Historical Hotel Pipes Need ePIPE® Solution Historic hotel pipes exist within the walls of some of the most beautiful and treasured buildings in our country. In order to maintain the integrity of these historical structures, building maintenance and facilities managers have a two-fold responsibility when it comes to preserving them. Age wreaks havoc in galvanized… Read more about ePipe® Breathes Longevity Into Historic Hotel Pipes
As any home or business ages, so does it’s plumbing, but ePIPE plumbing restoration provides a way to keep it working better than new, even when we’re talking about a multi-family multi-story tower. To talk about that, we interviewed Gary Gould with TDT Plumbing, specialists in re-piping and pipe restoration. HUD Project Podcast ePIPE Plumbing… Read more about Is ePIPE Plumbing Restoration right for every size project?
No one is thankful for a clogged disposal or drain. Clogged disposal or sink drain on Thanksgiving is nothing more than a headache. What you put down your disposal matters. Here’s the scoop for those homeowners who want to keep drains clear during the holidays. Pipes will appreciate the thoughtfulness on Thanksgiving, and so will… Read more about Prevent Clogged Disposal During Thanksgiving Dinner
The PEX Versus Copper Pipe Plumbing Repair Dilemma PEX versus copper pipe are commonly compared plumbing materials. A situation every homeowner dreads is the thought of dealing with pipe leaks or pinhole leaks of any sort. Plumbing repairs are the last thing anyone wants to deal with. One of the most important factors to consider… Read more about PEX Versus Copper Pipe: Which is Better?
“Lead is more common than anybody probably wants to admit,” says Gary Gould with TDT Plumbing, the first LeadSmart certified plumbing company in Texas. “It’s in about everything, and nowadays people do not want it in their drinking water.” Testing for lead in your water requires specialized techniques to get an accurate reading. Listen to… Read more about LeadSmart: know what’s in your water pipes
Plumbing Pipe Repair in a Mid-Century Modern Home Plumbing pipe repair headaches happen in older homes with deferred maintenance. A currently sought after, popular home design is Mid-Century Modern architecture. These homes were built in the 1930’s to the 1960’s. With open and expansive floor plans and floor to ceiling glass windows, they are a… Read more about Mid-Century Modern Home Plumbing Pipe Repair Options
Watch a Cured In Place Pipe Repair save a homeowner needless trenching to repair a sewer line in this video from HomeShow Radio.