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Plumbing Basics

Plumbing problems can happen in any home, at any time. Want to learn how to handle some basic plumbing repairs yourself? This section offers tips for basic plumbing maintenance and repairs around the house.

Plumbing In Your Home

Much like an automobile, the plumbing system in your home requires regular maintenance and upkeep. Our preventative plumbing maintenance tips are easy for anyone to follow and it can save you a lot of money by preventing the need for large repairs, it can also improve the efficiency of your pipes and faucets resulting in a decrease of consumption. Click on the following links to learn how to fix uneven showerhead spray in the bathroom, what to do if your garbage disposer stops working in the kitchen, or water heater life-span prevention in the basement: Learn More

  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Basement
  • Laundry
  • Outside
  • Leaky Faucet
  • Clogged Drain

Instructional Videos

Our instructional video center is a great resource for viewing several maintenance tips that can ultimately save you time and money. Our comprehensive videos offer tips from experienced technicians on a variety of plumbing needs ranging from creating a safer bathroom environment to fixing garbage disposers, minor sink clogs, leaky toilets, and more. We even have a video that discusses technology advances in tank-less water heaters and water/money saving devices. If your plumbing issue requires immediate attention, our 24-hour emergency service is only a phone call away.

Conservation Tips

Did you know that toilets consume more than 40% of your total water usage, setting your water heater temperature too high can be costly, and replacing old shower heads can save up to 7.5 gallons of water per minute? Conserving water will decrease pollution and save you money. There are several simple things that you can do to conserve water that won't affect your life-style. Learn More

Frequently Asked Questions

We have taken our most common FAQ and in over 20 different categories and come up with simple answers in an easy to read format to provide our customers with quick access to important information. Whether you are considering a faucet repair or having problems with clogged toilets, check our FAQ page to find answers to your questions. Learn More

Seasonal Tips

Did you know that you can prepare for plumbing issues based on seasons of the year? Spring time can bring unpleasant odors through the drains, fall is the time to prevent frozen pipes, and in the winter, certain types of holiday food can cause drain clogs. Following our seasonal tips can protect you from an expensive headache. Learn More

Ask the Plumber

Are you still unable to find an answer to your question after visiting our FAQ page? Have no fear, Ray VinZant is here. Ray is our master plumber, he has over 25 years of professional plumbing experience, teaches plumbing at the college level, and holds several plumbing licenses. Simply put, if Ray can't answer your question, we doubt anyone could. Click on the link and fill out the questionnaire form and Ray will get back to you within 24 hours.

Plumbing Glossary

Not familiar with our plumber lingo? Our glossary provides detailed descriptions of plumbing vocabulary and various plumbing services. Find term definitions easily from our alphabetical list. If you find that you need some more clarity, feel free to contact our expert plumber, Ray, under our "Ask The Plumber" link. Learn More

Rite-a-way Blog

Our blogs provide readers with interesting, easy to read articles. Blog posts address many topics including the questions such as the following:

- My faucet won't stop dripping, how do I fix it?

- How can I avoid frozen pipes this winter?

- Is it true that millions of people using the bathroom during Super Bowl halftime shows, cause sewer damage?

- How do I know when I should call a professional plumber versus fixing it myself?

Fun Facts

Plumbing is our life, we love it! In fact, we love it so much that we have put together this section to demonstrate the fun side of plumbing. You will want to check out our fun facts is you would like to more know about the history of toilets and toilet paper, what redneck plumbing looks like, or even funny objects that our plumbers have found inside of pipes they have cleaned. Impress your friends with your new found knowledge of useless plumbing facts. Learn More.