insurance cover that scenario? That’s when the sump pump insurance rider is necessary.
Over time, backflow assemblies and devices have parts that can break down and wear out. At Kellermeier Plumbing, we provide conveniently scheduled backflow testing to ensure that your drinking water is safe from contamination.
March always means the start of spring weather in West Michigan. Warmer-than-average temperatures in West Michigan bring about rainy conditions that can stress your home’s plumbing and drainage systems. As they say, in like a lion out like a lamb, and this...
Hot morning showers are one of the greatest conveniences of living in the 21st century. You don’t even have to open your eyes. Your water heater is a marvel of modern manufacturing, but its lifetime is limited. But what happens if you experience water heater failure?
As we enter a new year, looking ahead, budgeting, and planning the year’s projects are time-consuming winter activities, especially when you want to accomplish a big project – like planning a kitchen remodel.
Yes, there are tasks a homeowner who knows his or her way around a screwdriver and wrench can and should be able to handle. A plumbing DIY con could end in catastrophe.